Conveniently located in the picturesque heart of Prague, the Augustine Hotel Prague, the quintessence of Prague’s history, character and beauty is close to the majestic Prague Castle, the Wallenstein Garden, the famous Charles Bridge and within easy reach of the city’s many colourful tourist attractions. For couples looking to celebrate the most important day of their lives, the Augustine Hotel Prague can provide a truly unique experience. The hotel complex, incorporating a functioning monastery, church of St. Thomas, lovingly restored frescoed chambers and courtyard cloisters ringed with greenery, blends a spiritual sense of place with the understated luxury.
Imagine birds chirping, flowers blooming, and the shade of a 300-year-old tree in an eclectic spacious palace garden (1,100m2), all while sitting in the heart of historic Prague in Malá Strana. Sounds like just the memorable place you were looking for? Artisème garden is a perfect place for your special event. Its convenient location in the city center makes it easily accessible for both suppliers and guests, while its secluded character and tranquil atmosphere make it feel like a city escape.
Ratmerice chateau is located direction south, approx. 60 min from Prague. Chateau is surrounded by a lovely park. All kind of ceremonies are available on request. Ceremony can be held outside in the garden, at the church next to the chateau or inside the chateau. The restaurant has capacity of approx. 50 guests, the terrace of the restaurant around 100 guests and chateau hall can accommodate around 120 guests. Ratmerice offers 16 dbl rooms and 6 apartments.
The Palace was originally built in the middle of the 16th century by Jaroslav of Pernstejn & his brother Vratislav, High Chancellor of Bohemia. After the Battle of the White Mountain in 1620, the Lobkowicz family stood at the forefront of Central European politics & culture for the next 300 years. The castle was confiscated by the Communists in 1952 from Prince Maximilian Lobkowicz. Max was a friend and supporter of Thomas Masaryk (President of Czechoslovakia) and his son, Jan Masaryk (Foreign Minister) and became Czechoslovak Ambassador to Great Britain during World War II. The Lobkowicz Palace was returned to the Roudnice Lobkowicz family in 2003 under the restitution laws of 1991.
A Neo-Renaissance building on Slavonic Island, it acquired its present appearance in 1886, and was restored in 1992 – 1994. Traditional place where important social and cultural events are held, provides an exclusive environment for wedding receptions and offers exquisite services. Wedding receptions are held for up to 800 people in Large room, up to 150 people in Small room, up to 80 people in the Lord Mayor’s Parlour, A part of the building is luxury tent with a restaurant and garden. All rooms are air-conditioned.
The Strahov Monastery started its long itinerary through history with establishment of the Premonstratensians, a religious order of canons founded in 1120 by St Norbert as an independent part of the Catholic church. After the Communist regime ended, the abbey was returned to the Premonstratensians in 1989. The Strahov Monastery it is not only an active place of pilgrimage but also a valuable museum and a famous library, still holding an unbelievable number of rare volumes.
St. Vitus’s Cathedral is the largest and the most important church in Prague. Apart from divine services the coronations of Czech kings and queens also took place in it. The remains of provincial patron saints, sovereigns, noblemen and archbishops are interred here. The importance of the cathedral grew especially after the establishment of the Prague bishopric in 973 and the founding of the body of canons – the St. Vitus chapter. The cathedral was solemnly consecrated in 1929. Its interior was subjected to adaptations even in later years.
Vrtbovska garden, a unique architectonic gem, is accessible from Karmelitska street at Lesser Town in Prague. Garden is one of the most important baroque garden of Prague. As part of the Vrtbov Palace, the garden makes for a pleasant spot in which to take a stroll during a tour of Mala Strana. Laid out to the design of Frantisek Maximilian in the early 18th century, garden’s courtyard features a number of fine statues by Matthias Braun, opening out with a Sala Terrena featuring mythological scenes by the renowned Czech Baroque artist V. V. Reiner. This marvellous garden with an unforgettable view from the top levels offers great possibilities for the weddings and cocktails.
Richter Villa (a classicist summerhouse from 1836) is an integral part of the St Wenceslas Vineyard, which dominates the area above the Old Castle Steps. The whole complex of the St Wenceslas Vineyard and Richter Villa is rounded off by a panorama of Prague Castle. Wedding ceremonies either in the vineayrd or at the restaurant are very unique and create and unforgetable atmosphere with an amazing view.
Troja Chateau is a grandiose 17th century affair, complete with French gardens, Baroque sculptures, splendid vaulted ceilings and a wonderfully detailed mural in its Grand Hall. The chateau’s most prominent feature, an overblown external staircase, leads from its main entrance to the formal French gardens below. Inside, the Chateau’s richly decorated interior sets the scene for what is undoubtedly the highlight of any tour – the Grand Hall. Painted from floor to ceiling, the room is a gushing tribute to the Hapsburg Dynasty, with frescoes depicting the triumph of Emperor Leopold I’s forces over the ‘infidel’ Turks.
