Must see Prague
With so much to complete, plenty to see and locations to drink, you'll need about per week inside astonishing town! You're going to be stunned at how long your hard earned money will stretch and although its among the list of top must-see spots in European countries (which indicates touristy), you may still find many amazing concealed gems become found.
Cheapest Hostel: Hostel Marabou (€11.23 a night on weekdays, €15.16 every night on vacations for a dormitory)
Most readily useful Hostel: Sir Toby (€15.16 per night on weekdays, €17.55 per night on vacations for a dorm)
After couchsurfing throughout European countries, I made the decision to treat myself by scheduling two evenings in this top rated hostel and it also ended up being worth every penny (although, it’s not a great deal for all you get). Wonderful staff, great amenities, free BBQ nights (which means no-cost food) and easy to satisfy people here. Recommend!
- huge, comfy dorm rooms with privacy curtain and reading light
- 24-hour reception/security/key card accessibility
- large, well equipped home with “free food” rack
- common room
- fast Wi-Fi throughout hostel and dorms
- hot baths
- large lockers/luggage storage space
- beautiful outside terrace with many seating/BBQs
Totally free Activities To Do:
- time Saving Idea: to conquer the crowds, visit tourist places at the beginning of the morning or later in the evening.
- unwind in another of the countless well-maintained areas eg Riegrovy Sady, Petrin, Letna, Havlickovy Sady or Stromovka.
- climb the 300-step Petrin Observation Tower for great views (aka: Eiffel Tower knock-off).
- ingest the impressive architecture all-around and through the Strahov monastery for outstanding view.
- discover Wallenstein Garden (Valdstejnska zahrada).
- get Medieval at Prague Castle (Prazsky Hrad).
- visit the Jewish one-fourth: Josefov.
- wander through the Old Town Square.
- visit the colorful John Lennon Wall.
- synchronize your view because of the Astronomical Clock — it rings hourly from 8 a.m.-8 p.m.
- stroll across the Charles Bridge at sunrise.
- most Fun: The Lucerna songs Bar (80s/90s songs)
- many Overrated: Cross Bar (fabled for its looks)
- near Charles Bridge: Karlovy Lazne (Five different flooring of music)
- calm club: Cafe club Propoganda (inexpensive products)
- unique Bar: Kino Svetozor (underground bar in a cinema)
- alternate Bar: U Vystrelenyho oka (Rock club)
Drink and eat:
- knedliky — bacon dumplings
- pivni syr — beer cheese
- trdelnik — conventional pastry
- beer to use: Velkopopovicky Kozel
- top coffee spot: Muj Salek Kavy
- chocolate: Choco Cafe
- ideal vegetarian restaurant: Lekha Hlava
- best fresh make: Jiriho z Podebrad Farmers’ Marketplace
There are plenty great things to do that when I published them all, you’d be reading for days, so listed below are my top picks:
- adore the romantic streets of Novy Svet, which will ben’t inundated by tourists! (Nestled below the Loreto at the pinnacle of Stag Moat).
- discover the gorgeous hidden areas of Prague like the gorgeous park Vojanovy Sady in which peacocks roam across the gardens, Petrin Hill and Arbesovo Namesti.
- check out the south side’s “Little Hanoi” — Prague’s authentic Vietnamese marketplace.
- look out for a few “alternative” street art — with huge babies, peeing statues and naked females littered through the city thanks to the questionable sculptor David Cerny.
- Prague is renowned for its amazing cheaper-than-water alcohol. Needless to say, have a look at alcohol gardens: Letna and Riegrovy Sady.
- bring a picnic, grab an alcohol, play some songs and catch the sunset over the Naplavka Riverbank or in one of the many areas.