Situated in the Bila Hora area, the Hvezda Summer Palace or Hvezda Summer Pavilion is one of the most exciting Renaissance attractions of Prague. This palace of Ferdinand I of Tyrol was built in 1555 by his own design. It was then tastefully decorated by the Italian duo Maria Aostalli and Giovanni Lucchese. The Chateau is now the Museum of Czech Literature, which, on top of housing various Czech Literary treasures, also features an exhibition that shows the building's development and history.
Opened and owned by an Italian transplant, Ristorante Adriatico gives you that undeniably-Italian... Read more