Prague Lesser Quarter
There are few cities as attractive as Prague. The wonderfully romantic streets and buildings of the Czech capital are packed with breath-taking sights. Nowhere is this truer than in the Prague Lesser Quarter, a neighbourhood whose name belies its stunning character.
The Lesser Quarter is a vibrant testament to Prague’s history and a must-see for any visitor to the city. Guests enjoying the premier comfort available at the Radisson Blu Alcron Hotel, Prague will find that the short trip to this alluring area will be rewarded many times over.
A rich architectural tapestry
The Lesser Quarter is nestled in the foothills of the city castle, across the river from the equally picturesque streets of the . The area was founded in the 13th century and is full of evocative sights that remind visitors of that long history.
At the centre of the Lesser Quarter is the Baroque Lesser Town Square, home to the magnificent St Nicholas Church. It is one of the most striking buildings in the district but in the cobbled streets around the square there are many more, including the Old Town Hall and Smiricky Palace.
Experiencing the past
The historic cobbled streets of the Lesser Quarter are among Prague’s most impressive and it would be easy to spend a day exploring the small shops and friendly pubs in the area. And as the evening draws to a close and the streets of the area get quieter, visitors can imagine life in Prague’s illustrious heyday.
Prague is a patchwork of attractive areas, each boasting its own unique character. The Lesser Quarter is one of the most rewarding of these but all of the areas are within easy reach of the superior rooms available at the Radisson Blu Alcron Hotel, Prague. The hotel is the perfect base for a stay in the city.