CorelDraw Map Prague Czech Republic

Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic, is a beautiful city known for its rich history, stunning architecture, and vibrant culture. The city is divided into several districts and neighborhoods, each with its own unique character and charm. Here’s an overview of some of the most prominent districts and neighborhoods in Prague:

  1. Prague 1 – Staré Město (Old Town):
    • The historic heart of Prague, Old Town is home to iconic attractions like the Old Town Square, Astronomical Clock, and Charles Bridge.
    • Cobblestone streets, colorful baroque buildings, and a lively atmosphere define this area.
    • It’s a popular tourist destination with numerous shops, restaurants, and cultural sites.
  2. Prague 2 – Nové Město (New Town):
    • Nové Město is just south of the Old Town and features Wenceslas Square, a major commercial and cultural hub.
    • It’s home to many hotels, restaurants, and nightlife options.
  3. Prague 3 – Žižkov:
    • Žižkov is known for its distinctive TV Tower with crawling babies sculptures.
    • It has a vibrant artsy scene, with numerous cafes, bars, and clubs.
    • It’s a popular residential area for artists and young professionals.
  4. Prague 5 – Smíchov:
    • Smíchov is a commercial and residential district on the west bank of the Vltava River.
    • It’s home to the popular Anděl shopping and entertainment center and the Kinský Garden.
    • The area has good public transportation connections.
  5. Prague 6 – Dejvice:
    • Dejvice is a leafy, upscale residential area known for its beautiful parks and embassies.
    • It’s home to Prague Castle, Strahov Monastery, and the Prague Loreto.
    • The area is popular among expats and families.
  6. Prague 7 – Holešovice:
    • Holešovice is an up-and-coming neighborhood with a mix of modern and industrial architecture.
    • It’s known for its dynamic cultural scene, including the DOX Centre for Contemporary Art and the National Gallery.
    • The area is also famous for its food markets, like the Holešovice Market.
  7. Prague 8 – Karlín:
    • Karlín is a trendy district with a vibrant dining and nightlife scene.
    • It’s home to Karlínské náměstí (Karlín Square) and beautiful churches like St. Cyril and Methodius.
    • The area has a youthful and dynamic atmosphere.
  8. Prague 9 – Vysočany:
    • Vysočany is a mostly residential district with modern housing complexes and shopping centers.
    • It’s known for the O2 Arena, a major venue for concerts and sports events.
    • The neighborhood offers a quieter lifestyle compared to the city center.
  9. Prague 10 – Vršovice:
    • Vršovice is a diverse neighborhood with a mix of residential and commercial areas.
    • It’s home to Havlíčkovy sady park and has a relaxed, laid-back atmosphere.
    • The neighborhood is becoming increasingly popular with young professionals.

These are just a few of Prague’s districts and neighborhoods, each with its own unique character and attractions. Whether you’re interested in history, art, nightlife, or simply enjoying the local culture, Prague has something to offer for everyone.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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