Located in Letná Park, this giant metronome was designed by Vratislav Novak and installed in 1991.
National Technical Museum offers a fascinating exhibition full of vintage trains, cars, planes and other temporary technical exhibits.
Make a stop at a recently opened center of contemporary art, architecture and design, both local and international.
Holesovice is a historical market building where you can find small shops selling clothes, fresh and local food, souvenirs as well as shoes.
Veletržní Palác (meaning Trade Fair Palace) houses one of the largest collections of modern and contemporary art in the country.
Bio Oko is a cinema in the Holešovice district of Prague, Czech Republic.
If you are looking for great Asian food in Prague, try this place. You will not regret it!
This location has been a popular destination of hikers since the 19th century. Nowadays you can have lunch here in a restaurant.
Learn about processes and technologies connected to agriculture through permanent exhibitions divided into animal and plant sections.
An alternative market with authentic collections of design, clothing, accessories and also delicacies.