Crowds of people and the frolicsome Mozart among them, with his wife Constanze and his father barely keeping up with him. Hundreds of ideas of how to spend the evening are running through the mind of the genius. You won't meet Mozart here anymore, yet Nerudova Street still throbs with excitement and the lively atmosphere.
Welcome to one of the most beautiful parts of the former King's Road. Nerudova Street, winding from the Lesser Town Square (Malostranské náměstí) up to the gates of the Prague Castle is an essence of Prague's culture and history. On every of its corners you'll find a little something worth your attention. The steep street offers many stops. This is where Amadeus was filmed. Czech writer Jan Neruda used to live in that house over there. And the list goes on and on. Every other house bears a painting or a relief giving it its name, instead of a number. No other street in Prague offers such a concentration of historic palaces and houses.