Nerudova Street, Prague
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Each house on Nerudova Street has its own symbol and story. For example, a golden lion, a horseshoe, and three black eagles each served as house numbers and often indicated the profession of the original owner. Go to No.12--symbolized by three fiddles--to see the house that belonged to a family of violin makers. The palace at No. 33 hosted balls and welcomed famous guests, including Mozart and Giacomo Casanova. The street bears the name of Czech writer Jan Neruda, who used to live in at "the two suns." (See if you can find it!) Most of the houses have been transformed into hotels, restaurants, and small shops. Plan to see Nerudova Street and other attractions that appeal to you using our Prague trip itinerary builder.
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Очень красивая, загадочная улочка. Прогулки в атмосфере старины и мистики, особенно в сумерках - чувствуется волшебство.Very beautiful, mysterious Street. Walks in the atmosphere of antiquity and mysticism, especially at dusk-you can feel the magic.show original
Nerudova street is a centuries old street leading from Mala Strana neighborhood up to the castle. Therefore, as you would presume it's very steep. I suggest using it on your way back downhill from the... read more »
La ripida via che sale dalla piazza del Piccolo Quartiere al Castello (anche se per comodità, l’abbiamo fatta in discesa da castello dove eravamo saliti in tram) merita una visita per la serie di inte... read more »The steep road that climbs from the little quarter to the Castle (even though we did it for convenience, downhill from the Castle where we were boarded by tram) is worth a visit for the number of interesting buildings with their insignia as "the three violins" or the "Red Lion", including the building that houses the Embassy of Italy. Picturesque and see. .show original
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