Top Things to Do in Prague, Czech Republic

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  • Czech Republic

  • Prague

  • Arts & Culture

  • City Travel

  • International Travel

  • Architecture

  • Foodie

  • Sightseeing

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Prague is located in the heart of Europe and is one of the continent's underrated gems. The rich architecture reflects Romanesque, Renaissance and Baroque. Apart from the beautiful view of the city's breathtaking architecture, there are many exciting things to do all around the city, and Prague is amazing for its fun nightlife. After a full day of sightseeing, a bar crawl accompanied by Absinthe — Prague's signature drink — will have you never wanting to leave!

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Where to stay in Prague, Czech Republic

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The Emblem Prague Hotel

A modern relaxing hotel in the heart of Prague with a living-room style lounge and smoke room, spa and unique monthly house parties.

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The Grand Mark Prague

Stylish hotel in Prague with swanky suites and a luxurious garden restaurant.

Andaz Prague - a concept by Hyatt

Andaz Prague is a stylish hotel that takes inspiration from the dynamic nature of its city, hosting guests within thoughtfully designed rooms and delighting with avant-garde Czech cuisine and beer.

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  • Breakfast daily.

  • Upgrade & extended check-in/out whenever possible.

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Things to do in Prague, Czech Republic

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Explore Prague's Cultural & Historical Landmarks

Prague Castle & St. Vitus Cathedral: Take a breathtaking tour of the Prague Castle and St. Vitus Cathedral. After visiting the Prague castle, explore The Gardens below the Prague Castle and take in the beautiful view of the city. Great picturesque option as well. 

John Lennon wall: John Lennon fan? Have a quick photo op at the Lennon Wall, a mural dedicated to John Lennon. 

Petrin Hill: Walk through Petrin Hill, known for its rocky terrain and hidden gardens. Get greeted by Prague's Eiffel Tower (Petrin Tower) and take in the amazing views of Prague. 

Charles Bridge: The Charles Bridge was a major connection between the Prague Castle and adjacent areas in the city. Now the bridge is one of Prague’s major tourist attractions. Enjoy an early morning stroll across the Charles Bridge as you admire the sunrise.

Wallenstein Garden: After a stroll across the Charles Bridge, head to Wallenstein Garden to take in the beautiful lake and Baroque-styled statues.

Beer spa: Soak in a beer tank as you sip on a cold brew of beer.

Places to eat & drink in Prague, Czech Republic

Two pieces of Trdelnik in Prague

Green Devils Absinthe Bar: Absinthe is the traditional drink of Prague. Enjoy absinthe cream, cocktails and drinks at one of Prague’s many Absinthe bars. 

Venue Praha: Looking for a great American-style breakfast? Enjoy Venue Praha’s delicious chicken & waffles and red velvet pancakes.

Soho Restaurant: Delicious European and Asian fine dining cuisine with a whimsical interior decor. 

The Craft: Gourmet burger made with locally sourced meat.

Sia Restaurant: Delicious Asian cuisine with family-style options. Insider tip: I recommend getting the Duck to share as a table!

Good food: Snack on the popular Eastern European desert, Trdelnik aka Chimney. 

Kitchen Bar: The best ramen! An unexpected delight that you’ll be dying to experience again after leaving Prague. 

M1 Club: Great nightlife in the center of the city. DJ caters to all audiences with hip-hop, r&b, indie rock and house music selections.

Need to Know

This guide is part of our ongoing series on travel to Prague and our longer series on travel to the Czech Republic.

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