Explore Wenceslas Square
Book a Prague hotel in Wenceslas Square (Vaclavske Namesti), with Hotels.com. Wenceslas Square is more of a wide boulevard lined with hotels and shops than a square, and is dominated by the imposing Czech National Museum and the traditional meeting place of the huge equestrian statue of St Wenceslas himself. The Czech people often demanded and, eventually in 1989, received freedom in Wenceslas Square. Located in Nové město, Wenceslas Square is home to many of Prague’s best hotels as well as being a short walk from both the cultural hubs of the State Opera and Estates Theatre. Hotels.com offers a range of accommodation near Wenceslas Square, which has two Metro stations on its length, Muzeum and Můstek, and is crossed by numerous tram lines. Wenceslas Square is 45 minutes from Prague Ruzyně Airport taking bus 119 to the last stop, Dejvická, then the Metro (Line A) to Muzeum or Můstek and is five minutes' walk to the Old Town Square which also leads to Josefov, the Jewish Quarter and Charles Bridge. Duck into the numerous passageways as they often lead off the beaten track to courtyards, shops and cafés to get the most out of your visit to Wenceslas Square.