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We are the first cat café in Prague – in business since October 2014. You can meet seven cats of various ages, sizes, and personalities in our café – namely Stella, Minnie, Oliver, Muffin, Marie Terezie, Noxík, Bořek and the youngest Teddy. Our cats come mostly from animal shelters and they love company of our guests. So whether you are planning on having a cup of coffee with a piece of cake, homemade lemonades, or a glass of wine, whether you are planning on reading your favourite book or just enjoying the atmosphere you are most likely to end up with a ball of fur in your lap. You are going to fall for our cats. Come and see! We are looking forward to your visit!
Bořivojova 1102/43, 130 00 Praha 3
Original Cat Cafe
Enjoy 800 m full of fun with your family and friends or just relax in the restaurant with the magnificent view. Bobsled run in Prague, that means safe 1-2 person sleds running down the 800 meters long chute made of steel. Scared of high speed? Don`t worry, one can easily control the speed by using the brake. And after the ride a safe lift takes you back up to the top of the hill. About to rise your adrenaline level? Try our Rope Park, challenging adventure in the heights of around 5 m! (Children from 3 years may try Children Rope Park with low obstacles and, most recently, a big trampoline.) The Bobsleigh restaurant, Prague attraction The Bobsleigh restaurant, part of the bobsleigh area, is only few minutes from the busy city centre but surrounded by an oasis of green and quiet. Here, between the Machalka vinyard and natural forests, you can meet with your friends, family, colleagues or clients and taste fresh food from our expansive menu, and also view the sights of Prague and the bobsleigh. Come to visit one of the best atraction in Prague!
Prosecká 906/34b, Praha
Starting on Saturday, the 25th March 2017, in the streets of Prague, you can encounter the nostalgic No. 23 line which is fully serviced by our legendary historic T3 trams. The new nostalgic line is in operation in the Královka – Malovanka – Pražský hrad – Královský letohrádek – Malostranská – Malostranské náměstí – Újezd – Národní divadlo – Národní třída – Karlovo náměstí – I. P. Pavlova – Vinohrady – Zvonařka section. On this line the standard fare in accordance with the PID Tariff is valid. The new line is scheduled to operate daily between cca. 8.30 a.m. and 7 p.m. at 30-minute intervals (on weekends and holidays in the period from late April to mid-October at intervals of 15-20 minutes). You can find the timetable for this line here. The History of the T3 tram in Prague Prior to the Second World War the modernisation of the tram rolling stock had become an issue for the Electrical Companies (the PPT Co’s predecessor). In 1951 the Tatra Smíchov factory came-up with the prototype of a new T1 tram. The tramcar was built based on a completely new concept of the Presidents’ Conference Committee Car (PCC), and it is equipped […]
Nostalgic Line No. 23
During weekends from March to November, historical tram vehicles leave the Střešovice depot on their regular route through the city centre on line No. 41. The line is in operation from the 30th March to the 18th November 2018 on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays from 12:00 p.m. to around 5:00 p.m. For the year 2018, its route is as follows: Vozovna Střešovice – Brusnice Pražský hrad – Královský letohrádek – Malostranská – Malostranské náměstí – Hellichova – Újezd – Národní divadlo – Národní třída – Lazarská – Vodičkova – Václavské náměstí – Jindřišská – Masarykovo nádraží – Náměstí republiky – Dlouhá třída – Nábřeží Kapitána Jaroše – Strossmayerovo náměstí – Veletržní – Výstaviště Holešovice. Historical tramline can however be affected by detours. Fares on the nostalgic line are CZK 35 for adults, and CZK 20 for children up to the age of 15, a pram with a child, and for the disabled and seniors above the age of 70.
Historical Tram Line No. 41
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