Although the red line does not run through the historic centre of Prague, it offers numerous landmarks and attractions that are certainly worth visiting. Hop off at Stop No. 2 and discover the Vyšehrad National Cultural Monument, which is hidden behind massive walls and entwined with many tales and legends. Or you can climb up Vítkov Hill where you can admire the equestrian statue of Hussite chieftain Jan Žižka of Trocnov, which belongs among the largest equestrian statues in the world. You can also visit the National Memorial of Czech World War I Legionaries and Czech Resistance and, last but not least, you can wonder at breathtaking panoramic views of Prague. If you would still like to see more, you can visit the Žižkov Television Tower and enjoy amazing views of Prague from a height of almost 100 metres.
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Transfer station for routes green and red
Premiant City Tour parking, in front of the Halada Shop, Na Příkopě Street 16
Points of interest: Na Příkopě is the 23rd most expensive street in the world (a popular shopping district with designer boutiques). In the vicinity, you will find the Hybernia Theatre, the Powder Gate, or the Municipal House. A short walk down the picturesque Prague streets and lanes will take you to the Old Town Square or Wenceslas Square.
Stop at the roundabout in front of the entrance to the Holiday Inn, Pankrácké Square.
Points of interest: Congress Centre, Vyšehrad National Cultural Monument (a historic site associated with the oldest Czech legends), Vyšehrad Cemetery and Slavín memorial tomb (where many Czech prominents were laid to rest), Basilica of St. Peter and Paul.
Stop in front of the Corinthia Hotel Prague.
Points of interest: Nusle Bridge and its rather gloomy reputation (a frequent site of suicides).
A transfer stop for the green and red line
Parking in front of the Alton Hotel, Legerova 62
Points of interest: Church of St. Ludmila in Náměstí Míru (Peace Square), Antonín Dvořák's Museum, or Charles University Medical Faculty.
Stop in front of the entrance to Fanta's Café and the building of the Main Railway Station, Wilsonova Street.
Points of interest: The historical building of the Main Railway Station, Fanta's Café, State Opera.
Stop at the corner of Ondříčkova and Milešovská Street
Points of interest: Television tower (ranking among the 10 ugliest structures in the world), Jewish cemetery, Church of the Holiest Heart of the Lord in Jiřího z Poděbrad Square.
Stop in front of the driveway to the main entrance of the hotel Hilton.
Points of interest: Main Point Karlín (declared the world's best office building in 2011), Florenc Bus Terminal (international bus lines), Karlín Musical Theatre.
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