A place of enjoyment and relaxation at one of the most enchanting places of the city just a minute’s walk from the National Theatre. Žofín Restaurant is located right in the middle of Slovanský ostrov – Vltava river’s alluring island. Stop by to enjoy modern Czech cuisine at the highest level and flair. The quality lies in the composition of the best handpicked products.
Anna Maria Franziska of the Palatinate had this Baroque country house built prior to 1720; it was finished in 1725. Apart from the main hall, the most significant room is the sala terrena underneath. The grottoes on the ground floor have fountains with sculptural decoration in the shape of Hercules, water deities, sea monsters and angels. In 1764 the house was altered in Rococo style and in 1773 further building alterations were made to the house and greenhouse in the garden. During a Neo-Baroque reconstruction the upper floor was raised, and pavilions appeared at the end of the Baroque arcade corridors, as well as a new northern portico. The garden was changed into a landscape park.
The castle is located east of Prague in a small town of less than 1000 inhabitants called Skvorec. The castle in Skvorec first appears in archives in 1279 when the Domoslav began the construction. Wedding ceremonies of all type are available on request. Ceremony can be held outside in garden or at the chapel. Garden can be used for around 150 people, back-up option is inside hall. The luxurious guest rooms offer comfort and style, the design reflects the history of the castle and rooms are furnished with antique furniture alongside contemporary features. 8 double suites are available at the Castle.
Located in the heart of Czech Republic, nearby famous Kutna hora, Villa dom Carli is recently opened, newly renovated venue.Surrounded by beautiful garden, Villa provides privacy for you and your guests. Wedding ceremony can be organised anywhere in the garden or inside at the main hall. Wedding reception - winter garden will have capacity up to 100 people. The Villa provides accommodation for 23 people in very stylish rooms.
Chateau Bon Repos is a magical place surrounded by woods and very near to Prague, which offers complete privacy for your event. Count František Antonín Špork created it as a place to meditate, and aptly named it “Bon Repos”.The peace permeates all the buildings within the complex – the beautiful park and all the buildings that are cultural and historical monuments. The New Zamek, the Old Zamek, the Chinese Pavilion and the Chapel of the Holy Trinity. The current owner has restored these historic buildings to give you a peek back into a history. Ceremonies can be hold anywhere at the chateau. Wedding reception can be at the Chinese pavilion or main bulding, or tent can be placed in the park.
Just a few steps from the Prague castle is located this hidden gem. This beautiful cloister has its own chapel, 2 lovely function halls (one with original wooden ceiling), garden with amazing view to Prague and Petrin hill, terrace and smaller room with perfect view of Prague, ideal for cake cutting. Weddings can be arranged only during the summer months and only us can organise weddings at this unique place.
Spaciousness, luxury, unique atmosphere & a cute attention to detail – this is Panstvi. The very first topographical mention of our site appeared in written sources about 1336under the name given by its then-holders, the Bavarians from Strakonice, Bavorov Lhota. Bavorov Lhota belonged to Pičín estate, which Bavorov has been holding since 1289. During the 17th century the fortress was rebuilt into a Baroque castle. In the 18th century, a French garden was built on the slope behind the castle. Bechyně’s chateau was held with the estate until the end of the 18th century, when they were forced to sell it to the Benedictines at St. Nicholas in the Old Town of Prague.
St. Thomas church was constructed by the Benedictines along with the chapel of St. Dorothy in 1228. In 1285 when Vaclav II was in power, a new Order called Ordo eremitarum sancti Augustini (Order of St. Augustine’s Hermits) settled in the church on the king’s invitation. The biggest reconstruction of the monastery area began in 1550 and was completed during the 30-year war. In the Rudolfine age, the monastery became an important spiritual centre for all catholic members of the empire. During the 18th century, the church and the convent gained the appearance they have today.
The Prague Crossroads, an international spiritual centre, is one of the projects of Dagmar and Václav Havel Foundation VIZE 97, which is also intended to preserve and administer this unique space. Prague Crossroads is located in a long-deconsecrated church, founded by St Wenceslas in 927 A.D. The main inspiration for the creation of the Prague Crossroads came from the former Czech President – the dissident, writer and dramatist Václav Havel. His concept was an evocative venue for all kinds of meetings, where lectures, discussions, concerts, performances, exhibitions, meditation and happenings can take place in a spirit of respect for the multicultural diversity of the modern world.
The splendid 20th century neo-Baroque Boccaccio Ballroom is the meeting place for hosting exclusive events for up to 160 people.The “Boccaccio” marble restaurant hall comes across in a truly fairytale manner, intimate and aristocratic in its Rococo style, with its galleries, boxes and dance floor. What a delightful work of artistic architecture this is with its beautiful stucco and rich decoration of the ceiling presents one with an especially pleasant and unforgettable stay for its visitors thanks to the subdued lighting and discreet melodic music seductively inviting one to dance.
