Named after the patron saint of Bohemia, Saint Wenceslas is Wenceslas Square which is one of the main squares in Prague, Czech Republic. Over the years it has been an important site in Czech history with many demonstrations and celebrations taking place on the square. The square is situated in the New Town, it is rectangular in shape and lined with hotels, restaurants and bars.
Line A of the metro runs under the square and the ‘Muzeum’ and ‘Mustek’ stations both have exits onto the square.
Opening Times and Admission
The square is a public square, it is open all day every day and is free to enter. The square can become quite rowdy at night with revellers leaving and entering the local strip clubs.