Nerudova Street
Nerudova Street
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Neighbourhood: Hradcany & Letna
Your experience in Prague will never be complete if you do not see it from the top. Hillsides, stretched from the west to the north, provide spectacular views of greenish copper cupolas, narrow cobblestone streets, bridges connecting both river banks and green gardens from red-roof tops of centuries-old houses. Prague pulls you into its 1300 year old history. Walking up the hill or stairs to Prague Castle, the historical seat of Czech rulers and the majestic Saint Vitus Cathedral can leave you speechless (and out of breath). Luckily, plenty of terrace cafés overlooking gardens and beautiful parks are available to provide rest and a place to catch your breath again.

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Tiberiu_Baranyi
Timisoara, Romania16,943 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2023 • Couples
Nerudova street in Prague - one of the most iconic streets in the city - amongst others of-course - going from Malostranska square to the Prague Castle.
You can go up , or you can descend from the Castle towards the Lesser and Old Town of Prague (Charles Bridge maybe ...).
Why is it interesting - well the beautiful baroques style buildings - those today are home to embassies, hotels, cafés, restaurants, shops , you name it... the name of the street is taken from Jan Neruda, famous Czech writer and journalist (the house he lived in has a bas-relief at the upper level and 2 suns on the front) who lived on this street.
If you are not into architecture , but looking for some souvenirs or a place to have a drink or grab some food, on this street you may find some very good choices, don't forget to put this street on your itinerary when visiting Prague.
Written May 19, 2024
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Pub Monster Neil
Liverpool, UK37,168 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2024 • Friends
Nerudova Street is without a shadow of a doubt one of my favourite streets in the Castle District ( Hradcany ) .
This street leads too and from Prague Castle and is lined with some of the most beautiful buildings in the city ,architecture along this street is breathtaking, there's also pubs,bars, cafe's and restaurants plus souvenir shops ,its one of the most trekked streets in this fascinating city, if you're planning a holiday to Prague its a must go destination, its a street most definitely well worth checking out.
Written April 6, 2024
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Jo P
Chard, England, United Kingdom85 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2023 • Friends
Our hotel was on Nerudova Street so we were already there each day. When we booked I thought there was a Christmas market in the area but that was not there this year, which was a bit disappointing.

The road is very steep but has some nice shops and restaurants so is worth a visit if nearby. Some of the shops and cafes do good rather flexible hours so it's worth checking if you have somewhere specific in mind
Written December 31, 2023
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Cristinel
Romania1,054 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2023 • Family
Beautiful street, very vibrant with beautiful buildings. You cannot miss it if you go to and from Prague Castle to Lesser Town. Otherway it is a narrow street, circulated by cars and very easy become very crowded, especially when big guided groups of tourists are moving around.
Written August 17, 2023
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Neil K
Liverpool, UK830,453 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2022 • Friends
Nerudova Street is a great street to walk down if you're planning a holiday to Prague.
This street leads down from the stunning Castle District ( Hradcany ) to the beautiful Lesser Town ( Mala Strana ) .
Along this street there are amazing looking buildings to view plus really interesting statue's ,as this is a major tourist destination there are lots of great cafés,pubs,bars and restaurants that are very cool plus some souvenir shops ,my twin brother Stephen and I were in Prague on the run up the Christmas period ,snow falling heavily ,we made our way down from the Prague Castle to the Lesser Town ,it was slippy and fun ,don't know how we never took a fall ,we dropped into three pubs on our descent ,had a great time ,if you're in the area it's a street to most definitely check out.
Written March 30, 2023
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Ginges_revenge
Brisbane, Australia5,757 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2023
This is a lovely cobblestoned street connecting Malostranske namesti square, Lesser town and leads up to the monastery and enables you to access the castle as well when you turn off it.
There are plenty of restaurants and bars along it, most of which are tourist traps and really overpriced, however, there are a few hidden gems if you do some research on this area. The "honest Guide" team on YouTube are good for this.
there are some lovely houses / palaces and churches on this street too.
If your in Prague and walking to the castle from the old town and come across from the Charles bridge, you'll probably walk straight up it.
Keep your head on a swivel as there is lots of nice scenery to see.
Written March 27, 2023
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Neil K
Liverpool, UK830,453 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2022 • Friends
Leading down from the Castle Street down to Malestranske Namesti ,Narudova Street is a great street to descend ,architecture along this street is awesome,every step and an historic building is viewed ,great photographic opportunities ,along this street is an amazing amount of pubs,bars,cafés and restaurants plus boutique retail outlets and souvenir shops,it's a great street to enjoy and is a must go destination if you're planning a trip to this beautiful Bohemian city of Prague.
Written April 19, 2022
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zuv
Bucharest, Romania35,384 contributions
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Aug 2021
One of the most interesting street of Prague. Cobbled, not very wide, guarded by old buildings, it starts in Malostranske namesti square and goes up to Strahov Monastery. Turning right at one point, you can reach the castle, also.
Written October 24, 2021
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PavlaPavla
Chrudim, Czech Republic7,129 contributions
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Jun 2020
This lovely cobbled and steep street with beautiful old houses connects Lesser Town Square with Prague Castle. You can find many restaurants and souvenir shops here. Because a lot of tourists use this street, when they come to/from Prague Castle, it is overpriced here and most of them are just tourist traps.

But the street itself is really nice. The burgher houses are often marked with a house signs and they are mostly of medieval origin. There are not only houses, but palaces too (Bretfeld Palace, Kinský Palace, Kolovrat Palace) where the embassies are located now or they were transformed into hotels.
Written June 10, 2020
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Aussies11
Montelparo, Italy4,479 contributions
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Feb 2020
Nerudova street is the ring street connecting the presidential castle and Charles bridge. As we walked to the castle from Holesovice district, Nerudova was on the way back to our hotel in Stare Mesto; though we were a bit tired, the descent of this historical street has been very scenic. You could still breath the beer smell from the closed pubs but it has been a pleasure to window-shop a few antiques and take a picture over Mala Strana and Stare Mesto.
Written March 7, 2020
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