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EA Hotel Embassy Prague Stars

Prague 1.2 km from city centre Score: 4 / 5 422 reviews
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Hotel Ambassador Zlata Husa Stars

Prague 555 m from city centre Score: 3.5 / 5 826 reviews
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Luxury Family Hotel Bila Labut Stars

Prague 1 km from city centre Score: 3.5 / 5 719 reviews
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Hotel Vienna House Andels Prague Stars

Prague 2.3 km from city centre Score: 4.5 / 5 1920 reviews
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Residence Bologna Stars

Prague 586 m from city centre Score: 3 / 5 1182 reviews
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Hotel Grand Majestic Plaza Stars

Prague 775 m from city centre Score: 4.5 / 5 3050 reviews
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Hotel Grandior Prague Stars

Prague 1.1 km from city centre Score: 0 / 5 0 reviews
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Hotel Archibald City Stars

Prague 1.2 km from city centre Score: 4 / 5 840 reviews
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Hotel Vienna House Diplomat Prague Stars

Prague 2.5 km from city centre Score: 4 / 5 1459 reviews
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Hotel Belvedere Stars

Prague 1.5 km from city centre Score: 3.5 / 5 597 reviews
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Hotel The Grand Mark Prague Stars

Prague 783 m from city centre Score: 4.5 / 5 1014 reviews
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Hilton Prague Hotel Stars

Prague 1.5 km from city centre Score: 4 / 5 4436 reviews
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Hotel Galileo Stars

Prague 2 km from city centre Score: 4.5 / 5 895 reviews
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Metropolitan Old Town hotel Stars

Prague 527 m from city centre Score: 3.5 / 5 420 reviews
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Hotel Grandium Prague Stars

Prague 914 m from city centre Score: 4.5 / 5 922 reviews
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Hotel Assenzio Prague Stars

Prague 2 km from city centre Score: 4 / 5 489 reviews
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Accommodations in Prague

The beautiful city of Prague was officially declared part of UNESCO's international heritage in 1992 and true to its reputation, it never fails to impress. Initially founded in the late stages of the 9th century when the castle of Prague was built on the shores of the Moldava River, the city quickly expanded along both banks. Today, every square, street and building in Prague is filled with beautiful artwork and many hidden secrets.

Prague
is divided into five main zones that contain valuable sites of interest. It’s best to start in the zone of Hradcany Castle where one will find Prague’s most emblematic enclosure, the Castle of Prague. Originally built as a fortress in the 9th century, the structure was rehabilitated in the 14th century to give it a Gothic theme. During its reconstruction, a few buildings were added to the masterpiece such as the Cathedral of Saint Vito where the jewels of the Bohemian Kings were stored The Basilica of Saint George is a fantastic piece of Roman architecture with a rebuilt barroque facade. The Convent of Saint George and the Old Royal Palace are also to be found, in their impressive Gothic and Renaissance styles. In the castle grounds, one can gaze at the magnificent Belvedere building with its Renaissance style and then visit the Golden Alley, where alchemists once livedin tiny yet peculiarly charming houses that date back to the 16th century. Upon completing this visit, you should leave through Nerudova street, ending up in the Small City (Mala Strana), on of Pragues most ancient areas, where you will see The Small City Square (Malostranske Namestí) surrounded by Baroque buildings and the Church of Saint Nicholas proudly standing in the centre.

After visiting and admiring all the above, it is a good time to take a stroll on the right bank of the Moldava River, crossing the Bridge of St. Charles, Pragues’s oldest bridge, which has two imposing towers at both ends. This structure, which is 500m long, contains 30 sculptures. At the end of the bridge is the Old City (Stare Mesto) of Mediaeval origin, where, next to the the Town Hall of the old square (Staromestske), the 15th-century Astronomical Clock stands. This is a truly remarkable structure as when the hands mark the hour, 2 windows open and the 12 apostles come out of them. This square is highlighted by the two magnificent towers of the Gothic Church of our Lady before Tyn. If you carry on towards the north along Maisellova St., you will come to the Jewish Quarter (Josefov), where one can visit the synagogues and the Jewish cemetery. In the New City (Nove Mesto) one should not miss visiting Wenceslas square, where the statue of St. Wenceslas stands in front of the national Museum, a beautiful 19th-century neo-Renaissance structure.