Prague in the Czech Republic is an admirer’s fancy! Almost every place in the city looks so fictitious. With all its colorful baroque buildings, clobbered street, and sapphire evenings adorning the warm lit streets, Prague looks nothing less than a fine poetry that must be read by every discerning traveler! So, when you are around, there are plenty of things to do in Prague that would make you so engrossed that you’d lose the track of time!
Walk the Wenceslas Square at dawn or dusk, and watch the domes of buildings along the street emerge in the soft light, prettified by the orange or catch the panoramic city view from the top of Prague Castle. Explore a souvenir shop, grab a Fruit Tea for your beloved ones, or drink the traditional Hot Wine/ Honey wine; the experiences offered by Prague are countless. So, it’s better to begin with the number one, and who knows while indulging yourself in these activities you can actually stumble upon something entirely new, unlisted!
This guide on things to do in Prague will help you explore the city like a local, more efficiently!
1. Walk through the Old Town Square & admire the best of medieval architecture
2. Wait by the Astronomical Clock in Old Town Square till it strikes an hour
3. Take a leisure stroll across the Charles Bridge
4. Watch the Old Jewish Ghetto
5. Get stunned by the mystical charm of Prague Castle
6. Explore the Wenceslas Square on foot
7. Take the romantic Vltava River cruise
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8. Capture the fervent charm of St. Vitus Cathedral in one frame
9. Climb the Cathedral & catch the panoramic view of Prague (a lot of people don’t know about it)
10. Walk across the Golden Lane
11. Munch on the Czech Donut Ice Cream Cone
12. Ride a vintage car in the scenic streets of Czech
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13. Spot the artists & musicians on the Charles Bridge
14. Catch the view of a Seven Foot Tall Sigmund Freud
15. Pay a visit to some of the weirdest & most peculiar museums in the world
i) Museum of Torture
ii) Museum of Sex Machines
iii) Museum of Historical Chamber Pots and Toilets
iv) Magic Cave
v) Museum of the Czech Police
16. Explore a Hash outlet, located on almost every street in the city center. It’s completely legal in Prague!
17. Pose in front of the Lennon Wall
18. Watch a puppet show, or buy one from a shop
19. Ride the Prague Metro to reach popular hotspots in the Old Town
20. Watch the enchanting view of the Dancing House
All of these wonderful things to do in Prague would only add to your mesmerizing experience of the city. Make sure that you capture the best that this historic place has to offer.
Frequently Asked Questions About Things To Do In Prague
A. Some of the best things to do in Prague is to take a glimpse of the infant Jesus of Prague, explore the Old Town Square, take a watch at the Astronomical Clock Strike, take a stroll at the Charles Bridge, and also take a tour of the Prague Castle.
A. While in Prague one should miss the chance to explore places like Old Town Square, Charles Bridge, Vysehrad, and also walk around the Jewish Quarter.
A. There are many places to visit in Prague which cannot be missed like the St. Vitus Cathedral, St. George’s Basilica, the Powder Tower and the Old Royal Palace.
A. Prague is relatively considered a safe city where the rate of violent crimes done are very low and usually most areas are safe to walk. But avoid areas with too many crowds, as crimes like pickpocketing is very common there.
A. Prague is quite a deal than any other European capital especially Czech Republic which is quite expensive than the rest of the country.
A. At Least 3 days are required to spend in Prague and explore the city. While for the people who want to take day trips, 4-5 days is the ideal time.
A. English is vastly spoken in the country by the native citizens and it gets better with higher education. Although the older people in Czech Republic don’t speak English quite often.