Its original historical interior elegantly combined with modern elements is impressive whether you enter our meeting room with a fireplace or open the door leading into our garden with an area of 1,500 m2. Open air work sessions in the greenery alternate with inspiring events. This location features a quiet lounge, an open space, offices and a bar where daily lunch menus served by our executive chef Pavel Buchwaldek offer an unforgettable experience.
Just steps from the fabled Charles Bridge, this intimate, historic retreat promises a very personal touch with storybook charm and gracious, intuitive service. The venue (hotel and spa) represents the renaissance of a magnificent Baroque landmark, “Dùm u Jeziska” dating from the 16th century and exquisitely transformed with the most modern comforts into a luxury and distinctive hotel that reflects the nobility and charm of historic Prague. If looking for a luxury boutique hotel in the very centre of Prague, this is the place to be. This beautiful pearl and masterpiece is the prominent Prague luxury hotel of choice for many celebrities and discerning travelers.
The luxurious new hotel is superbly situated in the heart of the Mala Strana – the most architecturally beautiful area of Prague. The most distinctive interior came from the Italian designers Rocco Magnoli and Lorenzo Carmellini, best known for their work with fashion legend Gianni Versace. Each floor is dedicated to an important genre of music, such as Opera, Jazz, Contemporary and Classical. Each room then honours of one great artist or composer of that genre, with music, art, and books highlighting their work. Hotel offers 52 deluxe accommodations including 9 suites
The magical appeal of Prague is its historic architecture. True to the ethos of capturing the spirit of the city was carefully restored a 14th century monastery to present to the world another stylish Mandarin Oriental. Guests of Mandarin Oriental can enjoy the rare luxuries of a world class Spa in Prague; developed over two floors on the site of a small Renaissance church. This is the embodiment of serenity. A Baroque dining room is a fitting showcase for their creative approach to cuisine. For wedding reception Grand Ballroom with vaulted ceilings makes unusually atmospheric venue.
This fine neo-Renaissance building was constructed between 1876 and 1884 to the designs of Josef Schulz and Josef Zitek. Originally intended as a concert hall and art gallery, this building was used during the interwar years as the seat of the Czech Parliament. Today building once again fulfils its original purpose, being widely acknowledged as Prague’s premier concert hall. Concerts are held in the Dvorak Hall as part of the Prague Spring Music Festival, while the venue is also the official home of the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra. This neo-renaissance building offers its prestigious space as an exclusive venue for events such as wedding receptions.
The newly renovated Art Deco rooms in Prague’s Slovan House will instantly enchant you with an unforgettable atmosphere and elegance. Since 1797, the building of the Slavic House has been a place of significant social and business activities. The Empire Hall is a unique place to get to the unforgettable atmosphere of the Great Gatsby era. The Empire Hall offers more than 1400 square meters of elegant event space in the historic building of the Slavic House.
Current St. Nicholas church, designed by Kilian Ignaz Dientzenhofer, was completed in 1735. It wasn't until 1901, when the Krenn House was demolished that the Baroque façade was visible from the older square. The white façade is decorated with sculptures made by Antonin Braun. The marvellous interior of the church is inspired by the chapel of St. Louis-des-invalides in Paris. The delicate stucco decoration was executed by Bernardo Spinetti, the frescos were made by Peter Adam the Elder. In 1781, after emperor Jozef II ordoned the closure of all monasteries without a social function, all decoration in the church was removed. From 1870 to 1914, the church was used by the Russian orthodox c
Dobris lies 40 km to the south-west of Prague in the midst of beautiful woodland scenery. Dobris is the town, from where the most famous Czech monarchs used to set out for hunting. It includes a well-known rococo chateau dating from 1745 -1765, which is surrounded by a trimmed French garden and an English park. This extensive chateau was built in the style of French architecture. Historic interiors are equipped with valuable furniture from the rococo and classic period. Representative rooms (are including a mirror hall with rich decorations, a library with family portraits, a new-Renaissance dining room.
We offer something special for mountains lovers. Highest located eco-farm in the Czech Republic, high in the Krkonose mountains (1.350 meters above the see). Cottage is located on the sunny south hilside. Excellent home cuisine, peace, silence and lot of greenery is waiting here for you.
On the banks of the celebrated Vltava River, this hotel interweaves centuries of architecture with highly personalised service and tomorrow’s technology. Karel Ballroom is the largest of the Hotel’s function spaces. The Ballroom is supported by a foyer leading to an outdoor terrace. It offers views of the river, Prague Castle and Charles Bridge. Vltava is a magnificent ballroom, rich in Baroque architecture, and one of the city’s finest gathering spaces. Hotel features three historic buildings – the Classical Building, the Renaissance Building and the Baroque Building – united by the modern Main Building to create one architecturally unique structure.
