Books and City Guides about Prague

Although Prague-Now gives an (almost) complete overview of what to do and what to see in Prague, including upcoming events, it is very handy to have a guidebook on hand when visiting Prague.

The editor of Prague-Now made a list not only of guide book but also of novels that take place in Prague or in which Prague plays a prominent part.

Good Soldier Svejk – Jaroslav Hasek

The Good Soldier Švejk by Jaroslav Hasek is a comic masterpiece and a world classic. This provocative, mickey-taking book was translated into many languages and filmed several times. Jaroslav Hašek describes first-hand the bizarre life in pre and post-war...

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DK Eyewitness Travel Prague

Prague, capital city of the Czech Republic has much to offer; from Gothic and Baroque buildings in the Old Town to a castle on top of a hill overlooking the Vltava River. Façades tattooed with sgrafitti – Storch House with a fresco of Saint Wenceslas or lavishly...

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Good Soldier Svejk – Jaroslav Hasek

The Good Soldier Švejk by Jaroslav Hasek is a comic masterpiece and a world classic. This provocative, mickey-taking book was translated into many languages and filmed several times. Jaroslav Hašek describes first-hand the bizarre life in pre and post-war...

read more

DK Eyewitness Travel Prague

Prague, capital city of the Czech Republic has much to offer; from Gothic and Baroque buildings in the Old Town to a castle on top of a hill overlooking the Vltava River. Façades tattooed with sgrafitti – Storch House with a fresco of Saint Wenceslas or lavishly...

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