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Places to go Prague




National Museum - main building (Národní muzeum – hlavní budova)
Václavské náměstí 68
The National Museum is the largest and oldest Czech museum founded in 1818, housed in a monumental neo-renaissance building designed by architect Josef Schulz from the years 1885 - 1890.


 

National Technical Museum (Národní technické muzeum)
Kostelní 42, Prague 7 (Holešovice)
The National Technical Museum was established in 1908 with a program of documentation of principal development trends of technical progress, evaluation of their benefits to the society and preserving representative samples of this development for future generations.

Prague Wax Museum (Muzeum voskových figurín)
Melantrichova 5, Prague 1 and Mostecká 18, Prague 5
The First Prague Wax Museum was opened in 1997. Now there are two separate wax museums in Prague, the museum in Mostecka Street specializing in the early historical exhibits, and in Melantrichova Street where over 50 Czech and World figures of culture, sport and politics from the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries can be seen.

Černá Růže, Prague 1 - Černá Růže Prague shopping centre is situated in the heart of Prague, at the Wenceslas Square. Whatever you are looking for can almost always be found there and it is home to many tasty delicatessens and cafes.


 

Pavilon, Prague 2 – Pavilon Prague shopping centre is situated in the city centre, approximately 10 minutes by walk from Wenceslas Square. There is possible to buy any of the items you are looking for, as well as eclectic accessories for your office or home.

Palác Flóra, Prague 3 – close to the centre Palác Flóra Prague shopping centre, a brand-new shopping gallery in the city centre, was opened in March 20, 2003. There you can buy any of anemities you might need. There is also a cinema (with IMAX) and many restaurants and cafes.