Hotel U Medvidku is located in the historical center of Prague. In the vicinity of the hotel (about 30 minutes), there are many tourist attractions, cultural attractions, shops, cafes, clubs, museums and theaters.
  1.     Prague Castle
    It is the most important cultural and historical monuments not only in Prague but throughout the Czech Republic. We will find many monuments that are witnesses to the history of Czech statehood. Examples include: St. Paul’s Cathedral. Vitus, Wenceslaus and Adalbert, Old Royal Palace, St. Peter’s Basilica. George, Golden Lane, Queen Anne’s Summer and more. Construction of Prague Castle was started at the end of the ninth century by Prince Bořivoj of the of the Přemyslovci. The early medieval castle was fortified with a moat and rampart of stone and clay.
  2.     Charles Bridge
    The foundation stone of the Charles Bridge laid by Charles IV. 9. 7. 1357. The bridge was built on the site of the former Judith Bridge, which was destroyed by the floods. The bridge is 515 meters long and 10 meters wide and is decorated with 30 statues and sculptures.
  3.     National Theatre
    Among the most famous theaters in the Czech Republic. Neo-Renaissance theater building Zítek Joseph is one of the most important buildings in the country in terms of both general národněkulturního, historical, and in terms of purely architectural.
  4.     Old Town Hall with Astronomical Clock
    Hall was established r. 1338 The clock every hour 12 apostles appear below them is a calendar board with zodiac signs.
  5.     Jewish town
    It was founded in the 13th century and preserves centuries-old history of Prague Jews. It includes many Jewish monuments – synagogues, the museum and two cemeteries.
  6.     Powder Tower
    This gothic building dates from r. 1475, built it Matej Rejsek. It was rebuilt in the late 19th century. Previously he served as a gunpowder store.
  7.     St. Nicholas in the Lesser
    Significant Baroque building with a cupola and belfry and rich interior decoration. During his visit here played the organ W. A. ​​Mozart.
  8.     Petrin Tower
    The 60 m high iron tower was built as part of the Jubilee Exhibition r. 1891 as a loose copy of the Eiffel Tower. On top of 299 stairs leads.
  9.     Tyn Church
    The most impressive Gothic sacred building in Prague, built in the mid-14th century to the early 16th century. At the end of the 17th century, the interior was rebuilt in Baroque style.
  10.     National Museum
    It is the most important Czech museum institution. It was founded in 1818 and is focused on a more scientific and collections renaissance oborů. The monumental historic main building of the museum since 1891, closes the upper part of Wenceslas Square in Prague’s New Town.
  11.     Golden Street
    Golden Lane at Prague Castle is located between the northern wall fortifications, and old burgrave. Houses built from the late 16th century to the wall niches were occupied until WW2. The picturesque character of the lane was perceived by the First Republic and to ensure that the houses are not too varied. Currently, there are galleries, original shops and exposure. The whole street was quite enjoying great popularity of tourists, perhaps for its fairytale appearance faded pastel tones, tiny windows and doors, low roofs and chimneys amount.
  12.     Wenceslas Square
    Prague is the cultural and business center. It is 750 m long and 60 m wide boulevard in the New Town, leading from the National Museum to Mustek, to the border of Old Town. Wenceslas Square has witnessed many important historical events. It is the traditional place for demonstrations, celebrations and other mass gatherings.