King Wenceslas IV of Luxembourg was a Czech king and son of the most famous king from Czech history – Charles IV of Luxembourg. He built a new King’s Court next to the Powder Tower in the late 14th century which became the seat of the next four Czech kings and is starting point of the famous coronation marches of new Czech rulers.
Follow with us the same route like new Czech monarchs did between 1438 and 1836. The journey leads from Powder Tower to the Old Town Square, Charles Bridge, Malostranske Sq., Pohorelec, Loreto Sq., Hradcanske Sq. to the end: Prague Castle. This is definitely the most beautiful walk down the historical downtown, at some parts very busy, at some others absolutely quiet. If you want to choose an easier option, we can do the tour in reverse; walking from the Castle downhill to Powder Tower. Coffee or lunch break we can do at some of many places on the way.