The luxury Boscolo Prague, Autograph Collection is hosted by a magnificent neo-classical palazzo. Its Neoclassical hall leads to the Inn Ox lounge bar that mirrors the creativity of the designer Adam D. Tihany: a labyrinth of myriad reflections, elegant mazes and seductive sinuosities in crystal and steel. This locale audaciously but elegantly merges classical taste with strong contrasts in a truly unprecedented fashion. Palazzo Carlo IV proposes a wellness centre where time stands still and your relaxation can begin.
Capi Hnizdo is a unique resort ideally suited for weddings as well as a well-deserved rest in the beautiful countryside. Here you will find high-class accommodation, fine cuisine and a range of relaxing, sporting and agri-tourism activities. Located less than 50 km southeast of Prague. Čapí Hnízdo – “the Stork’s Nest” – will surprise you with its variety. Choose fine cuisine, or catch your own fish and cook it over an open fire. You can relax in modern spa, or take a dip in our natural lake. Weddings can be placed outside at vthe lovely lake, on the summer terrace, inside at the barn or the actual Capi hnizdo.
Hluboka castle is situated 11 km from Ceske Budejovice in Hluboka nad Vltavou (approx. 3 hours driving from Prague), surrounded with the beautiful landscape of South Bohemia, a region with eventful history. The town of Hluboka nad Vltavou is famous for its charming Hluboka castle, now beautifully illuminated at night. The castle was built in the second half of the 13th century, originally as a royal Gothic castle. In the late 16th century Hluboka was rebuilt in the Renaissance style and in 1721-28 in the Baroque style. Its today’s Neo-Gothic look dates back to the reconstruction in 1841-1871. Wedding reception an be held at Stekl – a romantic castle hotel that adjoins the castle.
V Polich is a country restaurant, inspired by Czech, Moravian, but also Italian or French countryside. They change menu according to the current offer of fresh ingredients and their inspiration. The wedding reception can host up to 36 people inside and they can prepare a party for up to 120 wedding guests. Penzion serves delicious meals made from fresh, seasonal ingredients from their proven suppliers in highest quality standards. You can also enjoy fruits and herbs grown by the restaurant itself. V Polich is approx. 30 min driving from the city centre.
Park hotel Popovicky is located 22 kilometers from Prague. Wedding cerremony can be arranged in 4 hectares garden with a pond, stream and four pavilions. The hotel restaurant offers Austrian cuisine established a cook from Vienna, world cuisine, baby food and bread from thei own bakery according to old recipes. Restaurant with a magnificent fireplace has 70 seats and a lounge with a closed screen with 50 seats. You can also use the terrace with view on the lake. Or you can sit in a smoke-free lobby cafe, which is a part of the restaurant.
Valtice a small town and amazing chateau in Moravia, approx. 2,5 hours from Prague. It belongs to the Lednice-Valtice area, complex of beautiful nature, historical buildings and of course wine everywhere. Valtice Chateau was the family seat of the Lords of Liechtenstein, Lednice Chateau was their summer residence, which replaced an earlier fort in the early 17th century. Wedding ceremony can be hold in rich decorated chateau chapel, beautiful park or one of the chateau hall. wedding reception can be in representative Dancing hall, largest space of the chateau.
At farma Michael you will be surrounded by the unique architectural style similar to the old settlements in Provence in France. The complex filled with trees, flowers and animals will caress your soul and wonderfully stand out in photographs and make one of the most beautiful days of your life truly excellent. The farm also offers many nooks for beautiful and original wedding photos, whether in a scenic countryside, or with a stylish farmhouses and fortress. The entire premises will be exclusively available to you and your loved ones on your big day. Guests can play golf, tennis, catch fish, the kids can go horse riding – or everyone can just enjoy the fantastic atmosphere and cosines.
After King John of accorded the citizens of Prague the privilege of having their own district council in 1338, they decided to build a Town hall, paid for by a duty levied on wine. The almost 70 meters high tower was completed in 1364. The first clock of the Town hall dates back to the beginning of the 15th century. Clock maker Hanus, who perfectioned the construction in 1490 was – according to the legend – made blind by the city council to prevent him from a more beautiful clock elsewhere. Ceremonies take place at the beautiful ceremony hall, located at 1st floor. The room combines modern design with historical premises.
Chateau St. Havel – wellness hotel – is a totally refurbished neo-gothic castle in Prague, in the mid of an English park with its small idyllic ponds. Hotel is an unique accommodation option in a vasdtle, with great access to the historic and commercial center of the capital of the Czech Republic. Wedding ceremony can be arranged in the chapel or outside anywhere in the park. Wedding reception in the tent with the capacity up to approx. 100 people. The chateau has 29 luxurious rooms equipped with air conditioning and private bathroom with shower or bath.
