Hotels near Old-New Synagogue in Prague Jewish Quarter

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Old New Synagogue in Prague Jewish Quarter

Prague Old-New Synagogue, built in 1270, is the oldest synagogue in operation in Europe and also one of Prague’s oldest Gothic structures. It is located in Prague Jewish Quarter (Josefov) between Old Jewish Cemetery and Parizska Street, not far from Old Town Square.

Hotels near Prague Old-New Synagogue

The hotels closest to Old-New Synagogue are the 5 star hotel InterContinental Prague (one of the big traditional Prague hotels, across the street in Parizska) and the 4 star hotel MyHouse Apartments (in Maiselova Street between Old-New Synagogue and Old Jewish Cemetery). Here you can see more details and tips regarding hotels in Prague Jewish Quarter.

More hotel locations near Old-New Synagogue and Jewish Quarter

Other popular hotel areas near Prague Old-New Synagogue and Jewish Quarter are:

  • Namesti Republiky – a busy square and a prime hotel location at the eastern border of Prague Old Town; many 5 star hotels operated by international chains and also a few very old local Prague brand-name 5 star hotels
  • Mustek Station and Wenceslas Square – the centre of contemporary Prague, with plenty of nightlife, shops, and hotels; about 8-10 minutes walk from Old New Synagogue
  • Charles Bridge – the classical tourist place in Prague, connecting Old Town with Prague Castle; excellent place to stay as a base for sightseeing
  • Lesser Quarter and Prague Castle – the historical district on the other side of the river from Jewish Quarter and Old Town

Prague Old New Synagogue hotel booking

Many hotels in Prague city centre are often fully booked, especially in the high season in summer and around major holidays and events. It is recommended to book accommodation at least several days in advance and much earlier if you are coming in a busy period and you are not flexible with dates.

Topics: Prague Hotels, High Synagogue, Hotels near Old Town Square, Jewish Quarter, Jewish Quarter hotels, Klaus Synagogue, Maiselova Street, Old Jewish Cemetery, Old-New Synagogue, Parizska Street, Pinkas Synagogue