Here are a couple of highly recommended walks around Prague (also known as Praha, Prag and Praga)
Time out in the Old Town Square.
The Royal (Way) Walk: Starting at the Art Nouveau glory of Municipal House, this walk – which is used be the old coronation route – passes various notable buildings through the city’s heart: from Staromestske Namesti (Old Town Square), across Karluv Most (Charles Bridge) and up to imposing Prague Castle (Prazsky Hrad) and the free-to-enter St Vitus Cathedral. The walk continues along the Vitava river bank and up Petrin Hill for a panoramic view of the Castle and the city.
New Town/Old Town Walk: This takes you through both the city’s new and old faces, starting at the National Museum in the New Town’s rather dull Wenceslas Square – previously home to Russian tanks, now a popular shopping area – through an open market place and along narrow back streets to Old Town Square, then continues to Josefov, the old Jewish District.
Quite good quality buskers manage to find convenient locations.
Don’t expect to meet any Czech people who are not in service to the tourist trade, in high season anyway, they are a rare breed bordering on extinction. You will, however, be surrounded and possibly buffeted by staggering numbers of querulous tourists trying to beat you to the best seat in the café, the best point for a sunset shot, the next toilet. . .