Friday, October 6, 2017

The Best Sweets and Pastries in Prague


In the historic center of Prague you can see thousands of tourists falling into a tourist trap every day. And they just want to taste that traditional pastry everybody talks about - trdelník. Traditional? Not really... In fact, trdelník is just an overpriced piece of dough. Ten years ago hardly anyone knew about it. It's fake, it's expensive, it's not traditional at all and it's not even that good... The real trdelník comes from Romania. Then Hungarians made it famous and named it Kürtőskalács. For good and genuine trdelník go to Hungary or Slovakia. If you don't want to pay more than 2 euros for nothing (or even more than 4 euros for nothing with a bad ice-cream in it) check our tips for the best sweets and pastries in Prague! You will taste the best koláč, bábovka, zákusky, chlebíčky, ice-cream and many more!

1. Cacao Prague

Source: cacaoprague.cz

Just a few steps from the Powder Tower and Municipal House you will find this lovely cafe with nice interior serving delicious desserts, ice-cream or coffee. You can also get a breakfast or lunch every day. Their selection of cakes is amazing, you will regret you can't try them all.

Address: V Celnici 4, Prague 1
Website: www.cacaoprague.cz
Google rating: 4,5

2. Ovocný Světozor

Source: ovocnysvetozor.cz

One of the places to taste probably the most typical Czech snack - chlebíček. This open sandwich is a real legend in the Czech Republic, prepared for every event or celebration. You can also get great curd or fruit cakes, mini desserts, sundaes and many more. Visit their shop in Vodičkova street, not far from the Wenceslas Square.

Address: Vodičkova 39, Prague 1
Website: www.ovocnysvetozor.cz
Google rating: 4,5

3. Crème de la Crème

Source: facebook.com/cremedelacremeprague/

If you want to get an amazing craft ice-cream (not that cheap wannabe ice-cream in trdelník) go to Crème de la Crème in Husova street, close to the Old Town Square. The owners learned to make the best gelato from Italian masters and now they serve maybe the best gelato in Prague. And try their cakes and pastries as well!

Address: Husova 12, Prague 1
Website: www.cremecreme.cz
Google rating: 4,9

4. Café Savoy

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You can hardly find a more stylish café in Prague. You will be amazed by the interior with a Neo-Renaissance ceiling from the 19th century. You can get many delicious desserts, cakes and pastries or have a breakfast or lunch. The café is located in the Lesser Town, in Vítězná street, just across the river from our Residence Karolina.

Address: Vítězná 5, Prague 1
Website: www.cafesavoy.ambi.cz
Google rating: 4,4

5. Cukrárna Saint Tropez

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Saint Tropez is a coffee and sweet shop in a center of Prague. You will find it in Vodičkova street, just a stone's throw from the Wenceslas Square. They make some of the best cakes and desserts in Prague using only first-class fresh ingredients and avoiding conservants or artificial ingredients.

Address: Vodičkova 30, Prague 1
Website: www.cukrarnatropez.cz
Google rating: 4,5

6. Puro Gelato


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Another perfect place to get a great gelato. They have two shops, one close to Vyšehrad, the other is located in the very center, in Kaprova street. Their high quality craft gelato is made from the best ingredients and you can taste a number of original flavors every day.


Address: Kaprova 11, Prague 1
Website: www.purogelato
Google rating: 4,7

7. Cafe~Cafe

Source: facebook.com/cafecafeprague

In Rytířská street, on the way from the Wenceslas Square to Old Town Square, you can visit this café with lovely interior, nice staff and amazing desserts. This place is also perfect for a luxury breakfast and brunch. Must visit in Prague!

Address: Rytířská 10, Prague 1
Website: www.facebook.com/cafecafeprague
Google rating: 4,5

8. Bakeshop

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Bakeshop is a café and bistro selling excellent sweets and pastries. It is perfect not just for breakfast but also for lunch or dinner. Try their muffins, croissants, pies or cakes. It is located in Kozí street, close to the Old Town Square or our Residence Masna.

Address: Kozí 1, Prague 1
Website: https://www.bakeshop.cz/en/
Google rating: 4,3

9. Kavárna Šlágr

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Šlágr is an original café and sweet-shop with a nice atmosphere of the First Czechoslovak Republic between 1918 and 1938. Although its located a little further from a city center, it's worth it. Take a tram No. 22 and go to Krymská stop. They serve delicous pies, cakes, desserts and other sweets and pastries.

