Have you ever walked through Prague arcades or passages? - It depends on whether you are from Prague or elsewhere. But - are you familiar with the tangle of Prague passages? Do you know their nooks and crannies? History, how did they originate? What was the Bazaar and where would you look for a spa or ice rink in the center of Prague? Where are the two houses hidden in one and what did the passages in the previous regime look like? Where a rainbow of cut pieces of glass broke. These and other questions will be answered by a local guide during a walk through the Prague passages.
The best way, how to get to our meeting point is by using of the public transportation – both – metro/subway (= underground) line A or C – the stop Museum. From the metro, please, follow the sign “exit to Wenceslas Square/Václavské náměstí" – as there are several directions to exit from underground level. When being in the street, you should have entire Wenceslas Square in front of you, then follow your left hand, walking gentily downhill, counting house numbers until you find after one block walk No 54. It takes about one minute walk.