This week, we’re taking the leap even a bit further from the city center and exploring Prague 4! This is one of the most underrated neighborhoods in the city, which means you’ll have nearly unfettered access to all the cool and quirky attractions it has to offer. As always, we recommend exploring around these places so you can find other hidden gems!

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Get out of the city center and see that Prague has so much more to offer. Today, we’re continuing in our blog series which outlines unique sites of each of Prague’s districts. Prague 3 is a popular place for the younger crowd, as there are plenty of cultural events, cafes and a variety of places just to hang out for a few hours on a nice day. Zizkov is easily the first neighborhood that comes to mind when thinking of Prague 3 but Prague 3 also includes Vinohrady and Vrsovice, so keep that in mind when exploring! Here are a few suggestions to get you started, but don’t be afraid to blaze your own trail along the way. 

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Prague 1 isn’t the only place you can go exploring! In fact, many locals are convinced that true cultural immersion happens once you get away from the crowds of tourists in the historic city center. The other neighborhoods have much to offer as well—and we definitely recommend checking these out. Most are within 15 minutes of the city center by public transportation.

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Old Town Square is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the city. Even though the square is stunning, there is so much more than meets the eye. Because our students have several months to explore the city, here are a few places we recommend checking out before your semester is over. It doesn’t take much to find hidden gems among the tourist traps of the city—you just have to know where to look. Take the tram or metro to the Staromestka station and start exploring! 

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