Free Walking Sightseeing Tour #6 in Prague, Czechia


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Tour Facts

Number of sights 19 sights
Distance 7.9 km
Ascend 243 m
Descend 225 m

Explore Prague in Czechia with this free self-guided walking tour. The map shows the route of the tour. Below is a list of attractions, including their details.

Activities in PragueIndividual Sights in Prague

Sight 1: Antonín Dvořák Museum

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The Antonín Dvořák Museum is a museum in Prague in the Czech Republic dedicated to the Czech composer Antonín Dvořák.

Wikipedia: Antonín Dvořák Museum (EN), Website

346 meters / 4 minutes

Sight 2: svatý Kříž

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The Chapel of the Holy Cross at Apollinaire is located inside the premises of the Royal Provincial Maternity Hospital of St. Apollinaire in Prague 2-New Town as its organic part.

Wikipedia: Kaple svatého Kříže u Apolináře (CS)

236 meters / 3 minutes

Sight 3: Saint Apollinaire

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Saint Apollinaire

The Church of St. Apollinaire is located in New Town in Prague in the street Apolinarska on the hill called Vetrov. This Gothic church was built approximately between years 1360–1390. The church was established by Charles IV in 1362. Nowadays Roman Catholic Church is located here but it was administrated also by the Chemin Neuf community. The church is protected as a cultural heritage since 1958.

Wikipedia: Church of St. Apollinaire, Prague (EN), Website

723 meters / 9 minutes

Sight 4: Nejsvětější Trojice

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The Church of the Holy Trinity in Podskalí is a Roman Catholic parish church in the middle of the former Prague village of Podskalí, Nové Město in Prague 2, Trojická Street. It is a simple, originally Gothic, baroque converted building with a tower from 1782. It is protected as a cultural monument of the Czech Republic.

Wikipedia: Kostel Nejsvětější Trojice (Praha, Trojická ulice) (CS)

288 meters / 3 minutes

Sight 5: svatý Jan Nepomucký na Skalce

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The Church of St. John of Nepomuk at Skalka is a Roman Catholic church in Prague, New Town, Vyšehradská Street. The church was built in the 30s of the 18th century by the Prague architect Kilian Ignaz Dientzenhofer and is an important monument of the Czech dynamic Baroque. Since May 3, 1958, the church has been a registered cultural monument under number 40104/1-1224.

Wikipedia: Kostel svatého Jana Nepomuckého na Skalce (CS)

204 meters / 2 minutes

Sight 6: Faust house

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The Mladotov Palace or Faust House is a Baroque palace building located in Prague on Charles Square. Since 1964 it has been a cultural monument.

Wikipedia: Faustův dům (CS)

127 meters / 2 minutes

Sight 7: Benedikt Roezl

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The monument to Benedikt Roezl on Charles Square in Prague dates back to 1898.

Wikipedia: Pomník Benedikta Roezla (CS)

256 meters / 3 minutes

Sight 8: Panna Marie na Slovanech

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The Church of Our Lady, St. Jerome, St. Cyril and Methodius, St. Adalbert and St. Procopius is a church of the Emmaus Monastery in Vyšehradská Street in Prague 2, at the southern edge of Prague's New Town. The three-nave hall church in the Gothic style was built by Charles IV for the Benedictine community of the Slavic liturgy. Today, the façade of the church is characterized by its original concrete tower-like ending, which replaced the western twin towers destroyed during the bombing in 1945. The church is part of the listed area of the Gothic monastery, which was declared a national cultural monument in 1978.

Wikipedia: Kostel Panny Marie na Slovanech (CS), Website

36 meters / 0 minutes

Sight 9: svatý Kosma a Damián

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The Chapel of Saints Cosmas and Damian is an early Baroque church in the area of the Emmaus Monastery, today serving as a Greek Catholic church. Originally a Roman Catholic sanctuary, it served as a parish church of the former independent village of Podskalí. The address of the building is Vyšehradská 49, Prague 2-Nové Město, sometimes the address Na Slovanech is also mentioned.

Wikipedia: Kostel svatého Kosmy a Damiána (Emauzy) (CS)

461 meters / 6 minutes

Sight 10: svatý Václav na Zderaze

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St. Wenceslas Church at Zderaz is a Gothic single-nave church in Prague – New Town. It is located at the crossroad of Resslova Street and Dittrichova Street.

Wikipedia: St. Wenceslas Church (Zderaz) (EN)

183 meters / 2 minutes

Sight 11: Alois Jirásek

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The statue of Alois Jirásek is an outdoor sculpture by Karel Pokorný and Jaroslav Fragner, installed in Prague, Czech Republic.

