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What you should know about Vinohrady

Vinohrady, meaning “vineyards,” was the wine-growing region of Prague dating back to the 14th century. Wine is still produced in the fertile vineyards surrounding the district’s many parks and summer estates. This beautiful residential quarter is noted for its grand buildings that showcase a stunning variety of architectural styles, from Neo-Renaissance to Gothic Revival. Offering a calm retreat from busy central Prague, you’ll be charmed by its churches, inspired by its magnificent Art Nouveau theater, and seduced by its historic market hall.

Hotels in Vinohrady


Many of the best hotels in Vinohrady occupy fabulous mansions with original features from the golden era of Czech architecture. You’ll find old-world ambience around every corner at the Hotel Louren, an award-winning 4-star Vinohrady hotel located on a tranquil residential side street. Named after the opera by Mozart, the Dorint Hotel Don Giovanni Prague has stunning river views from its rooftop terrace and state-of-the-art facilities, including a spa and wellness center. Travelers on a budget will find a friendly welcome and plenty of home comforts in a choice of Vinohrady hostels and aparthotels such as the popular and tastefully designed Czech Inn, or the spacious and pet-friendly Aparthotel Susa.

Things to see in Vinohrady


The heart of Vinohrady is Namesti Miru Square, a popular meeting spot for locals, dominated by the towers of the Church of Saint Ludmila. This Neo-Gothic masterpiece represents the combined vision of many of Prague’s finest architects and artists, including sculptor Josef Vaclav Mysibek, best known for his iconic statue of Saint Wenceslas. The square is also home to Vinohrady Theater, one of the city’s most cherished Art Nouveau treasures and dating from 1907. The private houses along Manesova are also glorious examples of restored Art Nouveau. Take a stroll along this peaceful tree-lined street named after the Czech painter Josef Manes, who was also the creative genius behind the dazzling figures on Prague’s famous Astronomical Clock. Vinohrady Market Hall is the work of another celebrated local architect, Antonin Turek, and is one of 3 surviving market halls in Prague. Dating from the early 1900s, this beautiful building is now an upscale shopping destination.

Good for couples


Sophisticated Vinohrady makes a perfect base for a romantic break in the Czech capital. This elegant neighborhood is self-contained, so you won’t have to stray far from your luxury Vinohrady hotel room to find entertainment. Sample award-winning international cuisine in the renowned restaurants around Namesti Miru Square, or shop for local gourmet specialties along Korunni. Wander past the fashion boutiques on Vinohradska to Riegrovy Park, where you can watch the world go by over a refreshing Czech brew in its popular beer garden. Hold hands in the stalls of Vinohrady Theater, one of the oldest and most prestigious in Prague—the décor alone is worth the ticket price!

How to get to Vinohrady


Prague is served by Vaclav Havel International Airport, which offers frequent connections to the city center via bus, taxi, or shuttle. The bus service links into the metro system, from where you can easily reach Vinohrady. Alternatively, for hassle-free transport direct to your hotel, consider pre-booking a private car to meet your flight. Travel in Vinohrady itself is quick and convenient via the metro or tram network. Exploring this pedestrian-friendly neighborhood on foot is also rewarding, thanks to its extensive green spaces, traffic-free zones, and wide boulevards.

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