Wenceslas Square is almost 700 m long and one of the busiest places in the city.
The National Museum in the upper part of the square witnesses daily the shopping frenzy that captures visitors in the countless shops and shops along the entire square. It ends at the famous shopping street Na Příkopě. If you are tired or your wallet needs a little rest, you should explore the street underpasses that take you to the old town or even to the courtyards of Art Nouveau houses, where lush greenery, white park benches and rose bushes are hidden and you can unexpectedly find a little peace and seclusion in the middle of the hustle and bustle of the city. Leave the shopping streets with their tourist crowds and visit a traditional café, a real Czech pub, a cinema or a theatre. The riverside National Theatre also has a lot to offer for foreigners – and if you don’t like that, just sit by the river, enjoy the live music and a cool drink, and watch the sun set behind Prague Castle.