Municipal Hall by Powder Tower (walking distance from Wenceslau Square or Old Town Square)...for something really special...this is not eatery, but exclusive Art Noveau Restaurant and other side of entry hall is Caffe.....not cheap, but if you can afford it have coffee and pastry in Caffe......Municipal Hall..... Lovely lovely place which also has tours 150 Kc/pp find their website. Menus (in English too) are in the entrance hall so you can see what you can have. If you don't want to spend that kind of money for food, go in anyway and have a look at both sides to see how beautiful it is. If you are interested in Art Noveau and not in food continue from Municipal Hall towards Wenceslau Square (Vaclavske namesti). On your left side sidewalk, you will pass Zivnostenska Banka, which is well worth going into. Go all the way upstairs into main hallway. Just beautifull. Another very interesting building is Hlavni Posta (main post office) in Jindrisska. You get there by walking up on the left side of the Wenceslau Sq. and turn first street on your left. Continue and on right side you will find Hlavni Posta. Go in and see another example of Art Noveau. These buildings are quite unique in the world, however, there are many more in Prague. When you continue all the way up on Wenceslau Sq. you will be heading toward Museum which is that beautiful building on the top. Notice St. VAclav on the horse. FAmous place for dates (under his tail!). You will get to Museum if you take stairs under (like if you go to Metro) and come up on other side. I did not find Museum very interesting, lots of rocks and other collections, but entrance hall and staircase are simply magnificent. Also nice view from the front of museum. Any other suggestions to see magnificent Art Noveau architecture?