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This year we are organizing one day tutorial next to the conference on September, Wednesday 16. We invited Vasco Duarte to share insights with #NoEstimates - How to improve software development predictability and profitability by focusing on what matters. 

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Agile Prague Conference 2015 registration starts on mid-March, don't miss our first 15 super early bird registrations! 

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Royal Road

Royal Road (from up to down)

The tour, during which you can visit most of the Top Sights in Prague. I recommend to start at the Prague Castle, which is the largest Castle area in Europe, the first building stood there at the end of 1st millennium, not there stands St. Vitus Cathedral. The latest big changes on the castle are form architect Josip Plecnik from the beginning of the  20th century, when Prague became the capital of the new born Czechoslovak Republic.

Ahead of the castle there is a beautiful view to Leisser Town roofs and to Prague. Going down on Nerudova street notice the house signs above the doors of the buildings.

At the bottom of the street you will find the nicest baroque church in Prague St. Nicholas. Short walk to Karmelitská street will bring you to another famous place-Church of Our Lady Victory with the world known Infant Jesus of Prague.

Then you cross the river Vltava through Charles Bridge, the oldest bridge in Prague build in gothic and decorated with lot of statues by famous artist in baroque époque.  On the other side (Old Town) I recommend you to climb up the Tower with beautiful view to the bridge and Prague panorama.

Then you follow the Royal Road to the Old Town Square, with Astronomical Clock (600 years old) on the Old Town Hall (you can climb up the tower, the view of the square and beyond is spectacular).

On the opposite site you will see the Týn Church and statue of the reformer Jan Hus. The Royal Road goes on to Celetna street, but I recommend small roundabout way to visit Ungelt, walk through it (on the left side behind the Tyn Church) and get back to Celetna Street.

Don't miss the beautiful cubistic Black Madonna House on your right side at the corner with Ovocny trh.The tour ends at the Powder Tower at the end of Celetna, when you will find the gem of the Prague Art Nouveau-Municipal House.