The fairy-tale Malá Strana ís Prague for me: get lost in the maze of streets and marvel at the beautiful facades.
The picturesque Malá Strana district lies at the foot of Prague Castle. You can wander endlessly through its baroque streets, where each façade is more beautiful than the next. This photogenic district is a popular film location, even with Hollywood directors.
You will find plenty of religious history here, such as the wax statue of Prague's Infant Jesus in Maria Victoria Church. Other tips include the graffiti wall in memory of John Lennon and interesting museums such as the Franz Kafka Museum, the Kampa Museum and the Museum Montanelli.
The district is surrounded by greenery, with Petřin Hill in the southwest and Kampa Island along the river.