Our day begins with an exploration of the Old Town, where we will visit major monuments that shaped the country's future. At the Municipal House you will not only consider its significance architecturally but consider it as a landmark of Czech independence. It was at this location where T.G. Masaryk announced the post WWI creation of the fledgling first Czechoslovak republic. We will also see the famous Astronomical Clock, the oldest house in the city, and the statue of Jan Hus. Continuing on we will visit the Ungelt, the old market, where you may choose to enjoy a cup of coffee or beer.
Once in New Town you will be able to discover the historic Wenceslas Square. Here you will visit many wonderful examples of Art Nouveau, including the beautiful Lucerna bar and the majestic Grand Hotel Europa which both serve as fantastic examples of early twentieth century Czech optimism. Before ending our day we will cross the Charles Bridge, one of the most famous landmarks in the city.
Departures: 10:00 AM, 02:00 PM,
Special instructions: - Please wear comfortable walking shoes.
- Food and beverages are not included, though you will have time to enjoy refreshments if you choose.