Prague – What to see and do on a short break!

Prague Astronomical Clock

Prague is the capital and largest city of the Czech Republic and the historical capital of Bohemia.

Located in a prime position on the Vltava river, a thousand years of history have left an indelible mark on the city with Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque and even Communist architectural and cultural influences evident around the city.

The city is now one of the most visited in Europe and charms visitors with its fairytale appearance and a vibrant nightlife where a Euro goes that little bit further.

The city’s most visited attractions include Prague Castle, Charles Bridge, the Old Town Square with its awe-inspiring astronomical clock, the Jewish Quarter, Petřín hill and Vyšehrad.

Prague’s historic centre has received the stamp of approval with its inclusion as a UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

The city boasts more than ten major museums, numerous theatres, galleries, and numerous historical attractions all linked by an extensive modern public transportation system.

So where to start:

1: 3-day Prague City Card with Free Public Transport

This is a great way to avoid the worry of buying tickets for the local transportation system and to gain access to some of Prague’s top sights. A 3-day card would probably offer the best value and includes: free public transport, free airport express, free 2-hour Martin Tour bus tour, free 1-hour Martin Tour river cruise with a live guide, free Prague castle, free Jewish museum, free Old Town hall, 50 free attractions, and up to 50% off discounts on other attractions, tours, cruises, shows, concerts, and restaurants.

 


 

2: Prague Beer and Czech Tapas Evening Walking Tour

Don’t waste valuable time trying to find the best places to enjoy Prague’s favourite tipple – take your taste buds on a journey around some of Prague’s best drinking haunts on a 5-hour evening Prague beer tour. Hosted by a local guide, you will visit five iconic bars and pubs, including a microbrewery. As you explore the trendy Žižkov district and Prague Old Town you will also have an opportunity to enjoy the local ‘tapas’ with delights such as the pork chilli and pickled sausage an ideal accompaniment to the best pilsners.

Explore like a local

3: Prague E-Scooter Tour: Grand City Tour

Want to see the city – but worry about the environment – well check this out. Explore all the important monuments of Prague via e-scooter, its history and secret stories in a fun and unique way! Visit Lennon Wall, Kampa Park, Prague Castle, Petrin Tower, Lesser Town, St. Nicolas Church, Letna Park, Jewish Ghetto, Expo 58 and much more!

4: Hot Air Balloon Ride around Prague

Want to see Prague and the surrounding countryside from a different angle? Well, why not try a 1-hour hot air balloon flight from Prague. Rise high above the spires, castles and winding rivers outside the city, and watch the sun rise — or set — over Czechoslovakia’s remarkable landscape. Finish the experience with a glass of sparkling wine and a flight certificate to commemorate this once-in-a-lifetime experience.

5: Prague Folklore Party Dinner and Entertainment

Enjoy a traditional Czech style evening with dinner and entertainment, including unlimited wine, beer and soda. Travel by coach to a typical Czech restaurant and take a seat for an evening of colourful Czech folklore and feasting. After a few beverages, it won’t be long before you are joining in the clapping and folk dancing!

Folk Dancing in Prague

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1 Comment on Prague – What to see and do on a short break!

  1. Thanks for sharing an informative blog. The information you have shared really helpful to all tour lovers. It’s very much true that there are many beautiful places in Prague to travel like Charles Bridge, Old town square, St. Vitus Cathedral etc. Segway tour that you have already mentioned is the most adventurous tour in Prague. Another adventurous tour in Prague that is “Biko Adventures”.

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