Getting around Prague

As in any city, the best way to enjoy the city centre is simply walking around. In fact the city centre is not that big and you can enjoy long walks from Prague castle to the old town square, passing by Mala Strana and Charles Bridge. It is a very enjoyable walk and you won’t get lost… you just have to follow the flow of people!

Still if you’re short on time, or don’t feel like walking too much, Prague public transports are very good and quite cheap, and taxis are not expensive either. Should you get a taxi for a short inner city ride, you’ll probably end up paying something around 5 euros.

To get more details on public transports and taxis in Prague, have a look at the posts in the dedicated sections.

Kogo restaurant, an excellent Italian restaurant

It’s true, it’s not difficult to find an Italian restaurant in Prague. The great majority of them have both great pizzas and pasta, are cheap. Still Kogo definitely stands out, with the quality and variety of products they offer, but also with the quality of service they provide.

Two Kogo restaurants in Prague

There are two Kogo restaurants in Prague, one in Slovansky Dum (small retail centre on Na Prikope), and one on Havelska street, very close to Wenceslas square.

The first one is the largest one and tends to be a very busy place at lunch time, with many people working in the area, coming to enjoy the great quality served here daily. Not only Kogo serves excellent pizza and pasta, but they also have a great variety of risottos, meat dishes, and fish. The chef always cooks your meal the right way, and the food is served by very friendly staff. In summer time, the terrace is a great place to enjoy Prague’s nice warm weather at the same time as you enjoy your great Italian food.

The second Kogo (the first one that opened) is a smaller one and maybe more appropriate for dinner, with a nice intimate atmosphere… probably great for a romantic dinner! The waiters are always here to make sure everything goes all right, and are also here to help you when choosing your drink from the extensive and varied wine list they have. Whether you feel like having an Argentinean, French, Italian or even Montenegrin wine, you’ll have something on the list to please you.

I’ve been many times to Kogo and have to admit I’ve never had a bad experience. Whether you go there for lunch or dinner, it’s always a great experience!

Should you want to visit their website or learn more about Kogo other restaurants in Czech Republic, visit Kogo restaurants’ website.

Restaurants & Cafes in Prague

Whether you live or come to Prague for a few days, you have a great chance, Prague is full of great and affordable restaurants. From the local Czech “hospoda” (local Czec h restaurant) to one of the best restaurant in the country, Kampa Park, Prague has a great variety of restaurants to offer.

A great choice of restaurants

Whether you feel like eating Japanese, French, Italian or Indian, you’ll have a great choice of restaurants to choose from. Either cafes/bistro kind, or fine dining, you’ll have restaurants that match any budget!

Most restaurants are good-value for money but you may have the occasional restaurant that has higher prices just because it is located on a touristic site such as old town square.

Have a look at our reviews to choose the restaurant that is to your liking!