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Nerudova Street, Prague 110 00, Czech Republic
Hradčany & Letná
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Reviewed 26 June 2018

Nerudova St is a steep cobblestone street leading to the Castle from the Charles Bridge and has some great architecture here - Many stories as you climb this fairly steep slope. Many of the properties here are over a century old. This street is very...More

Thank George B
Reviewed 28 May 2018 via mobile

The only reason to walk along Prague’s infamous Nerudova Street is to reach the even more popular Charles Bridge. The bridge is a beautiful monument that is well worth visiting, if only to take in the amazing views of the city, the river, and the...More

Thank Lulu A
Reviewed 6 May 2018 via mobile

This is a nice walk from Charles Bridge to the castle, it has interesting buildings and lots of souvenir shops (puppets etc) to browse on the way. If the funicular is closed this is also an easier walk up to the tower than through Petrin.

Thank Figarogir1
Reviewed 7 March 2018 via mobile

A very nice walk from the Prague castle towards Charles bridge. Full of souveneer shops and restaurants. The buiildings with the signs are very nice. Dont take a special tour to the place only on or from the castle.

1  Thank menachemle
Reviewed 6 February 2018

interesting street but I went up early when mostly the shops were closed, in order to avoid the crowds going up to the castle. Along wiht most streets in prague this is lined wiht souvenir shops, bars and the occasional museum

2  Thank KweenMOn
Reviewed 5 February 2018

Lovely part of old Prague in the castle district, very charming and popular. Good for photos. Can get crowded.

Thank Thomas V
Reviewed 3 January 2018

A steep climb from Lesser Quarter Square to Prague Castle exposes you to Baroque townhouses and mansions on each side of the street. Many of the properties have retained the painted signs that were the method of identifying the owner or business prior to house...More

3  Thank Larry C
Reviewed 23 October 2017

Steep cobblestone street leading to the Castle, lined with beautiful old architecture on both sides. Over the last 25 years lots has changed here. Some stores and restaurants disappeared.There used to be a great art gallery. New stores appeared. The souvenirs stores. The cheep stuff....More

10  Thank Wenovo
Reviewed 21 September 2017

I walked this street, let’s say, prepared. I gathered info about many of these houses and walked down trying to find each of house signs and “read” the history. Yes, this street is overcrowded as everything around the Castle.

4  Thank Elena O
Reviewed 14 September 2017

This quaint and interesting street gives you a nice sample of some of Prague's less imposing architecture. It makes for a nice walk to/from the castle from Charles Bridge and is a good subject for photos.

Thank Laurie C
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Hradcany & Letna
Your experience in Prague will never be complete if
you do not see it from the top. Hillsides, stretched
from the west to the north, provide spectacular views
of greenish copper cupolas, narrow cobblestone
streets, bridges connecting both river banks and green
gardens from red-roof tops of centuries-old houses.
Prague pulls you into its 1300 year old history.
Walking up the hill or stairs to Prague Castle, the
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