Prague – Lesser Town, city walk, 3 hours
Square Křížovnické – Old Town Bridge Tower – Charles Bridge – Lesser Town Bridge Tower – Mostecká street – Lesser Town Square – church of St. Nicholas – Nerudova street – Úvoz – Strahov monastery – Loretánské square – Loreta – Hradčanské Square – Prague Castle – Old Kastle Stairs – Klárov – Mánes Bridge – Rudolfinum – Alšovo embankment – Churých of St. Francis from Assisi - Square Křížovnické
Křížovnické Square - The dominant of the square is the Old Town Bridge Tower together with the statue of Charles IV from the Dresden sculptor Arnost Hähnel. The statue was created for the 500th anniversary of the Charles University.
St. Nicholas Cathedral - the Cathedral of St. Nicholas was built in the first half of the 18th century by the father and son Dientzenhofer in the early Baroque style.
Strahov monastery - Strahov monastery is the oldest Premonstratensian abbey in the Czech Republic and one of the most significant architectural monuments of the Czech Republic.
Loreta - Prague Loreta is a famous Prague attraction and a large catholic pilgrimage destination close to the Prague Castle. It consists of a cloister, the church of the Lord’s Birth and the clock tower with a famous chime of thirty smaller and larger bells.
Hradcany square- Hradcany square is situated in front of the main facade of the Prague Castle. The rectangular square-marketplace, in the east adjacent to the castle moat and bulwark, was the natural centre of the Hradcany quarter. The square has several entries, each of them has its rich history. Probably the most common entry is by the street Ke Hradu leading from the Nerudova street.
Rudolfinum - Rudolfinum is one of the most monumental neo-renaissance buildings in the Czech Republic. Its concept of multi-purpose building for arts was at the time of its creation, 120 years ago, a unique project of European significance. Nowadays it is one of the most important cultural centre of Prague and headquarters of Czech philharmonic orchestra and musical education.