The city of Prague, capital of the Bohème and of Czech Republic, still has all the characteristics of a medieval town although rebuilt in Baroque style. After crossing the old town and visited the Jewish cemetery of the fifteenth century, you can reach the royal route. It emerges through the Nove Mesto , ie the “new city” (ironically, despite its name, a neighborhood of the old Prague, created by Charles IV) then follows the Karluv Most to cross the Vltava. By continuing this route, you will arrive in the Lesser on Malá Strana splendid baroque area of the great imperial nobility, completely rebuilt in the early XVII e century following a great fire, and counting, in fact, many mansions. Look up : you are at the foot of castle, with its Cathedral built in over 1,000 years. In newer neighborhoods, you will see many buildings of style Art Nouveau ; your visit will be nicely rounded off by a passage in the Mucha Museum. Enjoy!
Where is it?
Prague, Czech Republic