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Shopping Centre Metropole Zličín, Prague

ikona_disabled22Zlicin shopping mall was on of the first multi function complexes in Czech Republic and even today it is still the most visited. Offers great entertainment, wide selection of shops and services. Our goal is to set a pleasant environment where you can find everything you need and where you can spend your free time with family and friends.This web page informs you what is going on here, what special offers we have or just informs you about anything you are interested in. » More »


Restaurant U zeleného stromu, Prague 1

ikona_disabled22This classic Prague restaurant with longstanding tradition is located in the very heart of Prague right next to the Bethlehem Chapel, in the house on the corner of Bethlehem square and Husova street. We offer you enjoyable gathering in stylish environment of typical beerhouse very well known in between locals. The restaurant is divided into four spaces “ TANKOVNA, SALANDA,FORMANKA AND BETHLEM“ and the capacity is 350 seats. The cellarage and saloons are perfect opportunity for throwing wedding receptions, birthday parties, bussiness or other meetings. » More »


AQUAPARK, Centrum Babylon, Liberec

ikona_disabled22Visit indoor themed water paradise, open all year round.

Our offer:
* swimming pools and water slides
* unique adrenaline space-bowl for the brave
* 4 tobogans
* chutes
* romantic caves » More »


iQPARK, Centrum Babylon, Liberec

ikona_disabled22Visit the first entertainment-educational centre in the Czech Republic. Come and play and experiment. There are more than a hundred attractive, interactive, entertaining and educationing exhibits and attractions on an area of over 1000 sq.m.You can play and experiment. We offer you to spend your spare time in a worthwhile fashion fulfilling Comenius’s – schola ludus (learning with games).

Our offer:

* interactive, playful, fun and educational exhibits from all walks of life » More »

Galerie Miro, Prague 1

ikona_disabled22This church, located on the grounds of Strahov Monastery, is one of the city's most unusual. It is a tall, slender combination of Renaissance, baroque and Gothic styles. It is used by a successful Slovak art dealer to house one of his three Prague galleries. Regular sales exhibitions feature accessible modern art of the corporate boardroom variety, as well as masters such as Dali, Braque and Picasso. Don't forget to bring your cheque-book! » More »

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