Old Town, New Town, current life, cafes, history of 20th Century

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Let´s take a walk to the places called New Town and Old Town of Prague.  The Old Town was settled already during 10th Century, its current appearance dates back to both renaissance and baroque styles as well as 19 hundreds styles (the start of 20th Century), especially, its Art Nouveau is fascinating and became typical for the New Town as well. Unlike from the Old Town, New Town was founded in the middle of 14th Century by our king and Emperor of Holy Roman Empire Charles IV. Naturally, many things throughout centuries were restyled. 

The task of this tour is to observe not only the architecture, but get closer to everyday pulsing heart of city, we will have the time to see hidden places, passages and we have time to chat about everyday life, you will get learn where Praguers come for shopping, what is iconic for them, where they like to come for traditional ice cream, where they like to relax, where they escape from tourists and you will have time for your questions and listening of authentic stories about Czechs of 20th and 21st Centuries. We will also have time to stop at the café where by spending we will support handicap people – this refreshment is included in a price of your tour. Tour will end some. Along the way you will discover as well very precious and dynamic architecture of 21st Century, as our city is not only conserved and concluded history, but we still develop our town and look ahead to the future as well. Hopefully equally successfully as our predecessors.

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Wenceslas Square – its upper part – the statue of St. Wenceslas

Dates & times:

Sunday, June 2nd, 2019 at 9:30 AM

The guide will hold the sign of FEBS 2019 International Conference


3 hours


Guided walk through the New Town & Old Town and refreshment


950,- CZK (38 €) Please note that exchange rates in € are only indicative, the tours will be billed via GoPay gate in Czech Crowns.

How to get there?

Wenceslas Square – its upper part – the statue of St. Wenceslas
The Wenceslas Square you find as a part of Prague New Town, the right side part of the Old Town, situated in front of the monumental building of National museum. It is gently sloping down. The equestrian statue of St. Wenceslas as our meeting point is situated in its upper part. The best way to come here is by the metro, junction of A and C lines, the stop called Museum. You can also arrive to the middle of the Square by trams No 3, 5, 6, 9, 14 or 24 and walk consequently about 5 minutes up to the statue. Your guide will be waiting for you with FEBS 2019 International Conference sign.

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