Address: Francouzská 72, Prague 10
Website: www.kavarnaslagr.cz
Google rating: 4,5

10. Erhart Café

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Erhartova cukrárna is the right place to taste typical Czech desserts as větrník, rohlíček, košíček, linecké kolečko or bábovka. You must go by metro because it's not in a very center, but you won't regret. Use green (A) metro line from Staroměstská. They also make great pies and cakes.

Address: Vinohradská 125, Prague 3
Website: www.erhartovacukrarna.cz
Google rating: 4,5

11. Angelato


Another great ice-cream place in the center of Prague. Angelato is situated in Rytířská street, same as Cafe~Cafe. They have another shop in Újezd, next to the funicular station. You can get classic gelatos (chocolate, vanilla and others), sorbets from seasonal fruits or unique and original flavors like pumpkin, rice, olive, lavender and many others. Delicious!

Address: Rytířská 27, Prague 1
Website: www.angelato.cz
Google rating: 4,7

12. Oh Deer Bakery

Source: facebook.com/ohdeerbakeryprague

Have you ever heard of cronuts? This pastry resembles a doughnut but it is made from croissant-like dough filled with cream and fried. If you want to taste the best cronuts in Prague, you must take a tram 6 or 14 and go to Bělehradská street in Vinohrady district. Oh Deer, it's so good...

Address: Rytířská 27, Prague 1
Website: www.ohdeerbakery.cz
Google rating: 4,8


Do you know any other great places to get the best sweets and pastries in Prague? Let us know in comments!

Thursday, September 21, 2017

The Best Multitap Beer Bars In Prague


Thanks to its cheap alcohol and beer cheaper than water, Prague is one of the major nightlife cities in Europe. We have already introduced you the best microbreweries or bars in Prague and now you will discover the best multitap beer bars in Prague! Beer is the Czech national drink, a part of Czech culture. And Prague is the beer capital of the world, no doubt about it. In this city, most tourists drink Pilsner Urquell, original Czech Budweiser Budvar or (if they read our post) beers from Prague's microbreweries. But if you want to taste true gems, visit one of the multitap beer bars! These beer pubs offer usually over 5 different tap beers from both small and large (mostly Czech) breweries and they change them almost every day! Some of the pubs offer more than 20 craft beers! Beer tasting heaven, Mecca for beer lovers! Some of them are easily accesible on foot but most multitap beer bars are not located in a historical center and you will need to take a tram, subway or taxi to get there. But it's worth it! And don't forget to book a table!!!

1. Zlý časy


One of the most unique beer pubs in Prague. The pub is divided into three sections and every day you can taste 48 different tap beers from many microbreweries! You can also get delicious burgers and Czech dishes. Take tram no. 18 at the National Theatre and get off at Náměstí Bratří Synků station.

Google rating: 4,4/5
Address: Čestmírova 5, Prague 4
Website: www.zlycasy.eu (only in Czech)

2. Kulový blesk


You will really love this one! Located close to I.P. Pavlova subway station, Kulový blesk offers almost 30 tap beers every day! You can try their classic Czech beer snacks and burgers or ribs in the evening. You can easily get there by tram no. 22 from the National Theatre or red (C) metro line.

Google rating: 4,4/5
Website: www.restauracekulovyblesk.cz (only in Czech)

3. Pivovarský klub


6 exclusive beers on tap and more than 200 bottled beers. Great beer pub with a great atmosphere. Don't hesitate to taste traditional Czech dishes and grilled specials. The pub is located not far from Florenc subway station, take the yellow (B) line from Národní třída or Náměstí republiky. Or take a nice 20 minutes' walk from the city center.

Google rating: 4,5/5

4. Dno pytle


This cozy beer pub is located in Vinohradská street. You can choose from 8 different tap beers - delicious and unique beers from Czech or Bavarian microbreweries. If you are hungry, order a small beer snack (sausages, pates and others). Take a tram to Vinohradská tržnice stop or go to Jiřího z Poděbrad subway station - green line (A).

Google rating: 4,3/5
Website: www.dnopytle.cz (only in Czech)

5. Zubatý pes


If you like a great choice of tap beers, go to Zubatý pes! Although it's a little further from the city center you will really like it. 15 unique beers on tap - not only the Czech ones but from many other countries. You can also get grilled sausage, nachos or spicy salami with your beer. 

