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Prague, Czech Republic

Quick Overview

Who is this Trip For?

Prague is the City where Medieval Vibes meet Modern Vibrancy!

With its stunning architecture such as the Astronomical Clock or Prague Castle and iconic Landmarks like the Charles Bridge or Old Town, this City is perfect for couples, solo travelers, or groups looking to enjoy exploring this awesome city or make the most of the nightlife scene.

With Delicious Food, iconic sights, and budget-friendliness, 3-5 Days from April-September are perfect.

Suggested Activities

This historic Castle dating back to around 800 A.D. is full of interesting Palaces, Churches, and Fortifications.

Visit to learn about the cultural heritage or to see the spectacular panorama view over the City.

When in Prague, you have to experience the heart of the City with its old town, and make sure to see the astronomical clock as it announces the hour!

Make sure to also look at the crazy Dancing House Building!!! This is a Must see!

This is the Largest and most important Church in Prague, and being almost 700 Years old, it is an impressive work of Gothic Architecture with huge glass windows and sculptures.

The best way to learn about the fascinating history of Medieval through Modern time Prague is by joining a Walking Tour. 

We recommend booking a Free Walking tour, as the guide works on a tip basis, so has more incentive to be knowledgable and make the tour interesting.

With many historic and beautiful Synagogues, among them the Old-New Synagogue, one of the oldest in Europe, this area is worth exploring!

Google Maps Link (Click Here).

This 14th Century footbridge connects the Old Town and Lesser Town, and offers stunning views of the City over the Vltava River.

This is especially beautiful at sunset, as you hear the water rushing and watch as the sun dips below the city skyline, with its buildings and church spires.

Top Tips

To have access to the most convenient form of transport, purchase a multi-day pass so you can hop on and off of the trams, buses, or metros, and make the most of the time you have in the City.

Eat a traditional Czechian Foods like the Chimney Cake, Goulash, Knedliky, and Pivo, to feel more like a local.

Even if you have explored through the day, experiencing the famous nightlife of the City is totally unique from the Daytime, and worth the time!

Make it Unique

There are many Jazz Clubs or other live music bars in the City. Head to one of these for a sure way to make a fun and entertaining evening!

Even apart from the nightlife, a exploring yourself or going on a guided night tour will give you the chance to see the Landmarks lit up and contrasted against the dark night sky!

Check out the Holešovice Market for awesome street food or street art, and try the sweet shop with Prague Sweets: “Sweet Corner Candy Shop” for some delicious sweets.

Google Maps Links (Sweet Shop, Street Market).

How to get There?

Flying: The main airport is Václav Havel Airport Prague (PRG), with many international Flights.

Other: You can enter by roads and highways to the neighboring countries, and many European Cities have Train Connections to Prague.

How to get Around?

Getting around the city is easy with a combination of walking and the extensive public transportation network.

Buses and Metros connect the city, also taxis, Ubers, and bike rentals are available.

How to get There?

Flying: The main airport is Václav Havel Airport Prague (PRG), with many international Flights.

Other: You can enter by roads and highways to the neighboring countries, and many European Cities have Train Connections to Prague.

How to get Around?

Getting around the city is easy with a combination of walking and the extensive public transportation network.

Buses and Metros connect the city, also taxis, Ubers, and bike rentals are available.

Safety Concerns

Prague is a Safe City for Tourists, with Low levels of Crime.

As with any tourist destination, it’s always a good idea to be aware of your surroundings and keep your valuables safe.

Also, Pickpocketing is a problem, and street vendors or scam artists sometimes try to take advantage of tourists.

Where to Stay?

The closer to the Old Town you can stay, the Better. As then you can explore more of the city by foot, and are staying in the most central location.

  • Hostels: There are many great options for affordable hostels, either with shared or private rooms. Hostelworld is a great resource to find and book beds. This is the best value option and ideal for solo travelers. The most highly recommended hostel is the Hostel One Home, with great reviews and friendly staff.
  • There are many great Airbnb offerings, and this option may be the best value for families or groups.
  • Hotels are a good option for families, or people mainly looking to have the most hassle-free experience.