Prague's main thoroughfare is more of a sloping boulevard than a square, with a central concourse flanked by two ... More
Wenceslas Square (Václavske náměstí)
Prague's main thoroughfare is more of a sloping boulevard than a square, with a central concourse flanked by two roadways. The hub of cultural, social and business activity with its many shops, hotels, bars and restaurants, it is busy both day and night. The square has long been the center of protest from a large outdoor mass demonstration in 1848 to the declaration of the first Republic in 1918, not forgetting the anti-communist protests of 1968 and the Velvet Revolution gatherings of 1989. It came into being in 1348 as part of the New Town and was originally used (and known) as the Horse Market until 1848 when it was finally given its present name. The square is dominated by the National Museum at the top end, just below which is the Wenceslas Monument. In December the square is abuzz with the spirit of the city's Christmas Market.
Stylish and modern designed hotel situated on Old town square; Staromestske namesti; unquestionably one of the most beautiful historical sites
in Europe. Dating back to the 15th century and located in two inter connected buildings that are registered on ...
The Ibis Praha Wenceslas Square hotel is located 5 min from the centre, close to the I.P.Pavlova (line C) metro
station. 800 m from the largest convention centre in Prague, it has 181 air conditioned rooms. It provides a ...
Weâ?re the best located hostel in Prague. Weâ?re directly in the historical centre of Prague, just 150m from famous Old
Town Square and the Astronomical Clock. Itâ?s only a minuteâ?s walk from here to Wenceslaus Square. This is the ...