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Prague’s gastronomy, nightlife, and shopping offerings have all but tripled in recent years – transforming the Czech capital into a destination visited not only for its historical splendour but as a city break par excellence. Located in a vibrant Prague quarter teeming with restaurants, cafés, galleries and performance spaces, Hotel Josef is a convenient starting point for exploring it all. The Josef Loves blog, updated regularly by our concierge team, reveals insider tips – from the best baristas to the hottest tables in town – exclusively for our guests.

Kantýna

Butchers, chefs and a fire. Place their grilled Czech meat on a tray or buy it to take home. Very popular and buzzing place for the craft! You can also reserve the “Dinner From the Butcher”. The butcher, the fire, the chef – the Holy Trinity of Kantýna, who has prepared a culinary experience which promises to leave no one hungry.

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Kantýna
Vyšehrad

Vyšehrad

According to ancient legends, Vyšehrad is the oldest seat of Czech princes; in fact, the local settlement was established in the mid-10 th century. Situated on a rocky promontory above the Vltava River, it offers stunning views of the city, and the park area holds hidden architectural treasures including the rare Romanesque Rotunda of St Martin, the neo-Gothic Church of Sts Peter and Paul, the national cemetery Slavín, and the underground casements housing the some of the original Baroque statues from the Charles Bridge.

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Klementinum

The extensive grounds of the Clementinum, one of the largest building complexes in Europe, were built from the mid-16th century to the mid-18th century, originally as a Jesuit dormitory. In its Astronomical Tower, meteorological measurements have been collected since 1775. The most beautiful hall of the complex is the Baroque Library with beautiful frescoes and historically valuable globes. The Mirror Chapel with its richly designed interior and unique installation of mirrors is a place where classical music concerts take place regularly.

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Klementinum
DOX Gallery

DOX Gallery

A multifunctional space in a former factory building in one of Prague’s trendiest districts. DOX is more than just an exhibition space. Through its exhibitions and presentations of current international and Czech art, it tries to open hot topics for discussion, which is further developed by the accompanying programs, public events, film screenings, interactive workshops and events taking place in its main building and world-famous suspended Gulliver Airship.

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Myšák
Pastry Shop

František Myšák’s Prague confectionery was a First Republic institution considered among the best in Europe. Now the legendary establishment has been revamped with respect to the original look of the café from the 1920s. Offering deluxe breakfasts and classic confectionery, using time-honored recipes.

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Myšák//Pastry Shop

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