International buses usually terminate at the Bus Station Florenc.From Florenc, you can also take a tram or metro, which will get you wherever you want.One option of getting into Prague is by train, which usually arrives to the Main Railway Station (“Hlavní nádraží”) located in the city centre.From there you can walk directly to the Wenceslas Square or get wherever you need by tram or metro.You can also use bus transportation provided by Czech Railways, the so-called Airport Express (AE), which stops at the Main Railway Station. Nicholas and countless multicoloured houses of many styles lend this place a unique atmosphere, which will captivate all those who decide to take a look at its charm.Every hour, hundreds of tourists from all over the world with cameras at the ready gather in front of the Old Town Hall to enjoy a fascinating mechanical performance which in the Middle Ages was considered one of the wonders of the world.You will surely be captivated by the magnificent Church of Our Lady Before Týn and by the old houses surrounding the square.
You will have a chance to watch Prague’s life from a different perspective – from the surface of the Vltava, which reflects the towers of Prague’s churches, the Charles Bridge or the skyline of Hradčany and it is regularly rippled by steamboats full of tourists.
If you arrive at the Václav Havel Airport, use bus lines no. It is precisely here that winding lanes of the Old Town run, in order to spill out onto the most beautiful square in Prague.
100, 119 or 179 (they go every 5 to 10 minutes) and then you can transfer to metro or trams to get to the city centre. The elegant tower of the Town Hall with the world famous astronomical clock, the proud silhouette of the fairytale Týn Cathedral, the monumental Church of St.
Thanks to the remarkable Astronomical Clock and the tower, with its view of the historic centre of Prague, Old Town Hall is amongst the most-visited sites in the city.
The construction of this Gothic building was started in 1338.