Žižkov Television Tower
Time Out says
A staple of the Prague skyline with fine dining and drinking options, plus an observation deck and exclusive hotel suite
Many visitors know this tallest building in Prague as the rocket-shaped landmark with the baby sculptures crawling up the sides (courtesy of controversial Czech sculptor David Černý). What most don’t realize are the entertainment options inside. An observation deck offers a panorama that differs from the perspectives of the many Old Town or Malá Strana viewpoints. Oblaca provides high-end dining in a restaurant or bar setting with top quality service and presentation. The One Room Hotel is a spacious suite among the stars for a one-of-a-kind place to spend the night. And of course, admiring the tower from afar, lit at night with in the red, white, and blue colors of the Czech flag, is absolutely free.
Time Out tip: To enter the bar, restaurant, or observation deck you’ll need to check in with a host on the ground floor before taking an elevator up to your level.
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