Explore Old Town Hall Tower
Book a hotel near the Old Town Hall Tower, Prague with Hotels.com. The Old Town Hall Tower is one of Prague’s most famous historical attractions. Panoramas of Prague abound from many vantage points but the bird’s-eye view of the ant-like masses below from the Old Town Hall Tower is incredible. The Old Town Hall Tower is the 70-metre tower of Prague’s Old Town Hall and its south face provides the home for the medieval Astronomical Clock. Built in 1364, many Prague residents still hold their weddings here and the base of the tower holds the Tourist Office and is an excellent temporary exhibition space. Situated in the Old Town in the centre of Prague, the Old Town Hall Tower is near many of Prague’s best hotels as well as the Gothic twin towers of Týn Church and is minutes from Wenceslas Square and Josefov, Prague’s Jewish Quarter. Hotels.com offers a range of accommodation near the Old Town Hall Tower, a short walk from Můstek and Staroměstská Metro stops. Don’t miss the views across the red roofs of the Old Town and the amazingly detailed architectural model of Prague on the third floor at the Old Town Hall Tower.