Prague & Budapest
These free, printable travel maps of Prague & Budapest are divided into five regions:
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Travel Maps of Prague & Budapest
Whether it’s the majesty of Prague Castle, the picturesque streets of Malá Strana, or the breathtaking beauty of Charles Bridge and Old Town Square, Prague is a city that never fails to leave an indelible impression on visitors.
The country’s largest region, Bohemia boasts plenty of pretty castles and sleepy towns that make for excellent day trips.
Moravia represents the country’s wine region. Steeped in tradition, Moravians are proud of their land as well as their capital, Brno, a fine place to visit for a couple of days. Aside from its historic old town, it’s also the scene of countless cultural events that add to the overall university-town vibe.
The famed Danube River separates Buda’s hilly west bank from Pest’s bustling streets. In Pest, visitors can enjoy the remarkable St. Stephen’s Basilica and Heroes Square, as well as lingering romantic strolls along the Danube Embankment. Meanwhile, Buda’s ancient tranquility persists in tiny residential streets, the Royal Palace of Buda, and the serene and otherworldly Buda Hills.
Beyond Budapest the artist colony Szentendre, with its promenade, Mediterranean restaurants, and colorful shops, is a popular day trip. Esztergom, meanwhile, is a must for history fans, who’ll practically faint at the sight of the awe-inspiring Basilica. Then there’s legendary Lake Balaton. Central Europe’s largest lake attracts countless visitors looking for parties in Siófok or wine tasting in traditional villages up north, all easily accessible from Budapest.