Just steps from Prague’s Old Town Square the Prague Hard Rock Cafe is one of the biggest of its kind in Europe.
This branch of the legendary chain is set inside the handsome V J Rott building, a Neo-Renaissance townhouse with a façade graced by delicate 19th-century frescoes.
A favorite with locals and visitors, queues for the restaurant can be long. So don’t spend precious time waiting in line — your skip-the-line ticket gives you priority access to a table.
Once inside, view the displays of rock ‘n’ roll artifacts — the trademark of the Hard Rock Café brand.
See the guitar-shaped chandelier, a vest worn by Jimi Hendrix and a pair of Elvis Presley’s flared pants, as well as a keyboard owned by Depeche Mode — just a few of the interesting items.
Then, enjoy your choice of menu – the 2-course Gold or 3-course Diamond or Ultimate Menu. See the Itinerary for sample dishes.
Absorb the buzzing atmosphere and wash down your food with an included tea, coffee or soda, and any additional drinks (own expense) from the bar.
Finish at the restaurant shop, perhaps buying some classic Hard Rock Café goodies (own expense) as souvenirs.