Vyšehradský hřbitov | Vysehrad cemetery in Praha, Hlavní město Praha. This is a hilltop cemetery and church. With its unique headstones, sculptures and shrines, this place is beautiful and one of a kind. I have never seen a cemetery like this one anywhere else. Next to the cemetery is a park with about three restaurants and cafes surrounding it. The views from the park are breathtaking especially around sunset.
Grand Cafe Orient - Prague Prague’s only Cubist cafe, the Orient was designed by Josef Gočár and is Cubist down to the smallest detail, including the lampshades and coat hooks. It was restored and reopened in 2005, having been closed since 1920. Decent coffee and inexpensive cocktails. Read more: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/czech-republic/prague/entertainment-nightlife/other/grand-cafe-orient#ixzz36555oKxk
A flock of Thonet chairs at the Kavarna Imperial (Cafe Imperial) in Prague, perhaps the most famous of Prague's coffee houses. The chairs are still in production in Czechoslovakia by TON. First produced by Michael Thonet in 1861