Nearby AttractionsExplore Vysehrad Castle and city centre from hotel in Prague
At the Park Inn, guests are within walking distance of not only the Vltava River embankment but also Vysehrad Castle. The tram station is only 100 metres away, providing easy access to the Charles Bridge as well as the lively Old Town Square. Wander through the Prague Botanical Garden, visit Vysehrad Church or peruse the popular shops and bars of Charles Square. Travellers can also easily reach the city centre from this hotel in Prague.
Vysehrad fortress - 1 km
Dating back to the 10th century, this breathtaking attraction is home to the Basilica of St. Peter and St. Paul. The Basilica houses the remains of such notable Prague citizens as Bedřich Smetana, Antonín Dvořák and Karel Čapek.
Charles Bridge - 1.6 km
This bustling pedestrian bridge spans the Vltava River to connect Old Town with Lesser Town. Built in the 14th century, the bridge boasts 30 replicated baroque-style statues constructed around 1700. Musicians, vendors and painters line the iconic walkway.
National Theatre - 1.8 km
An impressive example of 19th-century Czech nationalism, the National Theatre is situated along the Vltava River and features intricate sculptures of stallions.
Jewish Quarter - 2.1 km
The intriguing Jewish Quarter, or Josefov, is home to the 13th-century Old-New Synagogue.
Church of St. Nicholas - 3.6 km
Exemplifying Prague's 18th-century baroque architecture, the Church of St. Nicholas once hosted an organ performance by Mozart.
Royal Garden - 3.9 km
The lush Royal Garden is open to the public during summer and dates back to the era of Ferdinand of Habsburg, who ordered building of Queen Anne Summer Palace.
Prague Castle - 4 km
Europe's largest ancient castle, this unforgettable landmark was founded in the year 870 by the Premysl princes. Visitors can spend the day wandering about the dense complex of buildings and churches. Don't miss the Old Royal Palace, Vladislav Hall and St. Vitus' Cathedral.
Golden Lane - 5.3 km
Possibly Prague's most-visited street, Golden Lane is populated with small, colourful 16th-century cottages, offering perfect scenery for a leisurely stroll.