This tour will take you around the New Town treasures. We start on Wenceslas Square - a square of not only revolution, but bursting with culture and hidden gems. From the square, we will disappear into network of passageways and take a shortcut to through the garden to National Avenue. There you'll discover how the Velvet Revolution started and take in a range of architectural styles such as Art Nouveau, Functionalism, Decorativism, Neo-renaissance and Post Modernism - all in one avenue! This is a tour of culture, history, memories and excellent cafés with spirit. Prague is one of the most entrancing and timeless cities of Europe. The tour will show you a different, personal and unique view through the eyes of a passionate local.
Koruna Palace, Wenceslas Square, Palác Adria, Church of Our Lady of the Snows, Prague National Theatre
Metro Mustek, green line, follow the sign Mustek in the subway. 5 min walking distance from the Old Town Square via street Melantrichova, than Na Můstku, simply straight on
Places to stop along the way:
kavarna Lucerna, cafe Louvre, Svetozor, café Nona, café Slavia, microbrewery U Medvidku
Best time of day:
During the day, when cafés, institutions and passageways are open, between 9 am till 7 pm.
The area is very safe, but always be street smart and aware of your surroundings.
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