Cinemas in Prague
Although Prague is home to many modern multiplexes, the town's "traditional cinemas" offer the charm and undeniable atmosphere of going to the movies.
Kino Lucerna is one of the oldest and most beautiful cinemas in Europe, opened in the early 20th century. The cinema shows Czech movies (often with English subtitles) as well as foreign films and the occasional film festival.
For movie lovers, we recommend the Atlas (www.kinoatlas.cz ), which is located close to the Florenc metro stop. Entirely rebuilt following the 2002 floods, the large room is wonderful and equipped with a large screen.
Close to Karlovo Namestí, Kino Mat (www.mat.cz) offers an excellent and diverse programme as well. Closer to Wenceslas is Kino Svetozor (www.kinosvetozor.cz),which specializes in foreign and avant-garde films.
Outside the centre, but not too far away, is Kino Orechovka, Na Orechovce 250/30, Prague 6, not far from the castle. A visit here is a guaranteed voyage into the past, especially if you do not know this district of Prague. You will have the feeling that you have left the capital and have arrived in a charming village