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What to See - Neighbourhoods

Information about Prague neighbourhoods

Josefov

Josefov essentially means the Jewish Quarter, whose preserved monuments – synagogues, the Jewish Town Hall, and especially the Old Jewish ...

Old Town

Of all Prague’s towns, the Old Town alone bears the most traces of a thousand years of development and historical layering. Located in the ...

Hradčany

Hradčany is an outstanding historic district full of impressive architectural examples as well as contrasts. The story of the neighbourhood ...

Lesser Town

The Lesser Town is a historic miracle that has survived in a surprisingly authentic form. Unlike the Old Town and New Town, it was spared ...

Holešovice

Holešovice was established on a meander of the River Vltava, which flows around it. The direct link between the city and the river has ...

New Town

The New Town of Prague was established in 1348, making it the largest Gothic new city in Europe. Emperor Charles IV decided to give the ...

Vinohrady

Vinohrady contrasts markedly with neighbouring Žižkov. Unlike the latter, which has a proletarian atmosphere, Vinohrady exudes bourgeois ...

Vyšehrad

Vyšehrad is the historical and mythical counterpoint to the Prague castle. It is the place where the oldest Czech legends are played out. ...

Žižkov

Žižkov is one of the most picturesque and striking parts of Prague. From the outset, it was intended to be a neighbourhood of tenements ...

Karlín

Prague’s first suburb, Karlín, was founded two hundred years ago, in 1817. The original German name, “Karolinenthal”, means Carolina ...

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