This Prague Walking Tour includes the two largest squares in the city – Wenceslas Square, and Charles Square. Many of the attractions we'll see along our way have become iconic symbols of Prague – particularly the Statue of St Wenceslas, who is the national patron saint of Bohemia; the building of the National Museum; and the mysterious building of Faust's House, from where Mephistopheles – according to legend, at least! - carried off Dr. Faust to his grave. Wenceslas Square, situated at the very heart of Prague, can really be called "The Centre of Europe" – since the Czech Capital itself, both historically and geographically, is really at the heart of Europe. Charles Square isn't just the largest square in Prague, but in the whole of the Czech Republic.
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