Prague Travel Guide

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Prague Sightseeing

Wenceslas Square, the Old Town Square and the Charles Bridge fill in as the three guideline course centers for voyagers. The expansion associates the Lesser Town and the Castle above with the Old and New Towns. The central vacationer district includes five zones: Hradcany (the Castle area), with Mala Strana (Little Town) at its foot; over the Charles Bridge lie Stare Mesto (Old Town), with Josefov (the Jewish Quarter) at the north and toward the south Nove Mesto (New Town).

The 'Lofty Road' - past course of noteworthy parades - is the principal guest course transversely finished Prague beginning at the Powder Gate in Namesti Republiky, and continuing with Celetna to the Old Town Square. Starting there passes the Astronomical Clock and winds along Karlova to the Charles Bridge. Convergence the framework it completes Mostecka Mala Strana to the Baroque square at Malostranske namesti. Streets off the square incite the long move of stairs to the Castle. Namesti republiky, with its great Municipal House, Na prikope prompts Wenceslas Square, the focal point of shopping and nightlife. Presentation lobbies and shows are scattered all through the city, and even the suburbs

Energize abroad toward the south lies Vysehrad (locale 4), the site of the primary settlement; less all around frequented by voyagers, the zone has much to offer and gives a rest from the noise of within.

Tourist Information

Prazska informacn� sluzba (PIS - Prague Information Service)
Na prikope 20, Prague 1.
Tel: (02) 264 022.
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 0900-1900, Sat and Sun 0900-1700.

Branches: Old Town Hall, Staromestke namesti, Prague 1. Tel: (02) 2448 2202; Hlavni nadrazi (main train station), Wilsonova, Prague 1. Tel: (02) 2423 9258.

Na prikope 18, Prague 1.
Tel: (02) 2419 7642. Fax: (02) 2422 2300
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 0830-1800, Sat 0830-1300, Sun closed.

A 3-day Tourist Pass costing CZK 480 (CZK 380 for understudies and resigned individuals) has starting late been displayed. This licenses limitless go on the metro, link autos and transports and admission to 42 imperative attractions. Passes can be gotten from the explorer information centers and working environments of the Prague Public Transit Company (DP).

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