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Kino Lucerna

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Wenovo wrote a review Sep 2020
Morris County, New Jersey2,091 contributions8,263 helpful votes
Kino Lucerna . Kino means Cinema , Movie Theater. Kino Lucerna is the oldest cinema in Prague. Showcasing the old grandeur of Prague. The name comes from the location in the Lucerna Passage. So popular with locals, dating back to mid 20th century. Surviving intact the communist era. For me, it truly defines the meaning of travel back in time. I keep promising myself to find the time to see a movie there, unfortunately always run out of time. Who goes to movies, while traveling ? With better planning I think I will, next time !
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Date of experience: October 2019
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UD K wrote a review Jun 2020
363 contributions113 helpful votes
This is an open air rooftop bar, accessed by an paternoster elevator, which requires quick reflexes. The Prague views from it are not nearly as good as what you'll see at Višegrad or the Strahovský klášter, and the "Cherry Orchard" is pitiful. There are only few low seats, poorly matched to the high tables. All in all, the place seems neglected and poorly maintained. We have not been there during their musical sunset concerts-- perhaps the music makes it all better, but it is unlikely that we shall find out any time soon.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Sarx wrote a review Jan 2020
120 contributions53 helpful votes
Kino Lucerna is located in Pasáž Lucerna. Kino is not the only interesting thing in that pasagge. If you go all the way to the end od the passage, on the left before the exit there is a paternoster lift (the non stop running elevator) for two people at the time, which will take you all the way up, to the rooftop, which is open every saturday, sunday and monday from 3pm till sunset. There is a small bar where you can get a drink while you're enjoying the view. If you are planning a trip to Prague, i highly recommend you checking a YouTube channel Honest Guide, where i found a lot of different places and interesting things in Prague.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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DOMYNO wrote a review Apr 2018
Sheffield, United Kingdom738 contributions68 helpful votes
Beautiful Period Cinema . V Havel ,s Father,s Legacy. Watched Bohemia Road Movie. " Tatovo Volha ". Serious But not Without Humour.. Czech , No Subtitles. Fine Acting. Even Better Scenery. Retired after to Lucerna Cafe. Period Setting also. Wonderful Afternoon & Evening.
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Date of experience: March 2018
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Marie K wrote a review Feb 2018
Prague, Czech Republic190 contributions46 helpful votes
Traveling in time - behind this non pretty looking building there is one special cinema theatre. Interior is beautiful, same is caffeteria upstairs. Enjoy movie night like you were in the beginning of 20th century. Every cinema ticket can be used as a discount at caffeteria. So forget about big modern cinemas and visit this place instead. You will not regret it.
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Date of experience: March 2017
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