Prague New Town

Next Tour starts on:

Saturday, the 25 of August at 15:00

Future Scheduled dates:

Saturday

1 of September

15:00

EN

Saturday

15 of September

15:00

EN

Saturday

22 of September

15:00

EN

Saturday

29 of September

15:00

EN

Duration: 2.5h

Price: You decide

Meeting point:

Wenceslas Square - the monument of St. Wenceslas

Description:

Skip the standard Old Town tours and join me for a 2.5-hour walk in the historical and artistic New Town of Prague

Meet me by the "Horse" at Wenceslas Square and learn more about this fascinating place and dramatic events which happened there in the 20th century. Have a relaxing walk surrounded by pearls of such architectural styles as Neo-Renaissance, Art-Nouveau or Socialist Realism.

Pass through a hidden Baroque garden and little known passages and feel amazed by the controversial modern art and unusual technical landmarks. See some of the most amazing examples of Czech cubism, unique in the entire world, and move on to the biggest square in the Czech Republic to admire the medieval New Town Hall with its terrifying history.

Then stroll towards the riverside of Vltava to discover the fabulous Dancing House and get to know the brilliant ideas behind it. The tour ends by the National Theatre, 5-10 minutes away from Charles Bridge.

Offer Highlights

- Discover the history and architecture of Wenceslas Square

- Admire the Church of Our Lady of the Snow and the Franciscan Garden

- Visit the Lucerna Palace, Diamond House, New Town Hall and Dancing House

- Stroll around the Charles Square and off the beaten path

What's the plan?
Wenceslas SquareHistory of Wenceslas Square
Wenceslas SquareArchitecture of Wenceslas Square
Jungmann SquareChurch of our Lady of the Snow
Jungmann SquareCubist Lantern
Franciscan GardenVisit in a hidden Baroque garden
Lucerna PalaceFirst movie theater in Prague and much more
Lazarska Street
Charles SquareHistory of the New Town Hall
Charles SquareBiggest historical square in Prague
Dancing HouseMasterpiece of Deconstructivism by Frank Gehry
National TheatreFinal stop