In a small area of the Old Town between Staromestske namesti and Charles Bridge, lies the historical Jewish Quarter (Josefov) ... More
In a small area of the Old Town between Staromestske namesti and Charles Bridge, lies the historical Jewish Quarter (Josefov) with its old walled ghetto, cemetery (containing 12,000 tombstones), and various synagogues including the Old-New Synagogue dating from 1270 (the oldest in Europe still in use). Dating from at least the 13th century, with its many cobbled streets, courtyards and squares, the area provides an atmosphere which is unrivalled in Prague - especially at night.
The Jewish quarter was beautiful and heartbreaking. The cemetry was incredible and so was the Spanish Synagogue. However everything closes at four or five pm, so make sure to get there early. I also had the best food while I was there.
Holiday Inn Congress Center is a few steps from Vysehrad Castle (Prague's oldest historical monument) and 11 miles from Praha
Ruzyne Airport. The underground station is 150 meters from the hotel and famous Wenceslas Square is two stops by ...
The Charles Bridge is a famous historic bridge that crosses the Vltava river in Prague, Czech Republic. Its construction started
in 1357 under the auspices of King Charles IV, and finished in the beginning of the 15th century. As ...
Architect Jan Josef Wirch originally built Pachtuv Palace in 1765 for the Pachta family. The Palace MAMAISON SUITE HOTEL PACHTUV
PA was and still is considered the most fabulous Baroque residence in Prague. In the early 19th century, a ...