The Powder Towernám. Republiky 5, Staré Město
Tel: +420 725 847 875
5.0 Stars written by Luis Monge
Beautiful tower that takes you back in time. Its almost surreal to see this tower in the middle of a more modern area. You can take pictures from the ground or climb the tower for a better view of the surroundings. ;)
5.0 Stars written by Einar G.
Walking up was very fun and it got me a little dizzy in the end. There is not much space on the top but there were not so many people as I have experienced before in lookout towers in Prague. You should definitely come here in the evening.
5.0 Stars written by BOBBY DOBBY
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5.0 Stars written by Nick Bankov
Make sure you read about the Powder Tower and how it relates to the Old Town beforehand, since knowing the history of the place you are stepping into can improve the experience.
Anyhow, the views from atop are delightful, though not open.
A tip from me: if you are a student or a tutor, do ask for a discount.
Bonus: Give it a try at the puzzle on the middle level (I couldn't solve it).
4.0 Stars written by George On tour
This monumental entrance by which the coronation processions of Czech kings entered the Old Town is one of the most significant monuments of Late Gothic Prague. Completed in 1475, the Powder Tower, which formerly served as a gunpowder store, is still the starting point for the Coronation or Royal Route to Prague Castle. The viewing gallery is located at a height of 44 m.