Old Town Prague Square is the heart of the city. It is also what you can see on the most popular picture spot of the Czech capital- U Prince rooftop bar Prague! The square is surrounded by such famous buildings as Tyn Church, Prague Old Town Hall and the church of St. Nicolas.
Let's talk about what you can do when you visit the Old Town Square. First, look around! All of the buildings on this square possess enormous historical and architectural value. The two towered Gothic shrine called the Church of Our Lady before Tyn is the tallest building in the Old Town. Not many Prague travellers know, but you can actually go inside to see the grave of the Danish astronomer Tycho de Brahe!
Next, head out to see the Astronomical Clock and check out its show that runs every hour sharp from 9am till 11pm. You can also visit the Old Town Hall interiors and the tower where the Prague clock is located. The entrance to the Prague city hall is 10 euro and not only includes the interiors and the Astronomical Clock tower, but also a guided tour inside!
If you haven't got enough of Prague tourism, go see the Prague National Gallery exhibitions in the Kinsky Palace. They always have amazing selections of paintings there.
Lastly, if you are visiting Prague during Christmas or Easter, the Prague markets will keep you occupied. Prague Christmas market decorations are especially beautiful!