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Prague dinner cruise ticket
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Prague dinner cruise ticket

Book this dinner cruise on the Vltava River to see the monuments of Prague illuminated at night while enjoying a buffet dinner.

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Prague full-day sightseeing tour with lunch and river cruise
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Prague full-day sightseeing tour with lunch and river cruise

Book your full-day Prague sightseeing tour with lunch and river cruise to see the city's best. Discover Prague Castle, Old Town, New Town and much more.

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Panoramic Vltava river cruise in Prague
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Panoramic Vltava river cruise in Prague

Book this hour-long panoramic river cruise of Prague's Vltava River and admire the magnificent monuments from the water as you relax with a drink.

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Prague Castle 2.5-hour tour with admission ticket
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Prague Castle 2.5-hour tour with admission ticket

Visit the Prague Castle on a guided tour and learn about its history. Get your ticket and discover the Castle, the Cathedral of San Vito and much more.

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Introductory tour of Prague Castle with skip-the-line ticket
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Introductory tour of Prague Castle with skip-the-line ticket

Book your introductory tour of Prague Castle with included skip-the-line tickets and enjoy a visit of the castle complex with its beautiful interiors.

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Prague Castle tickets with online guide on your smartphone
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Prague Castle tickets with online guide on your smartphone

Avoid the stress of queuing up with skip-the-line tickets to Prague Castle and explore the site at your own pace with an online guide on your smartphone.

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Hard Rock Cafe Prague priority seating with meal
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Hard Rock Cafe Prague priority seating with meal

Buy your priority seating for Hard Rock Cafe Prague with Musement and eat like a rock legend!

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Best of Prague by foot and bus with river cruise and Prague Castle
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Best of Prague by foot and bus with river cruise and Prague Castle

Enjoy a guided city tour of Prague and discover it on foot, by bus and by boat. See the most famous landmarks and learn about the history of the city.

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Prague ghost tour with legends and mysteries of the Old Town
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Prague ghost tour with legends and mysteries of the Old Town

Follow your guide to the dark alleys of Prague's Old Town on this spooky ghost tour. Hear about the legends of the area and see a different side of Prague.

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Lunch Cruise in Prague
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Lunch Cruise in Prague

Book this lunch cruise now to savor buffet-style food and typical Czech drinks on board, seeing Prague's main attractions and listening to live music.

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Folklore evening with Dinner
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Folklore evening with Dinner

Enjoy a special evening with a four-course meal accompanied by unlimited drinks and a 2.5 hour-long show with traditional music and dance.

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Two-hour grand cruise in Prague
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Two-hour grand cruise in Prague

Book this two-hour sightseeing cruise of Prague. Get informed with printed guides in 16 languages and see many of the city sights from the water.

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What to do in Prague

Prague is becoming an increasingly popular tourist destination, drawing visitors with its architectural and deep-rooted history. Imagine wandering its cobbled streets, exploring the ancient castle complex, and getting lost in the charm of its UNESCO-listed historic centre. Beyond this age-old charm, the city is buzzing with vibrant and trendy venues that guarantee an epic night out. During your stay, make sure to enjoy a riverside walk, explore the royal palaces and get a taste of local cuisine. 

Ready to start planning? Here's a list of our top recommended activities in Prague.

1. Visit Prague Castle

Prague Castle dominates the city skyline and is one of Prague’s top attractions. It’s the world’s largest ancient castle complex and inside, you’ll discover palaces, churches, gardens and the unique St. Wenceslas Vineyard. Not to be missed is the St Vitus Cathedral – renowned for its ornate windows, towering spires and breathtaking views from the southern tower. 

2. Step inside the Lobkowicz Palace 

Tucked within the castle complex, this private palace is another must-see worth a visit. Dive into the history of Bohemia’s noble families and marvel at one of Europe’s oldest most prestigious private art collections. With 22 galleries, you’ll see masterpieces by Canaletto and Brueghel, as well as original manuscripts of Mozart and Beethoven. End your visit on a high note with a concert in the palace’s Baroque hall. 

3. Stroll through the Old Town

Prague's UNESCO-listed Old Town is a maze of Baroque-style buildings and Gothic churches. Stroll through its narrow streets, rich in history and full of life, take a break at a cosy café and soak up the atmosphere of this quaint area. At the heart of this historic gem, you’ll find the Old Town Square, lined with colourful buildings, the iconic town hall and important churches. 

4. Admire the Astronomical Clock

Located on the south side of the town hall, this medieval clock has marked the passage of time since 1410 and is one of Prague’s crowning attractions. Every hour, crowds form, eyes fixed on the tower, waiting for the Procession of the Apostles – the moment when the four statues come to life and greet their audience. Learn more about this fascinating monument on an Old Town tour. 

5. Take a tour of the Pilsner Urquell Brewery

Do you love beer? You’ve struck gold in Prague! At Pilsner Urquell Brewery, located in the centre of Prague, you’ll explore the history, brewing processes and tastings of this famous brand. Kick off the tour with a welcome beer, then you’ll dive deep into the art of processing the amber delight. Next up is the Beer Hall, with two more tastings paired with stories and anecdotes about the brand’s legacy, set against the backdrop of a historic 1902 building.  

6. Sail along the Vltava River

The Vltava, the Czech Republic's longest river, flows through the heart of Prague, bisecting the capital. An hour-long boat ride on its tranquil waters is a must-do when in the city. Give your feet a break, lean back, and take in views of Prague’s top sights from a unique vantage point. Sail under the famous Charles Bridge, snap that perfect castle shot, and catch a glimpse of the National Theatre. While any hour is magical for a cruise, gliding under the evening stars adds a touch of romance.

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What's the best time to visit Prague?

The best time to visit Prague, weather-wise, is in the late spring and early autumn when days are usually sunny and temperatures are cool but pleasant. Christmas is a magical time of year that’s well worth a visit too. Traditional Christmas markets and twinkling lights bring the city to life.

How many days do you need to visit Prague?

There’s lots to see and do in Prague, but since its main attractions are close together, it’s easy to cover a lot in just a couple of days. The most famous sights include Prague Castle, the historic centre and the Astronomical Clock. If you have four to five days on hand, you’ll also have the chance to explore the surrounding areas, visiting places like Terezín, Karlštejn Castle, and Mělník Castle.

What are the best areas to stay in Prague?

If you've only got a few days and it's your first time in Prague, check out the hotels in the historic centre, in the Stare Mesto and Mala Strana districts. Here, you'll be within walking distance of major spots like the Charles Bridge, the Jewish Quarter and the Astronomical Clock. If you're travelling with family and are looking for a quieter neighbourhood that's still well-connected, Vinohrady is a good pick. It's a residential area just a short hop from the centre and boasts great parks, bars, and restaurants. On a budget? Holešovice is a district north of Prague that offers a good range of hostels and more wallet-friendly accommodation.