Mala Strana is easily walkable if a bit hilly. Wear comfortable shoes with tread, and always dress for weather. Bridges that connect Mala Strana to Old Town can be reached by foot.
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Very attractive old neighborhood - home to many foreign embassies and the Saint Nicholas Cathedral. It is where you can pick up the Blue Line Hop-on Hop-off to return to Old Town.
Walking through the Mala Strana is like walking through a storybook. Between the cobblestone streets and the beautiful old buildings, all in the shadows of Prague Castle. Along the walk, there are many restaurants and places to get Cocoa, Coffee, Mulled Wine, and Trdelnik. It...More
We enjoyed walking in Mala Strana’s streets. It’s a lovely city, streets are safe. We were two girls and stayed a week and really enjoyed the place and it’s attractions.
Started out in the area looking for the Lennon Wall (which we never found), but had a great time walking around the small cobblestone streets. Fantastic old buildings line the streets. There are the usual souvenirs for sale, but avoid and you'll soon find something...More
leads onto high street which is expensive.mainly brand shops ,labels.shoes.clothes.jewellery .busy enough.no derelict buildings