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Where to stay in Nove Mesto (New Town)

Founded in 1348, Nove Mesto, or New Town, isn't exactly new. However, it is the newest and largest of the 5 districts that make up the historic center of the city of Prague. Renowned for its Gothic churches and beautiful 19th- and early 20th-century architecture, this historic quarter’s focal point is the broad boulevard of bustling Wenceslas Square. Together with Charles Square and Republic Square, this area forms the cultural heartland of a district offering a wealth of theaters, museums, and entertainment venues, not least the sumptuous Prague State Opera.

Hotels in Nove Mesto


There's a good selection of accommodation in Nove Mesto, with a range of hostels, apartments, apart-hotels, and hotels on offer. Prices are reasonable, and if you're on a budget you can stay in the historic New Town for just a few dollars a night. For a flexible vacation, book into a self-catering apartment at Picasso Apartments Prague, just a short stroll from the Czech National Museum. Travelers looking for budget accommodation in Nove Mesto will enjoy the unique natural wood and stone setting of The Artharmony Pension & Hostel - Prague. For luxury, try the lavish Art Deco interior of the 5-star Radisson Blu Alcron Hotel right in the heart of the New Town.

Things to see in Nove Mesto


There's no better place to start your vacation in Nove Mesto than Wenceslas Square. Browse boutiques and craft shops for souvenirs of your visit to Prague, and look up to snap photos of the stunning Art Nouveau and Gothic architecture. Head to the National Museum to discover Czech art and sculpture, historical artifacts, and natural history exhibitions. Enjoy a meal in the French restaurant at the top of the quirky Dancing House, with its surreal curves of glass, nicknamed “Fred and Ginger” for its resemblance to 2 swaying figures. If you're looking for evening entertainment, absorb some Czech culture with a night of opera in the extravagant surroundings of the State Opera. Keen to shop? Take an afternoon out to explore the stores and cafés of the Palladium shopping center on Republic Square, the largest in the city center.

Good for sightseers and culture enthusiasts


With its soaring church spires, landmark squares, and opulent theaters and museums, Nove Mesto is an ideal spot from which to experience Prague's historic architecture and celebrated sights. Visitors in search of Prague's legendary beauty will find plenty of photo opportunities in the squares and side streets of Nove Mesto, many scattered with reminders of the city's long history of war, commerce, and revolution. Whether it’s a relaxed evening in a low-key jazz club or dancing the night away in an underground rock venue, this neighborhood has plenty on offer to keep lovers of music and the arts roundly entertained.

How to get to Nove Mesto


Getting to Nove Mesto is easy. If you're arriving by air, it'll take you about 30 minutes to travel by car from Vaclav Havel Airport to your hotel in Nove Mesto. Alternatively, take bus 100 from the airport to Zlicin, then the metro (line B) to Nove Mesto. Prague's main train station is Hlavni Nadrazi, which is on the edge of the district, and just 10 minutes on foot from Wenceslas Square. Once in the neighborhood, it's easy to get around on foot, by bike, or by taxi. Travelers looking to venture further afield can make use of Prague's comprehensive metro, bus, and tram network.

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