Old Town Square, Prague

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General Information

The Old Town Square is a public square in the Old Town area of the Czech Republic's capital city, Prague. The square is a busy social point for people of the city who meet up on the square and use the buildings situated around the square. The Square is surrounded by many buildings with all different architectural styles, most notable are the Gothic Church of Our Lady before Tyn and the Old Town Hall and its famous clock tower. On the square, itself are memorials and statues of influencers of the city. The square is host to many festivals throughout the year including the Christmas markets in the winter months.

Getting there

The closest station to the square is ‘Staromestska’ which is served by both tram and metro lines. By tram, get on either the 2, 17 or 22 trams. By metro, get on either the line A or B to ‘Staromestska’ and then it is a short walk to the signposted square from there.

Opening Times and Admission

The square is a public square so is open all day every day throughout the year. The square normally has activities and festival happening on its grounds as well as having numerous shops and cafes surrounding it.

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Posted: 15 Jan 2019, 14:39



A place to take in city life


Sat on the edge of the square in a restaurant on a couple of occasions on our visit, it was nice to have a drink whilst watching people in the city go about life. Always seemed to be a good atmosphere on the well kept square.

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