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. Namesty Republiky

    4 out of 5 stars

    Namesty Republiky is busy square, people don't stop here just passing by to reach other city destinations. It is also busy because of its metro station, which is one of the most important city station...

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  • 102. 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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  • 103. Archbishop's Palace

    The Archbishop's Palace is a beautiful Rococo palace located in Castle Square. This Palace has been the seat of Prague’s archbishop's and the archdiocese administration since 1562, and still is. ...

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  • 104. 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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  • 105. 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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  • 106. Hlavni Nadrazi - Main Train Station

    If you arrive to Prague by train you will probably only pass through the modern more or less ugly part of Prague's train station from the 1970's. Still the old Art Nouveau entrance hall from 1909...

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  • 107. Nerudova Street

    4 out of 5 stars

    These were not only in Washingtonova street but in surrounding areas. This is the historal centre of Prague, so I guess the doors were quite old. No plain entrance door's like we have today, only...

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  • 108. 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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  • 109. Laterna Magica

    I've seen this multimedia play in 1992. It was great! The Brochure says: "The Magic of the Laterna Magika Theatre lies in its inseparable connection of film or projected image and live action on the...

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  • 110. Knights Square

    Križovnicke namesti (Square of the Knights of the Cross) is a small square but rich with a number of a very important sights. The name of the square derives from the name of the religious order...

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  • 111. Dvorak Museum

    the antonin dvorak museum is located in a beautiful baroque villa in new town. the villa was built in 1720 and was designed by kilian ignaz dientzenhofer. the museum has a collection of scores,...

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  • 112. Bike Tours

    We were looking for something a bit different to do in Prague after two days in the beautiful but very crowded center. We decided to take a mountain bike tour with Biko. We chose a tour in town called...

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  • 113. 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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  • 114. Maisel Synagogue

    On one of my many walks, I came across the Maisel Synagogue. It was built between 1590 - 1592 during the reign of the Habsburg Emperor Rudolf II. The Mayor of the Jewish Town, Mordechai Maisel, had...

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  • 115. Castle Gates

    After passing through the "Gate of the Giants" we were in what is know as the first Courtyard or Square of Honour. This square was built between 1763 – 1765 where the former ramparts were. It is quite...

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  • 116. Kostel sv.Jakuba

    Inside the church of St. James is possible to see the grave of the count Vratislao of Mitrovice, performed by the sculptor Ferdinand Brokof on project of Johann Bernhard Fisher von Erlach. The legend...

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  • 117. 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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  • 118. House of the Black Madonna

    House of the Black Madonna is apart of the National Gallery. Inside you can view cubist works from Czech and European artists. The buliding its self is a must see. It's a cubist structure designed by...

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  • 119. 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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  • 120. Jindrisska Tower

    Jindrišska vez (Jindrisska Tower), constructed in 1472 to 1476, dates from the late Gothic era of Prague. Following a big fire in 1745 it was rebuilt in the Baroque style, and finally in 1870 it was...

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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. Stare Mesto Church

    The Church of St. Salvator (or Most Holy Saviour church) is part of buildings forming the complex of Klementinum, which is the oldest Jesuit college in Czech. This church is, with no doubts, one of...

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  • 123. Charles Square

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Charles Sqaure is located in Prague New Town. It was founded in the 14th century and was originally called “The Big Marketplace” (Forum Magnum). It's the largest square in Prague. There is a legend...

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  • 124. Daytrip -Terezin-

    Terezín is the former military fortress in the northwest Ústí nad Labem Region near the fork of the Labe (Elbe) and Ohøe (Eger) rivers. Dduring WW2 (in 1940) Prague's Gestapo installed in Minor...

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  • 125. Bethleham Chapel

    4 out of 5 stars

    This chapel was originally built in 1391 and is of significant historical importance for a couple of reasons. The first is that it was one of the first places in Prague where celebrations were done in...

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