Best Area to Stay in Prague

Nove Mesto and Vyehrad

These are within walking distance of the Vltava River and are home to many unique eateries, markets, and bars. 

Mala Strana

It is an ideal neighborhood for those interested in admiring gorgeous ancient structures. The Franz Kafka Museum is also nearby.


It is one of the central Prague hotels. It is a hotel with a dense population of restaurants and pubs and is popular among foreigners.


This neighborhood, which borders Mala Strana and the Vltava River, is home to the city’s largest shopping center. There are numerous beer gardens and pubs. 


It is a trendy neighborhood near the Vltava River with several art galleries and bars. 


Žižkov is a low-cost neighborhood with an edgy vibe. 

Hradcany (Castle District)

The city’s quietest district, yet nevertheless adjacent to significant sights such as Prague Castle, Saint Vitus Cathedral, Vladislav Hall, and Golden Lane.