Vinohrady, the former royal vineyards of Prague covers Prague 2, 3 and 10; the area was called the royal vineyards from 1867 to 1968. This gorgeous, mainly residential area is where you will find majority of the city's Art Nouveau architecture. The intricate, colorful facades are enough alone to warrant a visit to this area of Prague but as an extra added bonus the neighborhood features intriguing Prague attractions. The majority of Vinohrady's buildings have been renovated seeing as it is considered to be one of the wealthier areas of Prague, ensuring that a visit to this area will leave you contemplating the gracefulness of Art Nouveau architecture and just how amazing it is that every single facade is, in fact, different in its decoration and beauty.  

St. Ludmila

The St. Ludmila church is one of the most distinctive landmarks in Vinohrady. Situated on Náměstí Míru Square, this gorgeous neo Gothic church was built from 1883 to 1893 and is comprised of two magnificent twin towers resembling two hands in a prayer which you can’t miss. From the outside the church catches your eye by its impressive stature, whil...

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Vinohrady Theater

Nearly adjacent to the church of St. Ludmila, in the very popular residential neighborhood of Vinohrady, sits the equally popular Vinohrady Theater. Opened in November 1907, finished after only two years of actual construction, this theater has been the perfect setting for some of the premiere drama productions in Prague over the past 100 years. Cz...

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Havlíčkovy sady – Grébovka Park

Havlíčkovy sady, also known as Grébovka in Prague's Vinohrady neighborhood is an ideal place for a weekend walk or picnic. This green and hilly park offers not only a spectacular view of Prague, but also places to enjoy a good cup of coffee or a glass of wine. Part of the park is covered by a vineyard with the Vineyard Gazebo which sits right on to...

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Saloun's Villa

Situated in Vinohrady Saloun's Villa is the former art studio of Czech sculptor Ladislav Saloun (1870-1946), a leading figure of Czech Art Nouveau symbolism and creator of the famous, evocative Jan Hus memorial in Old Town Square. Started in 1908 and finished in 1911 this gorgeous Art Nouveau villa was built in order to house the Jan Hus statue aft...

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