The Hotel PRAGUE INN **** is found, in Wenceslas Square in the centre of Prague. Wenceslas Square and the pedestrian area and is a peaceful place so guests can enjoy a quiet stay at the hotel. At the same time, the location is perfect to walk everywhere, to the important cultural points of interest, without getting tired.
In just two minutes, you can reach the Old Town Square, where you will find the important Old Town Hall in whose tower the Apostles and the Death with a time-glass measured time for centuries now, the burgers' houses splendidly decorated with stucco and statues, two historic churches: the Gothic Our Lady before the Walls Church and the Baroque St. Nicolas Church that was built by the famous Prague fellow citizen, Kilian Ignaz Dientzenhofer.
By going down Na P?íkop? Street from the Hotel PRAGUE INN, in just minutes you will find the Powder Tower and going further along, it is an enjoyable leisurely walk through the charming Prague alleysand you will meet up with Jilská Street, where we strongly suggest visiting the world famous pub called 'U Vejvod?' and serves genuine Pilsner beer.
If you walk in the opposite direction, you will find other characteristic parts of the Old Town of Prague: Karlova (Charles) Street goes towards K?i?ovnické (Crusaders) Square where you may pay respect to the world famous panorama of Prague Castle (Hrad?any) with its St. Vitus's Cathedral, the picturesque throng of spires, roofs and facades of the Lesser Town of Prague, and the dome of St. Nicolas Church. When you cross the CharlesBridge with its alley of saints, you will come upon one of the most stunning pedestrian zones in Europe. There are incredible views of the River Vltava (Moldau) and reflections change depending on the weather and time of year , the varied Prague architecture, and the walk up to Prague Castle.
The hotel clients stayjust a short distance from the magnificent residential area that goes back to the beginning of the 20th century and is constructed in the Eclectism and Modern Styles. Further more , there is also the mysterious enclaves of the former Jewish Town: the Old-New Synagogue, these days the oldest one existing in Europe, and the Old Jewish Cemetery that has thousands of exceptional tomb stones.
The Hotel PRAGUE INN is located only steps away from the stops of the Metro (Underground) lines A and C, named Na M?stku. The metro is a very convenient way to move around the city , and it enables you to see some of the more important sights in Prague, or reach the Main Railway Station and the International Airport Ruzyn?.
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