With a total area of 250 hectares, the Průhonice Park along with Průhonice castle are a Czech National Historic Landmark and a UNESCO World Heritage site. A lime tree alley leads you from Průhonice town square to the main gate decorated with an arc shield. Notice how the inside of the Renaissance gate alters in style to resemble a timbered country house with gables and balconies.
The Loučeň Chateau presents an ideal place to go if you are looking for romantic wedding, Chateau Loucen offers a variety of wedding ceremonies – in the barroque church, where dukes used to get married, outside in the garden or at the chateau rooms. Wedding reception can be on the main terrace with lovely view. Other option is chateau orangerie, which is located close to the chateau terrace. Big hall with glass wall and wooden floor is perfect for bigger wedding receptions for up to 100 people. – restaurant of the chateau.
Šlechtova restaurant is originally the Royal Hall from 1689-1691. The large hall was adorned with frescoes by Jan Jakub Steinfels depicting Apollo, Venus and Cupid, and other legendary scenes. A hundred years later, the building was rebuilt as a garden restaurant by František Antonín Herget, and again in 1855 in the neo-Gothic style by Bernard Grueber. In 1882 the restaurant was rented out by Václav Šlechta (hence the name), who ran it until the outbreak of World War II. His business prospered and it became an unmissable refreshments spot for anyone taking a Sunday stroll. In the postwar period, the “Šlechtovka” became dilapidated, through socialist economic stewardship, and several fires.
The original estate comes from early 19´s. The present owner, the great-granddaughter also borrowed money for the purchase of the second half of the homestead and she wishes the only thing: that people would feel happy there again. A wedding in Na Kmíně brings a total freedom in a stylish,spacious, modern and yet historic family homestead. You can choose from several outdoor and indoor space options. Are you looking for a garden at the farm, a barn with a Capacity up to 400 wedding guests or perhaps a Renaissance church? You will certainly choose the best place exactly according to your ideas.
After entering the castle gates and walking through the beautiful historical front door you walk into the arrival hall, overwhelmed by the spaciousness and beauty. Their ambition is for our all guests to feel fantastic at our resort, to the point they will not want to leave. There are a few option for wedding ceremony incl. English park, castle courtyard, castle interior and Chapel of St. Anna. Wedding reception can be arranged at function room, where the maximum capacity is 70 people at the round tables.
The Stirin Chateau Hotel is situated in the vicinity of an English-style chateau park, which is a golf course at the same time. Wedding ceremonies take place at the Chateau Chapel, the French Garden or in one of the historical halls of the chateau. Reception can be hold in Atis restaurant, Salma´s or Column hall, in one of amazing chateau rooms, chateau restaurant with outdoor terrace or lovely courtyard. In case of nice weather garden party up to 700 people can be organised in the entire facility. In case of bed weather party up to 500 people can be organised in the 3 halls of the Dependance building and Atis house.
Situated in Troja, it was producing wines for our kings, generations after generations. The modern history of the Salabka vineyard began in the years 1953 – 1955. Salabka is known as the largest vineyard in Prague to produce only top quality wine.They produce approximately 10 000 bottles of wine per annum. Wedding ceremonies can be held in the wineyard, on the terrace or inside the building. Reception can be again outside on the terrace, in the restaurant or smaller gorups can use the degustation room. The restaurant was built on the remains of historic barn, keeping the original cellars. The property also offers apartments, respectively named after flavours and wines.
This romantic town is situated on the divide between the Brdy Forests and the Krivoklatsko Protected Landscape Area. In Zbiroh, your attention will be captured by the interesting chateau, which reopened in 2005, after extensive renovations, as a new cultural and social centre. The world-famous painter Alfons Mucha who lived and worked at the Zbiroh Chateau. Amazing Main Hall with the capacity up to 150 people for dinner would be an ideal venue for your reception. Smaller group of people would prefer one of the smaller castle rooms or medieval brewery.
The Church of Mother of God before Týn (in Czech Kostel Matky Bozi pred Tynem, also Tynsky chram), often translated as Church of Our Lady before Tyn, is a dominant feature of the Old Town of Prague, and has been the main church of this part of the city since the 14th century. The church’s towers are 80 m high and topped by four small spires. The early baroque altarpiece has paintings by Karel Skreta from around 1649. The oldest pipe organ in Prague stands inside this church. The organ was built in 1673 by Heinrich Mundt and is one of the most representative 17th-century organs in Europe.
This garden, a unique architectonic gem, is accessible from Karmelitska street at Lesser Town in Prague and along with three other baroque gardens is one of the most important baroque garden of Prague. As part of the Vrtbov Palace, the garden makes for a pleasant spot in which to take a stroll during a tour of Mala Strana. Laid out to the design of Frantisek Maximilian in the early 18th century, garden’s courtyard features a number of fine statues by Matthias Braun, opening out with a Sala Terrena featuring mythological scenes by the renowned Czech Baroque artist V. V. Reiner.
