Do you want to explore more of Prague than the average visitor who only sees downtown and the castle? Then join us for a wonderful walk to learn about Charles IV., the Hussite wars, the story of the Czechoslovak state, WWII, life under communism, national heroes, controversial artists, & much more, while discovering the great sites of New Town such as Prague's biggest square,National Theatre, & famous Dancing House. Fear not, buildings in the New Town date back to the 18th-19th century so are just as beautiful than the ones in the Old Town, situated just 15 minutes walking from Starometska.
This activity includes:
- the establishment of the New Town of Prague
- Charles IV.
- WWII and Czechoslovakia's Nazi occupation
- National Revival
- Dancing House
- Ss. Cyril and Methodius Church
- New Town Hall
- Hussite Wars
- National Theatre
- Karlovo námesti
- The story of Czechoslovakia
- life under communism
- Vaclav Havel & the Velvet Revolution
- Church of Our Lady of the Snows
- David Cerny
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Old Town Square, corner with Pařížská Street
Please look for our guides with light-blue umbrellas, name cards and t-shirts in front of Cartier shop.
It is very easy to go everywhere by foot in the historical center of Prague and The Old town square is a very well-known part, easily accessible from any Hostel, Hotel or Apartment that is centrally located. Just make sure you take our flyer-map and you can be sure you'll easily find our guides with light blue Generation Tours umbrellas, t-shirts & name cards waiting to welcome you at the corner of Pařížská and Dlouhá streets.
There are two metro stations very close by; one is called Můstek, on the green and yellow line. When getting off there make sure to take the right exit since there are many. Take an exit to Můstek and you will come out by a huge shop called New Yorker. Take a street called Můstek and go straight, after 5 minutes you will arrive at Old Town Square.
The second close station is Staroměstská on the green line. Take an exit to Staroměstské náměstí (The Old Town square) and take the street called Kaprova. You will reach the square within 3 minutes.
Our lovely local guides with light blue Generation Tours t-shirts, umbrellas & name cards will be waiting for you on the corner of Pařížská and Dlouhá streets.
Things to note
How do free tours work? It' simple, you're free to pay what you feel the tour was worth. Your lovely local guides don't receive any income other than tips from satisfied customers like you, meaning top quality tours on fair terms. Enjoy!
IMPORTANT: Please note that there may be several other companies and guides offering walking tours at, or nearby, the same meeting point. The FreeTour.com tour provider you have booked is Generation Tours, a trusted, dynamic and young team offering tours in 6 cities including Prague. You can easily recognize your local guides by their light-blue umbrellas, T-shirts and name cards.
Please note that this tour is only available to individual travelers & groups of less than 6 people on a voluntary-tip-basis.
Groups of 6+ will incur a set fee and must be booked 24 hours in advance. Please note that we reserve the right to refuse tour service on arrival if we suspect that a group of 6+ attempted to evade the basic group fee and our terms of fair usage.
This tour has a 1 day cancellation policy. Failure to cancel within this time will result in a cancellation charge of €2 fee per person.