Wikipedia: Statue of Alois Jirásek, Prague (EN)

522 meters / 6 minutes

Sight 12: Dienzenhoferovy sady

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Dientzenhofer Gardens are an area of public greenery on the left-bank bridgehead of the Jirásek Bridge in Prague, Smíchov. They are bordered by V Botanice, Matoušova and Zborovská streets. One of the main landmarks of the orchards is a 20-metre-high English oak with a trunk circumference of over 3.75 metres, which was declared a memorable tree on 26 January 2005.

Wikipedia: Dienzenhoferovy sady (CS)

571 meters / 7 minutes

Sight 13: Jiří Wolker

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Jiří Wolker

Jiří Wolker was a Czech poet, journalist and playwright. He was one of the founding members of KSČ - Communist Party of Czechoslovakia - in 1921.

Wikipedia: Jiří Wolker (EN)

582 meters / 7 minutes

Sight 14: Saint Wenceslas

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The church of St. Wenceslas on Smíchov is a Roman Catholic parish church on October 14 in Smíchov in Prague. The new Reenaissance three-ship basilica with two fifty-foot towers is dedicated to the Czech patron Saint Wenceslas. It was built in 1881–1885 according to the plans of architect Antonín Viktor Barvitia. Louis Šimek and Stanislav Sucharda were involved in plastic decoration, paintings, mosaics or stains were designed by František Sequens, Josef Matyš Trenkwald, Maxmilian Pirner and Zikmund Rudl. The exterior of the building belongs to the most important examples of Czech neo-renaissance architecture, the interior is conceived in the style of early Christian basilica of the Roman.

Wikipedia: Kostel svatého Václava (Smíchov) (CS)

929 meters / 11 minutes

Sight 15: svatý Gabriel

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The Church of the Annunciation of the Virgin Mary is a Roman Catholic branch church of the Smíchov parish. It stands in a dominant position at the southern foot of Petřín Hill, on the site of former vineyards in Holečkova Street in Prague 5 – Smíchov. Since 1964, the church, together with the Benedictine convent, has been listed as a cultural monument.

Wikipedia: Kostel svatého Gabriela (Smíchov) (CS)

739 meters / 9 minutes

Sight 16: Bertramka

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Bertramka is a villa in Prague where Mozart was a frequent guest. Bertramka is now a museum dedicated to the memory of Mozart and to the former owners and Mozart’s hosts: Mr and Mrs Dušek.

Wikipedia: Bertramka (EN), Website

683 meters / 8 minutes

Sight 17: Kingdom of Railways

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The Kingdom of Railways is primarily a set of several model railroads in a scale of 1:87. Particularly noteworthy is the exposition, located on the 2nd floor, presenting a simplified railway model of the Czech Republic. The trackage contains models of important buildings in the Czech Republic as well as several moving cars. In addition, some locomotives have cameras in the front, which broadcast live footage of the train's journey to the cinema hall, which is located near the tracks. On the track, the periods of day and night alternate in regular cycles.

Wikipedia: Království železnic (CS), Website

826 meters / 10 minutes

Sight 18: Českobratrská modlitebna

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The Evangelical Church at the Parish Congregation of the Evangelical Church of Czech Brethren is a sacral building built between 1930 and 1931 in Prague's Smíchov, in Na Doubkových Street. The author of its ideological design was Filip Křížek, whose son Jaroslav designed the building. However, the congregation did not have enough funds for the construction of the church, so it decided to issue lottery tickets, the proceeds of which helped to cover part of the costs. Nevertheless, the congregation went into debt and paid off the installments until the Second World War. The ceremonial opening of the new church took place on September 28, 1931 and the first sermon was delivered by university professor František Bednář. At the beginning of the 21st century, the members of the congregation considered a major reconstruction of the interior of the house. Although the representatives of the choir initially chose the design by architect Hana Seho, it did not gain the support of the other members of the choir and was therefore abandoned. Another tender resulted in a proposal from the MCA studio, which is finally implemented.

Wikipedia: Evangelický kostel (Smíchov) (CS), Website

185 meters / 2 minutes

Sight 19: sbor Československé církve husitské

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The Church of the Czechoslovak Hussite Church in Smíchov is a functionalist building from 1935. Its address is in Na Václavce Street No. 117/1, but it also dominates the upper end of U Santošky Street. There is also a memorial to Dr. Karel Farský.

Wikipedia: Husův sbor (Smíchov) (CS), Website


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