The city enjoys a scenic beauty of the Vitava River that runs through it. Whether you are a local resident or a vivacious tourist eager to tour the history in this modern world, Prague has all that you need to see during your stay.
Prague’s Top Neighbourhoods include the Old Town area. It is the most popular city with overwhelming number of tourists every year. Also, it has the highest number of attractions compared to other neighbourhoods. The mode of transport is efficient with buses, tram, and subway easily available. The city has expensive but excellent accommodations due to high number of visitors.
The Nove Mesto (The New Town) neighbourhood part of town is not newly built as you may be mislead but it’s an English translation of the name Nove Mesto. However, it is the youngest town in Prague’s history. It has magnificent Gothic churches, the famous Wenceslas Square, and baroque buildings.
Hradcany (Castle District) is the home to world’s most sophisticated castle. The complexity of the Prague Castle extends as the city’s skyline. You will be delighted to see the castle where ancient Czech rulers used to seat and perform pagan sacrifices. Lastly, it is quieter and hospitable for travellers with subdue lifestyle.
Mala Strana, locally known as Lesser Town, puts a stop to visitors hankering for picturesque places in Czech. It is located below the Prague Castle and filled with traditional pubs, historical burgher houses and charming streets. The city rejuvenates your thoughts after a long strenuous day through therapeutic sightseeing.
The Vinohrady district looks young and full of nature. It has the second largest park in Czech, the Havlickovy sady. It is a gay friendly town and home to millennial. Public transport is great and visitors on a tight budget are welcome, but with caution!
If you travel by train staying close to Prague main railway Station and Praha Holesovice can be very convenient. Cheap deals for top hotels in Prague can be booked all over the city.
What’s the best area to experience the city as a local or when visiting the first time, what’s the best district for families and couples or for nightlife, or where to stay on a budget ? Read on below to find out more best neighbourhoods to stay in Prague Czech Republic.
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