St. Gall's Church
A baroque facade on a medieval church - and thus an encapsulation of much of this city's history. The parish was originally created to serve the neighborhood's Germany community; the 18th century architect who designed the exterior was an Italian, Giovanni Santini. On Havelska Ul, close to the Estates Theatre
If I had to choose the best in Czech Republic I would have no doubt - Folklore. Being in Prague I tried hard to find a live performance, and could only find it as a dinner animation in Holiday Inn.
I had no doubt, and took all my team to that dinner. They went a little bit suspicious about the interest of that show, but soon were convinced. Great night.
A serious request - Please, keep on dancing and playing that lovely music.
Fall packing list
Small backpack for extra shirt, guide book, water, and other things while walking around. Bring comfortable shoes, as this is a city that you want to discover on foot. I did about 7 hours of walking, for 4 days.
Some rain proof gear can come in handy if visiting in late November.
If you go in late November like I did, you may want to bring an umbrella. I would suggest dressing in layers as the temperature can change throughout the day. If you like to drink beer, bring some asperin. The beer is great, and very cheap. Digital camera with lots of memory space
Church of the Sacred Heart
The Church of the Sacred Heart (or the Church of the Most Sacred Heart of Our Lord) is a pretty distinctive building.
You will taken a back when you come out of the metro station (probably on your way to the TV Tower) and see this church looming before you.
It is certainly unique…kind of ugly looking in fact, with a huge clock on its rather flat tower.
It was completed in 1932 so is pretty new really. Located in a grassy square, make sure you stop off for a photo if you happen by.
Namesti Jiriho z Podebrad
Nearest metro: Jiriho z Podebrad
Vystaviste a Stromovka
This whole area was once built for an exhibition in 1891 and today you still may see different exhibitions and fairs there.
While I was in Prague, they had an exhibition of Oldtimer- & Vintage cars.
It is open daily from 10.00 a.m. till 11.00 p.m. and includes a great amusement-park.