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Prague 1

City of Prague 1 is situated in the center along both banks of the Vltava River and includes most of the medieval city center. The oldest part of the City represents a unique collection of historical sights listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Prague 1 is located close to all major tourist destinations such as Prague, Prague Castle, Old Town Square, Charles Bridge Jewish Town. When walking the sights you can refresh yourself in one of these restaurants:

The historical center consists following parts:

Prague Castle – the largest collection of wonders in the city, Prague Castle is and amalgamation of architecture from differing period. It served as mansion of Czech kings and now it is the seat of President.

Karluv most (Charles Bridge) joints Stare Mesto (Old Town) and Mala Strana (Little Quarter). It was built in 1357 to replace an earlier Romanesque bridge from the second half of the 12th century and known as Judith Bridge after a Bohemian queen.

Lesser Town is located between the Prague Castle and Vltava River. The most significant is the Lesser Town Square with the St. Nikolas Church.

Old Town with the Old Town Square (the Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque buildings, the Orloj (Astronomical clock), Josefov (with the most known Jewish monuments) and the Charles Bridge dates back 1357.

New Town with Wenceslas Square is the Prague city center. The National Museum and the statue of Saint Wenceslas dominate its upper slope. On the Charles Square is a gothic complex of buildings (the New Town Hall) from the late 14th and early 15th centuries, rebuilt in the renaissance style in the 16th century.

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Prague 1 is offering beautiful parks and gardens for your pleasure and relaxation: gardens and parks of Prague Castle, Vrtba Garden, Wallenstein Garden, Kampa, Petrin, Kindskeho garden or Frantiskanska zahrada. Find out more...

Prague 2

City of Prague 2 is located in the central part of Prague, on the right bank of the Vltava. The residential area with Neo-Renaissance, Art Nouveau, Pseudo Baroque, and Neo-Gothic buildings dates back to the second half of the 19th century. Even here you can find plenty of interesting sights and if you get tired of them have a rest. Here is a list of restaurants where you can go to eat in Prague 2:

Places of interest in Prague 2:

Mirove Square – the Neo-Gothic St. Ludmila Church is a two-tower basilica from 1888 - 1893.

Jiriho z Podebrad Square – the Church of the Most Sacred Heart of our Lord is the most significant building form 1928 - 1932 with unusual interior.

Vysehrad – is the historic fortifications on the rock above the right bank of the Vltava River in Prague built as a princely seat in the second half of the 10th century. There is a graveyard where are buried Czech prominent personalities such as: Bedrich Smetana, Antonin Dvorak, Ema Destinnova or Josef Vaclav Myslbek.

Riegrovy sady – is a nice large park close to the city center. Find out more...

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Prague 3

Prague 3 is not a tourist resort but it still has its charm. If you decide to visit this part of the city you can relax in one of these restaurants:

Places of interest in Prague 3:

Zizkov Television Tower – (216 m high) was put into service 18th of February 1992. The structure is composed of three steel body tubes. In the main one, there are two personal lifts, one cargo lift in the second and a staircase in the third tube. A lookout cabin is situated in the height of 97 m, a restaurant by 34 m below it. The tower is open daily. If you want to see Prague 3 from the top of the TV Zizkov Tower click here.

Prague 4

Prague 4 does not have many tourist attractions. You can find here the Congress centre, which is a large and top-quality equipped centre with variable areas for holding various types of events such as congresses, workshops, conferences, trade fairs or exhibitions.

When walking this part of Prague you can have a meal in on of these restaurants:

Prague 5

Prague 5 is a residential area with a business and shopping centers. There is a 9-hole golf course which was historically the first golf course in Prague.

Here is a list of restaurants where you can go to eat in Prague 5:

Prague 6

Prague 6 is beautiful prominent residential area. Many foreign embassies are located here. It is a very green part of Prague city. You can find here many huge green areas where you can spend your time the way you like. Prague 6 could also offer good quality restaurants such as:

Places of interest in Prague 6:

Hvezda game preserve: it is a large green area, so if you need to have a rest from rush city, this is a perfect place. Find out more...

Prague 7

Prague 7 is a prestigious residential area in Vltava River basin, situated on the left bank. There are many places where to go such as: Prague ZOO, Prague Botanical Garden or Stromovka.

Here is a list of restaurants where you can go to eat in Prague 7:

Places of interest in Prague 7:

Prague ZOO is highly advanced garden, showing animals in conditions that most closely approaching their natural environment.

Prague Botanical garden with its more than 20 000 higher plant species is the second largest in Europe. Stromovka is a beautiful park with small lakes and mature trees. Find out more about these beautiful places.

There is a Trojsky chateau close to the Prague ZOO, to see more from this place read article Prague Views and Towers.

Prague 8

Prague 8 is a prestigious residential area in Vltava River basin. If you visit this part of Prague you can have a lunch or dinner in one of these restaurants:

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