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It is an area of Prague that roughly 1,200,000 people live in.
Of course, the most iconic of the city's sights is Charles Bridge. Head here first and start your vacation on an unforgettable note.
Grab the kids and enjoy some quality time together at the LunaPark and Miniature Museum. The Petrin Funicular Railway and Aquacentrum Sutka are also worth visiting if you want to keep the good times coming.
Watch on in awe as aquatic animals soar through the water at Sea World.
Whether you're a fan of exotic birds or unassuming reptiles, the Prague Zoo and the Terarium Praha have something for everyone.
To learn what they do to make the local brew here so easy to drink, head to one of their breweries. Even if you don't like beer, it's still a fascinating day out! Opt for your favorite one, be it the Staropramen Brewery or the Strahov Monastery Brewery. If you don't know yet, you might just have to do both!
Bright and colorful local and exotic plants, interesting trees and long, twisting pathways await you at the Prague Botanical Gardens and the Kinsky Garden. Many travelers also enjoy going for a wander around the Garden on the Ramparts and the Vojan Gardens.
For fresh air and relaxation, grab a bite to eat and head out to one of the scenic green spaces, such as the Royal Garden or Kampa Park. Riegrovy Sady and Stromovka Park are two more pleasant spots to while away a lazy day and finally read that neglected book of yours.
Prague Information Service and Tourist Information Centre Old Town Hall are well worth stopping by if you're wanting information about Prague.
If the sun's out, the glittering, mirror-like surface of Lake Hostivar is a lovely sight.
It's been said that, "Never does nature say one thing and wisdom another." Keep this in the back of your mind as you experience Kunratice Forest.
Schedule a visit to some of the varied cultural institutions in the area. Meander through the hallways as you check out the displays at the Museum of Communism and the Bertramka. You might also want to consider a visit to the Czech Museum of Music and the Bedrich Smetana Museum.
It doesn't matter if you're a science enthusiast or you're just looking for something to do, you'll enjoy wandering through the fascinating exhibits at Stefanik Observatory or Prague Planetarium.
A haven for lovers of art, this area is home to a nice range of gallery spaces in which artists and designers regularly display their work. Pop in to the Mucha Museum and the Kinsky Palace for some great examples of what this creative enclave has to offer. If you have time afterwards, the Lobkowicz Palace and the Schwarzenberg Palace are also well worth a look.
Journey back in time and uncover mysteries of the past at the Czech National Museum and the Jewish Ceremonial Hall. Like the sound of those? Continue your explorations at the Prague City Museum or the Podskalska Customs Office at Vyton.
To learn about the area's rich and fascinating past, be sure to visit its historic structures and monuments. Start your history tour at the Charles University and the Astronomical Clock. You might also like to get the camera out for some photos at the Lennon Wall and Powder Tower.
Novotného lávka is a striking structure that has provided a vital crossing for local residents over the years.
The historic fortifications at Vysehrad National Cultural Monument are excellent places to explore if you take an interest in Prague's past conflicts.
When it came to building and furnishing Queen Anne's Summer Palace and Old Royal Palace, you'll see that money must not have been an issue. You might also like to meander through the leafy gardens and seek out some stories about Clam-Gallas Palace and Cernin Palace.
You needn't be royalty to find pleasure in Prague Castle and Karlstejn Castle. For even more picturesque sights and historical insights, head out and explore Vysehrad Castle and Troja Chateau.
Whether you consider yourself a spiritual person or not, you're sure to have a pleasant time at St. Vitus Cathedral and Strahov Monastery. If you'd like to see a couple more religious sites, head to the Old-New Synagogue and Tyn Church.
Before you pack up your bags and head home, be sure to see some of Prague's other attractions. The Lucerna Palace and the Bobsleigh Track could be up your alley. Also, think about seeing the Cubist Lamp Post and the Proudy Sculpture if you have time.
Located in Prague 1, this luxury hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Palladium Shopping Centre, Municipal House Hall and Powder Tower. Mucha Museum and Old Town Square are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Located in the historical district, this family-friendly hotel is 0.2 mi (0.4 km) from Prague Congress Centre.
Located in Holesovice, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Trade Fair Palace and Tipsport Arena. Generali Arena and Palladium Shopping Centre are also within 1 mile (2 km).
Located in Prague 11, this hotel is 2.9 mi (4.6 km) from Arkady Pankrac and within 6 miles (10 km) of Prague Congress Centre and Vysehrad Castle. Prague State Opera and Czech National Museum are also within 6 miles (10 km).
Located in Nove Mesto, this luxury hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Lucerna Palace, New Town Hall and Wenceslas Square. Mucha Museum and Museum of Communism are also within 15 minutes.
Located in Prague 2, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Czech National Museum, Prague State Opera and Wenceslas Square. Lucerna Arcade and Mucha Museum are also within 15 minutes.
Located in Nove Mesto, this luxury hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Mucha Museum, Wenceslas Square and Jindrisska Tower. Museum of Communism and Old Town Square are also within 15 minutes.
This family-friendly Prague hotel is located in the historical district, within a 10-minute walk of Hybernia Theatre, Powder Tower and Mucha Museum. Municipal House Hall and Republic Square are also within 10 minutes.