Amazing Activities Around Every Corner
Your days will be filled with excitement in a city as vibrant and diverse as Prague. You could visit Prague Zoo, catch a live jazz show, swing by the John Lennon Wall, take a boat ride up the Vltava River, dine in a cave or even soak in a bath of beer (yes, you read that right). And that’s just to name a few activities!
Those who love a challenge or want to really inject some fun into their city break will find plenty to keep them amused in Prague. Think everything from zipping around the city on e-scooters or segways to breaking out of a tricky, themed escape room. One thing’s for sure – you’ll never be bored here.
A Treasure Trove of Historical Landmarks
Prague isn’t nicknamed ‘The City of a Hundred Spires’ for no reason! Down winding streets, you’ll find gothic towers, characteristic cathedrals and striking museums. If you love this kind of breath-taking architecture, a visit to Prague Castle is a must. There are amazing panoramic views over the city from the grounds and you might even catch the changing of the guards.
Perhaps the most famous landmark in the city after Prague Castle is the Astronomical Clock Tower nestled by the enchanting Old Town Square. It’s the oldest clock of its kind still in operation! Every hour on the hour, you’ll find a small crowd of people gathered to watch ‘The Walk of the Apostles’, a short display that marks the time. You’ll no doubt pass by the clock on your visit, so be sure to take a look!
Bounce From Bar To Bar
Over the years, Prague has become more and more popular for those who enjoy a tipple (or three!) on their holidays. With such an exciting array of places to eat and drink, it’s not hard to see why. Imagine themed cocktail bars, traditional pubs and underground dancefloors – Prague has it all. You’ll enjoy the nightlife as much as the fascinating daytime adventures!
Beers and lagers are widely drunk in Prague. In fact, it’s one of the things the city is best known for. There are quite literally hundreds of bars and breweries pouring local beers galore – and there are plenty of them to try out. With the average price for a pint being the equivalent of around £1.20, it would be rude not to sink a few!