Mala Strana is one of the picturesque towns of Prague. The river Vltava flows in its natural course by the side of the town of Mala Strana. It is a majestic experience to relish the beauty of the Old Town on the opposite side of Mala Strana. The bridge to connect these two towns of Prague is Charles Bridge. The magnificent view of the Prague Castle can also be enjoyed from any point of Mala Strana. The tourists can reach the Prague Castle conveniently from Mala Strana. They only need to take the steep route of Nerudova Street. The buildings and churches of Mala Strana remind the tourists of the rich architectural history of Prague.
When Mala Strana came into being in the 8th century, it started as a market establishment. Then in the 13th century, it was granted the status of a town. The
baroque square of Mala Strana, Malastranske Namesti contains a big list of finely decorated pubs and restaurants. From this location, the tourists can also enjoy the magnificent views of churches, rivers.
The famous architectures in Mala Strana include:
For years, the picturesque Mala Strana has been used by the film directors as the backdrop of many scenes. The tourists should never miss out the opportunity to relish the beauty of Mala Strana.
- Petrín lookout tower
- Statue of the Holy Infant Jesus of Prague
- Church of Our Lady Victorious