Charles Bridge

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Charles Bridge Prague

Right by the hostel :)

Charles Bridge represents the oldest Prague Gothic bridge connecting the Old Town and the Lesser Town. Initially it was simply known as the Stone Bridge or Prague Bridge. The bridge has actually been known as “Charles Bridge” since 1870.

Kampa Island

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Kampa Prague

2 minutes walk

Kampa Island is considered to be the oldest island in the river Vltava. It was mentioned in early medieval sources, however its present appearance is due to the great fire of 1541.

Kampa Museum

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Museum Kampa Prague

5 minutes walk

Charles Bridge represents the oldest Prague Gothic bridge connecting the Old Town and the Lesser Town. Initially it was simply known as the Stone Bridge or Prague Bridge. The bridge has actually been known as “Charles Bridge” since 1870.

"Crawling Babies" sculptures

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Crawling Babies Prague

5 minutes walk

Charles Bridge represents the oldest Prague Gothic bridge connecting the Old Town and the Lesser Town. Initially it was simply known as the Stone Bridge or Prague Bridge. The bridge has actually been known as “Charles Bridge” since 1870.

John Lennon Wall

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Lennon Wall Prague

3 minutes walk

This wall used to be an ordinary wall in Prague. It has been called The John Lennon Wall since the 1980s, when many people filled it with John Lennon-inspired graffiti and lyrics from Beatles songs.

Petrin Tower

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Petrin Tower Prague

5 minutes walk to the funicular railway

The Petrin Lookout Tower was inspired by the Eiffel Tower in Paris. Its construction was initiated by the Czech Tourist Club, which had attended the Exposition Universelle in 1889 in Paris and decided to construct a similar tower in Prague.

Old Town Square

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Old Town Square Prague

15 minutes walk

The Old Town Square is one of those unique places which no lover of Prague historical sights should miss out on. This Prague’s oldest marketplace has always represented the most important part of the Old Town quarter of Prague.

Astronomical Clock

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Astronomical Clock Prague

10 minutes walk

According to the latest research, the astronomical clock was built in 1410 by the royal clockmaker Mikulas of Kadan in collaboration with Master Jan Ondrejuv, called Sindel, professor of mathematics and astronomy in Prague‘s Charles University. The astrolabe mechanisms they constructed over 600 years ago are still working.

Funicular Railway

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Funicular Railway Prague

5 minutes walk

Charles Bridge represents the oldest Prague Gothic bridge connecting the Old Town and the Lesser Town. Initially it was simply known as the Stone Bridge or Prague Bridge. The bridge has actually been known as “Charles Bridge” since 1870.

St. Nicolas Chruch

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St. Nicolas church

2 minutes walk

This church belongs to the most important and the most beautiful examples of the Prague Baroque. It is remarkable especially for its monumental construction and husky dome. Together with Lesser Tower Bridge Towers it represents an inseparable part of Prague scenery.

Kafka Museum

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Kafka Museum Prague

5 minutes walk

Franz Kafka is considered to be one of the most important and influential writers of the 20th century. His work, most of which was published posthumously, continues to be a source of research,
scholarship and philosophical discussion in diverse academic, literary and popular arenas.

Prague Castle

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Prague Castle

15 minutes walk


According to the Guinness Book of Records, with an approximate length of 570 meters and an average width of 130 meters, Prague Castle ranks amoungst the largest castle complexes in the world.

"Prague Venice"

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Prague Venice

3 minutes walk

Charles Bridge represents the oldest Prague Gothic bridge connecting the Old Town and the Lesser Town. Initially it was simply known as the Stone Bridge or Prague Bridge. The bridge has actually been known as “Charles Bridge” since 1870.