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