Prague district administrativelypresented 22 units: They are called the Prague 1-22, and 11-15 parts of Prague are sleeping neighborhoods (they have a seating places with green areas).
Description of the main areas and attractions
- Prague 1 (includes Stare Mesto, Mala Strana andHradcany): this area - a place of concentration of the main attractions of the capital. Guests will be asked to walk through the Old Town Square (famous for its unique clock - every hour in front of the surprised guests appear figures of the 12 apostles) and Wenceslas Square, Prague Castle and Charles Bridge, view the Church of St. Nicholas, the Powder Tower and Tyn Church, and to photograph what they see. It is worth noting that the walk around Prague Castle can be free, but for the examination of the Cathedral of St. Vitus, Old Royal Palace, Strahov Monastery, and other landmarks have to pay by buying tickets.
- Prague 2: the area includes Vysehrad (for inspection available Church of Saints Peter and Paul, the rotunda of St. Martin), Nove Mesto (of the attractions of attention guests deserve the Dancing House), grapes (it is considered a fashionable area; here you can walk along the Peace Square, view the National House and the Cathedral St. Ludmila).
- Prague 3: It includes Zizkov district with shops, restaurants and bars open until late (a rarity for Prague), as well as the famous Žižkov TV tower (there is a restaurant and observation deck) and a monument to Jan Žižka. If we talk about the rest of nature, it is possible to realize our plans in Vitkov Park and St. Kříž Hill.
- Prague 5: It offers to see the historical monuments in the form of Villa Bertramka, the summer palace of Prince Kinsky, Church of St. Gabriel. In the area of Prague 5 Smíchov quarter there - it is famous for its factory "Staropramen" tour is recommended to look into the bar at the factory, to taste freshly brewed beer.
- Prague 7: for tourists of interest Botanical Garden (here in addition to the tropical greenhouse is a collection of exotic butterflies), the Prague Zoo, Troja Castle (open to the public from May to October), Stromovka park.
- Prague 8: Guests can spend time in sports complexes, visit the Musical Theatre, the Church of Cyril and Methodius, explore the nursing home (today it is the location of the Historical Archives and the National Technical Museum) and hornbeam villa.
Where to stay for tourists?
When monitoring on the prices of accommodation facilitiestravelers can take note of the following information: The most expensive hotels are located in the district Prague 1, and the hotels are more affordable, famous district of Prague 3. Tourists can pay attention to the area of Prague 7 - despite the fact that accommodation prices are slightly higher middle of Prague, this is offset by excellent transport links and incredible nature. Cheap hotels can be found in the districts of Prague 8 and Prague 10.