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Prague Streets, Squares and Neighbourhoods

Prague attractions: historical quarters and trendy squares

Streets, Squares and Neighbourhoods

1 Wenceslas Square
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Wenceslas Square is considered as one of the main city squares in the New Town of Prague. It is one of the two main squares in the city. This square is around 750 meters long and 60 meters wide and it was laid around 600 years ago....

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Address: San Venceslao square

2 Jewish district & Klaus Synagogue
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Rank: 5 About 198

One of the most beautiful monuments of the historical center of Prague, also the synagogues that arise within the Jewish Quarter or Josefov deserve a prominent place. The wonder of these places, however, conceals a sad and gloomy atmosphere: close to...

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3 Malà Strana
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Rank: 8 About 198

Malá Strana is an important district located in Prague, Czech Republic. It is one of the most historic regions of the city. Baroque architecture predominates the district. Wallenstein...

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Address: Malà Strana

4 Stare Mesto
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Rank: 9 About 198

Stare Mesto, or Old Town, is the heart of the Czech capital: here are some of the most important and characteristic monuments of Prague, starting from the Old Town Square, Namesti (Old Town Square) Astronomical Clock with the spectacular and the town...

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Address: Stare Mesto

5 The Golden Lane
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Rank: 11 About 198

The Golden Lane is one of the most typical streets of the city. There are so many small houses in pastel color, which seems to be a set of a cartoon. The alley has undergone several renovations and now the dotted houses have become shops, health food...

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Address: Jirská 3/1, 11900 Praha-Hradcany, Repubblica Ceca

6 Old Town Square
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Rank: 13 About 198

Old Town Square is one of the two main Squares in the city center of Prague, Czech Republic. This square dates back to the 12th Century and was originally a...

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7 Kampa Island
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Rank: 17 About 198

Surrounded by the Moldova river, Kampa Island is surrounded by gardens and buildings from the eighteenth century. It is the perfect place to take a walk without departing from the center of Prague, but at the same time keeping away the noise of the...

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Address: Na Kampe

8 Nove Mesto
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Rank: 23 About 198

Nové Mesto (the New Town) is a quarter located in Prague, Czech Republic. It is considered as the largest and youngest of the five independent towns that date back from the Middle Ages to 1784....

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Address: Novè Mĕsto

9 Prague 1
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Rank: 51 About 198

Prague 1 is known as the oldest city and was the original Town of Prague. This neighborhood has the most attractive densest number of attractions for the tourists and the residents too. There are also frequent visitors at the Prague 1...

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10 Maltezske square
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Rank: 93 About 198

The importance of Maltezske square is all in the beauty of the historic buildings that surround it and the monumental Plague Column which stands in the center, built in the seventeenth century after the terrible epidemic disease that struck the city....

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Address: Maltezske

11 Prague 4
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Rank: 101 About 198

Prague 4 is the perfect area of the city for those who want to play sports or just relax. In fact, the area is characterized by large gardens where you can go jogging or lie down and read a book. This district is also the University and deserves...

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Address: Praga 4

12 Nerudova
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Rank: 103 About 198

The Nerudova is the oldest street in the city and connects, through the Charles Bridge, the Old Town to the Castle. Even today, in old houses you can see the crests of families that lived htere and several baroque statues. The street was named after...

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Address: Nerudova

13 Prague 5
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Rank: 104 About 198

In Prague 5 there are several offices and, above all, a huge shopping mall suitable for shopping for all the family. This district also includes a small part of the Old Town and Lesser Town and is located only a few blocks away from the village of...

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14 Royal avenue
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Rank: 111 About 198

A walk along the Royal Route takes you to places that have shaped the history of the city and beyond. Those same seats were in fact crossed by the processions that preceded the coronation of the kings of Bohemia. A beautiful location in the historical...

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Address: Prasnà bràna

15 Golden Lane
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Rank: 116 About 198

Golden Lane is a street in Prague that is named after goldsmiths who settled there in the 17th Century. The original name of the street was Goldmakers Lane. Originally, Rudolf II was the king who built colorful little...

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Address: Ke Hradu, 118 00 Praha, Praha

16 Prague 3
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Rank: 120 About 198

Formerly called as the Prague 3 Municipal District, Prague 3 includes most of the cadastral area of Zizkov and parts of Vinohrady, Strasnice and Vysocany. The district has been intact since its creation in 1960....

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Address: Praga 3

17 Josefov
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Rank: 125 About 198

Josefov also known as the Jewish quarter is a town quarter located in the city of Prague, Czech Republic.  It is considered as the smallest cadastral area of the city. The...

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Address: 110 00 Prague 5, Czech Republic

18 Prague 2
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Rank: 126 About 198

Prague 2 was formerly known as the Prague 2 Municipal District. This second tier municipality in Prague is co-extensive with the national administrative district of the same name. It includes all of Vysehrad and parts of New...

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