Want to feel Prague of the 16th century? Simply get off the crowd of tourists pouring through the main streets and turn to the less frequented and sometimes almost forgotten passages and corridors.
Lets start from the corner of Old Town Hall where you leave the crowd after having watched the Astronomical Clock hourly presentation. Turn backwards to the Clock, walk left and turn right into Zelezna Street, off the Square. Then take the narrow Kozna Street to the right - this is where our journey to medieval Prague starts. You can feel the spirit of the old times immediately when walking among stone houses with small shops behind semicircular doors. Those medieval houses can be seen in many streets around the Old Town - owners lived on the first floor and ran their business on the ground floor. Cross the Melantrichova Street and follow to Michalska Street, walking through a wall gate to a square with a cafe. Keep left and continue towards the corridor leading to Jilska Street. Cross a small square and turn right to Jalovcova which brings you to Husova. Turn left. Turn right to Zlata and follow it to the intersection with Liliova where turn left. Take Naprstkova to the right. Then turn right to Stribrna, the longest narrow street in Prague, which ends on the Anenske Square. Turn left and walk to the Charles Spa on the Vltava waterfront