Prague Old Town Square has become one of the most famous (and tourist filled) squares in the world. It’s easy to see why visitors love it; the square, which came to life in the 12th century, is lined with buildings in different architectural styles, from Gothic to Baroque. It looks like a fairy tale city from a storybook brought to real life.
Here’s my photo essay of Prague Old Town Square views.
This photo was taken from Prague Old Town Hall which is a great vantage point for a view of Prague Old Town Square.
This photo was also taken from Prague Old Town Hall in the other direction from the main point of the square. The narrow lanes and gingerbread style houses of Prague Old Town really look like they’re out of the pages of a fairytale book.
Church of Our Lady before Týn has become one of the most iconic buildings associated with Prague.
A wider angle shot of the side of Prague Old Town Square.
A wider angle shot of Prague Old Town Square. That’s the city’s TV Tower you can see in the distance on the right.
I couldn’t resist putting this one up. It’s graffiti at the top of Prague Old town Hall. But it’s a love message written in Korean :-).
You can purchase any of the images above as wall art on my Etsy Shop.