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Modern meets traditional in grand old Prague

Whilst many European cities have gradually modernised and adapted a 21st century look, Prague excels at changing with the times whilst remaining classically beautiful. Strolling around town, you get a sense of Prague’s rich and troubled history, but the culture of old-meets-new cosmopolitan desires to embrace the weekend-away spirit. As for shopping, unearth beautiful craftsmanship and wonderful jewelry.

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Kampa Park

Kampa Park

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Fine dining star Editors' Note

One the first post-1989 Prague restaurants to win the praises of New York Times critics, Kampa Park has never looked back since opening at this prime spot within view of the Charles Bridge.

Year-round terrace seating and the menu of nouvelle conceptions of Central European game, plus the excellent wine list and top-notch service are still winning raves – and not just from finicky US publications.

Kampa Park
Na Kampě 8b, Prague 1, 118 00 Prague
+420 257 532 685
Open 11.30am-1am daily; kitchen closes at 11pm