Hotel is nestled in the Lesser Quarter, so very close to the Prague Castle and in the neighbourhood of Ledeburg Gardens. Restaurant offers friendly service and superb dining, International cuisine – French direction, nice selection of wines for very good value. The terrace is located below the castle gardens and has 42 sittings, the restaurant has 34 seats. All the four floors and our 20 rooms offer romantic and magnificent views of Prague, the city of “hundred spires“. Hotel offers seventeen elegantly appointed rooms (5 twin rooms + 12 double rooms) and three luxurious suites each with its own unique design.
Situated in the centre of Prague direct on the Old Town Square opposite the Astronomical Clock, this hotel was opened on the first of January 2001 after complete reconstruction of this twelfth century building. The hotel offers restaurant, famous cocktail bar, saloon, garden on the Old Town Square, also the viewing terrace with its spectacular views of Prague. The hotel offers 15 two-bed rooms, 7 junior suites and 2 luxurious apartments all are well appointed with antique furniture for a more homely atmosphere.
Letensky chateau can give you the ideal place to stage your wedding reception. Restaurant has capacity to seat 100 people with the capability to pre arrange the seating plan to your own specifications. The imposing staircase, seating on the terrace, luxurious salon in the tower overlooking the old town of Prague – this is a restaurant not matched in its class. A jewel among garden restaurants offers waiter service for 300 covers with presidential views of the old town and historical centre of Prague. Thankful of its high turnover of quests it has an exceptional party atmosphere. Terrace is perfect place for your barbeque & garden party.
Venue is Prague’s premiere fine dining establishment. A favorite of local and international celebrities, this upscale restaurant delivers sumptuous gourmet cuisine that includes world-class fish and meat delicacies paired with over 150 types of wines. Dinners can choose between stylish dining rooms or the intimate riverside terrace overlooking Charles Bridge.
Opening in 1991, this restaurant was one of the first private restaurants in Prague. In 1996, Egon Ronay’s Seagram Guide described it as “the best restaurant in Central and Eastern Europe” and in 2001, the Gurman (Gourmet) Guide declared it to be “the best restaurant in Prague”. It has created a firm niche for itself among the most significant restaurants in Prague. There are 2 separated parts of the restaurant – one has capacity of 50 people, the other one, which consists of three separate dining rooms with 34, 16 and 10 seats.
The church Sacre Couer is located in the area of former convent and pension of the ladies of the Heart of Jesus close by to the church of the lord Jesus. Even the most exciting clients to that venue will be surprised by its historical beauty, during wedding receptions, exclusive dinner and social events held there.
Gabriel Loci is a unique place in Prague 5, near the Kinsky Garden. The area of Saint Gabriel Monastery was built in the Neo-Romanesque style. This unique building, created in 1888–1891, features rare artistic decoration in the style of the Beuron Art School. The area includes the Neo-Romanesque Church of the Annunciation with fascinating paintings.
Original area of the French restaurant was, based on architectural design, renovated in the spirit of Czech restaurant, which offers fine Czech cuisine. In the restaurant, which seats up to 120 guests in the inside restaurant and 80 guests in the terraces, you can enjoy traditional Czech dishes. Building of Manes Gallery was built on the site of the former Šítkovské mills in the years 1928 – 1930. This is a functionalist building complex that serves as an exhibition space and a restaurant. The restaurant is decorated with frescoes ceiling made by Emil Filla and the construction itself was financially supported by the president Tomas Garrigue Masaryk.
Lively and stylish restaurant on banks of Prague’s Vltava river that wows with a spectacular view of the Charles Bridge. Locals and visitors come here for creative variations on Czech and international favorites, gourmet salads and the freshest seafood anywhere. With stunning views, a hip atmosphere, and very reasonable prices, there is something for everyone.
In the northeastern corner of Staré Mesto is the former Convent of St Agnes, Prague’s oldest surviving Gothic building, now restored and used by the National Gallery. The first-floor rooms hold the National Gallery’s permanent collection of medieval art from Bohemia and Central Europe. The complex consists mainly of the cloister, a sanctuary and a church in French Gothic style. The graves of St Agnes and of Wenceslas I’s Queen Cunegund are in the Chapel of the Virgin Mary in the Sanctuary of the Holy Saviour. Alongside this is the smaller Church of St Francis, where Wenceslas I is buried. Part of its ruined nave and other rooms have been rebuilt as a chilly concert hall.
The interiors have preserved a number of baroque- and neo-classical style halls, including the notable Theresian Hall with its magnificent ceiling frescoes. Combined with the adjacent Abbey Refectory, Pompeii Room and Reception Room, it offers a wide selection of catering options. n contrast to the baroque adornment of the grand building´s upper floor, the medieval gothic spaces on the ground floor are calming. A number of lounges can be found here, such as Sala Terrena or Benedictine Wine Bar. This can be the place where you can feel the spirit of ancient times during your social gathering or banquet.
