The 5 Best Areas in Prague for Tourists (First Time Visit)
Tour the great city that was meant for walking as you visit the most historic places in Europe. Begin by visiting the Powder Tower that was used as gun powder store in ancient times. Proceed to see the Tyn Church that extends to almost half of the Old Town Square and witness the Gothic culture.
Lastly, visit the surviving Old New Synagogue before connecting to Lesser Town via the historic Charles Bridge.
2. New Town
The city not only survived the ruins of World War II, but also protected the expensive history of Czech Republic. Enjoy a captivating eye sighting as you walk through the Vysehrad Park.
Witness the work of American architect, the Dancing House, by Frank Gehry. Finish your tour of the city by stopping at the Wenceslas Square.
Calling it Lesser Town is a bit satirical since it is very clustered, lovely, and picturesque. It is the home to Czech’s biggest church, St. Nicholas, which was founded in 1703.
Other medieval buildings that will catch your eye are Smiricky Palace and Old Town Hall. Both buildings define the history of the nation from the 10th Century. The Petrin Hill gives a clear sky view of the city on a good day. The trees on this hill are covered in bloom during spring.
It is a green city that means vineyard. The town is filled with Art Deco houses for sightseeing. In case you need a professional help while on vacation, this is the town to go for. Make sure to visit its historic attractions such as Church of the Most Sacred Heart of Our Lord which was inspired by the Noah’s Ark.
Pose for a photo standing next to the famous Husuc Sbor, the church with skylight rooftop. Lastly, catch the metro train next to the Peace Square before calling it a day in Vinohrady.
Apart from spending your stay in the shadow of a castle, tourists can enjoy the city from its many appeals. You can visit the Royal Garden which produced the first tulips in Europe as you get to know St. Vitus Cathedral which is the most important and treasured cathedral in all of Czech.
Walk majestically on the Golden Lane of Prague Castle as you head out to see St. George’s Basilica, the church with colourful baroque facade.