Prague Off the Map

Your Alternative Prague Guide

Top 10 Alternative Prague Sights

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There’s a lot more to Prague than its historical center. In fact, a lot of hidden treasures are scattered throughout the heart of the city, but if you don’t know where to look, they may very well escape your radar. Explore the other, alternative side of Prague full of beer gardens, flea markets, street art and the Vietnamese Market Sapa here!

Bars & Night Life

Hany Bany bar

Jdeme na pivo! Let’s go for a beer (or five)! You’ll find a myriad of bars and underground nightlife in Prague. Want to know where the best indie concerts are in Prague? Or how about a bar where you can set your own price? We’ll expose all of those cheap, alternative, and sometimes stinky dive bars and those places where the cool kids hang out.

Cheap Eats

chlebicky Praha

Vegetarian? Sausage-lover? Self-caterer? Prague restaurants and specialty shops have something for everyone and at a reasonable price. If you’re on the hunt for the best pub food in Prague ala „hermelín“ (aka pickled camembert cheese) or „utopenec“ (literally „drowned man“ sausage) or just want to have a nice meal, then read on and dobrou chuť!

Art Galleries & Exhibits

Photo credit: achim kepp

Bountiful graffiti. Alien babies crawling up the Žižkov TV tower courtesy of David Černý. Creativity pours out of this city. In fact, the art scene seems to be getting better and stranger.

Alternative Prague Tours

Alternative Prague Tours

Come explore the city with Prague Off the Map! We’ll take you places other guides won’t. Get to know the city’s graffiti scene on our Best of Prague Graffiti tour. Or explore David Černý’s controversial art pieces on our David Černý – Tour of Controversy! See Prague from another perspective, one that’s not on the map.

Coolest Prague Districts

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The center of Prague is beautiful and magical place, but it’s also full of tourists! With a little help from Prague Off the Map, you can find those undiscovered local places in the city center (Prague 1). Luckily, there is plenty to explore in Prague’s districts once you tire from the crowds. We highly recommend checking out Vinohrady (Prague 2) with its tree-lined streets and Gay-friendly vibe; Letná (Prague 7) with its huge parks, art galleries, and great cafes; and Žižkov (Prague 3) known for its numerous cheap and hip bars.

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