Local Attractions

Just 20 minutes from Vaclav Havel International Airport and located in the heart of the city, Hilton Prague Old Town is perfectly positioned for business and leisure guests to explore this fascinating city and discover its hidden treasures with ease. The famous sites of Prague, such as Wenceslas Square, Charles Bridge and Old Town Square, are all within walking distance, while Namesti Republiky station provides nearby subway access.
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Spa city Karlovy Vary, located in the west of the Czech Republic.  ... something interesting to note - city is famous for its 13 main springs, another 300 smaller ones and warm-water river Tepla, as well as for being one of the sets for the James Bond movie Casino Royale.

Spa city Karlovy Vary, located in the west of the Czech Republic. ... something interesting to note - city is famous for its 13 main springs, another 300 smaller ones and warm-water river Tepla, as well as for being one of the sets for the James Bond movie Casino Royale.

City of Plzen with its famous Pilsner Urquell Brewery.   ... something interesting to note - found in 1898, Pilsner Urquell became one of the most popular beer brand in the Czech Republic.

City of Plzen with its famous Pilsner Urquell Brewery. something interesting to note - found in Pilsner Urquell became one of the most popular beer brand in the Czech Republic.

Kutna Hora - Sedlec Ossuary.   ... something interesting to note - medival city in the Central Bohemia region and both Kutna Hora and Sedlec are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

something interesting to note - medival city in the Central Bohemia region and both Kutna Hora and Sedlec are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Petrin Hill Observation Tower.  ... something interesting to note - inspired by the Eiffel Tower, the Petrin Tower was built within 4 months in 1891 for the General Land Centennial Exhibition.

something interesting to note - inspired by the Eiffel Tower, the Petrin Tower was built within 4 months in 1891 for the General Land Centennial Exhibition.

Wenceslas Square with the National Museum and Wenceslas Monument.  ... something interesting to note -  Wenceslas Square has the shape of a very long (750 m, total area 45,000 m²) rectangle, in a northwest–southeast direction, dominated by the grand neoclassical Czech National Museum.

Wenceslas Square with the National Museum and Wenceslas Monument. ... something interesting to note - Wenceslas Square has the shape of a very long (750 m, total area 45,000 m²) rectangle, in a northwest–southeast direction, dominated by the grand neoclassical Czech National Museum.

Amazing Prague Castle during a night.  ... something interesting to note - Prague Castle is the biggest castle in the world according to the Guiness book of records.

Prague Castle, Czech Republic, built: Inhabitants: Kings of Bohemia, Holy Roman Emperors, and presidents of the Czech Republic — It is the largest castle complex in the world.

Do not forget to visit Fred and Ginger also called 'Dancing House' once you visit Prague! Hilton Prague Old Town just adores it!

The mind-bending Dancing House by Vlado Milunić and Frank Gehry, Prague.

Do not forget to visit the gorgeous State Opera when you come to Prague! This place is definitely worth seeing!

Czech Republic - Dvořák’s Prague

Prague's Old Town Square with the Astronomical Clock.  ... something interesting to note - the Astronomical clock was first installed in 1410, making it the third-oldest astronomical clock in the world and the oldest one still to work.

Prague's Old Town Square with the Astronomical Clock. something interesting to note - the Astronomical clock was first installed in making it the third-oldest astronomical clock in the world and the oldest one still to work.

National Theatre by night.  ... something interesting to note - the National Theatre was opened for the first time on 11 June 1881 to honour the visit of Crown Prince Rudolf of Austria.

National theatre - Prague, catch a ballet, maybe?

Old Jewish Cemetery in Jewish Quarter of Prague.  ... something interesting to note - Jewish Quarter is located in Josefov, the smallest cadastral area of Prague.

Old Jewish Cemetery in Jewish Quarter of Prague. something interesting to note - Jewish Quarter is located in Josefov, the smallest cadastral area of Prague.

Prague, the capital city.  ... something interesting to note - Prague is the fourteenth-largest city in the European Union, with population of nearly 2 million people.

Prague, the capital city. something interesting to note - Prague is the fourteenth-largest city in the European Union, with population of nearly 2 million people.

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