Parizska Street Vacations
Josefov, Prague and Kampa, are other places in the area which are also worth touring.
You’ll find some unique cultural attractions in and around Parizska Street. Wander through the exhibits and savor the atmosphere of Mucha Museum, Pinkas Synagogue and the Museum of Communism. To experience the city’s dynamic artistic culture, book a show at one of the gorgeous performing arts institutes such as Rudolfinum, the Prague State Opera and the Prague National Theatre. Acclaimed galleries, include Langhans Gallery.
If the weather is good, follow the locals and make the most of the nearby green spaces. There are some pleasant gardens and parks, so why not take a break in Kampa Park, the Sacre Coeur Park and Mrazovka Park. Make the most of the nearby wilderness by heading to Slavic Island.
A number of Prague’s attractions are within driving distance of Parizska Street, including Astronomical Clock, Wenceslas Square and Vysehrad. Visitors with a passion for religious history will appreciate the care and devotion that has gone into creating Bethlehem Chapel, Tyn Church and the Church of St. Giles. For history lovers, the area’s bygone days can still be experienced at Vysehrad Castle and Kinsky Palace.
Find the perfect accessory, stock up on groceries or just window shop at nearby fashion hotspots like Arkady Pankrac, the Palladium Shopping Centre and Lucerna Palace.
See popular sporting heroes, the SK Slavia Prague, do battle in the nearby Eden Arena. On match days follow the procession of red and white, to the stadium, then after the full-time hooter blows, join fans in the nearby pubs and relive the action over a friendly drink or two.
Finding somewhere comfortable to unpack your bags around the Parizska Street area is simple. Check out the rooms and rates at the Grand Majestic Plaza, the Hotel Kings Court, or the Hilton Prague.