A key visit for me will be here:
This is the place in Wenceslaus Square where a Czech student, Jan Palach, set fire to himself in January 1969 (in the aftermath of the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia the previous August, which ended the "Prague spring"). Jan Palach's grave is in a cemetery just round the corner from the hotel where we will be staying. He burnt himself to death in a protest against the Soviet occupation. Wenceslaus Square is also the place where Vaclav Havel came into the open at a key moment of the "velvet revolution" in 1989, indicating that there was going to be change of government without repression.
I think we will also get here (C & A pulled out of the UK several years ago):