Views from Mala Strana neighborhood of Prague Castle. The Mala Strana is located at the foot of Prague Castle and ends at the river. It is the old part of the city and one of the most stately. It shows in the streets, in the edificiosy in the environment. The building houses are old, some very ornate, but excellently preserved, with bright colors that give off strength. Everything is spotless and very well kept. The streets are tiny, some at cost, with the castle at the very end. Many are paved with cobblestones, which gives it a more classic yet. One of the prettiest is Nerudova, which is lower we will castillohasta neighborhood center. Next door is the Church of St. Nicholas, worth visiting. It pays to shop long vultecita these streets, you go back to the past. The restaurants and bars also keep the old style combined with modern day and age. Having a beer in one of them is a pleasure. It is also one of the best places to OCMER, for their restaurants, most are of very good quality and not too expensive. In many traditional food served scrumptious. Another street, the busiest and most modern thing is Karmelitska, with dozens of shops on either side. Just to one side of the neighborhood is the Petrin Hill, which gives the green touch of nature that he needed to be a near-perfect neighborhood. From here, as from the castle, you can see the area from above, with irregular streets and dozens of terraces with amazing city views.