Free New Town of Prague

There's so much more to see..... join us in New Town, and discover it all!

From 23rd to the 1st, due to holiday schedules, it's highly recommended to book your tour to ensure availability.

Meeting Point

Old Town Square, corner with Pařížská Street

Description

There's more to Prague to explore than the historic Old Town & Medieval Castle complex; the legacy of New Town is a fascinating one too, at times dark, occasionally tumultuous, often endearing, and always intriguing, this vibrant quarter of cafes, culture, and incredible sights has had it's fair share of history - and now you can discover it in depth with a local guide on our Free New Town Tour of Prague. Wars, Nazis, communism, contentious artists, heroes, revolutions, and more... New Town has seen it all!

  • Foundation of New Town (1348)
  • Charles IV
  • Czechoslovakia
  • Hussite Wars
  • WWII
  • Communist rule
  • Nazi subjugation
  • National Revival
  • Vaclav Havel & the Velvet Revolution
  • Karlovo Námesti
  • David Cerny
  • Ss. Cyril and Methodius Church
  • Church of Our Lady of the Snows
  • Wenceslas Square
  • Republic square
  • New Town Hall
  • Municipal House
  • National Theatre
  • Palladium mall, the famous Dancing House
  • and much more...

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Things to note

How do free tours work? It's simple, you're free to pay what you feel the tour was worth. Your lovely local guides don't receive any income other than tips from satisfied customers like you, meaning top quality tours on fair terms.

Booking is recommended to reserve your space, especially during high season & at weekends. This helps us to guarantee you'll receive a top quality tour!

Groups of 7+ must book online 24 hours in advance. Please note, fixed rates apply for groups joining the tour.

Please note, groups of 7-15 people who book to join the tour are not guaranteed their own guide. Should your group require their own guide, we recommend you use our contact form to arrange a private tour exclusively for your group.


Schedule

Starts at
Monday Closed
Tuesday 11 AM
Wednesday Closed
Thursday 11 AM
Friday Closed
Saturday Closed
Sunday 11 AM

Directions

On foot:

It is very easy to go everywhere by foot in the historical centre of Prague, and The Old town square is a very well-known part, easily accessible from any accommodation that is centrally located. You can download our map below and you'll easily find our guides with light-blue umbrellas, t-shirts and name tags. Please note that other tour operators also use the same meeting point, so make sure you join us, Next Prague Tours, when you get to Pařížská Street corner in Old Town Square.

By Metro:

There are two metro stations very close by; one is called Můstek, on the green and yellow line. When getting off there, make sure to take the right exit since there are many. Take an exit to Můstek and you will come out by a huge shop called New Yorker. Take a street called Můstek and go straight, after 5 minutes you will arrive to the square. The second closest station is Staroměstská, on the green line. Take an exit to Staroměstské náměstí (The Old Town square) and take the street called Kaprova. You will reach the square within 3 minutes. Our lovely guides in light blue Next City Tours t-shirts will be there looking great. You can download our map below and you'll easily find our guides. Please note that other tour operators also use the same meeting point, so make sure you join us, Next Prague Tours, when you get to Pařížská Street corner in Old Town Square.

You can download our city map from here.

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