Off the Beaten Path – a few interesting places to visit

Beer with train

Beer in this modern Czech restaurant serves almost gold jewelry “silver platter”. Only in a kind of Czech design. After ordering a beer depot Vytopna on Wenceslas square in the present tracks, sandwiched between beer tables, the guests quickly train arrives with a pint of your favorite beverage.

Fascinating, extraordinary spectacle runs past the mini-train has a magical effect not only on adult travelers, but also for their children, for whom the restaurant also has a special, landscaped area. “Ticket” to the depot is best to book in advance as free table without a booking – it is very rare.

Where to find: Václavské nám?stí 802/56
Admission: Free

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Mystical rotunda

This is one of the oldest buildings in Prague, on direct existence of which are known only to the most inquisitive tourists. Rotunda (in the lane. with armor. “round”) st. Cross – the old romanesque church in the age of ten centuries, nestled close to the Charles Bridge parallel to the city’s waterfront. It looks concise, elegant structure has a very mystical stuffing. There are true legends that earlier in this very spot was a pond in which the sufferer was drowned girl, adopted christianity against the wishes of their parents. During late night storm over the pond ascended into the sky cross, which was adopted as a divine sign. There is another version: under the building rotunda is a real cache of untold wealth. What would this not believe you, but next to these powerful, mysterious walls back involuntarily runs a slight chill.

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