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Prague-West district is a part of Central Bohemia, immediately west of Prague.


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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 Zličín Zličín (Prague Metro) on Wikipedia, 2 Nádraží Veleslavín Nádraží Veleslavín (Prague Metro) on Wikipedia, 3 Smíchovské nádraží Smíchovské nádraží (Prague Metro) on Wikipedia, 4 Háje Háje (Prague Metro) on Wikipedia and 5 Kačerov Kačerov (Prague Metro) on Wikipedia .

Also trains from Smíchovské nádraží cover big part of the area.

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Map of Prague-West District

See[edit]

  • 1 Hájek. A small monastery which is a start of a pilgrim's way to Loreta cloister/church nearby Prague Castle Hájek Monastery (Q12029507) on Wikidata
  • 2 Mníšek pod Brdy. Mníšek pod Brdy (Q2427117) on Wikidata Mníšek pod Brdy on Wikipedia
  • 3 Okoř. Originally, a 13th-century stronghold, deteriorating since 18th century. Okoř Castle (Q956766) on Wikidata Okoř_Castle on Wikipedia
  • 4 Tatra 111 museum. The opening times and dates are very limited and only after phone arrangement. A privately owned museum of a few restored (mostly industrial) vehicles of the Czech Tatra brand.

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