This palace built on the side of the Wenceslas square in the beginning of 20th century attracts nowadays visitors not only because of its unusual architecture (the name Lucerna translates as Lantern) but also because of a strange upside down statue of St. Wenceslas. The statue was made by a contemporary Czech artist, David Cerny, from a vary light material, which allows it to be hanged from the glass ceiling. Palace Lucerna is famous for its Music Bar and their 80's music selection. Moreover, it is possible to visit the rooftop of the palace and enjoy its unique view. We also recommend cafe Lucerna for traditional drinks and deserts. Perfect place to hide on a rainy day!