The best attraction! just so lovely romantic and breathfull and beauitful.
The Old Town square is absolutely breathtaking in its beauty and architecture. The charming cobblestone streets of the Old Town suddenly open up to this lively, buzzing beautiful hub of activity. All of a sudden, you take in the beautiful Tyn Church, Astronomical Clock, the lovely Jan Hus statue and so many more pretty buildings along with a ton of ristorantes, cafes and food stalls selling traditional Hungarian food. Then there's so many people from so many places around the world - tourists, hawkers, musicians & bubble blowers doing their thing. Take a couple of minutes to soak in all the energy and beauty before you start walking around in the little lanes around Tyn Church, where you will be greeted with some beautiful music. Enjoy the delicacies - the Hungarian Tredelnik & Langose are a must-have! The old town, especially in the area around the town hall and up to the Republic Square is very worth seeing and absolutely to see. Of course, the Prague know about the beauty of the preserved old town and make full use of the touristy, the offer of typical Czech specialty restaurants changes with the unvermindlichen currency exchange and souvenir shops. Nevertheless, the neighborhood has its charm and is fully worth seeing, in addition to a completely free fun unless you stop.
Very interesting, nice buildings. I was impressed by the astronomical clock, the oldest one working in the world. Tyn Cathedral also wonderful. The best old town in Europe.