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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
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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Villa Rothmayer

Villa Rothmayer is one of the modern architecture gems from the 20th century. Two-storey house was built by architect Otto Rothmayer (1892-1966) for his family between 1928-1929. Inspiration arising from the Mediterranean style, which architect Josip Plečnik propagated in our lands, reflects in the design of Rothmayer’s villa. The villa has been completely renovated and is now open to the public.

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Villa Rothmayer
Manifesto

Manifesto

Tucked into an unlikely intersection of central Prague — set partially under a highway, between a bus terminal and train station — exists a new frontier of Prague’s steadily diversifying culinary scene. Specialities from renowned chefs, awesome restaurants and products from amazing designers at one venue. Taste quality street food which offer is changed according to season; high-quality food, treats, great coffee and Czech beer from local microbreweries.

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Vítkov

Vítkov Hill, with its densely interwoven network of walking trails, offers a unique view of almost the entire city. The area has undergone major improvements since 1929 when the National Monument was built here. The whole park still exudes an atmosphere of the 1930s, dominated by a bronze equestrian statue of Jan Žižka, one of the ten largest equestrian statues in the world.

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Vítkov
format.coffee

format.coffee

A fairly new espresso bar opened just a stone throw from Letenske square. It happens to be a sister place of our beloved mazelab.coffee and therefore We are sure they will serve every single cup the best possible way and will put a smile on your face. It is hip decorated with plenty of plants and delicious coffee smell.

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Artisème

Gorgeous curated Czech design – modern home décor and handmade design store. It is a bit hidden right behind the John Lennon wall with its exquisite and lush little garden. Their goal is to make art and design as normal a part of our lives as, say, music or food.

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Artisème
Church of the Most Sacred Heart of Our Lord

Church of the Most Sacred Heart of Our Lord

At first glance, the most striking feature of this church is the enormous glass clock with a 7.6 m diameter dial on the 42 m high flat tower that spans the entire width of the façade. The design of this distinctive modern building was inspired by old Christian architecture and is the work of the famous Slovenian architect Josip Plečnik. It was built from 1928 to 1932, and evokes Noah’s Ark. An interesting fact about this, the most significant Czech sacral building of the 20th century, is the lack of a pulpit.

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