Malá Strana is one of the oldest and most beautiful districts of the city. It is located below Prague Castle and was once part of the so-called Royal Route, which future kings walked on the way to their coronation. It begins in the old town and leads over the Charles Bridge to St. Vitus Cathedral. The cobblestone streets are lined with quaint medieval houses, impressive palaces, churches, kitsch shops and restaurants. Don’t miss the opportunity to take a look at the smaller alleys. Here you will discover its own realm of mysterious gardens, parks with peacocks, fruit trees and ponds, which radiates a pleasant tranquility. Since the Czech Parliament and many ministries are also located in this district, you will certainly come across one or the other elegantly dressed official. If you are hungry or thirsty, you will definitely find what you are looking for here: the restaurants offer delicious traditional dishes and, of course, excellent Czech beers.
On the slopes below the world-famous Prague Castle lies the Malá Strana, the Lesser Town of Prague, with its magnificent buildings. Once an international trading center, mainly rich and nobles lived here for many years. Follow the signposted tourism trail to experience key landmarks such as the baroque St. Nicholas Church and a 700-year-old beer cellar.