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Prague Zoo: Home to 5,033 animals of 694 species, which are spread into several different habitats, like the elephant valley, the gorilla pavilion, and the African savannah.
Kampa Island: One of the most charming islands nestled along the Vltava river, Kampa Island is also a prime spot for seeing the famous sculptures by Czech artist David Černy. The Kampa Park, for instance, houses three giant metal crawling babies, which are also one of Prague’s most photographed installations. There, also visit the Museum Kampa — a modern art gallery that houses works by prolific artists of the 20th-century — and the John Lennon wall, dedicated to the famous Beatles’ singer.
Petrin Hill: Aside from being a great park for children to freely play around, the area is home to the Petřín Lookout Tower, which resembles a mini Eiffel Tower, and offers the most scenic views of the city.
Events & Festivals
Bohemian Carnevale (January): This bustling festival fills the city's streets with colorful parades, masked marchers, and allegorical carriages!
Czech Beer Festival (May): Beer enthusiasts will have a memorable time at the Czech Beer Festival, almost as popular as the Oktoberfest.
Marthy’s Kitchen: Try their famous Palačinky, delicate Czech pancakes that are especially popular at the local Christmas Markets.
Lokál: For a homemade typical meal accompanied by a cup of artisanal beer go to Lokál, located just off of Old Town Square.
Café Louvre: Another must-try Czech specialty is Svíčková, a thinly sliced beef covered in a carrot-based gravy. One of the best Svíčková in Prague is served at Café Louvre near the National Theater.