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Two days at Prague

by vickss

Hi ppl,

I will be travelling to Prague with my wife for two days in whats a 2 weeks European holiday. Wanted to know a few things..

1. I am planning to keep it simple and relaxing trip.. first day(rather half day) is for Charles Bridge, Old Town walk with clock.. Can you suggest some other places plus what time should we reach to catch Kriziks fountain.. any ways to buy cheap tickets online .....whats the fee anyway?

2. Second day will be about Petrin .. clues how to xplore it.. shud we first get down at station 1 and later go to the second level..how about palace tickets.. is it on the counter or has to be booked in advance?

3. Any suggested tram/metro links which can take us back and forth to outskirts with great views of Prague..

4. Probably I will get a one day pass on second day timing it so that we can use it to get back to the airport on third day..hope 24 hours pass doesnt end before actual 24 hours(say midnight of first day)?

Re: Two days at Prague

by unaS

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Re: Two days at Prague

by GrumpyDiver

For a nice view of Prague. Cross the Charles Bridge and head up to the castle up the hill. I seem to remember it looking nice back towards the old city.

The best time to see both the bridge and the old city is before 7:00 in the morning. You will have them all to yourself (including the clock). Go back at mid-day and you won't recognized them with all of the tourists running around.

Another quick and interesting site is the Jewish cemetery.

Re: Two days at Prague

by Lurchizo

An interesting little stop I found was the Museum of the History of Communism. Gives a lot of history and perspective about the Soviets in Czech. It is located about the MacDonald's on Prikope - walking distance from the astronomical clock. Many hours can be spent walking the Prague Castle and the best views of the old city are from up there. The Jewsih Quarter is good for a few hours as well. I found the best way to see Prague was just to walk around and you wouldn't believe what you can find. There is a very good tourist information store within eyesight of the astronomical clock and they will have good free maps and suggestions. Anything else, just shoot me an email.

Travel Tips for Prague

WC tips

by wildstrawberries

Have some loose change (small denominations) with you in case you need to visit the WC, which charges like 3 crowns or something. I was shooed away for having 1 crown short and the old lady has no small change!

Food to try in Prague: Hermelin

by mbsimjam

There are a few foods that are eaten in Czech Republic that I have not seen anywhere else, and unless you know what they are, you will surely be apprehensive to try them.

Nakladany Hermelin is loosely translated as Pickled Cheese. It is Camembert Cheese marinaded in oil with spices, peppers and onions and is generally eaten with Czech bread as the starch and beer as the refreshment. It can taste different in each and every pub or restaurant you go into depending on the spices they use. Some are also hotter (spicier) than others, while some with give you worse breath than others :)

It is one of my favourite pub food snacks and is definitely worth a try if you are out and about and thinking you might want a snack.

Lot of Theatres and Music here!

by rich77

I was impressive by a lot of people that in every corner of the city sell tickets for music spectacles. Lot of old buildings and churchs are the set for classical music and opera and the prize is quite low.

The Church of Our Lady of the Snows

by Paul2001

The Church of Our Lady of the Snows is an easy church to overlook as it sits in a very busy section of the Nove Mesto, west of Wencelas Square. It is one of the older churches in Prague have been begun in the 14th century. Only the chancel was completed giving the church the impression of only being half done. The church, for this fact, is actually taller than it is long. The nave is actually higher than St. Vitus. The facade itself, is very plain but it is the interior that offers the highlights with exploration most notably for the high altar, a black and gold baroque piece which is the tallest in Prague.

Visit the Jewish cemetery. ...

by feline01

Visit the Jewish cemetery. The tombstones are all piled on top of each other thanks to the nazis. When I visited last, there was an art exhibit done by children who were victims of the Holocaust. Nearly impossible to see it and not cry.

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