The exhibitions remain closed in line with the government restrictions. This also apply to the Library and Archive.
Cafes and restaurants
Newly, you may enjoy one of the finest views of Prague while savouring quality food and drink. A team from Ambiente, a fixture of Czech gastronomy, led by chef Marek Janouch prepares traditional Czech cuisine using aristocratic recipes. You can choose from one of the meals warming up in large copper pots on the great stove; in summer, you can stave off hunger with one of the grilled dishes. Should you wish to couple your gastronomic experience with a visit to an exhibition in one of the three National Gallery buildings at Prague Castle, we recommend seeing art first – you will have a hard time leaving the Kitchen.
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Café NGP Kinský
Situated directly in Old Town Square, the quiet café with a First Czechoslovak Republic air is remarkable for its offer of traditional Czech and foreign cuisine. The luncheon menu will please anyone looking for a tasty lunch at a reasonable price; the fixed menu will cater for the needs even of particularly discerning guests.
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After visiting the exhibition in the Trade Fair Palace, go to the Kolektor café! Amazing offer selected coffee, craft beers, delicious homemade cakes and other snacks.
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