Google rating: 4,6/5
Website: www.zubatypes.cz

6. BeerGeek Bar


One of the biggest choice of tapped craft beer in Prague, that's BeerGeek. They have 32 taps, preffering craft beers. You can taste more than 5 new beers every day! You can also get their chicken wings, sandwiches or quesadillas. The beer bar is located very close to Jiřího z Poděbrad subway station - green line (A).

Google rating: 4,5/5
Website: www.beergeek.cz

6. Poctivej výčep


The name can be translated as "Honest pub". At really is! The staff really knows everything about beer and the beers they offer are always very special and delicious. Every day guests choose from 5 craft beers. Go from Muzeum to Kobylisy station - red line (C).

Google rating: 4,9/5
Website: www.poctivejvycep.webnode.cz (only in Czech)

7. Pivní šenk U Kacíře


In Mánesova street, close to Jiřího z Poděbrad metro station in Vinohrady district, you can find a nice little pub. From monday to saturday U Kacíře offers at least 6 tap beers from small regional breweries and microbreweries. You can also get a sausage, brawn or pickled cheese.

Google rating: 4,5/5
Website: www.pivnisenk.cz

8. Prague Beer Museum


Thanks to its location in a center of Prague and a huge choice of tap beer Prague Beer Museum is one of the best known multitap beer pubs. Every day you can taste 30 beers, mix of famous Czech brands and microbreweries. You can find it only 2 minutes' walk from the Charles Bridge and 5 minutes from the Residence Karolina!

Our rating: 4,2/5
Website: www.praguebeermuseum.cz

9. Pivo a párek


You can translate its name as "Beer and sausage". And that's exactly what you'll get! Choose from at least 6 delicious tap beers from microbreweries and enjoy their sausages, pickled cheese, bacon and other beer snacks! The pub is located in Žižkov district - take tram no. 9 at the National Theatre and go to Lipanská stop.

Google rating: 4,5/5
Website: www.facebook.com/Pivo-a-párek

10. Pípa Beer Story


Only 1 minute from our Residence Masna and 3 minutes from the Old Town Square you can visit this great multitap beer pub. Nice selection of 8 tap beers every day and more than 160 bottled beers. In Pípa Beer Story they also specialize in pairing great beer snacks and cheese with beer. 

Our rating: 4,2/5
Website: www.pivotekapipa.cz

11. Království piva


Kingdom of Beer! Or my kingdom for a beer? Why not when the beer is so good. They brew their own beer and offer another 5 tap craft beers. As always, you can also order a sausage, brawn, pickled cheese and other beer snacks. And how to get there? Take a metro to Hradčanská station (green line A) and walk 5 minutes to the pub.

Our rating: 4,5/5
Website: www.kralovstvipiva.com


What multitap beer bar do you like the most? Or do you know any other great pubs with a great selection of craft beers? Let us know in comments!


Monday, September 4, 2017

Prague Infographic - Superb Complete Travel Guide


All you need to know before going to Prague! Best time to visit Prague for a nice weather or to avoid the biggest crowds? What are the worst tourist traps? What are absolutely MUST SEE sights and what other sights are worth a visit? What food and drinks you must try? What are the best restaurants serving genuine Czech meals? And what is the truth about trdelník? What are average prices of goods and services? How to easily get from the airport? What other Czech towns you should visit? Hidden gems, the best free sights, movies shot in Prague, the best views and more! Our infographic has it all! 


Monday, August 28, 2017

Awesome 3 Days in Prague Itinerary


If you are planning to spend 3 days in Prague, you are lucky! You have a great chance to see all the famous highlights and even some hidden gems and great pubs! If you stay with Prague City Apartments you don't need to worry, all apartments are located in a very center of Prague and you can explore everything on foot! Prague really is one of the most beautiful cities in the world and you are going to love it!



On a first day make sure to get up early. We mean really early. The best time to hit the road is just after 6 A.M. That's your only chance to see the most famous Prague sights without crowds of tourists. To see "the Big 3" (Old Town Square, Charles Bridge, Prague Castle) with no tourists we recommend to take the historical Royal Route. The route starts by the Powder Tower, very close to our Masna and Rybna residences. The Powder Tower, built in the 15th century, is one of the most important monuments of medieval Prague. Next to the tower you can admire probably the most famous Art Nouveau building in Prague - The Municipal House built in 1912. After you take a few unique "touristless" pictures, take a Celetná street which goes from the Republic Square to the Old Town Square. You will have the most popular Prague square just for yourself! The Old Town Square is the oldest and historically most significant square in Prague. Its origin dates back to the 10th century. Take a picture of the Týn Church and enjoy a view of the Old Town Hall with Astronomical Clock without annoying crowds.


