A Hedonist's guide to Prague offers an insight into the way the city's fashionable set live. Designed to make it easy to break free from the tourist trail, the emphasis is placed on exploring the vibrancy of the city your own way. Filled with the best old-fashioned Czech and modern restaurants, bars and hotels, it is the perfect antidote to mass-market tourism. Broken down into clear chapters the guide concentrates on the best restaurants and the most exclusive hotels, bars, cafes, nightclubs, spas, sports and shopping in each city. Gone are reams of information, history and culture - this is the definitive guide to the city's top establishments.I20al Od Soumraku I2Ia2 Old Town area l06 prices I07 Radegast 66. l22a3 St Nicholasa#39; Cafe I06a7. I23 SoNa area ... I77 food I28a9 Globe I42 Kavarna Imperial I42a3 Kavaa#39;rna Obecni Dim I43a4 New Town area l6 Nostress CafAc I3. I28.
|Title||:||A Hedonist's Guide to Prague|
|Author||:||Tremayne Carew Pole|
|Publisher||:||A Hedonist's guide to... - 2004|