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Discovering Prague

    Maltézské náměstí between Mostecká and Kampa

    In this labyrinth of alleys near Kampa park, many embassies and ministries have taken up residence in beautiful old palaces.

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    Malá Strana – General information

    On the left bank of the Vltava lies Malá Strana, the Lesser Quarter - which literally translated means “little side”. Its name comes from its location on the slopes just below Prague Castle. Hedged in by the surrounding hills, it has always been a somewhat smaller cousin to Prague's main towns - the Old and New Towns - on the right bank, to which it is connected by the world-famous Charles bridge.

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    There aren’t any historical monuments on Kampa Island, but that’s no reason not to visit. Instead, go there for the pleasant and calming environment that earned Kampa Island it's nickname, "The Little Venice of Prague".

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    Nový Svět. The "New World" neighborhood

    Feeling like Christopher Columbus? Come and discover the New World. No, not America, but a little neighborhood hidden away behind Hradčany.

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    Discovering Nerudova Street

    Do you know that during the Renaissance era, Nerudova street was called “Loutnářská” (i.e. the street of stringed instrument makers)?. Come and discover this magical street with us.

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    Escape the city in Petřín park

    Not ready to leave Prague just yet, but tired of the hustle and bustle of town? Head for Petřín park, a beautiful hillside green with grass, trees and the smell of bark and foliage. For Praguers, Petřín is the place for lovers.

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    Hradčany and Prague castle

    Prague’s history begins with a castle, perched upon a hilltop. Over the course of more than 1000 years, it has evolved to form a skyline that continues to enchant visitors. Hradčany is an unbelievable mix of buildings showcasing various architectural periods and styles.

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    Nové Město - The New Town

    It may be the "new" town, but this district was founded by Emperor Charles IV founded in the year 1348. The New Town was the fourth of the Prague towns, after the Old Town, Malá Strana and Hradčany.

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    Around Národní třída and the National Theatre

    It’s not Wenceslas Square, but the area around Spálená street and Národní třída (National Avenue) is a great area for shopping, or eating and drinking with friends.

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    Around Náměstí Republiky: The Powder Tower and Municipal House

    These two buildings, true Prague jewels, contrast sharply in style, reflecting the many periods and architectural styles found in Prague.

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