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What you should know about Nusle

Just minutes from the fast-paced energy and excitement of Prague lies the city of Nusle, a historical district packed with cultural highlights and local Czech character. Grab your guidebook and get ready for a journey of adventure and exploration in the outskirts of Prague—from appreciating the grand Neo-Renaissance architecture of Nusle Town Hall, to enjoying local flavors at traditional breweries and cozy restaurants, there’s plenty to see, do, taste, and discover on an exciting vacation in Nusle.

Hotels in Nusle

Accommodation in Nusle offers a peaceful retreat from the urban buzz of the Czech capital, while remaining within easy reach of Prague’s best attractions, stores, and restaurants. Visitors to Nusle can enjoy the best of the town’s accommodation at the 3-star Hotel Otakar, a warm and welcoming family-run hotel in the heart of this charming Prague suburb. With this Art Deco-style hotel as a base, visitors are perfectly placed to explore the most popular landmarks in Nusle. Wenceslas Square is just nearby, as is the culture-rich Czech National Museum, while the bright lights of Prague are just 10 minutes away by tram.

Things to see in Nusle

Steeped in history and culture, a stroll through the city of Nusle is like taking a step back in time. Admire the Neo-Renaissance architecture of Nusle Town Hall, which dates back to 1908 and boasts a magnificent façade, complete with an arcade balcony and a clock tower that promise postcard-worthy souvenir photographs. Put on your walking shoes and take on the 14 flights of stairs of Nuselske Schody, or Nusle Steps, which were built in 1891 to connect the valley below with the town above. Pause half-way up to appreciate the ancient tranquility of the 18th-century Chapel of the Holy Family, then enjoy the sense of exhilaration and spectacular views that await when you reach the top of this splendid structure. Raise a glass and toast your trip at the Sousedsky pivovar Basta brewery, where you can sample locally brewed beer and enjoy traditional Czech delicacies in the cozy cellar.

Good for history and culture buffs

History and culture enthusiasts will find plenty to enjoy in the historical district of Nusle. With sights including the majestic Town Hall, the 18th-century Chapel of the Holy Family, and the nearby St. Wenceslas Church and Square, there’s a taste of Czech history around every corner. Be sure to check out the program of events at Nusle Town Hall for a chance to attend a concert or performance in early-20th-century splendor, or enjoy a taste of Nusle with a local beer and traditional Czech dumplings beneath the grandfather clock at the Sousedsky pivovar Basta brewery.

How to get to Nusle

Nusle is located just 30 minutes’ drive from Prague’s Vaclav Havel Airport, where a host of transport options await to take you to your Nusle hotel. Choose from taxis, buses, private transfers, and public shuttles, or hop on an Airport Express bus to get to Prague’s main railway station for a connecting train to Nusle’s Praha-Vrsovice station. Prague is recognized as having one of the best public transport systems in Europe, with comprehensive metro, tram, and bus networks that make accessing the hotspots of Nusle a breeze. Alternatively, make the most of this scenic area and hire a bike to explore the cobblestone streets from the freedom of 2 wheels.

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