Need a break from the concrete jungle? We feel you, really. So that’s why we put together a list of the best parks in Prague as of 2017 (not saying that it was any less great in 2016, but you know). What all these great parks have in common is that they all offer you a spectacular view of the city if you can find its sweet spot.   1. Letna Park (Letenske Sady) This may be one of everyone’s favourites because of its famous lookout area from the beer gar-dens. There is an entire courtyard of long wooden tables for you and your friends to relax and grab beers from the beer stands. Once here, you’ll see many tameRead more.

This spot seems to be popular for language teachers and expats. Come here in the afternoon and you’ll easily overhear a few English (or Czech) lessons going on at once. Conveniently located between Jiriho z Podebrad and Namesti Miru metro stops (the green line A), it’s no wonder it’s a hit amongst expats in the area. This coffee shop comes a small bookshop and mini everything-goes kind of gift store at the entrance. You can find postcards, Czech literature, mugs, pottery, crafts, packs of gum, cigarettes, pretty random things in case you’ve been needing them. This cafe can be easily missed and mistaken for the tea shop located right next door. I’ve done it quite a few times. The entranceRead more.

Another pretty great cafe that you should know about when living (or just passing through) Prague is Monolok. Good coffee? Check. Good breakfast? Check. Did you say breakfast? Hell yeah. Double check. Not only do they have good food and drinks, but they also have an outdoor terrace in which you can sit and work from as well. Outside they have a small waterfall running down a sleek wall to give you a pretty nice overall atmosphere. This cafe is two levels. It seems that not too many go downstairs to work, probably because it’s much darker, but the feel is still nice downstairs if you’re looking for a quiet spot to work. Upstairs is always wrapped up in aRead more.