City Guide Prague: 10 Essential Tips
For a first-time visit, everything you need is in Prague 1, the area that includes the Old Town and the Castle District.
Don’t stay in Prague 1, but in quiet, residential Letna, aka Prague 7 across the water: great views and bars, and gorgeous low-priced lodgings.
Plan on a lot of walking, with your camera ready. Old Town is sneaker-friendly and photogenic—and cobblestones and heels don’t mix.
Look up!! Don’t miss the amazing details that climb up to the rooftops of this beautiful and very old city.
Lean to say “Chlebicki” (klab-itch-kee), the local delicious open-face sandwiches. Tons of varieties!
Beer is cheaper than water, and pouring is an art. Your bartender may get his kid sister to help!
See beautiful St. Virus Cathedral FREE by attending early morning mass. At the end, you have some precious time in the empty church.
Classical music concerts in Prague are excellent—and tend to be similar. Just pick one in a location you like.
Make time for parks. There are many, and many have cool outdoor art, beer gardens, and views.
If you want one splurge, consider a food tour, a great way to get to know delicious Czech cuisine.
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