6. Astronomical Clock
Situated right in the heart of Old Town Square, this Czech icon is fraught with meaning and symbols in its various dials.
7. Church of Our Lady before Týn
Legend has it that the Tyn Church gave Walt Disney the inspiration. If you take a close look at the two spires on the church, you’ll realize that they are not symmetrical. In fact, they represent the masculine and feminine sides of the world. This is characteristic of Gothic architecture of the period.
8. Vaclavske Namesti (Wenceslas Square)
This is the main shopping street and commercial square of Prague.
9. Farmer’s market
I love visiting farmer’s markets/ fleas. I’ve listed them down in accordance with the location for easy navigation:
- Namesti Republiky
- Dobra Farma
- Karlinske Namesti
- Nas Grunt
I highly recommend visiting those 2 markets in the central. There are plenty of local and interesting finds to discover, like…
10. Dancing House
The Dancing House is the first building built after the Velvet Revolution. The towers are inspired by the famous interwar dancing pair Ginger Rogers & Fred Astaire.
Also where many famous Czech historical figures were buried.