What to do in Prague in one day

09:00 – Hotel Bishop’s House

09:30 – Prague Castle / St. Vitus Cathedral

10:30 – Bakeshop Little Bakery

11:00 – Mala Strana Neighborhood

12:30 – Restaurant Stoleti

14:00 – Old Town

16:00 – Cafe Louvre

17:00 – Wenceslas Square

18:30 – Walking by Charles Bridge

19:30 – Dinner at U Parlamentu Restaurant

21:00 – Concert at the Municipal House Hall

22:30 – Tynska Bar and Club

23:59 – M1 Lounge Bar & Club

 

We mapped out your day trip in Prague

Each highlight of your day trip is numbered, simply follow the guide

What you should absolutely know about Prague

City highlights, food & drinks, expressions, weather, how to get there and how to get around

The city of Prague has everything. From the city’s fascinating past, gorgeous art and architecture to delicious local food and drink, you will be amazed during your Prague day trips. Prague is well-known for its great variety of beer and emerging art culture. Art galleries and trendy clubs line the streets. Wander down the maze of cobblestone streets to uncover hidden corridors and courtyards. Gardens, charming cafes, old-world bars, and ancient chapels lay hidden behind this enchanting city’s street front. Tour a local brewery or take a tour of Prague’s many castles. Stroll across the Charles Bridge for a nice way to start or end your day

St. Vitus Cathedral draws thousands of tourists each year. When in Prague, make sure you visit the famous Prague Castle for a few fantastic photos. Another must-see is the huge Astronomical Clock, where hundreds of people gather each hour to hear

Traditionally, Czech food tends to be carb-heavy, but don’t let that hinder you. Enjoy heaping plates of goulash and dumplings, dark sausage cooked in tasty beer sauce, and large pork knuckles. Snack on platters of beer cheese, fried bread, and a variety of sausages

“Hi” or “Hello” is “Ahoj” in Czech and “Goodbye” is “Na shledanou”. “Ne neh” is Czech for “No” and “Ano” means “Yes”. “Prosim” is Czech for “Please” and “Thank you” is “Dekuji”. To ask someone if they speak English, ask “Mluvite anglicky?”

Summer days are long and warm, with temperatures in the upper 80s and 90s. Fall lingers at 60 degrees. Winters are dark and cold, with temperatures hovering around 14 degrees. Spring is beautiful and temperatures start to climb into the 60s

Unfortunately, there is no direct route to get from the airport to the city center, but with a little creativity, you can get anywhere. Shuttle buses tickets cost 150 Czech Koruna per ride. Take public buses 119 or 100 for 32 Czech Koruna

In Prague, you’ll have your choice of how to get around. You can purchase a ticket for 26 Czech Koruna and use it for 75 minutes on three different types of transit: bus, subway, and tram. Zip around town on a rented bike

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