This is how many days you need to see Prague, and what to experience you’re there

Prague is known to be one of the crown jewels of Europe. Anyone who chooses to return to history and to a more romantic time. Prague is the capital as well as the largest city of the Czech Republic. Anyone wishing to visit Prague (especially during the winter months when it is the best) should take the time to see all the attractions in their entirety.

If travelers are planning to visit the city of Prague, here is how many days you need to see it and what to experience there.

ten Getting to Prague

Prague is located in the heart of Central Europe, which is why any traveler can visit without a sweat. The most popular means of transport for Prague is by plane or train, depending on where the tourist is coming from. If you are traveling from Europe, several low-cost airlines offer direct flights to Prague. If you are traveling from the United States, New York offers a direct flight to this city via Delta, KLM and Air France. If travelers are planning a trip to several central European cities and are heading to Vienna, Budapest or Bratislava first, taking a train from one of these cities makes the trip easier.

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9 Budget hotels

Since the city of Prague is known to travelers, many hotels now offer prices as low as $ 8 per night. So choose a hotel where most of the spots are nearby. Most booked hotels in downtown Prague include Radisson Blu Hotel Prague, Art Nouveau Palace Hotel, Grandium Hotel, Astoria Hotel, Prague Inn, Old Prague Hotel, Cloister of the hotel, Old Town Square apartments and many more.

8 Transport in Prague

Speaking of one of the best public transport systems in Europe, Prague would surely be included. The most used mobiles are the metro, trams and buses, where it covers almost all parts of the city, even on the outskirts. Most tourists take the historic tram to see the city from a different perspective. But if the destination is within a reasonable walking distance, tourists might as well enjoy every detail of the city as they walk to make sure they don’t miss a thing.

seven Places to eat

When it comes to food, Czech culture is known for its portions of meat and thick gravy. There are a lot of traditional Czech restaurants in Prague, so don’t miss them! Krcma, a restaurant in the old town of Prague, serves one of the best meat dishes like rib eye, chicken breast, sausage, roast duck etc. If travelers are looking for cuisine from other cultures, there are also restaurants in Prague. For travelers with a sweet tooth, Prague ice cream is to die for, so be prepared.

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6 Charles Bridge and the castle

One of the city’s most photographed destinations is the Charles Bridge which offers romantic scenery, especially at night. Travelers can take a 40-minute walk to the castle, which consists of four buildings. The visit here would take 3-4 hours, so that tourists can enjoy visiting Prague Castle, which would likely reduce the duration of the visit. Travelers can access the famous St. Vitus Cathedral, St. George’s Basilica, the Powder Tower, and the Royal Palace.

5 Karlovy Vary (Carlsbad)

Founded in 1358 and located about two hours from the main city of Prague, Karlovy Vary is the oldest spa town in the Czech Republic. There are around 12 spas and hot springs around town, so it’s perfect for a day trip. Water contains chemicals that can treat certain illnesses, and other minerals in water make stones sold as souvenirs. After relaxing with the hot spring waters, visit the City Theater, Mill Colonnade, and other towers.

4 Prague old town

If tourists are looking for a souvenir shop, the small streets of the old town will offer a lot. Never miss the famous puppets or puppets, famous souvenirs from Prague as popular since the 1500s. Make sure you buy it first, it is a bit pricey. Visit the Jewish Quarter and the Jewish Museum, where Adolph Hitler collected the treasures. End the day with a visit to the Old Town Hall with its well-known feature – the Clock Tower, where travelers can have a view of the entire city.

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3 Vltava river

One thing that every traveler should not miss in Prague is the ferry ride along the Vltava River, which runs through the city of Prague. The ride would be perfect while enjoying lunch at the same time. The ferry passes a variety of landmarks as each passenger enjoys great music and fresh air. Some of the sights are Charles Bridge, Prague Castle and the National Theater. It’s also the perfect time for every tourist to see the nightclubs along with the ride.

2 Medieval torture museum

For history buffs, located near Charles Bridge, is the Medieval Torture Museum, which features over 60 various torture instruments from all over Europe. Spend the rest of the day in the famous Wenceslas Square, a perfect place for shopping. Finally, it is perfect to end the tour in the Old Town Square, where everyone can enjoy a friendly and calm Budvar with an active music scene in the pubs around.

1 Nights in Prague

A classical concert in Prague would make the whole tour much more memorable, so be sure to get tickets on the first day. Most concerts take place in St. George’s Basilica and on the staircase of the National Museum. It usually starts at 5 p.m. so be sure to eat dinner early. If tourists like crazy nights, try underground nightclubs and bars such as Klub Lavka and Roxy, the city’s most famous club.

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