Prague squares

Prague is a city abundant with many beautiful historical buildings, churches, bridges or parks but also a city that has many breath-taking squares. In our Prague Guide we will introduce many of them to you and we hope that when you are in park you will see as many of them as you can for yourselves.

Wenceslas square

Wenceslas Square

Wencelas Square is the natural centre of the city and a place where many historic events that formed the history of Czech Republic took place...

 
Old Town Square

Old Town Square

Wencelas Square is the natural centre of the city and a place where many historic events that formed the history of Czech Republic took place...

 
Malostranske Square

Malostranske Square

Malostranské Square is the main square in the Lesser Quarter, according to many the most charming part of the whole city...

 
Maltezske Square

Maltezske Square

The square that is named after the knights of Malta is located in the Lesser Quarter, very close to Prague Venice by the Vltava river...

 
Jan Palach Square

Jan Palach Square

Jan Palach Square is situated by the Mánes Bridge and is surrounded by several important buildings, such as Rudolfinum of the Faculty of Arts.

 
Charles Square

Charles Square

Charles Square in Prague in the New Town is the largest square not only in Prague but in the whole of the Czech Republic.

 
Palacký Square

Palacký Square

Palacký Square is one of the most important public transport hubs in the city and one of the places from where you can take a river cruise.

 
Hradčany Square

Hradčany Square

The spacious square closest to Prague Castle is surrounded by many spectacular palaces and houses.