Although the Žižkov Tower is considered by many to be one of the ugliest towers in the world, it is still the tallest tower in Prague. The tower, built in 1992, is 216 meters high.
From a 93-meter terrace, which is also a café and a restaurant, you can enjoy views of the entire city. There is even a row of hanging ball chairs, which allow you to relax in front of the view - provided it is not crowded, of course. And by the way, the tower also has a hotel. It is not a hotel with lots of rooms, like a hotel should be. This is a luxury hotel with only one room. More of a luxurious suite than a room, from which you can look out over the whole city and go to sleep like this, with the view spread out before you.
From the outside, if you look closely at the tower's pillars, you will notice the giant statues of babies climbing on it, sculpted and installed by the creative artist with the special humor, the Czech David Charney. You will encounter the works of this talented and insolent artist in several corners of Prague.