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Explore Prague

Medieval towers, cobbled lanes, secret squares and ancient bridges make Prague one of Europe’s most beautiful cities so it’s no surprise that it is also one of Central Europe’s most popular travel destinations. Prague is an easy city to fall in love with, whether you are exploring the ninth century Old Town, or relaxing over local beer and food in the charming bars and restaurants.

About Prague

Stunning architecture, fascinating history and vibrant nightlife make Prague a magical place for a city break.

  • Spend a day exploring Prague Castle, the largest ancient castle in the world
  • Relax with a local beer or three - the Czechs invented the Pilsner

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Where to Stay

View over Prague's rooftops

Prague is divided into ten districts, each with their own style and character. The Castle, Old Town and Lesser Town areas cover the centre, and an apartment rental in these areas will put you in the midst of the main tourist attractions, within walking distance to the castle and the bars and restaurants of the city centre. Above this sits the large river peninsula of “North” which contains Karlin, an up and coming area with a cosmopolitan selection of eateries and drinking spots. Žižkov in the “East” district is especially popular with expats and travellers, which means a great selection of quirky bars and arts venues. It is considered the alternative quarter of Prague and prides itself on its tolerant, bohemian nature. Wherever you stay in this charming city you are bound to make some discoveries to make your corner of Prague your own.

Things to Do

Image of a statue in Prague

The Vltava River runs through the centre of Prague, and is as much a part of the city’s culture and personality as the Thames or Seine are to London and Paris. It is hard to imagine a more romantic view than that from the centre of the famous Charles Bridge, watching the city’s swans float silently over the reflected lights of the medieval architecture. From the bridge, get lost in the winding streets of the Old Town, with its gothic and baroque buildings crammed with cafes and shops. Make sure to pass by the Astronomical Clock, which has been entertaining visitors since 1410 with its clockwork figures. Just to the north is the old Jewish Town and worth visiting for its 13th Century Old-New Synagogue (named to differentiate it from an even older synagogue), and the Old Jewish Cemetery which has graves dating from the 1300s.

Eating and Drinking

Cosy street of restaurants in Prague

When in Prague, eat like the locals do. Czech food is hearty and plentiful and includes a great deal of meat (especially pork or beef). Meals are typically served with dumplings, made from wheat flour, boiled in water, and then sliced up and served hot. Another Czech specialty is fried cheese, Smažený Sýr, garnished with potatoes and tartar sauce. If you still have room for dessert, order the famous Czech pancakes filled with ice-cream, jam, or fruit, and then covered in whipped-cream, almonds, or sugar. The Czechs are prodigious beer drinkers, and the bars (hospoda in Czech) in the city are plentiful and diverse - a vital part of local culture. Order a locally brewed beer such as a Staropramen, and get chatting to your neighbours at one of the city’s beer halls, with their long wooden tables, perfect for a sociable evening.

Getting Around

Image of a tram in Prague

Prague Airport (Vaclav Havel) is located just 40 minutes from Prague city centre and the local metro service whisks arrivals straight into the centre of the city. It’s interesting to see this Soviet built transport system in action, and all metro stations are safe and clean with plenty of information available in English. The city itself is compact and walkable, and perfect for exploring on foot - there are hidden gems around every corner. The streets are nearly all cobbled, so be aware of this if you have mobility issues. Tickets for the tram and metro are available in different time increments - a 72 hour pass might be the best one for tourists who are visiting for the weekend and planning on using the transport system regularly. A boat trip down the Vltava River is a great way of seeing the city from a different angle, and enjoying the beauty of the riverside architecture.

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10 Excellent
October 2018
Spiral Loft apartment

This was a perfect nest for exploring Prague! Andrew kindly met us at the door, offered recommendations, and helped us understand the transit system. The apartment is in a lovely old building with a beautiful entryway and an elevator. Th...

10 Excellent
October 2018
10 Excellent
October 2018
Central, cozy residence room#2 WIFI

Very nice room, clean, and comfortable . Landlord also offers nice coffee, thanks. Only in this reason it was a bit cold since no heating. Linda

10 Excellent
September 2018
Cute Flat Close To Center

The flat was very clean and fully equipped with everything you might need. The area is also great, with a small supermarket next door, pubs + food places + public transportation in walking distance. Stepanka is very friendly and helpful,...

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