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Prague is a city destination with a striking contrast between old and new, imposing castles and Soviet era buildings. The River Vltava, overlooked by the hilltop Prague Castle, meanders lazily through the town. Easy to explore on foot, historic Prague is a maze of cobbled streets full of cafes and bars. Choosing one of's partnered hotels in Vysehrad, Prague will give you excellent city views from this district's high location. With multiple photos of the hotels, including sample rooms featured on our pages at, it is easy to choose a Prague hotel which exactly meets your expectations.

What's Vysehrad, Prague Like?

Today there is little left to see of Vysehrad Castle. Its park, however, is a pleasant and tranquil place for enjoying a picnic on your return from the city. In the park, look out for the Vysehrad Stone, said to have been dropped by the devil when he stopped to fight a priest. From the heights of Vysehrad you can enjoy impressive sunset views. Take them in while enjoying a drink at one of the many cafes and bars in the district. The St Peter & St Paul Church has two spires which can be seen from most of Prague. This church is well worth a visit with its impressively restored interior. Surrounding it is a cemetery with the tombs of two of Prague's most famous sons, Dvořák and Smetana. From hotels in Vysehrad, Prague, you can explore a mysterious underground world, formed from casemates. A casemate is a system of underground vaults and corridors that were created under Baroque military buildings. The one at Vysehrad is very extensive and about a kilometer of it is open to visitors. In this intriguing underground world you can see some of the original statues removed from the Charles Bridge for safe keeping.

Getting Along with Locals in Vysehrad, Prague

Prague is known for its range of locally brewed beer, but the locals also enjoy other forms of alcoholic drinks. Steer away from the tourist streets and look out for back street bars where you can enjoy the popular shot known as Zelena, or green. You might find it tastes a little like mouthwash. If so, try Fernat, which is brown and more bitter. A typical Prague dish to sample is sliced pork cooked with sliced bread dumplings, known in Czech as 'svickova na smetane'. Hotels in Vysehrad, Prague can be accurately pinpointed on the city maps featured at Using these and our travel guides you can plan exactly where to stay in this historic city.

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