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{city list} my Prague list: fine dining and wines bars

January 22, 2016

On my way back to Europe for the next couple of weeks, it is about time that I share with you my favourite spots (coups de coeur) in beautiful Prague where I travelled to for work and leisure from time to time for almost 7 years from 2008 to 2015. I met great people, some of them have become good friends, and I enjoyed eating out with them not just like a tourist.

Another thing I loved was to walk throughout the city and discovering all the hidden passages. My favorite one being the Lucerna passage with the hanging horse. It was just a barely 2 min walk from my hotel. Also very practical when the weather was not nice to reach Wenceslas square (Vaclavské Namesti). Over the years I saw shops closing and new ones reopening. Definitely worth a stroll if not going to the Lucerna cinemas. The passage is lively with lots of food shops, like a wine bottle shop, a French cheese shop and a patisserie among others.

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If you are into The Arts, I would suggest to book an opera performance at the Prague State Opera House so you can see the beauty of the buidling, and go to the Mucha Museum

I used to stay at  The Icon hotel, and from time to time at Fusion Hotel

If you more of a wine person, head to these two wine bars which are my favourites: Monarch  being a bit more casual than Grand Cru

If you are more into cocktails, the rooftop bar at the Hilton will offer you great views: Cloud 9

For breakfast or afternoon tea, try the Café Savoy

For dinner, I went several times to these fining dining places: the food is very nice and the service very good and friendly.

Italian cuisine:  KogoLa Finestra / Grosseto / Aromi / Pasta Fresca

Asian: Noi / Sansho

Indian: K the two brothers

Czech: Mlynec

And a bit of shopping: Lavmi (Czech designer wallpapers and accessories), Apropos (lifestyle, homewares, tableware and linens)

Last but not least, pack up your yoga gear to escape the tourist crowds at the yoga studio Yogame and then enjoy a relaxing moment at the Spa: Planet Zen

Hope you will enjoy my list to plan for your next weekend there with my map below.

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3 Comments

  • Reply Moritz January 22, 2016 at 6:34 pm

    Very nice selection! I really love Prague and the many things you can do in the city. If you are interested, here’s what I really love about Prague: http://traveluxblog.com/prague/

    • Reply Sandrine January 24, 2016 at 9:37 am

      Hi Moritz, thanks! your page is really good too. I know that run…I forgot to mention it in my post actually…!

      • Reply Moritz January 25, 2016 at 5:20 pm

        Thank you 🙂

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