Fancy a bit of the bohemian life? Do as Mozart did and go to "Střelák", as the locals call the Archer's Island. Prague's most popular island is a place where something's always happening. And if there is a moment of stillness, never mind. The view you get at the Charles Bridge and Kampa, reflecting on the river, is still very much worth it.
When Mozart looked for a place to relax, he had to do with a small theatre group in a wooden cabin. You won't find it standing here anymore today, but luckily the Archer's Island still has a lot to offer. Various events take place here all year round. In summer, you can chill on a bean bag and watch a film in the open-air cinema. This is the centre of the town, but you're out in the greenery at the same time. Leave the rush of the city behind for a moment and listen to the rhythm of the oasis between the two banks of Prague.