Stroll through the magical narrow streets of the Old Town, visit Charles Bridge and enjoy a view of the panorama of Prague Castle. You can find the famous Jewish Quarter or Old Town Square just a few minutes' walk from Buddha-Bar Hotel Prague. This is where the Orloj mediaeval astronomical clock marks every hour before tourists' very eyes.
Czech porcelain, exhibition-quality designer items, clothing from Czech and world designers. There are countless opportunities to purchase something unique in the vicinity of the hotel. Try the luxury boutiques of brands such as Burberry or Dior in nearby Pařížská Street. The Myslbek department store or Hamleys toy paradise can be found just a little further on, in Na Příkopě Street.
The magical ambience of Prague is accentuated by the city’s popularity as a centre of culture, art and entertainment. You can expect a wonderful experience on a visit to the DOX Centre for Contemporary Art, or one of the many galleries devoted to local artists. Don’t miss Czech cultural gems such as the National Museum, the National Theatre, the Rudolfinum Gallery or the State Opera.
Prague doesn't sleep, even after sundown. On the contrary, every night the city comes alive with a nightlife that is hugely popular with dance and entertainment lovers from around the world. You can find dozens of famous clubs in the vicinity of the hotel - James Dean, Harleys or the M1 Lounge Bar pulse with life into the early hours.
It's worth leaving the haven of the Buddha-Bar and enjoying flavours and scents from around the world at some of Prague's best venues, particularly when the weather is nice. You can enjoy first-class classic Czech cuisine at the Lokál, V Kolkovně, Café Imperial or Kantýna restaurants. Inspiration drawn from traditional Czech gastronomy can also be found at La Degustation Bohême Bourgeoise, awarded a Michelin star.
Do you crave a moment of relaxation while still getting to know the best the city has to offer? Prague has a long history of café culture. You can enjoy reflections of bygone times over a cup of coffee at the Slavia, Café Louvre or Café Savoy. Contemporary bistros, confectioners and bakeries offer a more modern approach to gastronomy - try Bakeshop, Cafe Cafe or Cukrkávalimonáda, for instance.