Photogallery: CZ: Prague - Královské Vinohrady I.
CZ: Prague - Královské Vinohrady I.
heading (paragraph): Cities
No. of pictures: 41 pictures
Let´s have a look, from comfort of your home, at one of most famous Prague quarters.
Photo: Maxim Kucer
Who would have thought that before the great flood in 2002 and a few years later would become one of Prague's most luxurious neighborhoods? Today, there is are great cafes, bistors and restaurants one next to another. The houses have been beautifully repaired and the streets are always full of life. You will easily think that you walk along some beautiful boulevard in France.
Together with Hradcany, Charles Bridge and Male Mesto, the Old Town of Prague is one of the iconic places in the city which is popular all around the world. The history of this part of the city dates back to the 9th century, the world-famous town hall was established in 1338 as the first one of its kind in Bohemia. Let's go together to the most famous places and hidden nooks.
Nowadays, there are no buildings in the Jewish quarter of Prague, except for the synagogues and the mysterious Old Jewish Cemetery about which we wrote the last time-. Synagogues belong to the orthodox Prague Jewish community, some of them feature exhibits from the Jewish Museum which you may view as ordinary visitors.
This time we take a walk into the streets of Prague. We will omit the main landmarks on purpose. Our goal is to see places with for distinct atmosphere of their own, places that you will love.
There are many amazing sights, squares and nooks in Prague. Today, we take you to Holesovice borrough which many know mostly for Vystaviste exhibition ground. However, today we take a look at Veletrzni palac.
Prague - the capital of the Czech Republic . It is home to many amazing sights, divine cuisine, even better bear and amazing treks into nature. Today, we take a look at one of its precious nature nooks - Kunraticky Les.
Liben is a traditional Prague district. It is located for the most part in the city district of Prague 8, a smaller part in the eastern cadastre of Prague 9. Formerly industrial Libeň is located to a small extent in Prague 7. Libeň was annexed to Prague as the last suburb, in 1901 before the establishment of Czechoslovakia .
The pandemic situation is the same this week and the lockdown still lasts. The people of Prague can come here now, the people outside Prague will have to endure for a while longer. You can spend the whole day in one of the most popular parks in Prague and you will definitely not be bored here. In addition to romantic places and large grassy areas, there are also several playgrounds, an in-line track and a dog playground.
They really do not want new measures of excursions, you will not get outside the cadastre of your village at the moment. So today we have something for the people of Prague, but also for the rest of you, only you will be able to come here later. Chotkovy sady are within sight of the Lesser Town and Prague Castle and are easily accessible by public transport. Although they are small in size, together with the neighboring Letenské sady, they form a pleasant green oasis in the historical center of Prague.
Although the five comic boys called Fast Arrows are now closer to a generation of grandparents and parents, the adventures from the workshop of the writer Jaroslav Foglar still remain in our memories. To mark the 80th anniversary of Quick Arrows, rychlesipy.org has created a unique outdoor game in the very center of Prague. Until March 14, 2021, a lot of interesting tasks await you in Stínady and its surroundings at 25 locations, where you can also compete for prizes. Just download the map and notebook from the rychlesipy.org website and embark on an adventure with the whole family, which perhaps requires only comfortable shoes, warm clothes and a good mood.
The Kinský Garden in Prague is a slightly neglected part of the gardens and parks on Petřín. The English park surrounding the summer house benefits from the hilly terrain and offers many romantic nooks and beautiful views of the capital.
Wenceslas Square, better known among the people as "Václavák" every Czech knows. Even the one, who the Czech capital and its inhabitants really hates. Rivalry between Prague and the rest of the Czech Republic there is no secret.
The town of Přerov is situated in centre of Moravia in Upper-Noravia Dale, in southeastern direction of Olomouc, 22 kms distant from here, in an altitude of 210 m. River Bečva flows throughout the town. Přerov is, together with Olomouc, an important railway junction in Moravia.
Hopefully the last snow of this winter fell but it created a wonderful atmosphere around the observatory in Ďáblice located on a hill called Na vyhlídce in Ďáblický háj. The observatory is small but enchanting with antiquity of its furnishing such as it’s the First Republic telescopes.
There is much interesting about the capital of the Czech Republic. There are many landmarks and historical streets. The history truly walked through the city. There is, however, another perspective from which you can see Prague. Vltava boat cruises are available all year round. On every cruise there is an interesting lecture on landmarks including information you perhaps haven’t heard before.
This square undoubtedly belongs to the most icons places that you can visit in Prague. If you have not yet gotten there, you will not regret it when you will decide to go there.
Peace Square is one of the busiest places in the Czech capital. What hides?
On the border of Vinohrady is located a picturesque park with a nice atmosphere and many places to explore.
Today's article is about one of Prague's main bridges. Mánes Bridge is one of Prague's bridges that connect Jan Palach Square on the Old Town to the Klárov on Malá Strana.
Till now, we mentioned in our articles unique places of the world which were, first of all, enraptured or fascinating localities, buildings or constructions, interesting from technical point of view.
Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic and its largest city. I was born there and I have been living there ever since. Prague covers the area of 496 square kilometers and there live more than 1,2 million people. Prague is considered one of the most beautiful cities in Europe.
The center of the capital of the Czech Republic at a time when people have dared to take to the s...
Lets enjoy, at least on photographs, famous place that was a residence of Czech rulers and is kno...
When Prague is covered by powder snow and lit by sun in noon... Photo: Daniel Babický
Let´s have a walk through Královské Vinohrady quarter in Prague! Photo: Maxim Kucer
The district of Karlin, Prague in 2002 was severely hit by the flood, and today it is one of the ...
The Old Town of Prague is known at least at photos almost all over the world. The most famous is,...
Jerusalem or Jubilee Synaguge is located in Jerusalem Street, Prague 1. It is a combintion of Art...
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Petřín Tower. Prague´s copy of the Eiffel Tower every good Czech knows. The French make the fun o...
Probably, doesn´t exist more famous Prague´s even Czech monument then the Charles Bridge, with th...
Wenceslas Square is a major social and business centre. Its landmarks are the National Museum and...
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