Nove Mesto (New Town) and Vyšehrad
To this day, Charles IV's building projects are tightly woven into the daily lives of Prague citizens. His most extensive scheme, Nové Město, or the New Town, is still such a lively, vibrant area you may hardly realize that its streets and squares were planned as far back as 1348. In other words, the area is about as "new" as the Charles Bridge.
EXPLORE NOVE MESTO (NEW TOWN) AND VYšEHRAD
Nove Mesto (New Town)
Though Nové Město translates as "New Town," its origins go all the way back to the 14th century and Emperor…Learn More >
The high-top Vyšehrad Citadel once rivaled Prague Castle in size and importance, but much of the historic architecture was leveled…Learn More >