03. Wenceslas Square
Have you ever heard about the Times Square of New York? The Wenceslas Square is equally significant to Czechs as the later to Americans. It is the highlight of Prague’s new town as the city grows and expanded when it prospered. It is home to the National Museum and other architectural treasures. This square has been named after the patron saint of Bohemia whose statue is also here. It is home to some of the finest dining and restaurants of the country. If you are visiting Prague in December, this is also the largest Christmas market here in the city.