Exploring the New Town with Busty Escorts in Prague


Don’t be fooled with the concept of “New Town” in Prague. This simply refers to the part of the city built later compared to the old town. Although this part of the city do not have the old, traditional feeling that tourists look for a historical city, this part of Prague was established mid-1300s. Unfortunately, there are only a few structures left of the original structures of the past. But it’s still a widely popular venue for tourists because of the entertainment found in this part of the city. You could bring your beautiful escort from Prague in this city and have fun until wee hours in the morning.


Welceslas Square


Undoubtedly the most popular destination in the New Town, this part of Prague is highly recommended for tourists who wanted to have the modern conveniences. Food and entertainment can be found anywhere while many important business offices are also found in this area. This means tourists should find anything they want and in this square. Welceslas Square was established mid-1800s but was constantly reconstructed to continue to adapt to modern environment. The square is named after St. Wenceslas which is commemorated through the statue found in the center.


Franciscan Garden


Even though New Town is always busy and can be crowded at times, there is always an area in this place where tourists and locals can come to avoid the noise. The Franciscan Garden is an old tourist destination popular for its serene environment. Given to the Franciscans during the 14th century, it saw decline but was eventually restored in 1990. Some tourists use this as a shortcut to other places in Prague but many stay for an hour or two to enjoy nature. It’s also known for continuous cultivation of flowers grown by Franciscans from the 17th century.


Church of Our Lady of the Snows


Although not as popular compared to the churches in Prague Castle, it’s still valued by locals and should be visited by tourists because of its historical significance. Jan Hus, the leader of Hussites, preached in this church and was buried after his death. Parts of the structure built in 1347 still stands today. The only time the church was restored was in 1607. The name of the church was named after the story wherein a man was asked by Virgin Mary to build a temple where the snow will fall even the apparition happened in summer.


National Museum


Almost everything a tourist wants to learn about Prague is in this museum. From old coins to the country’s part in history, tourists will be able to see impressive collection of things in the past. The works of art such as sculptures and paintings are also very impressive because it features the top artists from Czech Republic. The structure is also a testament of Czechs ability to design and built beautiful structure. The structure was built during the end of the 1800s. The New Town is always a great place to visit for tourists. You and your companion will be able to enjoy various services or even have fun with various bars and clubs.