‘Ahoj’ and welcome to a new piece on Prague, this time from the Letna District or as it’s called on maps, District 7. (Which sounds a little like The Hunger Games but hey, I never went hungry here.)
I’ll admit it – I was inspired to write this piece and to go discover this area as I’d found this Prague blog page…. http://www.tasteofprague.com/pragueblog/pragueblog/prague-walk-letna-holesovice
This area lived up to its name! I’d read that it was a little more grungy, alternative and ‘hip’ compared to other more traditional areas in Prague and I knew it’d be the perfect choice to escape those pesky Prague tourists.
Letna Park Beergarden
I was staying in District 1 (in the old town) and it was a really close walk to Letna Park. Head towards Letna and in about 10 minutes you’ll be in the park with a beautiful beer garden.
From here, I typed Bio Oko into Google and followed my way there. I knew I wanted to see this place because I’d heard they had good coffee and that the space was cool. It’s actually an arthouse cinema which turns into a bar at night.
I was lucky to be the only one sipping on coffee while there which meant I could take plenty of photos.
District 7 is worth seeing as it’s more ‘local’ and gives you a total breath of fresh air away from the madness of the Old Town.
Jakoby – by Kristyna Javurkova
Complete elation when I stumbled across this store! What a find 🙂 The girl working in the shop was really friendly, spoke perfect English and helped me by writing down some other places I could visit in the area. https://www.facebook.com/KristynaJakobyJavurkova/
This is why I always chat to locals in shops and cafes and restaurants. They always have the best recommendations.
This was on the handwritten recommendation note which I had received at the previous store. This store is a joint venture between 10 designers and artists who make everything from jewellery, to clocks to clothing and eyewear. Wow. It was a visual delight!
Thank you for reading – if you’d like to read more posts from me about the beautiful city of Prague, click the below links.
And as usual, if you have any comments on what you’ve read, feel free to leave me a message.
Click here to follow Kaptain Kenny on Instagram
/ and /
Click here to like Kaptain Kenny on Facebook.
Ciao for now 🙂