Romantic Things to Do in Prague
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Prague is a unique eastern European city that embodies the qualities of some of its more popular neighboring cities, making it a perfectly off-the-beaten path and entirely fascinating. The Old Town and riverwalk that meander through cobblestone streets feel as if time traveling to yesteryear, or better off, directly into a fairytale. The Clock Tower, in particular, gives this city a Cinderella-like charm, excellent for lovers to flee to and enjoy as they delight in local cuisine and wash it down with a pint. Looking to get away from the typical European haunts? Consider Prague for your next couple's trip and enjoy its romantic side.
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Things to do in Prague
Prague, Czech Republic, is a city imbued with history, curious architecture of varying periods and styles, particular culinary indulgences, etc. There are plenty of romantic things to do in Prague. It is an easily walkable city, guiding its visitors down winding streets that all lead to the Old Town Square and the river that washes up upon it. Here you will see an array of visitors, lovers, and local people from Prague who love to gather in the city center. As you explore the city, consider venturing out to some of the following for a unique experience:
Some of the best city and river views can be seen from the top of Letna Park. Here, you will see many lovers taking a walk, families enjoying time together, and plenty of kids. If the weather is nice, stop by for a beer at the Letna Park Biergarten.
Kampa Park & Island
Cross the bridge, and you’ll find yourself at Kampa Park, a beautifully manicured small park that is also home to the Kampa Museum, a collection of modern art. Enjoy an array of Cezch and European art right here.
A trip to Prague is incomplete without a visit to the Prague Castle. The castle itself (and surrounding buildings) are beautiful, but the grounds will blow you away. Tip: It can get very crowded, so best to go first thing in the morning.
Old Jewish Cemetery
The largest Jewish cemetery in Europe and one of Prague's most important heritage sites, this is an unmissable spot. It is also home to the Jewish Museum featuring an excellent exhibit of Jewish history in this region of Europe.
For great city views, head to the Petrin Tower (the one that may or may not resemble the Eiffel Tower.) The Czech are very much proud of their lookout tower that features swoon-worthy views over the entire city of Prague.
Day Trips from Prague
This medieval town and UNESCO world heritage site is worth visiting, even for a day alone. It is beautiful, and the castle (and gardens) are incredible.
Plzen is home to the famous Pilsner Urquell Brewery. Stop by for a brewery tour. The town square is also so pretty and worth a quick tour.
Eat & drink
Lehka Hlava: Prague has such a fascinating vegetarian food culture, and this one is an absolute must! The space is unique, too, with mushroom lamps and stars on the ceiling. So if you’re craving a healthy, yet satisfying meal, this is your place. My favorite dishes are the beet burger, the Thai curry dish and any type of noodle dish.
Home Kitchen: This spot features several locations across town and serves delicious fresh food. The menu changes daily, but they always have three soups. True to its name, everything feels (and is) homemade.
Muj Salek Kavy: An important Czech word to learn is kava, coffee. This is one of my favorite spots for coffee and lunch! They have seating on the street, which is a great place to sit and people watch. The cafe also features delicious lunch options like salads and different kinds of toast.
Bottega di Finestra: Yummy, flavorful salads priced by weight served with homemade bread.
Coffee Source: Great coffee and beautiful back garden.
La Bohème: A design-friendly coffee shop serving delicious lattes in beautiful surroundings.
Bistro 8: An excellent destination for a mid-day coffee that serves homemade lemonade, cakes and healthy lunch options.
Cukrárna Alchymista: Enjoy a latte, cake or bowl of daily soup at this cafe. They have quirky indoor seating and a gorgeous back garden where you’ll hear birds chirp and smell dozens of roses. You can also see the cafe’s own bunny in the garden!
Pasta Fresca: Yummy, fresh and well-priced pasta in the Old Town. A diamond among the tourist haunts, they also feature a great lunch menu.
Cestr: Cuts of steak and fish cooked any way you like. And don’t forget to look up – the ceiling is covered in pretty blue and white tile.
Lokal: If you’re looking for traditional Czech good Czech food, and the freshest pint of beer, Lokal is your place. There are a few locations throughout the city, and true to the name, even locals love this place.
Las Adelitas: It’s really hard to find good Mexican food in Europe, but if you need to satisfy the craving, this institution is a pretty good option, and they have a few locations across Prague.
The Tavern Bar: This spot wins for the search for the best burger in town!
EMA espresso bar: Best latte in the city at their three Prague locations!
Sansho: This Asian restaurant is hosted by Chef Paul Day. Go at lunch to order a la carte or for dinner for a set menu. The pre-set dinner menu is on the pricier side for Prague, but the (seasonal) soft shell crab slider is not to be missed.
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