The capital city of Czech Republic is one of our favorite destinations in Europe. Known for its historic Old Town Square, Jewish Quarter, Charles Bridge and more. There is so much to see and explore while you enjoy the culture and restaurant scene Prague has to offer. Lastly, as real estate lovers this city has incredible architecture to admire that you can’t miss. Check out our itinerary for a full list of what to do when in Prague.
Stroll the Old Town & Charles Bridge
Old Town Walking Tour is the best way to see the history and architecture Prague has to offer. This tour is easily self-guided, about 60 minutes total and free. Listing key places, you’ll need to check out!
- New City Hall
- National Library
- Little Square Astronomical Clock Tower
- The Jan Hus Memorial
- Goltz-Kinsky Palace
- Memorial Park
- The Church of Saint Nicholas
- Church of Our Lady Before Týn
The Charles Bridge is where you can capture some amazing pictures. We highly recommend getting a drink or something to eat at Klub Lávka & Paddle Boats. They have a large outdoor patio at the base of the bridge, it’s a must!
Medieval Tavern & Prague Castle
The Prague Castle is the largest castle complex in the world. The complex includes Palaces and Churches in many architectural styles. This destination is ideal for real estate lovers.
The Medieval Tavern is located under the Prague Castle and is one of the oldest pubs in Prague. Kings and smugglers went to the Tavern back in 1375. It’s told that Czech Kings would get drunk in secret passages to forget their problems.
Explore the Synagogues & Cemetery of the Jewish Quarter
In Prague’s Jewish neighborhood five Synagogues and a Cemetery remain and are available to the public. You can buy tickets to all or some of the Synagogues below. We highly recommend seeing them all, it’s a memorable experience.
- The Spanish Synagogue
- The Klausen Synagogue
- The Old-New Synagogue
- The Maisel Synagogue
- The Pinkas Synagogue
- The Old Jewish Cemetery
Afterwards, take a walk around the Jewish Quarter. This part of Prague has luxury boutiques, perfect for window shopping, and local restaurants and cafés.
Stroll Through the New Town
New Town is a great area to walk around and experience more of Prague’s culture. There is continued history but great places to grab a drink, a bit to eat or do some shopping. Below are some of our favorite places to see!
- Wenceslas Square
- The Beer Factory
- Lucerna Gallery Mall
- Hotel Evropa
- Charles Square
- Paddle Boat Rentals on the Vltava River
Check Out the Clementinum National Library
The National Library is known as one of the most beautiful libraries in the world. It’s located in the The Clementinum (“Klementinum” in Czech) which is the second largest complex in Prague (first being the Castle). The complex includes other historic and educational buildings such as The Mirror Chapel and Meridian Hall.
See the Dancing House followed by dinner at The Ginger & Fred Restaurant
The Dancing House is thought to be “deconstructivism” which is a post-modern architectural style that became popular in the 1980’s. The location of the house is significant as it was destroyed by a U.S bombing at the end of World War II in 1945.
The Ginger & Fred Restaurant is on the 7th floor and has incredible views of Old Town and the Castle. The restaurant serves French style cuisine in a luxurious environment.
Views from the Petrin Tower
A must! Before leaving Prague, the Petrin Tower is one of the most “Instagramable moments”. The tower has two viewing areas and the ground floor of the tower is a brick Neo-Renaissance style building. Get ready to strike a pose!
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