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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 Mala Strana
A picturesque part of town, nestled in the foothills of Prague Castle, historic Mala Strana is located across river Vltava from old town. The area is also known as "Lesser Quarter" or "Lesser Side," as it is one the left (or west) side of the river. Baroque architecture can be seen throughout the area, most structures having been built after the area was devastated by fires in 1541. There are some much older buildings still standing, however. Explore this quaint district by first searching for hotels in Mala Strana (Lesser Town), Prague at Hotels.com. Hotels.com offers online specials and discounts, as well as a travel blog offering travel guides and tips. Our travel experts speak many languages and are ready and willing to answer all of your travel questions.
What's Mala Strana (Lesser Town), Prague Like
Choose a place to stay near Wallenstein Palace, an expansive palace complex that includes five courtyards and a garden. The palace was built for Albrecht von Wallenstein, a military general in chief of Emperor Ferdinand II. Or why not visit the prominent St. Nicholas Church, with its exquisite painting of St. Nicholas set into the dome. Spend a day at Baroque Lesser Town Square (Malostranské náměstí). Explore the square and its cobbled side streets full of small shops, churches and traditional Czech pubs and restaurants. Enjoy a meal while people watching and taking in the beautiful views of the river. Mala Strana is known as a quieter area than some of the other parts of Prague. So, book a centrally located hotel and spend your evenings strolling the lantern lit streets of this picture perfect neighborhood. Hotels.com's easy booking process can take you there.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Mala Strana (Lesser Town), Prague
Don't want to stick out like a sore thumb in Mala Strana? Ditch the baseball cap or visor and college sweatshirt. Don't worry about formal dress though. Locals in Prague are casual folk who like their blue jeans. They also tend to prefer a beer over a fancy cocktail at any time day. Bring your walking shoes and dress comfortably. Prague is a fairly compact city, perfect for exploring on foot. When in Mala Strana, don't speak loudly, yell or make a scene in public. This is considered rude to locals. The people of Prague are friendly, welcoming people who can't wait to share their city with visitors, so plan your trip today. Search our large selection of hotels in Mala Strana (Lesser Town), Prague today to find the accommodations that best fit your vacation needs.
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