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Prague New Town: 20th Century Tour
Prague New Town: 20th Century Tour
Prague New Town: 20th Century Tour

Prague New Town: 20th Century Tour

Next tour starts on:

Tuesday, 25th June - 14:45

Future Scheduled Dates

Fri28th June14:45
Sun30th June14:45
Tue2nd July14:45
Fri5th July14:45
Sun7th July10:30




2 hours 28 minutes


You decide

Meeting Point

Wenceslas Square - the monument of St. Wenceslas (different for Spanish).

Wenceslas Square - the monument of St. Wenceslas (different for Spanish).


///Note: This is a description of a free tour in English. Tours in Spanish have different meeting points and times. If you are interested in a Spanish tour, please go to Schedule and switch languages///

Join us for a 2.5-hour free tour of the historical and artistic New Town of Prague

Meet your guide 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 charming hidden garden and little known passages and feel amazed by the controversial modern art and unusual landmarks.

Then stroll the Narodni avenue passing by the memorial of the Velvet Revolution and the National Theatre. Continue along the riverside of Vltava to discover the fabulous Dancing House. Finish the tour by the church of Ss. Cyril and Methodius, which hosts the National Monument to the Heroes of the Heydrich Terror. The tour ends 25 minutes away on foot from the Charles Bridge.

Offer Highlights

- Explore the New Town of Prague

- Hear stories from WWII and Communist Czechoslovakia

- Visit the Franciscan Garden, Lucerna Palace & Prague riverside

- Stroll off the beaten path

What's the plan?
Wenceslas Square History of Wenceslas Square
Wenceslas Square Lucerna Palace
Wenceslas Square Ligna Palace
Jungmann Square Franciscan Garden
Jungmann Square Cubist Lantern
Quadrio Shopping mall Head of Franz Kafka
Narodni Avenue Memorial of the Velvet Revolution
Narodni Avenue National Theatre
Masarykovo nabrezi Prague riverside
Jirasek Square Dancing House
Cathedral of Ss. Cyril and Methodius Heydrich Terror Memorial
Charles Square Final stop
Frequently Asked Questions


Where does your free New Town tour start in Prague?

We meet by the horse at Wenceslas Square in front of the National Museum and next to the Museum metro station (green line). When you make it to the square the statue will be visible from the distance. Our guides can be recognized by a big green umbrella and an ID of Free Walking Tour Prague.

What is the difficulty of your free tour of Prague New Town? Do you recommend it for senior travellers or people with disabilities?

The difficulty of our free tour around Prague New Town is rather easy. The area is mostly flat, so the tour can be recommended for senior travellers and guests with disabilities, if they are able to walk or stand in one place for over 2.5h.

Is the tour suitable for travellers with dogs?

Unfortunately, this tour is not ideal for dogs as we will be visiting the Franciscan Garden where the dogs are not allowed. If you wish to explore Prague with your four-legged friend, we recommend the tours around the Old Town, Charles Bridge/Castle or Zizkov.

Why is it necessary to make a reservation to attend the free tour of Prague New Town?

Free tours in Prague are very popular and reservations are the only way to limit the number of participants and avoid groups that our guides couldn’t manage. Moreover, when you fill in the booking form we will be able to send you an email confirmation with the map and photo of the meeting point.

How should I prepare myself for the tour?

No special preparations are necessary. Just remember to dress appropriately for the weather and wear comfortable shoes. In the summer we recommend to have a bottle of water with you and protect yourself from the sun. If the weather forecast is bad, remember to take an umbrella.