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Review of Nerudova Street

Nerudova Street
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Reviewed April 23, 2013

Quite a steep walk so best saved for the descent from Prague castle rather than on the way there. Can't remember there being a great deal to see or do here though..

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Reviewed February 1, 2013

It is a street leading to Prague castle and it is worth to walk it through, because of nice baroque buildings. Many many souvenir shops and restaurants with relatively high prices, you can find there accomodation as well, probably the closest one to the Castle

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Reviewed December 28, 2012

This is a traditional way how to approach the castle by car (U are not allowed to if you are not a president...) - so you can enjoy the old houses street just below the castle + it is less steep way how to get there than stairs 8o)

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Reviewed December 11, 2012

Been there 1000 times. It's probably better to walk from the Castle down to the Malostranske square than the other way round, especially during hot summer. :-)

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Reviewed November 14, 2012

The street is named after Jan Neruda, a Czech poet from whom another great poet, Pablo Neruda, took the last name to become even more famous. Apart from looking at the house where Jan Neruda lived, in the upper part of the street, and a few other interesting houses that show different kinds of heraldic emblems, there is nothing more than souvenir stores for tourists, some restaurants and small hotels. But you will end walking the steep slope anyway to get to the Prague Castle. Which is mainly why the street is so popular.

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