Prague’s artsy and alternative Mala Strana district is a haven for individualism and creative art, housing several galleries and art collectives, as well as a fantastic museum of modern art in the form of Museum Kampa. It’s greatest gift, though, is the relaxed bohemian charm of the neighborhood.
David Czerny is a national treasure of the Czechs, a truly loved modern artist whose art is clearly visible all over the country’s capital, Prague.
In Mala Strana you can get up close with some of his legendary baby statues, at the courtyard of Museum Kampa, located right on the edge of the Vltava river.
The neighborhood also has some lovely canals, talented street musicians, colorful street art, and a multitude of restaurants and cafés.
Perfect for a relaxed autumn day!