Prague Things to Do

  • View of Old Town from Charles Bridge
    View of Old Town from Charles Bridge
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    The Old Royal Palace
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    View from Petrin Park
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  • 101. Troja Chateau -Trojsky Zamek-

    Located in Prague but north of Old Town. It was easy too get to with public transportation. From Old Town Prague we entered the metro station at Mùstek, the B line or Yellow line towards Cerný Most....

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  • 102. Tank Driving

    It is very close to Prague (ca. 30km)! You will be welcomed for your private tankdriving session... In an original russian briefing room you will get your black tankdriving suit and a first theoretic...

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  • 103. Architecture

    If you’re an architecture buff - this is a must do.The house was designed by Adolf Loos. You must make a reservation to take a tour - group size is limited to 7. Tour cost 400 Kn. To make...

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  • 104. Markets

    Hi guys, I have one really tasty tip to experience Prague. Try cooking class in English in Chefparade Cooking School! They have special program for visitors and they can adjust the time and date to...

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  • 105. Castle District

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Prague castle is located on the city Eastern bank, and since it has been built on top of a hill, it dominates the city both during the day and at night time. The castle is a proper city including a...

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  • 106. Art Nouveau

    The Europa Hotel on Wenceslas square is a truly beautiful place to take afternoon tea. There was a a piano player playing while we were there which added to the charm. The rich art nouveau building...

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  • 107. St. James

    The Roman Catholic Church of St James, is situated in a little street behind the Ungelt Courtyard, and is attached to an important Franciscan monastic community. I wonder how many people find...

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  • 108. Daytrip -Karlstejn-

    The Castle 'Karlštejn' is situated about 40 km. far from Prague and is certainly the most important medieval castle built under Karel IV. It was built to serve as a treasury for coronation jewels and...

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  • 109. Bohemian Glass Factory

    “Scratch a Czech and find a musician.” — an old Czech adage WHIMSY AMONGST THE COMMONPLACE Bohemian glass has been world famous for centuries. Some of the designs are stellar; others are quite tacky....

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  • 110. Charles University

    Czech Universita Karlova (University of Prague) was founded in 1348 by the Holy Roman emperor Charles IV of Luxembourg (hence its name). It was the first university in central Europe and modelled on...

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  • 111. Strahov Stadium

    The strahov stadium on the hill in Prague once was the biggest stadium of Europe. It could house 200.000 visitors. Nowadays the stadium is a little deteriorated. Contemporarily the stadium serves to...

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  • 112. National Technical Museum

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    This museum is crammed full of interesting exhibits dating from the earlist aircraft and motor vehicles to very modern exhibits. The main exhibition hall is very light and well laid out. Its easy to...

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  • 113. Ghost Tour

    I've already admitted to enjoying cemeteries so you probably won't be surprised to find out that going on haunted walks is another thing I have a strong interest in. McGee's ghost tour was created in...

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  • 114. Aeronautical Museum

    The museum was founded in 1968, in the area of the historic military airfield Prague-Kbely, the first air base built after the constitution of Czechoslovakia in 1918. Due to both the quantity and...

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  • 115. Church of Our Lady of the Snow

    Despite this church is not so much among Prague travel guides, but it is worth to see. Actually it was planned to be the second biggest church in Czech land after St. Vitus Cathedral, but plan was...

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  • 116. Daliborka Tower

    This former cannon tower used to be 7-storey building, since 1781 there are only 5 storeys left. The walls are very thick - up to 320 cm at the bottom and 180 at the top. The place has a very...

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  • 117. Convent of Saint Agnese -Anežský Klášter-

    The medieval art collection of Prague's National Gallery is exhibited in the former St. Agnes Convent of the Poor Clares sisterhood. The collection is outstanding, with hundreds of pieces of mostly...

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  • 118. Daytrip -Frydland Castle-

    Frydland castle dates back to the 13th century and was already open for visitors in the 19th century. It actually is the oldest museum-castle in Europe. You may visit the castle ONLY with a GUIDED...

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  • 119. Daytrip -Karlovy Vary-

    On our way to Prague we stopped for a few hours in the spa town of Karlovy Vary. What a beautiful city. If you are looking for a short break during your drive to Prague, this is well worth a couple...

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  • 120. Cernin Palace - Cerninsky Palace

    Czernin Palace is a very large building near "Our lady of Loreto' Church. Unfortunately, as it is used as the offices of Foreign Affairs. It is now visited by presidents, ministers of foreign affairs...

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  • 121. Cafè Arcadia

    This may seem like a strange suggestion but, you must visit the Cafe Arcadia which is adjoined to the Golden Wheel Hotel. This Cafe sells wonderfull food and drink, but you must visit their Loo. It is...

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  • 122. New Town Hall

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Despite its name, New Town Hall was built almost at the same time as the Old Town Hall - the name refers to its location, in Prague's Nové Město, rather than to the time of its construction....

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  • 123. Lobkowickz Palace

    Do not miss The Lobkowicz Palace, very interesting and the oldest art collection in Czech republic. Free audioguides are narrated by family members you will enjoy very nice personal story about czech...

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  • 124. Bertramka Museum

    Due to the change of Museum "owner" Villa Bertramka does not have proper exposition about Mozart and his friends Dusek family. You can see premises and there are two borrowed temporary expositions -...

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  • 125. Christmas Markets

    The market was smaller than we expected with less crafts and food sellers. However, the food offered was tasty with huge pork legs on a spit, brats barbecued, and bracelets of dough with sugar for...

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