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Prague-East district is a part of Central Bohemia, immediately east of Prague.


The area consists of small villages, towns and suburbs which are mostly quite naturally connected to the main Prague city. While most of the towns provide the basic services and have history of their own, few of them have any mentionable sights.

On the other hand, various places in the area provide for good relaxation, such as cycling tracks or small local breweries.

Get in[edit]

Public transport is available both by bus networks mainly from 1 Černý most Černý Most (Prague Metro) on Wikipedia, 2 Háje Háje (Prague Metro) on Wikipedia or 3 Letňany Letňany (Prague Metro) on Wikipedia.

Also trains from 4 Hlavní nádraží Hlavní nádraží (Prague Metro) on Wikipedia (Prague main train station) cover big part of the area.

Get around[edit]

Map of Prague-East District


  • 1 Říčany. Smaller city near Prague. Říčany (Q386988) on Wikidata Říčany on Wikipedia
  • 1 Jenštejn. Ruins of a 14th-century castle. Jenštejn Castle (Q12024521) on Wikidata Jenštejn Castle on Wikipedia
  • 2 Polabské muzeum Poděbrady, Skanzen 19, 289 16 Přerov nad Labem, +420 733 715 342. Almost forty examples of folk architecture on an area of ​​two hectares: nine cottages, seven storehouses, four barns, a chapel, and other small folk buildings. Adult 120 Kč; senior, student (under 26) or schoolchild 60 Kč, family 300 Kč (2 adults and 2-3 schoolchildren), preschooler child free. Polabské národopisné muzeum (Q10817312) on Wikidata


  • 1 Klánovice forest (Klánovický les). A mainly oak forest with conditions for recreation. Visitors can move along marked hiking trails and two cycling circles. Most of the history of this locality can be learned from the nature trail starting at the Klánovice railway station. Several stops are dedicated to the defunct settlements of Hol (also called Žák), Lhota and Slavětice, the boards also tell the story of the origin of Klánovice and the route leads around the dilapidated clubhouse of the former golf course. Klánovický les (Q4222939) on Wikidata






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