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"Best of Prague: City Walking
The Best of Prague"Once you meet your guide at a designated meeting point you can get ready for stepping back in time by listening to your guide talking about the places and buildings that you will be passing as you make your way through Charles Bridge through the Lesser Town and take a tram up to Prague Castle. You will enjoy a coffee break and then head to he Jewish Quarter and Old Town. Next you will enjoy a traditional lunch in Czech restaurant and then board a river cruise to see Prague from a different perspective. story about devils around cathedral
From EUR46.00
"Prague Walking Tour of Old Town
"Prague Walking Tour of Old Town Charles Bridge and Prague Castle""Once you meet your guide at a centrally located meeting point you can get ready for this 3-hour guided walk. From the Old Town Square you will first head to the Charles Bridge while listening to your guide talking about the Old Town legends. Once there you will walk across Charles Bridge and then take the tram up to Prague Castle where you will learn about the history of Charles bridge and Prague Castle.As you make your way towards the castle you can stop to admire the view of Hradcany
From EUR26.00
Prague Buffer Lunch Cruise with Transport Included
"Enjoying the comfort of our bus the guide is going to describe beautiful buildings such as the National Museum the National Theatre and the famous Dancing House. The bus will take you and your guide to the Old Town Square where you can see famous astronomical clock and jan Hus monument. From there you will take a short pleasant walk to Náplavka where you will board an air-conditioned boat. During the 2-hour boat trip you will have a buffet-style lunch during which you can enjoy a view of the beautiful hundred-spired Prague from the river. The trip finishes when the boat arrives in Náplavka.""""Enjoy the best of Prague ‒ historic sights and delicious Czech cuisine. During a 2-hour boat trip on the Vltava River
From EUR39.00

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I think one of the first...

I think one of the first things I would recommend someone to do on their visit to Prague is go to the Old Town Square and climb the Town Hall Clock Tower to get oriented.
This view shows the prominent place the Jan Hus Monument occupies in the Square.

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Aug 24, 2002

Here is another image of the...

Here is another image of the Old Town Square.
It is a great place to simply sit and watch people and listen to all the different languages being spoken.

There are a lot of horse-drawn carriages if you want to take a ride around the Old Town as well.

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Aug 24, 2002


This is the heart of the old town, Staromestske namesti. The bronze statue in the middle of the square is of Jan Hus. The square is dominated by the Old Town Hall on one side and the spires of Tyn Church on the other.

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Jan 29, 2004

Visit the Old Town Square...

Visit the Old Town Square (Staromestské námestí)
This huge square has been the scene of some important events in Czech history. The picture shows the Church of Our Lady before Týn (Kostel Panny Marie Pred Týnem)

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Aug 24, 2002
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Staromestske namesti 22, Prague 1 - Old Town Square, Prague, Bohemia, 110 00, Czech Republic
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Staromestske namesti 19 - 20, Prague, Bohemia, 11000, Czech Republic
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Kozna 12, Prague, 11000, Czech Republic
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Celetna 11 / Stupartska 6, Prague, Czech Republic
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Tynska 1, Prague, Bohemia, 110 00, Czech Republic
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Mikulasska 2/19, Old Town Square, Prague, Bohemia, 11000, Czech Republic
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If in Prague you have to go to...

If in Prague you have to go to the Old Town Square. It is the most beautiful place I have ever seen, its like stepping back in time. Every building seems to have maintained its charm and all look just the same as they would have in days gone by.
Unsurpassed Man-made beauty.

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Aug 24, 2002

Old Town, Prague, CZ

Despite a number of foreign invaders, Prague's Old Town Square has remained virtually untouched since the 10th century. Today's marauders consist largely of tourists who congregate to eat alfresco while admiring a hodgepodge of architecture — including the Rococo Kinsky Palace, the Gothic Tyn Cathedral and the Baroque St. Nicholas Church, to name a few.

An ever-changing cast of musicians, protesters, dance troupes, punks and vendors make the square as colorful as the buildings that surround it ... :)

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Oct 21, 2013

Old Town Square at Night

Flood lights brighen the stately buildings looming over the cobbled and mosaiced streets. Prague is mostly know for the Gothic spires of its older architecture, but there are a variety of styles in the square. The holidays are a beautiful time to visit -- this blue-light christmas tree held court in the middle of the square.

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Jul 03, 2007

One of Europas famous squares

There is much to see and do at this big square; The astronomical clock, two big cathedrals, the statue, several beautiful coloured houses, a little souvenir market and, of course; the people. There are almost always musicians playing at the square; even in the winter.

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"What a great and romantic place !"
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"The beautiful town of Prague"
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"Praha is amazing!"
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"Peramble Around Prague"
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Old Town Square (Staromestské Námestí)

The most pictoresque remains of Prague's history are very well preserved around the Old Town Square. Some of the most prominent buildings around the square are the Old Town Hall, the Týn Church, the Kinsky Palace and the St. Nicholas Church.

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Jan 08, 2006

Kinský Palace

In 1948, the balcony of this beautiful palace was used by Klement Gottwald, the communist leader, to address to the members of his party. A central event that concluded to his "coup d'etat".
Today the Natonal Gallery uses this Palace for art exhibitions.

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Jan 10, 2006

The Heart of Prague (Staromestske namestie)

This colorful and lively square is the core of Old Prague in the Stare Mesto quarter. It became the heart of the city when the Town Hall was built here in the 13th century.

This is the main spot for touristsso its full of restaurants, cafes and too many souvenir shops. The Jan Hus Memorial, the Tyn Churck and the Town Hall with its Astronomical Clock are the main sights here.

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Aug 21, 2005

Old Town Square

Old Town Square in Prague is a must see place.
It's a large cobbled square (obviously), surrounded by beautiful buildings - the architecture is worth a trip to Prague alone....
If you fancy a drink while you're there, pop into the George and the Dragon pub and relax!

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Feb 24, 2005

Things to Do Near Old-Town Square

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Kinsky Palace

The Kinsky palace, a beautiful Rococo building right on Old Town Square today houses the National Gallery. Its collection is Asia and the Mediterranean., though the focus is on Asia and the Middle...
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Church of Our Lady before Tyn

If you are in Prague Square, you will not miss seeing this magnificent church. Gothic in style. At night it is wonderfully lit up. Hard to find the entrance as it is set back from the restaurants that...
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Old-Town Hall

I didn't know this existed, so I thought I would write about it so you do! It's known as the Romanesque-Gothic underground of the Old Town Hall. Years ago, the city level was several metres lower...
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Ghost Tour

I've already admitted to enjoying cemeteries so you probably won't be surprised to find out that going on haunted walks is another thing I have a strong interest in. McGee's ghost tour was created in...
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Jan Hus and his monument

One century before Martin Luther, Jan Hus, the dean of Charles University in Prague started challenging the church, condemning the practices that originated protestant reform. He was convicted and...
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Sex Machine Museum

For only 10 euros, it's good for a laugh. Takes about 20-30 minutes to peruse everything, sex toys from antiquity and some you have to see to believe. For the real thing I followed Tom Showalter's...
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Getting to Old-Town Square


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