Just as a chameleon can swivel its eyes in independent directions, each room or limb of this house on the outskirts of Prague, in the village of Lipence, is focused on a different part of the site.
With its fairytale vistas and legendary beer, it’s little wonder that Prague remains a perennially popular destination. The majority of tourists never find their way out of the historic centre’s maze of cobbled lanes – and frankly, they’re missing out, as in recent years the city’s suburbs have undergone a veritable renaissance.
Poverty tourism: homeless guides show Prague's less salubrious side
Clownish high-jinx and quirky, otherworldly imaginings find a natural home onstage in Prague.
The Czech nation boasts an impressive array of gothic ruins perched on vertiginous hilltops, fortresses guarded by crenelated battlements, and baroque chateaux encircled by splendid gardens fit for the grandest princess.
The terms espresso bar and ‘anarchic ethical hacker collective’ don’t usually go together but this radical bitcoin-only hub in the Czech capital is no ordinary cafe
Food and Drink: The Fruit Magpie
While some may balk at snacking on offal, this traditional Czech meat jelly made from porcine head and trotters is the perfect accompaniment to the new generation of Czech craft beers.