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Prague is a very compact city and most of its main attractions are within walking distance from the centre of the old town.

Take the time to explore all the city has to offer. If you are here for a long weekend, then you can take in most of the attractions mentioned in one day. However with so much packed into so many small spaces, it is definitely worth the time splitting up your days and exploring, at most, 3 per day.

Save time queuing and book the Prague Day Tour in Advance and get your bearings of the city with your very own guided tour.

Here is our list of the 8 must-see attractions in Prague. Take a tour on a tram, a vintage car or even on a Segway!

Prague Castle

Prague Castle

The Castle, one of the highlights any trip to Prague. Take in lunch on the way.

This fairy tale castle on a hill overlooking the Vltava River is the most popular sight in the city, reflecting the city’s “Bohemian Baroque” architecture. The seat of Czech rulers for 1,000 years, today it houses the office of the Pesident. Contained within the castle walls are three courtyards, beautiful gardens, shops, and restaurants. St Vitus Cathedral, a Gothic landmark of the city started in 926 that has always been the center of Prague’s religious and political life, is in this giant castle. The cathedral has 21 chapels as well as its most famous archway, the Golden Portal entrance , containing a mosaic of The last Judgement dating back to 1370.

Take the Prague Castle Walking Tour

St Vitus Cathedral

St. Vitus Cathedral

Awe inspiring architecture, St Vitus is located inside the castle grounds.

Situated at the Prague Castle, St. Vitus Cathedral is the most important and largest church in Prague. The cathedral is the burial place of the former Czech kings and a home of the Czech Crown Jewels.

Take a private tour of the Cathedral

Charles Bridge Prague

Charles Bridge

Charles Bridge, one of the busiest and romantic spots in Prague. Busy, but worth it for the views!

Connecting the Old town with Lesser Town, this popular pedestrian bridge is filled with musicians, painters, vendors and tourists during the summertime.

Take the grand city tour including the bridge!

Prague Astronomical Clock

The old town hall and Astronomical Clock

The Astronomical Clock, rings on the hour, every hour, try and aim for the 12 noon show!

The best place in Prague. Try to avoid during the busier times to get the most out of it. Everytime you walk past this place you will stop and stare at the beauty, and maybe understand why the designer had his eyes taken out. The best way to get an understanding of this place is not the tour guides, but the locals. If you get the chance, spend a night with some Praguers and get them to tell you about this place; it means so much to them.

Take a tour of the old town including the clock

Prague Old Town Square

The Old Town Square, the highlight of any trip to Prague with great restaurants, fairs and architecture.

Located in the center of historic Prague, this lively square is surrounded by baroque buildings, vibrant cafes, street entertainers and craftspeople.

Take a private walking tour of the Square.

St Mary's Church

Church of the Virgin Mary Before Tyn

Prague’s most imposing edifice, St Mary’s Church, visible from almost everywhere in the city.

One of the symbols of Prague, the Church of the Virgin Mary Before Tyn is the dominant feature in the Old Town. The church was built in the 14th century and used to be a primary place of worship for foreign merchants visiting the city.

Take a night tour of the city!

Prague Old Town

Old Town (Stare Mesto)

Take a whole day to explore the old town, with some fascinating shops and bohemian cafes.

The heart of Prague, Old Town is filled with many houses, churches and other structures dating back to the 13th century. Notable structures include the Old Town Hall and Astronomical Clock, the Carolinum, the Municipal House and the Estates Theater.

Take a segway tour of the city!

Lesser Quarter (Mala Strana)

The Lesser Town, home to some of the finest art galleries and stores in Prague.

One of the most historic sections of Prague, the Lesser Quarter features many Renaissance burghers’ houses, baroque palaces, narrow lanes and spacious squares.

For a complete list of tours, dinner cruises and more available in Prague, check out our Tours section and plan and book your tours in advance.

Recommended Hotels in Prague

We suggest staying in Prague Old Town. Hotels rooms can be quite small and book out early, so plan in advance. A taxi to the gay bars is less than EUR 10. Most of the city can be covered on foot.

U Prince
5 Star – Large Rooms.

Hotel U Prince

Situated right on Old Town Square opposite the Astronomical Clock, the uniquely styled hotel U Prince is housed in a completely renovated 12th-century building with magnificent views

Boutique 7 Days
4 Star – Luxury Rooms

Boutique Hotel Seven Days

Set in a 19th-century building in the heritage-protected area, Boutique Hotel Seven Days is 200 m away from Prague National Museum. The restaurant features a winter garden.

Hotel Rott
4 Star – Great Location

Hotel Rott

Hotel Rott is centrally situated on the historical Malé Naměstí (Little Square), next to the famous Old Town Square. It offers elegant, air-conditioned rooms and a modern restaurantFree WiFi

Perla Hotel
4 Star – Modern Rooms

Perla Hotel

This modern 4-star design hotel in the centre of Prague is just steps away from Wenceslas Square and Old Town Square. It offers free Wi-Fi and a 24-hour fitness room.

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