Stare Mesto The Old Town is centred around Old Town Square, and this is where you will find the sights most frequented by tourists. The area around the square is scattered with cafés, bars, restaurants and souvenirs.
Josefov Until the 19th century, Prague’s Jewish quarter used to be a walled ghetto housing one of the largest Jewish communities in Europe. Today it’s home to many monuments, museums and historical buildings.
Hradcany situated on a hill overlooking the city, this neighbourhood is where you will find the picturesque Prague Castle. You can take the tram up from the city centre and enjoy beautiful views of the city.
Mala Strana If the bustle of the Old Town is too much, cross the river and head to Mala Strana for some equally picturesque cobbled lanes and red roofs.