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Lovely hidden bar. They don't serve food, but have, probably the best beer in Czech Republic - Primator (Imperial if you want a strong reddish beer). Incredible quiet place in the heart of the old town. Also, the prices are more than reasonable.
It is not the coffee is exceptional (it is very good though) or the cake is amazingly delicious (still good) but the place makes you feel amazing and calm and is located in the centre of Prague. The owner and only working staff there is...very friendly and welcoming and you really forget where you are - still amazed how silent it was there. You can see also other guests which came with the same objective - to escape from rushy center and have your coffee/ beer in extremely friendly place.
There are some books you can borrow (e.g. Guide about prague ;-) and some boarding games.More
Cafe/bar is attached to the prague siesta apartment hotel. Very friendly, helpful manager (Radek) , great locally brewed beers and super service. Just the place after visiting old town square if you want to avoid the tourist melee and the high prices on the areas...on the square!More
I felt in love with this place. If you are looking for a hideaway to chill out right next to the Old Town Square you just found it. Light, refreshing beer, good vibes, service with a smile provide by Radek plus double the enjoyment if...you couple it with a stay at the Prague Siesta Apartments!!! Great place to visit and stay, will definitely be coming back. Great value is also a plus!!!More
We stopped at the Tynska 9 cafe seeking a quiet beer before checking into our apartment with siesta apartments. The cafe is close to everything yet nice and peaceful away from busy streets.
The welcome was great from Radek and the beer is superb made...locally at a small brewery close by at Vinohradsky Pivovar.
Really friendly and quiet, and the beer is one of the best I have tasted in prague. Must stop!
We found this place with my friend by walking around in the city, and we came back again! It's hidden in a lovely tiny street. The bartender welcomes you with a big smile, the seats are comfy, you can charge your phone and it is...definitely the best place to enjoy a Radler, this strange but delicious czech mix of beer and sprite !More
I stayed at the Prague siesta apartments during my trip so I had to visit the cafe downstairs. The man at the counter was super friendly and accommodating. The beer was fresh and service was superb. I couldn't ask for a better place to relax...and enjoy Prague.
If your looking for a more than fair priced get away from the busy Prague center look no further. The customer service is the best in Prague maybe even Europe. Michael and Redek will go above and beyond to make sure your vist is enjoyable....The beer is from a local brewery and in my opinion the best in town. (Trust me I tried a lot). I promise you you will not regret checking out this cozy courtyard cafe!More
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Stare Mesto (Old Town)
One of the oldest neighborhoods in town represents the medieval heart of Prague. It’s no surprise it is bustling with tourists every time of day. Križovnický square, overlooking Charles Bridge with Prague Castle in the background, is probably the most beautiful square in the city. Its unique historical atmosphere of gothic houses and churches, cobblestone streets and squares, and stone towers blend together with the
modern era. A vast array of bars, restaurants, dance clubs, international brand shops, galleries and hotels bring life to the old city. With its charming and picturesque cobblestone streets, the nightlife and parties will surely be unforgettable.