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Review of Nerudova Street

Nerudova Street
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Reviewed June 26, 2013 via mobile

The street is full of shops and nice liberty style buildings. Once upon a time (not so long ago, in 1990) the shops were so different: you could find handmade soccer balls and sportswear similar to the ones used in europe in the '60s. The shops and markets were almost empty, so nowithe view is quite different and can find here all the shops and brands that you can find the consumerist western countries.

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Reviewed June 2, 2013 via mobile

Wish the weather had cooperated as it was rainy, windy and cold! Leads up to castle and its best to be in good shape to attempt the walk up the hill. Going down not bad unless you have bad knees. Great views from the top!

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Reviewed May 31, 2013 via mobile

During the renaissance era, this street was called Loutnarska. Today, in honor of 19th century author Jan Neruda, the street called Nerudova Street. An old street existing long before the establishment of the city.

Picturesque street leading up to Prague Castle from Lesser Town Square (Malostranske Namesti). Magical street!

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Reviewed May 11, 2013

Historical street! Not only for well-known Hostinec U dvou slunců (house where Jan Neruda was born and wrote a lot of his books), but for beautiful palaces along it where nowadays are Italian and Romanian Embassies. There are also many houses with so-called sign-numbers - these signs were distinctive marks when house numbers didn't exist!

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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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