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Alex
Alex
January 23, 2018
This is really interesting street, it was originally called Strahovská at the lower end and Ostruhová at the top end, was renamed at the end of the 19th century after the writer and journalist Jan Neruda who spent a part of his life in the street, and who wrote about the Malá Strana in many of his…
Mirek
Mirek
August 16, 2017
It is one of the most interesting streets in Prague. It is part of the former Royal Route where the coronation procession of the Czech kings was going
Pavel
Pavel
July 23, 2017
Very nice street with many old houses, good restaurant. IThe street is close to Prague castle - part IV od Royal route
Jan
Jan
March 23, 2017
The streets named after the famous czech writer Jan Neruda.
Lubos
Lubos
November 12, 2016
When going from Charles Bridge to the castle, chances are, you are going from Lesser Town´s Square to Nerudova ulice. The street is busy with pubs and souvenir shops as well as embassies of many countries occupying the most prominent and spectacular buildings. From Nerudova you can turn to the…

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Localização
1 Nerudova
Hlavní město Praha, 118 00