Having hit most of the major tourist walking areas, we decided to dig a bit deeper and booked a WithLocals tour of some of the historical sites in Old Town and the adjacent areas. In addition to learning more about the architectural movements present in the city, we also gleaned some knowledge about the WWII era in Prague. Most of all, it was just interesting to be able to talk one on one with our guide, a Prague local who remembers as a child making a game out of finding and calling in unexploded ordinance leftover from war.
We ended the day atop Letna Park. In this expansive area, visitors can find another idyllic beer garden, the Prague Metronome (and surrounding blissful revelers and skaters cruising an improvised skatepark), and this famous view from a terrace below a gorgeous old-world cafe.