Then take the Karlova street which leads to the Charles Bridge, the oldest bridge over the Vltava River and one of the most visited sights in Prague. Its construction started in 1357 under the shield of King Charles IV and was completed in 1402. The bridge is 1690 feet long, composed of 16 arches and also decorated with 30 stone sculptures. Three bridge towers are built at both ends of the bridge. From the bridge you can go to the Kampa Island and see the Lennon's Wall. The island is separated from the Lesser Town by a narrow channel called the Devil's Stream. Then continue to the Malostranské Square and admire the baroque Church of St Nicholas.


Now you can climb the castle stairs or take the Nerudova street to get to the Hradčany Square. The castle is open from 6 A.M. so you can enjoy it with no lines and crowds! If you want to see the castle and the St. Vitus Cathedral interiors it is open from 9 A.M. Prague Castle, the largest castle complex in the world, is the traditional seat of Czech monarchs and presidents. It is proudly overlooking Prague since the 9th century. The St. Vitus Cathedral with its more than 300 feet tall Bell Tower is a dominant visible from almost everywhere. If you are hungry we recommend to return to the Old Town and have a lunch in one of the great restaurants. If you stay with Prague City Apartments, use our superb online Prague guide to find the best places! If you want to taste the best Czech food, read our post 8 Places to Taste the Best Traditional Czech Cuisine in the Old Town of Prague. Most restaurants serve lunch from 11 A.M. The sooner you have a lunch the better because most places get quite crowded after noon. If you visit Prague from April to September it is a great idea to relax after sightseeing and lunch in one of the beautiful parks or gardens. Check our post The Most Beautiful Parks, Gardens and Nature in Prague.


After you have a rest, you can go exploring the Jewish Quarter (Josefov). Jewish Quarter dates back to the 13th century and today it is a well preserved complex of important Jewish buildings. Be sure to visit all the most important parts of the Jewish Museum - Old Jewish Cemetery, Synagogues (Maisel, Pinkas, Spanish, Old New) or Ceremonial Hall.
Before you hit the pubs you can admire Rudolfinum, built in 1876-1884. It is architecturally one of the most important buildings in Prague. For more than 130 years it serves as a concert hall and it is the main concert venue of the famous Czech Philharmonic. If you have more time you can even visit Rudolfinum Gallery.


Once you are in Prague you probably want to taste the most delicious beer in the world. And also super cheap! You can visit one of the renowned pubs with Pilsner Urquell or Budweiser Budvar but you should also try excellent microbreweries recommended by us! Just see our post 7 Prague Microbreweries You Must Visit. You can even choose one of the popular beer tours to taste very special beers with an experienced guide. Ask our staff to get the best tips!
If you travel with kids you read our Prague with Kids Complete Guide and make your own great itinerary.



OK, yesterday was a very busy day, especially if you stayed late enjoying beer. There is no need to wake up too early. Get a nice cup of coffee and breakfast in one of cafés (see our online guide) and start exploring! Day 2 will be the day of great views! You can choose only one of our tips or climb all the towers! Visit the top of the Powder Tower if you want a nice panoramic view of Prague, from the Old Town Hall you will have a wonderful view of the Old Town and the Old Town Bridge Tower offers a great view of the Charles Bridge from above and Prague Castle - perfect during sunset!


Then go to the Lesser Town and take a funicular (operating since 1891) up to the Petřín Hill. The funicular is a part of Prague Public Transit Company so you can use your metro/tram tickets or buy one in a vending machine next to the lower station. On the hill you can visit a mirror maze and you also shouldn't miss the Petřín lookout tower. Same as the funicular, this 65 meters tall structure was built in 1891 when the members of the Czech Tourist Club were impressed by the Eiffel Tower in Paris and decided to make a five-times smaller copy. You can use an elevator or 299 steps to climb up and get wonderful views of Prague and a large part of Bohemia.
From the Petřín lookout tower it is only a 10 minutes' walk to the Strahov Monastery,  the oldest Premonstratensian monastery in Bohemia. It was founded in 1143 by Vladislaus II, Duke of Bohemia, and now it is one of the most important architectural monuments in the Czech Republic. Just next to the monastery have a lunch and great beer in the Strahov Monastic Brewery.


