We also learned from other people's travel notes that this place is located in the most central part of the old city of Prague, belonging to a relatively small number of attractions, but the door is not very conspicuous, we need to look carefully to find it. Two front photos were put for your reference. The only thing here is to take photos of the stairs of the cannons. Remember Jiangsu, the photos must be taken from the bottom to the top. It's easy to get the bulb effect by adjusting the light to the characters.
The Czech building has always been very fond of, dark red wall prominent solemnity.
The first floor is a cafe, but not for coffee, but specifically to see the construction of a novel staircase, from the bottom up, the staircase turns like an electric light bulb, very interesting, not many people, you can take casual photos, especially indoor light is dim, the best angle is surrounded, can only be in the side of a variety of borrowed positions, and finally take the desired photos.
A dark brown building with 150 CZK entrance tickets and a cafe is good.
The buildings have their own characteristics and the surrounding traffic is more convenient.
It's a very, very famous scenic spot for guides to take a good look around.