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Old Town walking tour Old Town walking tour

Be ready to be amazed by spectacular paintings of the early and high Middle Ages.

We will show you how the art of painting developed in those periods while looking at exquisite examples in exhibitions and on house exteriors throughout historic Old Town. Let's start in the convent of St Agnes of Bohemia, which is home to a permanent exhibition of 'Medieval Art in Bohemia and Central Europe'. This is a prime collection of 13th to 16th century works from around the Czech lands of the time.

The convent itself is a beautifully restored place of Czech heritage, but we will see much more than that. The Gothic path around Old Town awaits with countless magnificent and surprisingly well preserved paintings and sgraffitos to discover.

Availibility: daily except Mondays

Duration: 3h

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