Wenceslas Square was constructed in the 15th century during the time of Charles the 4th. At that time, it was used as a horse market. Since then, Wenceslas Square is a regular venue for parades is today a much visited tourist attraction.
Wenceslas Square is home to the commerce of Prague having shopping arcades, cafes, restaurants and other entertainment venues. Here you will see other attractions such as the Neo-Renaissance National Museum at its Northern end. Also, the Koruna Palace with its covered shopping arcade and glass dome is a much visited venue as well. A short walk away is the Na Prikope as well as Parizska Street where one can continue with much more shopping!
It is actually quite difficult to spot Koruna Palace in the midst of all the shopping arcades. Bright lights shining and “sale” signs drawing us to shops such as Mango and H&M. We finally had to resort to asking one of the sales assistant on the location of Koruna Palace. She then as-a-matter-of-factly pointed to the building on the opposite side of the street. We were staring at it all these while and did not realise it!
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