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This free map of the city center of Prague shows streets and blocks of houses and other selected places - parks, water surfaces (rivers, lakes, etc.), which are characteristic for Prague. This map of the city center - downtown - will help you when visiting the best places of interest here, to see the most important sights. We guess it goes without saying that Prague offers a lot more places worth seeing and we will keep preparing more free maps to help you when visiting this part of the world. And what most interesting places Prague offers? Here's our selection: Prague is the capital and largest city of the Czech Republic - and it is literally a gem of Europe. There are many places you absolutely have to see. Let's start with Prague Castle, which rises above the Lesser Town and offers wonderful views of the whole Prague. The Lesser Town offers beautiful old streets, churches and the famous Lennon Wall. Across the river - with well known Charles Bridge - there is the Old Town with the Old Town square - with famous Old Town Hall and Astronomical Clock (Orloj), many old churches and other buildings. Josefov is a historic Jewish ghetto with the Old New Synagogue and the Old Jewish Cemetery, which is probably the oldest in Europe. The heart of the city is Wenceslas Square, a rectangular square with the National Museum, many shops and restaurants.These are, however, only selected attractions of Prague. When you go here, you will find that it is good to know much more about this city and visit not only the downtown, but also some other parts inside the city borders and around the city. Some additional information about it can be found on our other maps.
>>> How to use this map of Prague: Most of the maps can be enlarged using the button Full size. If you want to download this free map of Prague to your PC, smartphone or tablet with Android OS, iOS, Windows or Linux, press the Download button. And to get a link to this page with the map press the button Link to. Some more information is below the map. Icons for the best beaches, trips, monuments, treks and other places of interest located on the map are only approximate.
This map of Prague as a free download is designed for cell phones or tablets with all systems, including Android, iOS, Windows, Blackberry, Tizen, Firefox OS, or Symbian or for laptops with Windows, Mac OS, Chrome OS or Linux, but you can use it on your website as well. Why we offer this map as an image - the bitmap? Because you can use it off-line. Because you can make marks and notes to the map, just use a convenient graphical editor. And because it does not take up much space. Please note, however, that because this map of Prague is available for free as an image - the bitmap - it can not of course be used with GPS. For use with GPS geolocation we recommend to use an appropriate application with custom maps. For Android and Apple iOS there is an OsmAnd applications available which offers the option to download offline maps.
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