Vinohrady has been named the #32 coolest neighborhood in the world in Time Out’s latest rankings.
The travel magazine and online publication creates its annual world rankings by polling 27,000 city dwellers worldwide on their favorite neighborhoods and having Time Out global editors and writers rank locations according to their community spirit, quality of food, drink and nightlife, culture and sustainability efforts.
Caroline McGinn, Global Editor-in-Chief of Time Out, said: “Time Out’s annual list of the World’s Coolest Neighbourhoods is a love letter to the city at its most joyful and surprising.
“It celebrates the hyperlocal places where the cities of the future are being made up, on the spot.”
“Vinohrady is a gridiron of grand nineteenth-century tenements, interspersed with lush green spaces, is just minutes from Wenceslas Square but feels a world away.”
“The area has taken on a cosmopolitan vibe of late, with international yopros, Erasmus students, and digital nomads all settling in. Several excellent independent shops and cafés cram the buzzing community hub of Jiřího z Poděbrad (JZP) square, which also hosts a popular farmers’ market that draws foodies from across the Czech capital (and is overlooked by the unusual Church of the Most Sacred Heart of Our Lord).”