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National Gallery Gift Ticket

If you are an art lover and you are staying in Prague for a longer time, a '''dárková vstupenka''' (gift ticket) for National Gallery may save you money. The ticket is valid for a year and is valid in all exhibitions (both permanent and non-permanent) of National Gallery. Number of visits is not limited. A gift ticket for one person costs 650 Kč, for two persons 1000 Kč. For 240 Kč you can have one-person ticket valid for two days in all "Old Art" exhibitions of National Gallery (Šternberk Palace, Schwarzenberg Palace, St. Anežka Convent), basic entry for these three galleries bought separately would cost you.

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Prague tours center

A free offer for the visitors of Prague: The Prague Tours Centre is offering free connection and charge up of your electric bikes and Segway PT. While connected, the devices are guarded by a supervisor and, in the meantime, you can take walk around Prague, visit a museum or your preferred restaurant. In the Prague Tours Centre the tourists have a possibility of depositing their bikes together with baggage which they do not want to carry or leave in the streets. The Prague Tours Centre also offers facilities for washing your bike or borrowing a complete bike repair kit for free.



Prague City Pass

Free entry to various attractions in Prague within a 30 days period, various 25% discounts, sightseeing tours. Prague Castle – Old Royal Palace with Vladislav Hall, St. George‘s Basilica, Golden Lane with Daliborka Tower, St. Vitus Cathedral. The ticket is valid for 2 days from first entry. Jewish Museum in Prague – Maisel Synagogue, Spanish Synagogue, Pinkas Synagogue, Old Jewish Cemetery, Klausen Synagogue, Ceremonial Hall. The ticket is valid for 7 days from first entry.

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Welcome Card TVCzechia

Grants admission to all the Prague Castle short tour, which normally costs 250 Kč. Many of the town's museums and galleries—including all branches of the National Gallery and the National Museum—are also included, and over four days you can easily see 3 times the card's value. As such, this is an excellent choice if you're planning on visiting a lot of museums. The only major attraction that is not included is the Old New Synagogue and Jewish Museum.

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Jewish Museum

This covers six separate places (four synagogues, the Old Jewish Cemetery and the Memorial Hall) but does not include the Old-New Synagogue, although entrance tickets can either include or exclude the last named. The Old-New Synagogue is expensive in relation to the museum but in view of its age, it's worth including it. The Memorial Hall is particularly moving with exhibits of the writings of children in death camps.

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Prague Card

Available for 2, 3 or 4 days. Includes free public transport, airport transfer and a city tour. Free entry to Prague Castle - St.Vitus Cathedral, Royal Palace, Golden Lane, St.George's Basilic; Free entry to Jewish Museum - synagogues and famous Old Jewish Cemetery (6 sites). In total free entry to 50 attractions and discounts on over 30 attractions. Free guidebook with information about the attractions in 7 languages

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Running Tours Prague

Activity for those into '''running''' who want to explore the city and stay fit. It shows runners of all abilities around the city's musts while on the run. A traveling runner introduces the best of the Prague to their running shoes and feels just like a local runner. It usually takes 50–120 mins and 7–13km. Your running in Prague is 100 percent customizable as to date, time, pace and distance.

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Czech National Museum

An association of various museums. The main building is at the Wenceslas Square and is dedicated to natural history. Other branches include museums of the Czech composers Dvořák and Smetana, Czech Music Museum, Historical Pharmacy Museum, Prince Lobkovicz' Collection at the Prague Castle, Czech Ethnographical Museum and Naprstek Anthropological Museum.

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We Bike Prague

With We Bike Prague team you can easily discover the city of Prague and the area around. Very good quality bike to rent for you self guided trip in the city and multidays trip trough the countryside. We Bike Prague is also specialized in long distance bike trip. Good bikes, panniers and maps can be rented for your cycling holiday in the Czech Republic.


Czech National Gallery

Its most important collections are in the Sternberg Palace (up to the Baroque), St George Convent (Czech Baroque and Mannerism) and Veletržní Palace. The first two are located near and in the castle respectively. Do not confuse them with the Castle Picture Gallery (see above) which is worth visiting on its own right.

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Jazz Republic

28 října 1, Prague 1 (Old Town). The nearest metro station is Můstek on the A and B lines. Everyday 15:00-0:00. Jazz Republic offers two MacBooks and internet access for free use by guests. Concerts start at 21:00, and the MacBooks are usually taken away by 20:00. Wi-Fi stays on until the place closes at around 1:00.

