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Go up to the Old Town Hall towerin Prague, Czech Republic

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The best pictures of tiled roofs of Prague are taken from the Old Town tower.
How to go up to the Old Town Hall tower in Prague
69,5-meter high tower was attached to the Old Town Hall in XIV century and was used to watch and keep order in the city.

Later astronomical clock appeared on the tower that reads earth time and star time, Sun and Moon position among constellation, sunrise and sunset time.

Astronomical clock on the Old Town Hall Tower, Prague

How to do?

1. Town hall is situated on Old Time Square. Buy a ticket, look through the scheme of the building - lifting up to the tower begins on the roof of the red and orange palace third floor. First wooden paths, then - narrow

Lift in the Old Town Hole Tower, Prague
Photo: Lift in the Old Town Hole Tower, © Jeremy A.A. Knight Follow

2. From the viewing platform of the tower the whole Praque and its suburb are seen.

Old Town Hall Tower view, Prague

3. On your way back descend into the underground cave of the city hall.

Where to do?

#2Old Town HallOld Town Hall

At the Old Town Hall, you can look at the Prague chimes, climb up the observation deck on the roof and visit the underground city.

Location: Old Town Square
Open hours: Daily from 9 am to 6 pm, from 11 am on Monday
Official website: http://www.staromestskaradnicepraha.cz/

When to do?

Monday from 11.00 till 22.00, Tuesday - Sunday from 9.00 till 22.00.

How much?

Entry ticket to the Old town tower territory (tower and underground included) cost 250 Czech korunas for adults, 150 korunas for 6-15-year-old children, students under 26 years old, people over 65 years old. For 4-5-year-old children, disabled people, journalists, people over 75 years old - 50 korunas. Family ticket (2 adults + maximum 4 children under 15 years old) - 500 korunas.
For group tours (from 20 people) - 160 korunas per person.


Guest18 May 2024

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