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Prague

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The capital of the Czech Republic and one of Europe’s largest and oldest cities, it’s easy to see why Prague is making its way to the top of travellers’ bucket lists. With Prague tours and tickets, get ready to explore one of the only European cities left mostly unscathed by WWII. Prague’s medieval streets hark back to eras gone by, its city centre boasting spire towers, cobbled streets, and legendary Prague attractions like the mighty Prague castle. By day gather around the ancient Astronomical Clock, bask in the Beatles love at the Lennon Wall, lunch at an authentic Czech café or cruise along the majestic Vltava river. By night navigate your way through Prague’s club scenes and streets with curated Prague bus tours. The city’s world-famous (and pleasingly cheap) beers and eclectic jazz bars ensure Prague’s charming, mystical atmosphere extends well past nightfall.
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Our tips for Prague

  • Book in advance. Make sure to book Prague sightseeing tickets well in advance, especially if you are visiting during the peak season.
  • Respect local customs. It is important to stay respectful of local Czech customs and traditions while visiting.
  • Use public transportation. Instead of splurging on taxis, you can use the local transportation system which is efficient and affordable.
  • Food, glorious food. Take some time out from your Prague day tours and try some traditional Czech food and wine. From potato soups and sauerkraut, to apple strudels and unique coffee blends, this city’s culinary scene is bound to impress.
  • Sweater weather. Prague’s hilly terrain and wind-trapping laneways mean it can get very cold, very quickly, so be sure to pack a jumper or two.
  • Twinkle toes. Do your feet a favour and leave your heels at home. With most of the city being cobbled, Prague sightseeing is much more enjoyable in practical flats.
  • Shop till you drop on Saturdays. Shoppers will never be short of things to do in Prague, especially when the weekend rolls around. The city’s many antique, flea and food markets open their doors on Saturdays.

Good to know

Also known as the City of a Hundred Spires, Prague is home to countless Gothic towers and spires. Prague Castle is the largest castle in the world which dates back to the 9th century and spans an area of over 70,000 square meters. Orloj is Prague’s astronomical clock which is the oldest in the world, dating back to 1410.
Prague was home to many notable personalities like Franz Kafka who dealt with themes like surrealism. The popular attraction Charles Bridge is one of the most visited landmarks in Prague built in the 14th century. Prague is also known for its beer with a brewing tradition dating back to the Middle Ages.
The Lennon Wall, painted in the 1980s serves as a symbol of protest against the communist regime. It is a tribute to the Beatles and John Lennon. The Prague metro system is the best and most efficient in the world covering over 65 kilometres of track.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q: What is the best time to visit Prague?
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    Boasting fewer crowds than in summer and pleasant weather, the periods of late spring and early autumn are the best times to visit Prague. Autumn lends the city even more allure as colourful trees bring to life age-old medieval structures. If you’re visiting in spring and wondering what to do in Prague, be sure to check out Prague Spring, the city’s annual international music festival.

  • Q: How do I get around Prague?
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    Navigating Prague’s streets and laneways can be testing. Here’s our travel breakdown of the best ways to find your way through the city. Many of Prague’s main tourist attractions (including the Charles Bridge and Prague Castle) are within pedestrian-only zones and can be explored on foot easily. For sites further afield, Prague also has a fantastically efficient and relatively cheap public transport system with options spanning trams, the metro, buses and river cruises. As well as individual tickets, 24hr or 3-day passes grant unlimited access to all of Prague’s major public transport links, meaning taking those Prague day trips is easier than ever before.

    Taxis in Prague are relatively expensive and are known to rip off travellers in dense tourist areas, so stick to public transport on your Prague tours if you can.

  • Q: What are some must-see attractions in Prague?
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    Some must-see attractions in Prague include Prague Castle, Charles Bridge, Old Town Square, Jewish Quarter, Wenceslas Square, National Museum, Petrin Hill, Dancing House, Vyšehrad and so on.

  • Q: What is the currency used in Prague?
    A:

    The Czech crown (CZK) is the official currency of the Czech Republic, although Euros are also commonly accepted. However, it is possible that you may receive your change in crowns.

  • Q: Any tips for staying safe in Prague?
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    Prague is a relatively safe city, although it’s always a good idea to keep these travel tips in tow during your travels. Petty thieves are known for operating throughout the city’s markets and on public transport. Therefore, look out for pickpockets. Keep your valuables close and carry small change where possible. In any emergency situation, dial 112.

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