Besides searching for pianos, we also had time for some sightseeing. The castle was an obvious place to see, and hanging at the Vltava river is always fun. I also like the district of Žižkov a lot. It is an old working-class district which used to be independent, left-wing, bohemian, somewhat rough and proud about it.
There is also a cool looking TV-tower in Žižkov:
Following a hint by a friend we met, we found also one more piano. This one was in Myslbek shopping gallery, close to the old town.
Next city to visit was the lovely Prague. Before arriving, I found out via a friend living there about Piána na ulici (pianos on the street) project. They install pianos in public places for people to play and enjoy creating and hearing music.
So, I arrived in Prague, this time accompanied by Annika (who also has designed the graphics for the 100-piano quest), and we started looking for the street pianos, not forgetting also to enjoy the city!
The first one we located easily at the New Town Hall / cafe Neustadt, not far away from the hostel where we stayed.