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Prague Travel Guide


Our time spent in the Czech Republic was nothing less than magical. The culture, the people, and the beautiful country captivated us. After spending the better part of a week in Prague, it’s easy to understand why it is one of the top destinations in Europe.

During our trip to Prague, we worked closely with the Czech Tourism Authority. As such, we got a bit of an insider view into life in Prague and were able to experience the best that Prague has to offer.

This guide will help you decide where to eat in Prague, what to do in Prague, and where to stay in Prague.

Prague Travel Guide




What To Do in Prague

Prague has such an interesting dynamic and thanks to this there is so much to do in this small city. The city itself truly isn’t very large. However, there is plenty packed into it from tourist traps to local holes in the wall, to nature and outdoor adventures.

  • Prague Castle
  • Old Town Square
    • Astronomical Clock
  • Prague Library
  • Charles Bridge
  • St. Vitus Cathedral
  • Vysehrad
  • Municipal House
  • Dancing House
  • Prague National Theater
  • Prague National Gallery




Where To Eat in Prague

Prague offers an ethnically diverse array of food. We enjoyed both local and foreign cuisines while there and even tried some unique dishes like black pudding (yeah…just Google it).

Our favorite restaurants in Prague include:

  • CottoCrudo – The dining trademark of the Four Seasons Prague offering both cooked (cotto) and raw (crudo) dishes. This Italian fusion menu will blow your mind. We might have tasted about 50% of the menu because we simply couldn’t help ourselves. You absolutely MUST try the Beef Rossini variation with truffle dauphinoise potato and Montepulciano red wine sauce. Talk about a mind blowing and wonderfully artistic plate.
  • Cestr – Imagine walking into a restaurant and seeing a picture of a cow on the wall with each piece of meat properly sectioned off with a respective number. Now sit down and say, “I’d like #28, please.” Seriously – this place is a carnivore’s dream! The steak was absolutely delicious across the board and the trout with veggies was a lovely option as a red meat alternative.


Where To Stay in Prague

We split our time in Prague between a couple different locations. Our suggestions for accommodation in Prague include:


Day Trips From Prague

If you’re able to spend more than a few days in Prague, you should absolutely venture outside the city. Trains in Prague are incredibly well timed and incredibly well priced.


Take a day trip to Pilsen and enjoy a wonderful tour both of the city of Pilsen as well as the Pilsner Urquell brewery with our friends at PilsenJoy. Check them out on Facebook.

North Bohemia

Arguably our favorite part of our time in the Czech Republic was our time spent off-roading with Offroad Safari CZ. For those of you who love to have “experiences” when you travel to a new destination, this is perfect. You’ll eat in a restaurant that couldn’t get more local, pan for garnets, and off-road through the northernmost parts of Czech Republic. Check them out on Facebook.





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