What places to visit in Prague for a successful weekend?
From the most modern Nove Mesto to the oldest Staré Mesto, each district has its originality. Expect the most beautiful discoveries.
To make your trip even more exciting, contact one of the Prague Tour Guides
on the right of the Vltava River.
– Charles Bridge (Karluv most)
– Prague Astronomical Clock
To see in the old town
On Hradcany Hill.
– Prague Castle (Pražský hrad)
– St Wenceslas vineyards
– New-Old Synagogue
– Spanish Synagogue
– Jewish Cemetery
Between the river, Petrín Park and Castle Hill.
– Kampa Island and Malta Square
– Vlašska Street
– Klementinum Baroque Library
– Place de la Vieille-Ville (Staromestské námestí)
– Rue Celetná
– Wenceslas Square
– Na Prikope Street
– Narodni Street
– The dancing house
The Nové Mesto district in detail
Extension of Chotek gardens and the Royal Garden to the north of the Castle.
Visit the park and its surroundings
Former hunting reserve, this park has become a haven of peace and greenery in the heart of the city.