Have you been living in Prague for a while? Are you at that point when you’re starting to run out of new things to do in the city? You’ve spent years avoiding all the overly touristy things, but it seems that now they are the only things left – and hey, why not just give it a chance? That’s where I’m at sometimes (especially on lazy weekends), and I decided to give this black light mini golf a try. Pretty expensive (209 CZK per person) for a glow in the dark golf ball and a club that feels a bit too small for adult humans. However, they have a promotion where you can spend around 60 crowns more and getRead more.

A hidden magical cavern in Prague? Yes, pretty much!  If you ever find yourself in the area of Petrin, whether you purposely go there because of this article or if you happen to be strolling through Petrin Park, I recommend a little hunt to find this unique spot. Located in the pit of Petrin Hill is an art gallery which is covered in ivy. There are gargoyles guarding the entrance to this three-storey house which was opened to the public in 2005.  The Magical Cavern is the home of Reon Argondian’s wicked and dynamic paintings – adding up to more than 80 works which includes paintings and sculptures to visually stimulate you. The gallery itself is an art masterpiece. What’sRead more.

The John Lennon Wall is one of Prague’s top sights. Even in the dead of winter, tourists flock to it to photograph themselves standing in front of the colorful graffiti. In the summer, everyone wants to add their own contribution to the wall, which has led to it being repainted white periodically. This is oddly reminiscent of the communist era. Originally, the wall was an important protest against the regime. The music of John Lennon and of The Beatles was forbidden in communist Czechoslovakia, but it was smuggled into the country (along with other Western music) and made a huge impact. The Beatles were very popular in Czechoslovakia, as indeed they still are, and the fact that their music wasRead more.