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- Old Town Square
- Prague City Center
- Charles Bridge
- Wenceslas Square
- Astronomical Clock
- Prague Castle
- Tyn Church
- Republic Square
- O2 Arena
- Palladium Shopping Centre
- Czech National Museum
- Prague Dancing House
- Old Town Hall Tower
- Eden Arena
- Tipsport Arena
- Prague Zoo
- Prague Congress Centre
- Charles University
- St. Nicholas Church at the Old Town Square
- Czech Technical University
What you should know about Nove Mesto
Whether travelling to Prague on business or pleasure, Hotels.com can find you affordable hotels in Nove Mesto (New Town), Prague. Prague, capital city of the Czech Republic attracts thousands of visitors from around the world each year. With this in mind it's recommended to make an online hotel reservation via Hotels.com well in advance of your vacation or business trip to guarantee a room. There's a good selection of hotels in Prague to choose from in and around the city's New Town district. Many Prague hotels have been rated by previous guests on Hotels.com's website providing interesting information about accommodation and nearby tourist attractions such as Charles Square and Wenceslas Square.
What's Prague Like?
The exciting district of Nove Mesto, in Prague, is located east of the Vltava River in the South with Stare Mesto, the old town, in the north west. It has a reputation for being a party neighborhood with plenty of theaters, bars, nightclubs, cafes and restaurants. Nove Mesto is also one of the main business districts within the city, popular with local including international companies. Wenceslas Square is the perfect place for a great night out whether you're in the mood for dancing, dining or an evening at the National Theater to see a ballet or opera performance. If shopping is your thing, then you're in luck. Nove Mesto has many exclusive and international stores that can be found in Pedsetrian Na Prikope Street. You can buy everything here from garnet-studded jewelry to designer clothes, books and clocks. Take a stroll down Nove Mesto's two beautiful boulevards, Narodni and Na Prikope which separate the old town from the new town.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Prague
Prague has many annual festivals like the Prague Autumn International Music Festival or the Prague Fringe Festival in May. To experience what the city is all about and meet some of the friendly locals, why not arrange to stay in a hotel in Nove Mesto for these exciting events? When it comes to Hotels in Nove Mesto (New Town), Prague you certainly won't be stuck for options with Hotels.com. There's every type of hotel accommodation from luxurious to modest, family run along with international chains. The charming city of Prague is an extremely popular destination especially from early April to late September and Christmas to the New Year period. February and November are the low season months and the best time of year to benefit from low priced hotel accommodation room or rooms with Hotels.com.
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