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.
In the upper part of Wenceslas Square there is there the equestrian statue of our patron Saint – St. Wenceslas – overlooking the square. We will meet under its front. This favorite meeting point is easily reachable by two of metro lines – A and C called also as “green” and “red” – the name of this very busy metro station is Museum, as just a stone thrown from is there is located the building of the most famous museum in Prague – National museum. Your guide will be there with the sign either BellPrague or the name of your conference.