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What to Do in Prague: Must See Attractions

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Located along the banks of the Vltava river, Prague is the largest city in the Czech Republic and one of Earth's most historically significant metropolises. If you like soaking up medieval ambiance by exploring old castes and perusing, you will find no shortage of things to do.

As one of Europe's cultural centers, Prague activities include numerous cultural events. You can attend the World Roma Festival, the Prague Autumn International Music Festival, the Prague Writers' Festival, or a number of other culturally-based celebrations. Contacting our office here at Expedia while you are still in the planning stages of your trip is an excellent way to get inside information on the best Prague excursions. Grab a map of the city so you can navigate your way around the many attractions in Prague.

Because the Mother of Cities was spared much of the destruction that occurred in other parts of Europe during the past two world wars, tourist attractions include buildings from every architectural style known to western civilization. Gothic cathedrals mingle with baroque gardens to create a magical atmosphere found nowhere else in the world. Must see attractions in Prague include the Prague Castle, the Old Town Square, the Charles Bridge with its baroque statuary guiding you as you walk across and the astronomical clock that is located next to the Tyn Church.

Although steeped in the history of western civilization, Prague is also an extremely modern city, with some of the world's top restaurants, vibrant night spots, and tons of local color and charm. You'll want to stay forever once you see it, and it is one of the places you will dream about for the rest of your life.

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Things to Do in Prague with Kids

If you're looking to create some family memories in Prague, we've got a few ideas. Gather up the troops and enjoy these fun-filled family friendly experiences:

Free Things to Do in Prague

Vacationing on a tight budget in Prague? Spend time instead of money on awesome experiences.

Magic Garnet Museum - Find out if there are any special displays or guided tours on at this fascinating museum.

Cubist Lamp Post - If you're eager to get cultured, head here and observe the artistic talent on display.

Mirror Maze - Let the kids have a good time or unleash your own inner child — this place was built for fun.

Aquacentrum Sutka - Drop by for a refreshing dip and let your inner water lover splash free.

House at the Black Bear - Pay a visit to this historic landmark and learn a few things about the area's cultural heritage.

Republic Square - This buzzing location is popular with visitors and locals alike.

Jan Hus Monument - Widely renowned among local residents, this place is worth a look.

Basilica of St James - Whatever your religious leanings, this place is sure to inspire a sense of reverence.

Franciscan Garden - Revitalize your mind, body and soul by spending a little time in nature.

Explore The Neighborhoods of Prague

Prague 1

Known for its popular shops and acclaimed art galleries, there's plenty to explore in Prague 1. Check out top attractions like Charles Bridge and Prague Astronomical Clock, and jump on the metro at Staroměstská Stop or Karlovy Lázně Stop to see more of the city.

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Stare Mesto

The geographical and historical heart of Prague, this UNESCO-listed district features a tangle of cobblestone streets lined by Baroque churches, palaces and houses. 

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Nove Mesto

Dynamic and buzzy, this central commercial district is packed with cultural attractions, chic shops and ample dining and drinking options. 

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Prague 2

Known for its ample dining options and fascinating museums, there's plenty to explore in Prague 2. You can visit top attractions like Dancing House and Vysehrad Castle, and jump on the metro at I. P. Pavlova Station or Bruselská Stop to see more of the city.


Mala Strana

This handsome, historical neighborhood, filled with charming cobbled streets, cute courtyards, interesting museums and parks, is perfect for aimless wandering.  

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Prague 3

Spend some time visiting places like Zizkov Television Tower while getting to know Prague 3, and be sure to check out the abundant dining options. You can hop aboard the metro at Nákladové Nádraží Žižkov Stop or Biskupcova Stop to see more of the area.


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Frequently Asked Questions

What to do in Prague on a rainy day?

A Dresden and Zwinger Gallery one-day bus tour from Prague is an excellent indoor activity if the weather forecast isn't great.

What is Prague famous for?

Charles Bridge lives up to its reputation as a landmark that you can't miss.

What should I not miss in Prague?

If you're eager to explore the best of this place, pencil these attractions into your itinerary:

  • Old Town Square
  • Wenceslas Square
  • Prague Castle
  • Prague Astronomical Clock

What can you do in Prague for free?

You could put your wallet in the hotel safe for the day, because these terrific attractions will cost you nothing at all:

  • Charles Bridge
  • Old Town Square
  • Wenceslas Square
  • St. Vitus Cathedral