Slovansky Dum
Na Prikope 22


Loc: 50°5'23.000"N, 14°25'40.600"E

Tram 15,26, 8, 6

Náměstí Republiky

Dlouhá třída


BUS: 207

station: Náměstí Republiky


Metro B
station: Náměstí Republiky


Are you going to Doll Prague exhibition by car?

Palladium– 300 m far from Slovansky dum
No need to make a reservation. You can leave your auto and after payment take it back in a few days. Or on pre-payment base for several days you can drive in and out of parking.
Price 1800Kc/3days, 700Kc/1 day, 50Kc/hour

Panska street
Reservation is necessary. Parking is underground, 100 m far from Slovansky dum. Autocalculator (see the website). Possibility of leaving and coming back any time. Price 540 Kc/day. Reservation for ¼ day always at –till 00/06/12/18

Parking at Main train station – Wilsonova street, 1km far from Slovansky dum
Price 60 Kc/first hour, 40 Kc/ each next hour, 400 Kc/day

P+R Parking out of Prague. No need to make a reservation
Price 20 Kc/day+ 100 Kc/night = 120 Kc/24hours



Slovansky Dum is located in the heart of Prague, right on the main boulevard Na Prikope, next to the Czech National Bank, in front of  the Dust Tower. Directly into the garden is possible to enter in from Senovážné square, about 50 meters from the Jindřišská Tower.

Big Hall (653 m2 + 220 m2) and Gallery (477 square meters).

Both halls are primarily intended for exposition of art works, in the Foyer (72.6 m2) is planned commercial zone. The extension of the Big Hall 1 will be as well as in previous years, space S1/B: ART - HOBBY- TRADE - paradise for visitors, artists and art dolls lovers willing to buy.

Directly from the Great Hall leads staircase to the spacious gallery, where visitors can find exposition of marionettes and animators, a café and snack bar with a relaxation area.

History of Slovansky Dum:

Slovansky Dum

On the street of Na Příkopě sits the “Slovanský Dům” (Slavonic House), a spacious and modern shopping center featuring top stores, restaurants, cafes, beauty salons and a multiplex cinema often showing movies in their original languages instead of dubbed. This unique complex sits on the foundations of 2 medieval houses one of which was supposedly bought by Jan Zizka, the famous Hussite leader in 1414. The current design of the complex has its roots in the 17th century Baroque renovation by Jan Batolomej, Baron Vernier de Rougemont who was also the proprietor of the geometrically designed French Garden located in the courtyard. The 1997 complete reconstruction by PKSC group respected the Baroque-Art Nouveau look, which the building has featured since the beginning of the 20th century. Inside this lovely social complex you will be astonished by the smart, modern design and combination of high-end retailers (Armani, Clinique, Tommy Hilfiger, Calvin Klein, Nautica, etc.), award winning restaurants (Ambiente - a Brazilian Churrascaria, Kogo - top Italian cuisine and a rotating sushi bar), modern administrative space and luxury residential housing. In addition, Slovansky Dům hosts a Cinema City multiplex cinema with 10 air-conditioned theaters and Art Nouveau ballrooms to suit all you conference needs. The French garden in the center of Slovansky Dům has been maintained in the same geometric style up to present days and is the perfect place for a daytime al fresco lunch or an invigorating cup of coffee.