It only depends on you and your preferences. Historical sights are, of course, an integral part of Prague. But you can also discover and admire local cafes, wine bars, pubs and restaurants. Or you can visit the zoo. The Prague Zoo was founded in 1881. In the first half of the 20th century Alois Svoboda donated land in Troy to build a garden. In the 1930s, the zoo welcomed its first visitors. Since then, it has changed a lot and has been ranked among the top 8 zoos in the world. At the Prague Zoo there are currently 13 pavilions open to the public and 9 outdoor walking through expositions. The garden contributes not only to the protection of endangered animal species but is also a beautiful and pleasant place for a day walk.
You can also take a stroll to Vojanovy sady, Letenské sady, Stromovka, Petřín, Divoká Šárka, Tichý údolí or even to the Botanical Gardens
Prague really brings you countless points of interest. Beer lovers will definitely find their place, too. This has a very long tradition in the Czech Republic. The monks have been brewing beer in Břevnov monastery since 993. In recent years the tradition of smaller breweries has been restored, so you can taste various beers according to traditional recipes in Prague restaurants. For beer lovers there are also prepared a beer spa, where you can not only taste the beer, but you can also take a bath in it.
A list of the best restaurants where you can taste home cooking and international specialties can also be found on our website pragueinone.com