The coal mill (Uhelny mlyn) building dates back to the 1930’s. We can see how the coal mills present in evolving technology. Both buildings were built from bricks from the local Fischer brothers construction company, burnt from locally mined clay and are interconnected with the now inoperable underground shaft, which used to transport coal dust. With technological advancements, the previous use for the Úhelný mlýn was lost and it was retired from use and transformed into an storage building for office supplies. The fate of Úhelný mlýn was indefinitely sealed after the floods in 2002. The new age and revival of the building came when projects for its renovation came in 2010.
Considered by many to be the finest example of Art Nouveau architecture in Prague, this building is a triumph of artistic collaboration. Constructed between 1905 and 1911 the house was built to the designs of Osvald Polivka and Antonin Balsanek. The interior, which includes a number of impressive works by the world famous Czech artist Alfons Mucha, is surpassed only by the building’s lavish entrance and exterior façade. Here, the central wrought iron gate and stained glass canopy are complimented by a truly delightful mosaic entitled ‘Homage to Prague’. Building is built around Prague’s biggest concert venue – Smetana Hall, thus providing a wonderful setting for the Prague Spring Festival.
Step inside and you step back a hundred years. Gold & crystal chandeliers hang elegantly from the ceiling and smartly dressed waiters attend competently to their guests. The restaurant is set inside the beautiful Municipal House, one of the finest Art Nouveau buildings in Europe. The restaurant has huge windows facing out onto Republic Square. The high ceilings and fresh flowers spread throughout, give the restaurant a light airy feel. The cuisine is distinctly French, but there are also some good Czech and International options as well.
Restaurant offers the renowned international cuisine of Marek Purkart, the first Czech chef to receive the prestigious Michelin Bibendum award three times.
Aureole Fusion Restaurant & Lounge is located in 120 m above the sea, on 27th floor at Prague City Tower, the highest building in Prague. This unique project offers panoramatical view of Prague, as well as modern and elegant design. Menu is international and asian in the style of Fusion Cuisine. Restaurant has summer terrace, two private rooms and bar, so both ceremony and reception can be arranged there.
The original nature of the surroundings, with their fascinating and unique view of the outline opposite of Vysehrad, Petrin tower and dozens of historic buildings, all these offer our guests a gastronomic experience which is somewhat different from a visit to a typical restaurant. The Bastion Prague restaurant is intended to captivate you not only with its outstanding view of Prague but also with its own pleasant atmosphere. The historic bastion (a projection in a fortification) from which the restaurant is named, was built as part of the construction of the historic southern part of Prague Nove Mesto undertaken by Charles IV in 1348.
Smetana Q is unique space located at the bank of Vltava river. There are three interconnected, painstakingly restored halls, which offer generous space with views of the Prague Castle and the Petřín Hill. The space has total 300 square metres of space, divided into 2 halls and foyer. Gallery is located on 2nd floor.
SOHO was created from a story inspired by the atmosphere of the famous Manhattan district. A cosmopolitan place … Arts district … A variety of colors … A place that never sleeps … Diversity. Enriched by a positive feeling that we can sense in the whole space, SOHO lives this story on all levels. During the last ten years of its journey, it has become a symbol, an artistic pattern, and a motto for our work to come.
The restaurant is located in exquisite spaces on the 7th floor of The Dancing House. From the air-conditioned restaurant a fantastic view can be had of Prague’s skyline including St. Vitus’s Cathedral and the presidential palace. During the summer months guests can take their lunch, dinner or just have a drink with friends. Apart from the beautiful view, restaurant is known for its excellent cuisine.
The convent areal of Prague dominicans is located between Husova, Jilsdka and Jalovcova street, in the same heart of Prague. Original roman church St. Gilles was changed to the chapter by bishops of Prague. After the Prague castle and Vysehrad this was third chapter with a significant meaning.The chapter was consecrated by Archbishop Jan Ocko on May 3rd, 1371, with the presence of King Charles IV. and his wife Eliska. The refectory can be rented for wedding ceremony or reception, with the capacity up to 80 people. Catholic ceremony can be arranged in St. Gilles church.
The Brandejs family, the great-grandfather of the present hotel owner, built the hotel in 1904. Even almost 100 years already passed, the Hotel retains its singular style and beauty of Art Nouveau era. Its unique style, beauty and excellent service have passed on through generations. The restaurant is a masterpiece of architecture. It is named after Sarah Bernhardt, an actress and singer. The interior is classic Art Nouveau: blue cleft mosaic with original lighting fixtures, wooden wainscoting and gilded stuccowork. “Cafe de Paris” resembles the traditional cafés in Paris; it also echoes the Art Nouveau 1920.
