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How to organize the three days in Prague

The river of Prague, The Moldau, can be used as a natural border for our tour. The historic center of Prague is divided in 5 quarters: On the Right bank of the river: Old Town (Staré Město), the Jewish Quarter inside the Old Town (Josefov) and the New Town (Nové Město). On the Left bank the Castle Burg (Hradčany) which includes the Prague Castle (Pražský Hrad), below the Little Quarter or Little Town( Malá Strana).

First Day

I suggest to start with the Castle District, Hradčany that can be easily reached by tram 22 at the stop Pohořelec and you are already near two attractions: The Monastery of Strahov with its impressive libraries and nearby the Prague Loreto with its famous treasure. To reach the Castle I would suggest the picturesque street Nový Svět…and somebody might recall the famous Dvořak’s Masterpiece. If you are lucky in front of the Castle you might be delighted by the notes of a very good music group which normally plays in front of the main gate of the Castle.

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After this visit you might want to take a lunch break so I suggest you to walk down to Malá Strana where you can find many restaurants. In the afternoon you can walk around this picturesque quarter where you wouldn’t find a single modern building but only Renaissance and Baroque.

Second day

I would spend the first part of the day in the Jewish Museum with its rich collections and the famous cemetery.

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After lunch break you can go around the Old Town and then the New Town with the renowned Wenceslav Square. You can visit the Charles Bridge either the first or the second day because it connects Malá Strana With the Old Town.

Third day

I would spend half of this day for more in deep visits and half day for shopping. Further information and travel tips can be found in other sections of this Site.

A very useful Site also in English is:

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