Hotels in Prague 2 are close enough to sights to reach them on foot, and most sights are located close to each other. This district offers accommodation types to suit all budgets, from hostels to five-star hotels.
The gothic Town Hall is a colorful collection of gothic and renaissance-style façades that has been thoroughly restored following damage in the Second World War. It houses the Astronomical Clock, a major attraction which was created to show the presumed rotation of the sun and the moon around the earth and their relation to the zodiac. The clock is also a popular meeting point for walking tours of the city.
Vinohrady is a prestigious residential area of Prague lined with grand neo-renaissance, art nouveau, pseudo-baroque, and neo-gothic buildings. Visitors can take advantage of the parks and gardens; the largest being Riegrovy sady on the north and Havlíčkovy sady on the south. Minutes away, Vyšehrad is the site of an old medieval fortress that also contains the Czech national cemetery.
Constructed in the 14th Century as an extension of the old town, New Town includes Wenceslas Square, which offers easy walking access to all of Prague's sights and attractions. More of a boulevard than a square, the area is popular for its trendy nightclubs and quaint arcades. The Prague 2 district includes Charles Square, one of the largest squares in the world, which boasts a full park in its centre.
The international airport and outer Prague are easily accessed by tram and train from Prague 2. As throughout the city centre, taxis are readily available.