The Old Town of Prague is full of a strong taste of a Central European city. Compared with Western Europe and Southern Europe, Central Europe is relatively less developed in terms of economy. Therefore, the city looks more old-time and the infrastructure is relatively outdated, but it also looks like it. It's quite comfortable. Another feature of the Old Town of Prague is that what looks like a house may actually be a street, and you can cross different streets, which is a bit like a maze.
Such a unique place to wander around and get lost in. Prague in general is great for getting lost on purpose.
More quiet and quaint here. Fun shops and restaurants here as well. If you want a break from the busy old town square, come here!
The best area to stay in Prague. Very beautiful and quite, close to everything important.
Mala Strana (Lesser Quarter) is one of the historic districts of historic Prague. It was built in the mid-thirteenth century.