Prague 10 is situated in the south-eastern part of the capital and includes the historical municipalities of Vršovice, Strašnice, Malešice, Záběhlice, a quiet section of Vinohrady and a small part of Žižkov. This diverse city district includes a villa quarter, town houses, housing estates, as well as many sports venues, green or cultural spaces. 19th century block development predominates in Vršovice. Vinohrady evokes an atmosphere of tranquillity and elegance of the 1930s. Some homesteads in Strašnice and Malešice have been developed and built-up with small villas, terrace houses and tenements. The park in Prague’s Malešice quarter has been reconstructed and now offers all generations a place for relaxation and active leisure. It contains water features, circuits for cyclists and inline skaters and a children’s playground. In Michle you can find all the basic types of urban developments ranging from Art Nouveau tenements dating back to the 20th century and Functionalist houses of the first half of the 20th century, housing estates, industrial and retail areas to modern commercial building quarters. Besides amazing industrial architecture, Hostivař can also boast a modern and unique project of family houses immediately next to a golf centre which, once completed, will include about a hundred comfortable family houses.
In Prague’s Vršovice district you can visit the first coffee shop where you can play more than 500 table top games. The business was established in Vršovice by an American living in the Czech Republic. After paying a single charge you can play for as long as you want. Come and have fun, have a coffee and take in the American atmosphere.