The Left riverbank is crowned by Prague Castle but this crown is matched by jewels scattered around if you just lower your eyes. To reach it you need to cross the first one: Charles’ Bridge, only to get to the next: Kampa or Prague Venice, followed by a gem stone: Malá strana or Lesser Quarter. This walk will make you happy to be alive and appreciate what beautiful things can be found in the world.
PLACES WAITING FOR YOU ON THE WAY
Established in 1356 it was the only way to get from Old Town to the Lesser Quarter for centuries. Later, having been decorated by statues demonstrating omnipresent Baroque spirituality, it eventually also became a unique open air gallery and a stone book which you can read for hours.
Some streets that are just off the main tourist routes but most people visiting the city never get to experience the wonders and charms they hold. Don’t you want to wonder at what others are missing? Wouldn’t you enjoy walking down one of the steepest streets in the city while others climb up it all short of breath?
Kostel svatého Mikuláše (St Nicholas church in the Lesser Quarter)
Experts call it a Baroque pearl of Prague, but your own real life experience of this gem will surpass all labels and descriptions. The place will grab your senses and touch your heart. You will be in awe at how from inanimate matter the architects managed to create a building that seems to be living.
Duration of the tour is approximately 2,5 hours