Nove Mesto area of Prague, Czech
Nove Mesto is a very popular attraction with architecture enthusiasts. In addition to the Gothic architecture which covers most of the area, another form of architecture that can be spotted in the Vysehrad neighbourhood of Nove Mesto is Cubism. The manner in which the houses in Nove Mesto have been designed and the innovativeness of the architect behind all of them, Josef Chochol, make it a must see suburb on many a tourist agenda.
Also in the Nova Mesto area is Narodni Divadlo, the Czech Republic’s main performing arts venue. The Statue of St. Wenceslas, where the people of Prague gather to celebrate or protest and the Mucha Museum are also definitely worth a visit on your trip to Prague.
Restaurants in the area that have won the hearts of many a tourist include the Zahrada v Opere, which serves culinary classics like roasted and grilled fish, while also serving delicious rabbit meat dishes, thus catering to tastes that are specific to the people of Prague. Other popular restaurants in Prague include Ultramarine, Brasserie M and Hot.
In terms of hotels in the Nove Mesto area in Prague, luxury travellers are sure to enjoy a stay at the Carlo IV, a five star hotel. If you would like to stay in room that has an old world charm or one that has been designed in a modern and chic style, the Carlo IV has rooms to cater to all tastes. The Hotel Palace Praha, located in the heart of the city is another good accommodation option.
Shopping enthusiasts can visit boutiques like Marks and Spencer, Mango, Body Basics, Adidas and many other international branded stores in the Nove Mesto area.
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