Josefov, Prague and Kampa, are nearby areas which are also worth discovering.
Aloisov has plenty of cultural attractions nearby that allow visitors to really get a feel for the area. Visit some of the noteworthy exhibit spaces and museums including Mucha Museum, Pinkas Synagogue and the Museum of Communism. Experience a couple of the popularater, dance and music performances at Rudolfinum, the Prague State Opera and the Prague National Theatre. The area is a dream destination for art lovers. Visit Langhans Gallery.
If the weather is good get into the great outdoors and make the most of the nearby parks and reserves. When the weather’s fine, pay a visit to Kampa Park, the Sacre Coeur Park and Mrazovka Park, where visitors can breathe in the fresh air. Grab your camera and explore the well-used nature preserves for which this area is well known, like Slavic Island.
Those with some time to spare in the Aloisov area should go and see Astronomical Clock, Wenceslas Square and Vysehrad. If your spirit could do with a little renewal, serenity and calm awaits at sacred places like Bethlehem Chapel, Tyn Church and the Church of St. Giles. Brush up on Prague’s history at Vysehrad Castle and Kinsky Palace.
If you are looking to buy souvenirs, fashion and food, amble through the many stores that are part of Arkady Pankrac, the Palladium Shopping Centre and Lucerna Palace.
Eden Arena is the perfect place to hang out with lovers of soccer, and to see local favorites, the SK Slavia Prague, in action. On match days follow the river of red and white, to the stadium, then after the final whistle blows, join fans at a nearby pub, bar or cafe for a few post-game beers.
To make sure you get the most out of this fascinating part of the world, think about booking a room at one of the area’s hotel or serviced apartment options. Make reservations for the Grand Majestic Plaza, the Hotel Kings Court, or the Hilton Prague.