You will surely be captivated by the magnificent Church of Our Lady Before Týn and by the old houses surrounding the square.Visit one of the restaurants and take in the atmosphere of the heart of the city from an outside seating.Through a network of jumbled alleys, you will get to the Charles Bridge.Pass its rows of majestic statues and the ever-present street artists and cross it to the left riverbank.Turn left before the Lesser Town Bridge Tower and then, at the end of Míšeňská street, turn right again.Pass under the bridge to the Kampa Island, which is separated from the Lesser Town by a millstream called Čertovka.The Charles Bridge will never cease to fascinate the artists, photographers and poets who pay homage to it in their works.
Accompanied by chiming of bells, music, singing and cannon fusillades, the coronation is attended by highest church officials of the country, noblemen and distinguished guests from neighbouring countries.
Thanks to the remarkable Astronomical Clock and the tower, with its view of the historic centre of Prague, Old Town Hall is amongst the most-visited sites in the city.
The construction of this Gothic building was started in 1338.
One option of getting into Prague is by train, which usually arrives to the Main Railway Station (“Hlavní nádraží”) located in the city centre.
From there you can walk directly to the Wenceslas Square or get wherever you need by tram or metro.
Imagine a medieval city at the peak of its greatest ceremonial occasion There are precious cloths and rugs hanging from windows, people hail the king and toss flowers at the procession.