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Forum Posts

City tour

by stamporama

Is an entire day (or perhaps a day and a half) sufficient to see all these sights on foot and by metro: Prague castle, St. Vitus cathedral, Charles bridge, old town square and astronomical clock? Or is any of these best viewed at night? Then perhaps cap the evening with a beer at U Fleku?

Thanks for any feedback.

Re: City tour

by leics

Prague has a good public transport system, so getting up to the Hrad and back to the old town by tram is easy. You could do it in a day, with a fairly early start, but it's always better to take time to enjoy things.

I notice you haven't mentioned visiting Josefov, Prague's Jewish quarter (very near the old town square). You should make time to visit this, if you possibly can, and also give yourself time to just wander around the Stare Mesto (the old town).

Re: City tour

by lifeisatrip

It is doable. Charles Bridge and the Astronomical clock will not take much of your time, but you definitely have to spend time in the castle and the cathedral. We took the part-walking tour of the city and that was a good two hours. It did not include the castle tour.

Re: City tour

by johngayton

Yep, as Leics says Prague has a very good public transport system and so is really easy to get around. Personally I would give the Castle 2 half days to do it justice (and the main ticket is valid for 2 days). U Fleku is certainly good for a well-deserved beer! Enjoy! Cheers, John.

Re: City tour

by leics

All the pivovars (micro-breweries)I visited in Prague were excellent, and their food is good too.

Re: City tour

by virtual786

wear VERY comfortable shoes; walking on the Prague sidewalks can be painful.

Travel Tips for Prague

Street Signs

by bpwillet

Don't confuse yourself with the signs in Prague. They are very good about letting you know exactly where you are. The big red one is for the street you are on and the district. The smaller blue sign may give you the city registration number. The third single number blue sign is the actual building number.

National food trying

by Raimix

When travelling I always try to taste any traditional dishes. Here, in Czech Republic, I tried pig’s heel, Moravian pot roast with sauerkraut, kniedliki, gouliash, staroceske trdlo, and sausages with dark beer sauce. All that was quite deliciuos and familiar to me.

Let say gouliash is quite popular here, and in other countries (eg. Hungary). In Prague it is common to put it into day meals list ;)

The most interesting for me was kniedliki, I don’t know real recipe, but it seems as bread mixed with potatoes and other ingredients, having form of slice. These are used as garnish.


by mickey69

We went there in January, probably the coldest month for Prague.You should take your warmest hat and gloves.And don' t forget to take your boots with you. You'll find millions of things worth to take photographs so take batteries for your camera.

The Kutna Hora Adventure!

by Jasen71

About an hours train journey away is the old town of Kutna Hora, which is famous for its Bone Church. I was interested to see this place as I had seen Ewan McGregors motorbike adventure 'The Long way Round' stop here, and as I find this sort of stuff interesting it was a must see for myself. The town itself is great with many old places of interest to visit and wander around.... The Trip there and back shouldn't set you back more than $12

TV Tower

by anglosaxon

Want an unusual view of Prague. Just look up and you'll normally see the TV Tower. It has an observation floor with restaurant on floor 5. Open from 10am to 11pm. They've really ramped up the charge (adult 150kc) it's the biggest difference between tourist and Czech that I know (if you speak Czech it´s free) but, it´s a one off trip on a clear day. Best to get the metro to Jiriho z Podebrad (green line) go to the other side of the church, turn left and keep walking down the hill. You go downstairs to enter.


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