Quick Sketch. ‘Kavovarna, Lucerna, Prague.’ A great retro cafe bar, just off Wenceslas Square. The cafe can be found inside the art nouveau Lucerna Palace passageway, built in 1920 (also home to the Lucerna Theatre, Lucerna Cafe, Lucerna Music Bar, and a giant statue of King Wenceslas riding an upside-down horse, hanging from the ceiling – apparently the artist meant to mock the equestrian statue at the top of Wenceslas Square).
Quick Sketch. ‘Naplavka, Prague.’ View of one of the boats moored along Naplavka – Boat Klotylda Hotel. Great area of the river, especially for bars and live music at night. It’s Prague’s own cobbled-beach / pavement, and stretches from the Palacky Bridge to the Vyton tram stop.
Quick Sketch. ‘Cafe Nona, Prague.’ View of a great spiral staircase in Cafe Nona. The cafe is in Prague theatre’s ‘New Stage’ – a 1980s ice cube shaped building, incorporating four thousand blocks of glass.