Prague districts: Prague 1 (part 1) 🏛
Places of interest:
🏰 Powder Tower
Built in 1475, the Powder Tower (originally a gunpowder store) is the starting point for the Coronation or Royal Route to Prague Castle. You can visit the observation deck on the top of it.
Tickets: basic - 100 czk, reduced - 70 czk.
🏫 Municipal House
This Art Nouveau building, built from 1905 to 1911. There is a café, a French restaurant, the Lord Mayor’s Salon and the Smetana Hall (a famous concert venue), etc. Its Art Nouveau interiors were decorated by leading artists and sculptors such as Mucha, Preisler, Šaloun, and others.
🏢🏤🏫🛍 Na Příkopě street
It separates the Old Town from the New Town, founded in the 14th century.
There are some representative buildings of banks, shopping galleries and luxurious shops.
Nickname: “a shopping street”.
🎁 Hamleys Toy store
The biggest toy store in Prague with a carrousel, attractions for kids, workshops, presentations, etc.
🏛 Hybernia Theater
It hosts exceptional concerts, balls, ballet performances and other prestigious cultural events.
🏫 Republic Square
One of the biggest squares in Prague, it’s situated between the Old and New Towns. The large open space (mostly pedestrian) with significant buildings at the turn of the 20th century.
Annual market with Czech goods, food, handicraft, etc.
🛍 Palladium Shopping Mall
One of the biggest shopping centres in the Czech Republic, it contains 170 shops and 30 restaurants.
🛍 Kotva Store
It offers about 100 Czech and international brands, as well as cafes, restaurants and a night club.
🛣 Revoluční street
One of the busiest streets in the Prague 1 with office buildings, galleries @ghmp.cz, shops, cafes and restaurants. It connects the Republic Square with the embankment and Štefánik Bridge.