Prague City Tourism is offering visitors a free entry into the Old Town Hall and guided walks as part of the Prague Unlocked campaign aimed at restarting tourism in the metropolis.
“Tourism in Prague dropped to zero almost overnight due to the coronavirus pandemic. I am very pleased that the city has reacted quickly to the current situation and that we are now able to join forces to restart tourism in the metropolis. We have given our utmost to the Prague Unlocked (in Czech V Praze Jako Doma) campaign to ensure that we can offer visitors absolutely everything that we have available,” says Petr Slepička, who is in charge of managing Prague City Tourism.
“I am sure that visitors will appreciate the free entry into the Old Town Hall and the interesting walks with our professional guides,” he adds.
As part of the campaign, visitors can choose guided walks on various topics which lasts 1–2 hours. For example, they can set off in search of Prague’s ghosts, follow the footsteps of Foglar’s “Vonts”, reveal the mysteries of the house signs in the Lesser Town or even search for beer.
Visitors can use the points from the campaign between 1.7. and 30.9.2020. The Old Town Hall will return to its regular operations when the campaign begins. All of the visitor circuits will once again be open from July and the Town Hall will be open daily until 10 pm.
The lookout tower of the Old Town Hall is the only medieval tower in Prague with full wheelchair access. Visitors can take the lift up to the gallery and enjoy the view in comfort and without complications, but with a covered nose and mouth.
The complete offer and information about the campaign is available online on www.vprazejakodoma.cz