Explore Old Town Square
Book a Prague hotel near the Old Town Square (Staromestske Namesti), with Hotels.com. The large cobbled and pedestrianised area of Old Town Square is lined with outdoor cafés and a fantastic assortment of Gothic, Baroque and Renaissance facades. Watch the mechanical figures of the medieval Astronomical Clock and climb the tower for unsurpassed views of Old Town Square. The centrepiece of the Old Town Square is a statue of Protestant reformer Jan Hus who was burned at the stake in 1415. The heart of Prague, Old Town Square is home to many of Prague’s best hotels as well as Josefov, Prague’s Jewish Quarter and the thoroughly modern boulevard that is Wenceslas Square. Hotels.com offers a range of accommodation near Old Town Square, accessible by its own Metro station, Staroměstská, and is also a short walk from Můstek Metro stop. Old Town Square is 40 minutes from Prague Ruzyně Airport taking bus 119 to the last stop, Dejvická, then taking the Metro (line A) to Staroměstská. Old Town Square is part of the ancient coronation route, the Royal Way, to Charles Bridge. Notice the varying sizes of the towers of Týn Church and splash out on the U Prince Hotel terrace for a drink with a view to get the most out of your visit to Old Town Square.