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Kampa Island
Prague is home to a number of islands. Kampa, in Prague’s charming Malá Strana district, is among the most popular. Tucked between the Vltava River and the romantic Čertovka tributary, this island park comes alive in the warmer months with picnickers, dog walkers, and friends gathered on the greenery desperate to catch up on their vitamin D. With direct views of the Vltava’s roaring rapids and the city’s famous Charles Bridge, Kampa is also home to the Kampa Museum, a former mill turned modern art museum dedicated to Central European art. Artist David Černý’s gigantic crawling babies are outside the building to its left. You can also walk through the museum’s inner courtyard to see other freestanding works and the thin waterfall trail that runs through the building. At the south end of the park is Mlýnská kavárna, a café that takes its name from the mill that you can look into when you cross the tiny bridge to get to the café. At the north end of the island is a tiny adjoined park that feels like your own little refuge.
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Kampa Island, 118 00 Prague-Prague 1, Czechia