Tips for Sightseeings in the surroundings
Have you come to explore cultural or historical sights? We have prepared for you a walk starting right from the hotel and numerous other interesting sights near the hotel.
We would be happy to arrange other services such as guided tours of Prague, theatre tickets or tickets for cultural or sport events. We can also organize daytrips to tourist-attractive UNESCO towns and to other historical sites.
For more information or booking, feel free to contact us at +420 224 261 583 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
From the hotel go right to the National Museum (12 min) and then continue down Wenceslas Square (10 min), where you will find plenty of shops, restaurants and bars. Then go straight on via Na Můstku Street and Melantrichova Street to Old Town Square (6 min). There you can visit the Old Town Hall with the famous astronomical clockor have a snack in one of the restaurants or cafés. Týn Church is also worth mentioning. To the right of this church, you can take Celetná Street to the Powder Tower and the Municipal House until you reach Náměstí Republiky (Republic Square) (8 min). Here you can visit the Palladium and Kotva shopping malls. You can easily return to the hotel by taking metro from the Náměstí Republiky stop to the I.P. Pavlova stop (15 min).
- National Museum – the most important Czech museum, which dates back to 1818 and boasts an array of scientific, historical and artistic collections – 0.9 km
- State Opera – a venue for important cultural events, opera and ballet performances – 0.9 km
- Lucerna Palace– the first arcade building in Prague, built in 1907 – 1.1 km
- Wenceslas Square with a statue of St. Wenceslas – one of the largest squares in the Czech Republic, a 750m-long boulevard with plenty of shops and restaurants – 1.1 km
- Municipal House – one of the most significant Art Nouveau buildings – 1.8 km
- Old Town Square – the Old Town Hall with the famous Orloj (astronomical clock from the 15th century), St. Nicolas Church, the Jan Hus Memorial, Kinský Palace, Týn Church (the grave of Tycho de Brahe) – 1.9 km
- National Theatre – the most important theatre in the Czech Republic, which was built with funds from a nationwide collection – 1.9 km
- Rudolfinum – the seat of the Czech Philharmonic and the venue for concerts during the Prague Spring festival – 1.9 km
- Charles Bridge – one of the most significant landmarks, the oldest bridge across the Vltava river – 2.2 km
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