I spent one afternoon wandering through Mala Strana, and thoroughly enjoyed the experience. It is, as many have noted, difficult to navigate ... even with a map I found it difficult to find my way through the maze of streets, but often the most interesting walks occur when you get lost or make a wrong turn! in general, there are are many green spaces, renaissance houses, baroque churches, cafes and restaurants to see and visit. Some specific 'must sees' include the Lennon Wall, Kampa Park, St. Nicholas church, Wallenstein Palace gardens, and the Church of Our Lady Victorious.Mala Strana is by no means 'tourist free', but it is still a pleasant escape from the throngs that frequent the main square. Wear a good pair of shoes (standard advice for Prague!), take a map (It will be of some help), enjoy the sights and sites and be prepared to get lost ... finding your way out is half the fun.
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