From Strahov you can go to one of the most beautiful streets in Prague called Nový Svět. You will love this picturesque old street as it is located off the beaten path and not many tourists know about it!
From the Castle District take a nice 20 minutes' walk back to the river and don't forget to enjoy the views! Check Prague's narrowest street with traffic lights and visit Franz Kafka Museum located in the unique Herget Brickworks. Then have a nice dinner and go the National Theatre, the most important theatre of the Czech Republic. It was built from the national public collection and was open in 1881 for the first time. After a devastating fire, the theatre was open for the second time in 1883. You can visit drama, opera or ballet performance, just choose a play on the National Theatre website. If you want to discover Prague's vibrant nightlife, read our Ultimate List of the Best Bars in Prague and enjoy the best drinks!



Your last day in Prague. Start on the Wenceslas Square, 700 meters long square, the largest cultural and business center of Prague. It has witnessed many important historic events, huge celebrations and demonstrations. If you like modern art you should see the unique Statue of Kafka by Czech artist David Cerny. It was built in 2014 next to the Quadrio shopping center, between Spalena and Vladislavova streets. On your last day you should definitely visit Vyšehrad, originally a small fortification built in the 10th century. It was gradually rebuilt into the massive fortress and throughout its history it was even the seat of Czech kings. You can go by subway or tram but we recommend to take a beautiful walk along the river. On the way to Vyšehrad you will see famous Dancing House by Frank O. Gehry. Building gained its name from the towers that resemble famous dancers Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire. It was open in 1996 and won the prestigious Time magazine Design of the Year prize in the same year.


Once you get to Vyšehrad, enjoy nice views of Prague, see the St. Martin Rotunda, relax in the park and visit Vyšehrad Cemetery, the final resting place of the most important Czechs. After lunch you can visit one of the museums or galleries. Or in case of good weather you can rent a paddle boat! You can go with up to 3 friends and it is a great fun! Choose one of the rental places and discover Prague from the river! In the evening you can discover more pubs or go on a boat trip. You can choose from many day or evening trips, trips with dinner and more. Ask our staff to get the best tips!



Of course in Prague there are other very interesting places, sights or attractions and nobody is able to see them all in 3 days. We tried to mention the best and most important ones but feel free to adjust the itinerary according to what you like! If you want to visit Prague Zoo, we recommend a whole-day trip.

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

The Best Burgers in Prague


This iconic American meal is not something what tourists usually seek in Prague. But they should because you can find many great burger pubs that are worth trying! Whether your stay in Prague is longer and you miss good burgers or you just want to try some of the unique burgers with typical Czech ingredients, check our list!

Price range:
$ - cheapest
$$$$$ - most expensive

IN THE CENTER OF PRAGUE


1. Meat & Greet Burgerhouse


You will enjoy your burger in a beautiful and stylish interior with a great service. Deservedly rated as one of the best burger places Prague, Meat & Great Burgerhouse is located in Senovážné Square, not far from the Wenceslas or Republic Square. We recommend to make a reservation as this place is very popular and it is very likely you will have to wait for a table especially during lunch time. You can choose from a number of reasonably priced burgers, all of them offering very interesting mix of ingredients. Check their menu!

Price: $$

2. Café Palanda

Source: cafepalanda.cz

Café Palanda is located in Zlatnická street not far from the Republic Square. It is one of the best known and most popular burger pubs in Prague so don't forget to book a table in advance. For their burgers they use only fresh ingredients - the best Czech beef, buns from a small Prague bakery, delicious Dutch potatoes for fries or vegetables from Czech farmers. Try their Royal Bacon Cheese Burger, Pulled Pork Sandwich, Spicy Brie Burger or other tasty burgers. As a bonus, the service is quick and very friendly!

Price: $$$

3. Hard Rock Café


You have probably visited many Hard Rock Cafés all over the world but this one is very special as it is one of the largest in Europe. It is situated in a beautiful historical house "U Rotta", just a minute from the Old Town Square. You will be impressed by a stunning guitar shaped chandelier! Burgers in Hard Rock Café are a bit pricey but definitely delicious and unique. You can get one of their signature burgers or one special Czech burger. If you are lucky you may taste also World Burger Tour burgers but this event is quite rare.  

