Einzelbilderz is a chain of 100% vegan grocery stores in Europe. The Prague store is located in the Praha 2 – Vinohrady district, close to the National Museum and Wenceslas Square. Special services in this store include: a vegan bistro with 20 seats (during the summer with an open patio!) your place to pick up your order from the online shop
First time in Prague? Join the one and only veggie food tour. Get off the beaten path and enjoy the view at the veggie life by a perspective of a local guide. Tours are suitable for anyone, who simply loves healthy lifestyle and great tasty food. vegetarians, vegans, raw eaters or anyone who likes healthy life style is welcome to join our food tour. This food tour is focused on showing people great veggie restaurants around the Old Town while discovering the contrast between the present and our rich history. All restaurant we visit are chosen by heart of local guides who grew up in Prague and Prague is not just a city for them. It is a passion and it is a lifestyle. Healthy and happy lifestyle. Tour Duration: 4 hours Cost: 80EUR / 2000CZK Visit 4 destinations and enjoy 7 courses!
The Astronomical Clock is a nearly 600 year old timepiece that is centered in the Old Town Hall Tower in the Old Square of Prague. The original function of the clock was to depict the movement of celestial bodies– telling time was a secondary feature. The clock features figures of the 12 Apostles, as well as other carved figures representing elements of humanity (a skeleton representing the march of time for all, a miser representing vice and avarice, etc). On every hour, a figure of Christ marches out of the clock. There is a daily schedule of tours in various languages available for the Astronomical Tower (more information here).
St. Vitus Cathedral is the dominant building in Prague, built in the gothic architectural style. Though a historic site in the city, St Vitus is still the site of daily religious services. Visitors can choose either a free or paid tour of the cathedral, with the paid tour giving access to areas that are not available in the free roaming areas.
The Charles Bridge (Karlův most) is the oldest bridge in Prague, Czech Republic, and was built to replace a previous bridge that had been damaged in the mid-1300s. The bridge is constructed of sandstone blocks, and either end is flanked by fortified towers. There are 30 carved statues of saints that line the length of the bridge, which spans 16 arches.
The John Lennon wall in Prague was once a blank space that is now filled with quotes and images of the late musician and artist. Despite efforts over the years to remove or cover up the graffiti that is attracted here, the culture has persevered to make the wall a continuous space for hope, peace, and inspiration.
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