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It’s by far Prague’s most stunning bridge. Each afternoon, painters and hot-dog vendors fight for space with all the tourists who wish to get the best views of the Vlatva River. If you go at dawn, you will beat the crowds and enjoy a beautiful sunrise.
2. Petrin Hill
If you’re looking for some fresh air, catch the funicular railway from Ujezd to the top of the Petrin Hill (300 m), which is one of Prague's greenest spaces. There you will find wonderful gardens, a miniature version of the Eiffel Tower, and the Church of St. Michael (a 17th century wooden building relocated here from the Ukraine).
In the evening, you should visit Zizkov, a former industrial suburb and currently the epicentre of Prague’s exciting nightlife. There are more than 300 bars around the area, enough to cater for everyone’s taste. Vist Zizkov Tower and Zizkov Hill for the views
Housed underground in a 1950s bunker, this nightclub is like nothing you have seen before.The venue offers avant-garde electro-pop and industrial tracks, courtesy of some of the city’s top DJs. An absolute must if you’re into this type of music.
5. David Cerny’s Public Sculptures
The country’s most famous sculptor is well-known for both amusing and offending the public at the same time. There are many of his sculptures around the city, like Brownnosers, outside of the Futura Gallery, Babies, crawling up the Zizkov TV Tower and Pis*, just outside of the Franz Kafka museum or the Kafka rotating head now located at Narodni Trida/Quadrio center.