For Prague residents, Žižkov is synonymous with pubs. There are more places to knock back a Pilsner Urquell or a shot of Fernet Stock per square inch here than anywhere else in the city, giving it a kind of seedy reputation that it doesn't deserve. Nowadays the district is starting to recoup. Some of the city's coolest cafés, clubs, and trendy apartments have opened up here. There are still some—in fact, lots of—crumbling, run-down areas, but it's also one of the most interesting districts in the city for its nightlife and dining.


National Memorial on Vítkov Hill

Vítkov Hill, one of the highest points in the city, is topped by the largest equestrian statue in the world—a…

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Žižkov TV Tower

Looking like a freakish, futuristic rocket ready to blast off, the Žižkov TV Tower is easily visible from around the…

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