The origins of the Stone Bell House date, according to the latest constructional and historical researches, from the second half of the 13th century. The oldest building phase is preserved in the cellars and on the ground floor of the south wing. The second building phase followed in about 1310. The typical house sign was placed at the corner of the building in the 16th century. After 1685 and in the 18th century baroque adaptations of the building took place. Restoration was finished in 1988 and the City assigned the building to serve as the GHMP exhibiting space for its important exhibition projects.
Museum Kampa is a modern art gallery in Prague, showing Central European, and in particular Czech work. The pieces are from the private collection of Meda Mládek, wife of Jan V. Mládek. The museum opened in 2003 and is housed in the Sova’s Mills on the eastern bank of the Kampa Island on the river Vltava. There is a large sculpture of a chair by Magdalena Jetelova outside the museum, which is a prominent landmark visible from across the Vltava.
The building of the Kaiserstein Palace is a genuine treasure of segments and details of architecture. It is one of the first top baroque Prague´s palaces and one of the noblest secular monuments of the Prague baroque. During the years 1908 through 1914 the world known Czech lady-singer Emmy Destinn was living in a part of the palace. A most grandiose reconstruction of the palace was completed in 1981. The palace was given back its original appearance.
Tease your taste buds right in the pounding heart of historical Prague. Experience the first class flavour of traditional Czech cuisine in the classy comfort of the 1930s inspired interior. Ideal for a late afternoon cocktail or a relaxed dining with your loved ones at the end of a tiring day. Specializing in delightful duck and game dishes, they know how to satisfy all your cravings and desires. C’mon spoil yourself, there is always a little space left!
Hilton Prague is a perfect base to discover the beauties of Prague. It is located within walking distance to the city center full of local attractions, shops and a lively night scene. Cloud 9 sky bar & lounge was created with love for every single detail: – Large windows for uninterrupted views – Designer furniture pieces – Dainty luxurious materials – Unique lighting systems – Vibrant colours of the rainbow contrasting with sparkling black stone and glass – Mix of spaces for serious revelry or secret assignations – Dedicated to comfort and luxury
White Horse Restaurant (Bílý Koníček) is located into a magical location of Prague’s Old Town Square. It was built in unique Romanesque cellars of the 12th century in historic building At the Golden Unicorn listed by the UNESCO. The pleasant atmosphere of the restaurant is enhanced each evening with live music. The capacity of 130 seats in the restaurant makes it a suitable venue for receptions.
Colloredo-Mansfeld Palace is one of the most outstanding examples of palace architecture in Prague, with a rich combination of building styles combining elements of High Baroque with subsequent Rococo and Second Rococo modifications. The Baroque building has foundations dating from the Romanesque and Gothic periods that had previously been rebuilt in the Renaissance style. The Baroque dance hall is the most splendid and probably the best preserved space in the Palace. Its decoration was completed around 1736–1737, with a ceiling mural depicting a gathering of the Olympian gods created by the mural painter Pietro Scotti and the quadraturist Giovanni Battista Zeist.
The extensive baroque campus – built from the half of the 16th century till the half of the 18th century. It was the Jesuit College. Nowadays it is a seat of the National library and the State technical library. The Astronomical Tower and Baroque library hall are making part of this campus, open to the public from 2000. The baroque hall is from the beginning of the 18th century and was built by K. I. Dienzehofer and is decorated by frescoes and portraits of the important members of the Jesuit Order. In 1775 the systematic meteorological and climatic measurement was started in the Astronomical Tower and serves to this purpose till today.
The Mozart Prague Hotel is the closest hotel to Charles Bridge with romantic views of Prague Castle. It offers excellent personal service and historical accommodation in the heart of the city. The former residence of Earl Karel Pachta, and once Mozart’s home in the city, Smetana hotel boasts stunning features including frescos, vaulted chapel ceilings and sculptures. The hotel with its 50 spacious, elegant and individually-designed suites, 2 wonderful courtyards and with its unique location and romantic atmosphere is perfect for your wedding.
The Basilica of St Peter and St Paul is a neo-Gothic church in Vysehrad fortress in Prague. Originally founded in 1070-1080 by the Czech King Vratislav II., the Romanesque basilica suffered a fire in the year 1249 and has been rebuilt in Gothic and later in neo-Gothic style. The basilica features an impressive stone mosaic above its entry, and its twin 58 m towers can be seen atop a hill to the south from along the Vltava River in central Prague. Behind the church is located large park and Vysehrad cemetery, the final resting place of many famous Czechs. In 2003 the church was elevated to basilica by Pope John Paul II.
The Catholic church of St. Ludmila is one of the most beautiful catholic churches in Prague, located in the Vinohrady section, close to the Wenceslas’ square. It was built in Gothic revival style with a rich history and deep reverence by local residents. The structure itself is dominating in the Prague skyline, seen from the castle or nearly anywhere else with an elevated position around the city. This church is exclusive and well sought after by locals and internationals for mass and wedding ceremonies alike.