4. Serial Burgers


Only 3 minutes' walk from our Residence Karolina and the Narodní street you will find this original and stylish burger pub. You will love the basement styled interior with posters of criminals. Their burgers are large and delicious - classic Ultra Bacon Burger, spicy Jalapeño & Habanero or excellent White Rabbit Burger? Do not hesitate to try their onion rings or beef carpaccio. We recommend to make a reservation as it can get quite busy!

Price: $$$
Address: Ostrovní 24, Prague 1
Website: www.serialburgers.cz

5. T.G.I. Friday’s Na Příkopě

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Sometimes you must pay a little extra for a great quality but when you taste burgers in T.G.I. Friday's you won't regret. Their burgers are just perfect. Also great atmosphere and very nice service make it one of the best burger places in Prague. As the first T.G.I. Friday's in Prague it was opened in 1997 in famous Na Příkopě street connecting Wenceslas and Republic Squares. Don't forget to taste their signature cocktails.

Price: $$$$$
Address: Na Příkopě 27, Prague 1
Website: www.tgifridays.cz

OFF THE CITY CENTER


6. Beer & Burger U Čížků

Source: ucizku.cz

As the name hints, in this burger pub you won't get just delicious burgers but also a great beer. It is located in Karlovo Square, not far from the Dancing House or the New Town Hall, from our Residence Karolina it is a nice 12 minutes' walk. You can choose from many burgers with original names for a great price! You will love Čížburger, Obr Bobr, Farmář Véna or Pipi Burger! Their buns are always fresh, made in a bakery 5 minutes from here. You can also order tasty ribs, pork knee or steaks. The interior is nice and cozy.

Price: $$
Address: Karlovo nám. 34, Prague 2
Website: www.ucizku.cz

7. Dish

Source: dish.cz

Just off the center of Prague, in Vinohrady district, you will find this fine burger bistro. Located close to Náměstí Míru (tram 22 from the National Theatre stop) in Římská street, for many locals this is the right place to taste the best burger in Prague. The interior is divided into two parts - in the front one you can watch your burger being prepared, the second one is quieter and cozier. They offer more than 10 types of burgers, all of the very special and delicious. Try Koza Nostra with goat cheese, Kahuna with serrano ham and pineapple salsa or Savory with portobello mushroom! Don't forget to make a reservation in advance.

Price: $$$
Address: Římská 29, Prague 2
Website: www.dish.cz

8. Mozaika Burger & Co.


Another great burger place in Vinohrady district is Mozaika Burger & Co. in Nitranská street near the Jiřího z Poděbrad metro station (green line A, four stops from the Staroměstská station). In a stylish interior you can get one of six burgers including one for vegetarians. Choose from a classic size (170g of meat) or a slider (85g of meat). Their burgers are quite unique - Chilli Con Carne with pulled beef, Hell with chorizo and spicy salsa or Lamb with... well, lamb. Don't forget to try a great beer from Matuška brewery which is brewed not far from Prague.

Price: $$$
Address: Nitranská 13, Prague 3
Website: www.mozaikaburger.cz

9. Bejzment

Source: bejzment.cz

If you go to Smíchov district, you shouldn't miss Bejzment, very nice burger pub, just 10 minutes' walk form the Dancing House. They are proud to serve real American burgers in a really stylish American interior. Their burgers are quite reasonably priced and very uniquely named - Hustej Mexikán (Cool Mexican), Big Fet Amerikán (Big Fat American) or simpy Švestka (Plum). You can also get delicious sandwiches and other specials. Great experience!

Price: $$$
Address: Lesnická 8, Prague 5
Website: www.bejzment.cz

10. The Tavern

Source: thetavern.cz

In Vinohrady district, just next to the Riegrovy sady park you will find The Tavern, a lovely burger pub owned by Lori from Kentucky and Dean from Washington. The best way to get there is to go by tram No. 9, get off at Husinecká stop and take a nice walk to Riegrovy sady. They offer around eight classic burgers and three vege burgers, also delicious. You can also try their house-smoked specialties or party snacks. And if you get a beer from Ježek brewery or one of their cocktails, it will be an unforgettable visit!

Price: $$$
Address: Chopinova 26, Prague 2
Website: www.thetavern.cz

OTHER GREAT BURGER PUBS

In Prague you can find many other excellent places serving delicious burgers. But they are often pretty far from the city center. For example Burger Bar in Prague - Nebušice or Domyno Burger Bar in Prague - Lhotka. You can also try Peter's Burger Pub in Karlín district. Do you know any other great burger places in Prague? Let us know in comments!