(Czech: Palác Žofín)
#23 of 162 things to do in Prague
The neo-Renaissance Žofín Palace is one of the most important cultural and social centres in Prague. Concerts, conferences, and balls are held here.
Before 1817, a spa, a dye-house, and also a pub were built on the island. In 1830, the island was bought by a miller named Václav Novotný, who built a house here in the years 1836 - 1837, and in place of the old pub he built a one-storied new-Renaissance building with a concert hall and a social hall, according to the plans of architect Carl Pollak.
New Town, Slovanský ostrov 226, Prague
Suggested Duration: one hour trip