Cheap hotels near Old Town Hall and Astronomical Clock in Prague, Czech Republic
At the heart of Stare Mesto, right on Old Town Square, sits the 14th-century Old Town Hall, one of the premiere landmarks of Prague. The hall, which is actually a complex of buildings, features a variety of worthwhile attractions.
The most well-known of these attractions is the astronomical clock that adorns the hall’s facade. The oldest working astronomical clock in the world, it dates back to 1410 and attracts constant crowds of gawking admirers.
Old Town Hall also features a number of historical and artistic exhibits as well as a large tower that offers splendid views over the rooftops of Prague (100 CZK per person to get to the top).
Cheap hotels near Old Town Hall: With a location at the very heart of Prague’s most touristed district, Old Town Hall is within walking distance of a range of budget sleeping options. The U Lilie Pension offers great deals for this area, while the Hotel King George will provide you with Old Town ambiance for a little extra.