Authorized guide of Prague - Eva Dvořáková
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New Town

Among all Prague quarters the New Town is the most recent part founded in 1348. There is not so many historical sights, it is rather the centre of contemporary Prague´s life, there are banks, restaurants, cinemas, hotels, night clubs, luxurious shops.

Certainly you have to visit:
Wenceslas Square
National Museum
Charles Square
National Theatre
Church of Our-Lady-Snowy
National Avenue
Lesser Town

This quarter extends on the left side of the Vltava river. It is full of Baroque buildings, all tourists are surprised by the charm, unique beauty and a certain artistic esprit in the area. In the Lesser Town there are plenty of silent gardens, monumental churches, pastel facades on aristocratic houses.

Certainly you have to visit:
St-Nicolas Church
Church of Our-Lady-Victorious
Neruda´s street
Kampa Island
Vrtba Garden
Wallenstein Garden


The only one Prague´s quarter has not been founded by a king. This area is situated on the hill above the city, it extends around the Prague Castle. Always it was a place of rich men, nobility and Czech rulers. Actually there is a Czech President´s seat.

Certainly you have to visit:
Old Royal Palace
St-Vitus´ Cathedral
St-Georges´ Basilica
Golden Lane
Strahov Monastery

Old Town

Quarter founded in the beginning of the 13th century all around the medieval market. In this part of the city you can find examples of all architectural styles running across the past. You will see a Romanesque rotunda, Gothic houses, palaces erected in the Renaissance period, Baroque churches and buildings from the 19th and 20th century. For tourists it is a very exciting quarter all around the year. There are pubs, small restaurants, discos, theatres, nice shops.

Certainly you have to visit:
Old Town Square and its Astronomical Clock
Charles Bridge
St-Nicolas Church
Municipal House
Powder Tower
St-James´ Basilica

Jewish Quarter

Since everytime Jews lived on the right Vltava river side and still nowadays we can find there prints of this community. In spite of demolishing of several synagogues and reducing the Jewish territory in the end of the 19th century we can admire seven synagogues and mainly the old Jewish cemetery from the 15th century.

Certainly you have to visit:
Old Jewish Cemetery
Old-New Synagogue
Pinkas Synagogue
Maisel Synagogue
Klaus Synagogue
Spanish Synagogue

You should visit in Prague
New Town
Lesser Town
Old Town
Jewish Quarter
Outside of Prague you should visit
Castles and chateaux nearby Prague
Medieval cities

You prefer
Outdoor activities
Evening acitivities

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