If you are staying in Radlice, be sure to spend a little time exploring surrounding neighborhoods like Strahov, Kampa and Podoli.
Savvy travelers in Radlice, keen to deepen their appreciation of this area, will love the cultural attractions nearby. Take a tour, admire the architecture or simply enjoy the wonderful artworks at Bertramka, the Czech Museum of Music and the Czech National Museum. See established and up-and-coming artists performing live at the Prague National Theatre and Laterna Magika. There are a number of excellent galleries to enjoy nearby. In particular, don’t miss Langhans Gallery.
If the weather is good, do what the locals do and appreciate the nearby green spaces. Enjoy some of the pleasant urban spaces such as Kampa Park, the Sacre Coeur Park and Mrazovka Park. Explore the local wilderness by visiting Slavic Island.
Prague has a number of interesting places to see including Wenceslas Square, Vysehrad and Lennon Wall. Bethlehem Chapel, the Church of St. Giles and the Church of Saints Cyril and Methodius offer visitors to Prague the opportunity to better understand the religious history of the area. If you’re into history, the region’s past has been beautifully preserved at Vysehrad Castle.
If you are looking to buy souvenirs, fashion and food, explore the boutiques, stores and stalls of the Novy Smichov Shopping Centre, Lucerna Palace and Lucerna Arcade.
Sports fans should head to Generali Arena to see the AC Sparta Prague taking on visiting rivals. Look like a local and pull on the maroon and white, the colors of the AC Sparta Prague.
When you’re ready to rest your weary feet after a long day exploring the charming streets of Radlice, check in to one of the many local bed-and-breakfast, hotel and short-stay apartment options. If you’re looking for a warm welcome and a good nights sleep be sure to check out the Cloister Inn, the Hotel Roma, and the Unitas Hotel.