The Lennon Wall or John Lennon Wall, is a wall in Prague, Czech Republic. Once a normal wall, since the 1980s it has been filled with John Lennon-inspired graffiti and pieces of lyrics from Beatles' songs.Wikipedia
Artist Matej Kren’s “Idiom” sculpture welcomes visitors at the Prague Municipal Library’s entrance. It was created using stacked books and mirrors to give the illusion of being a bottomless wormhole.
overlooking the Vltava river and marina, Vyšehrad is one that is on most people's list of things to do... but because it's a little far from centre, and prague has so many other jewels, people sometimes skip it. Please make the journey :-)
Just behind the 'Tyn Church' you will find the church of St. James. Compared to other jewels in Pragues' crown, this church does not see too much people traffic, but given the location, I urge you to have a peek. Inside is of course pretty amazing.
The Smetana Hall is one of the finest you will see and hear. Named after the much loved 19th century Czech Composer Bedřich Smetana. If concerts are not your thing then there's also an opulent bar and Pilsner restaurant downstairs.
If you're in the mood for a nice long walk in the green stuff then why not visit Stromovka. it's close to TROJA, so you could walk on to the ZOO or Botanic Gardens. The Czech word for 'Tree' is 'Strom', so Stromovka (roughly) translates as Tree Area
I love coming here - The surrounding forest means it's stunning in summer, winter and autumn. There is always an art exhibition inside too, and Czechs being as they are, the exhibition is invariably of the highest standard. All inside a fascinating 6-poi
Visitors to Prague love this statue. It's great fun watching the reactions it gets. Located in the grounds of the Franz Kafka Museum, so no need to pay. Living here in Prague, I think this is a 'piss-take' of Czech guys... known for pissing in public.
If you wish to get away from the centre, take a metro, or one of many trams to Náměstí Míru. You will see the Church of St. Ludmila. Not so old (late 19th century), but splendid all the same. Also, there are lots of great restaurants in this area.
Another hidden gem in Prague. Discreetly behind huge white walls close to Charles bridge, these gardens date back to the 13th century. If you go at the right time you can pick fruit from the trees. Peaceful walk with peacocks strolling elegantly free.