Map &
Been here?
Rate it

Top Tours

Prague City Sightseeing Tour
"This two-hour coach tour gives you an overall view of Prague and its beautiful historic sites taking you to the most important attractions. The on board commentary provides essential background to your sightseeing.Highlights include:Prague State Opera (Státní opera Praha)National Museum (Národní muzeum)Wencesl"""Get your bearings in the romantic city of Prague on this comprehensive two-hour coach tour. This tour is perfect if you have limited time in Prague the City of a Hundred Spires."title=Tour+Highlights&1=Two-hour+coach+tour+of+Prague&2=Perfect+introduction+to+Prague%27s+attractions+by+coach&3=Choice+of+morning+and+afternoon+tours&4=Commentary+in+English+and+German""
From EUR18.00
"Private Walking Tour: Prague Old Town
"Your private guide will meet you at your Prague hotel and then your city walking tour starts with a stroll through the charming alleyways and streets of Old Town passing sites like Betlemske Chapel. Throughout your tour your knowledgeable guide will open your eyes to Prague’s history and culture telling you about the triumphs and tragedies that have taken place in the city over the past 1000 years.Follow your guide past sculptures and monuments
From EUR60.00
Historical Panoramic Bus Tour in Prague
"Your tour will start and end in the city center at the Old Town Square. Enjoy commentary of the locations provided via headphones where you can choose from 26 languages. The route of a 2-hour ride covers all the ancient parts of Prague: Old Town New Town Lesser Town and Prague Castle. At the Prague Castle there is a hop-on hop-off break for you to explore the surroundings at your own leisure during a 30-40 minute walk included. See all of Prague's most famous locations such as the Old Town Square Spanish Synagogue St. Agnes Monastery Republic Square
From EUR15.00

Globe Bookshop & Cafe Tips (3)

The Globe Bookstore and Cafe: Books and Coffee - what a mixture!

The Globe provides not only a very laid back athmosphere but also many international newspapers on display. So if you want to get the latest news from home - Globe it is. Whatever you bought in the little bookstore, sit down in the Cafe and enjoy their great variety of Tea, Coffee and Sweets. Definitely your place if you want to enjoy a quiet time off the beaten path. The big tourist crowds won't be there.
They have exhibitions, readings and live music.

Favorite Dish We went there for Coffee. The dishes looked good, but it was shortly after breakfast, that's why we didn't eat.

divandrea's Profile Photo
Mar 26, 2006

The Globe Bookstore & Coffeehouse: Bookworms Unite!

I'll come right out and say it - I've never liked 'The Globe'. It's always seemed more of a resource than a bar or cafe, and the people who hang out there on the few occasions I've had a coffee always seem to come across as too cool for school, in the way young people living the dream in a foreign city can sometimes.

As a resource, however, 'The Globe' is perhaps second to none, whether you're a long term expat seeking a bit of sanctuary and peace, or if you've just rolled up and need a place to get established and find out what to do next. It's a good place for checking out the message board, which offers flats, teaching jobs and Czech lessons, among many other things, pick up flyers for exhibitions and clubs, and get a copy of 'Prague Post' to find out what's going on in the city. It also has a fairly extensive range of new and second hand books on offer, with a typically ruthless attitude to trading books (Bought it last week for 400kc, did you? We'll give you 30kc for it...)

If you have literary aspirations, you might spend more time there, as the Globe encourages would-be writers and arranges readings to other chin-strokers. All in all, a thoroughly respectable and noble place in the heart of the city, as it's always been - just don't expect to necessarily have a good time there.

Favorite Dish Once again - coffee.

RockTadgers's Profile Photo
Feb 21, 2006

The Globe Bookstore & Cafe: Funky expat haunt in the Nove Mesto

If you’re spending an extended time in Prague and need to come by English-language media and fancy hanging out with fellow expats, this ‘Globe’ is as good a place as any to start. This place is particularly popular with American students and usually has a few international editions of 'USA Today' and 'The Guardian' (UK) on hand to browse through over your coffee. The food & drink are of good quality and value and the English-language bookstore is well stocked, even selling plenty of second-hand books if you’re budget’s wearing thin. Staff here are helpful and knowledgeable and the internet access here is fast and cheap.

Orbital_'s Profile Photo
Feb 17, 2006
Sponsored Listings

Hotels Near Globe Bookshop & Cafe

Myslikova 15, Praha 1, Prague, Bohemia, 11000, Czech Republic
Show Prices
Mysl�­kova 20, Prague, Bohemia, 110 00, Czech Republic
Show Prices
Kremencova 10, Prague 1, Prague, Czech Republic
Show Prices
Kremencova 13, Prague 1, Prague, Bohemia, 110 00, Czech Republic
Show Prices
Opatovicka 2, Prague, Bohemia, 110 00, Czech Republic
Show Prices
Kremencova 15, Praha 1, Prague, Bohemia, Czech Republic
Show Prices
globetrott's Profile Photo


"What a great and romantic place !"
View Member
Cristian_Uluru's Profile Photo


"The beautiful town of Prague"
View Member
balhannah's Profile Photo


View Member
kris-t's Profile Photo


"Praha is amazing!"
View Member
sandysmith's Profile Photo


"Peramble Around Prague"
View Member

Things to Do Near Globe Bookshop & Cafe

Things to Do

Charles Square

Charles Sqaure is located in Prague New Town. It was founded in the 14th century and was originally called “The Big Marketplace” (Forum Magnum). It's the largest square in Prague. There is a legend...
View More
Things to Do

New Town Hall

Despite its name, New Town Hall was built almost at the same time as the Old Town Hall - the name refers to its location, in Prague's Nové Město, rather than to the time of its construction....
View More
Things to Do

Strelecky Ostrov -Shooting Island

The word střelecký means shooting and ostrov means island, so Střelecký ostrov is the shooting island, so called because there was once a shooting range here for aristocrats and other rich...
View More
Things to Do

National Theatre

A clever solution has been found to solve the space limitations of the national theatre: absolute preservation of the beautiful old building, and the construction at its side of a new one, totally...
View More
Things to Do

Bethleham Chapel

This chapel was originally built in 1391 and is of significant historical importance for a couple of reasons. The first is that it was one of the first places in Prague where celebrations were done in...
View More
Things to Do

Smetana Museum

Muzeum Bedricha Smetany is dedicated to the life and works of Czech composer Berdich Smatana (1824-1884). The museum is situated on the right bank of the river Vltava, right next to Charles...
View More

Getting to Globe Bookshop & Cafe


We don't yet have an address for this Restaurants. Help us improve our info!


We don't yet have hours for this Restaurants. Help us improve our info!