OTHER   —  +420 224 282 235 —  Map

Palladium

situated directly in the city centre, it's the newest and perhaps most luxurious shopping mall. No cheap options to eat, unless you buy some food in Albert supermarket on the lowest floor (-2). On the top level (+2) are some moderate to expensive restaurants. Tram/metro station Namesti Republiky.


Prague City Gallery

A museum of modern Czech arts divided between several sites most of which are in the old town. Its main building is the House of the Golden Ring at the Old Town Square featuring 20th century Czech art in a beautiful medieval edifice. 19th century Czech art is exhibited at the Troja Castle.

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Metropole Zličín

medium-sized mall with a cinema, hypermarket Interspar, fast foods, huge parking lot and near the metro/bus station Zličín. IKEA nearby. If you are hungry after your flight, take a bus 100 from the airport to Zličín and then just walk few metres to this mall and buy something to eat.

BUY   —  Řevnická 1

Charles Bridge

Connects Old Town with Lesser Town. Its construction started in the 14th century and it is one of Prague's most beautiful structures. During the day, it is a bustling place of trade and entertainment, as musicians busk and artists sell their paintings and jewelry.

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Cryptex Praha

Cryptex Praha is one of the most challenging escape games in Prague. If you want to play, you have to make a reservation in advance on their website and show up on time to play. They offer free game-play for the teams who make it without help and cheating.


Prague City Museum

Has several branches throughout town. An absolute must-see for the incredibly detailed cardboard model of nineteenth century Prague by Anton Langweil. The detail is amazing, even down to the colour of the doorways and the design of the windowsills.


Getaway Prague The real-life escape game

Getaway Prague is located in the center, 100m from Namesti Miru metro station. The game requires good observation skills, logical thinking and good communication among the players. Booking in advance is required and can be made online or via phone.


Treasure Hunt Prague

Treasure Hunt Prague is a dynamic team competition, that makes use of modern technology and GPS-enabled tablets and lets you visit a wide range of Prague's historical monuments in a record time. Suitable for larger groups and companies.

DO   —  +420 542 211 935 —  Map

BIKO Adventures Prague

BIKO offers mountain bike, road bike and outdoor activities off the beaten track in Prague and in the Czech Republic. From easy to advanced. High end bike rental: touring bikes, hardtail and full suspension MTB, road bikes, e-MTB.


Lostrooms

Biggest escape games network in Prague, operating 9 different adventures with unique scenarios. Rooms are available at 3 offices: Žitomirska 38, Mečislavova 18, Korunní 56, Opatovická 18.

DO   —  +420 776 744 406 —  Map

Šestka

new shopping mall just 1 station from the Prague Airport. Very far away from the centre but ideal for last minute shopping before your departure. Take bus 191 from Petřiny metro station.

BUY   —  Fajtlova 1

Centrum Černý Most

a huge shopping mall with hypermarket and cinemas, located slightly further away from the centre at metro station "Černý Most". IKEA and other big shops nearby.

BUY   —  Chlumecká 765/6

OC Nový Smíchov

big shopping mall with 2-floor Tesco hypermarket, a cinema, a number fast food restaurants on the top floor and very close to metro/tram station Anděl.

BUY   —  Plzeňská 8

Blue Mail

Konviktská 8, Praha 1, (Old Town). M-F 10:00-22:00, Sa Su 10:00-23:00. The first five minutes is free and an hour of access will set you back 81 Kč.

OTHER   —  +420 222 521 279 —  Map

Internet Cafe Interlogic

Budějovická 13, Praha 4. 10:00-22:00 daily. 12Mbit/second internet connections, couches and drinks. 1 Kč/min.

OTHER   —  +420 241 734 617 —  Map

OC Chodov

a huge shopping mall with hypermarket located slightly further away from the centre at metro station Chodov.


Prague Flights

Offers sightseeing flights by airplane, helicopter or in hot air balloon and tandem skydiving.

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Atrium Flora

medium-sized shopping mall with IMAX cinema in the top floor. Tram/metro station Flora.


Prague Spring

The most famous classical music festival in Czech republic

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Cruise Prague

Offers a wide range of regular and private cruises.

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JazzBoat

Combines cruising and jazz concerts.

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Veletržní Palace

19th century and modern art.


Club Net Cafe

Drinks and snacks sold


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