Time Zone: Central European Standard Time (CET)-(GMT+1)
Currency: Czech Koruna
Country Code: +420
A. The Prague Castle, St. Vitus Cathedral, Letna Park, Vysehrad, and the Prague Astronomical Clock Tower are some of its most famous attractions.
A. Book your Prague tickets online to ensure that you do not miss your attraction and have a hassle-free traveling experience.
A. The Charles Bridge, St. George’s Basilica, and St. Vitus Cathedral are some of the medieval attractions near Prague Castle. The castle itself is so magnificent and filled with intricacies that it will take you more than a day to explore it fully.
A. The old town square features a tavern that arranges a 5-course medieval dinner, complete with jugglers, swordsmen, and belly dancers to recreate the feel of the old days. Make sure to visit the old town square and enjoy this unique experience in Prague.
A. The streets of Prague are filled with medieval wonders and historic buildings that have seen plenty throughout centuries. Make sure to take a walk along its cobblestone streets and soak in the legacy of those paths.
A. The Prague Castle has wheelchair ramps and elevators in the Old Royal Palace, Prague Palace Gardens, and the Picture Gallery. The other castles also have flat surfaces, so they are easy for visitors with limited mobility to roll on.
A. The Vltava river cruise and old town medieval dinner are two of the most unique experiences that you must try in Prague. Book your Prague tickets in advance to secure your spot.
A. September to October are the best months to visit Prague, as the summer crowd slowly thins out and the city sees small marts selling a ‘young wine’ called Cellarius.
A. Goulash, a thin flavorful beefy stew is one classic and infamous dish that you must try in Prague. Make sure to sample lots of wine and its open sandwiches, pork roasts, and potato pancakes. Tridelnik, a kind of spit cake is also famous in Prague.
A. It is best to plan an itinerary for four to five days to cover all the major tourist attractions and get a feel of the city’s culture.
A. To get discounted prices and great deals on your visit to Prague castle, try to book tickets online. Booking online also ensures that you will not miss your attraction.
A. Prague is probably the best city for romance in Europe. There is nothing better than watching the sunset from Charles Bridge or walking along the meandering lanes of Mala Strana, which looks straight out of a Fellini film.
A. If you have booked Prague tickets and are unable to attend, you can cancel or reschedule them up to 24 hours before your experience begins.
A. Avoid dining at restaurants right beside the Charles Bridge or just outside Prague Castle. They would be considerably more expensive than other options. Take free walking tours. Visit free parks and churches like St. Vitus Cathedral, The Church of Our Lady Before Tyn, and St. Nicholas’ Church.
A. The best way to travel around Prague is to take the Line-A metro. Walking is the best option to take in the city as the most well-known attractions are around Prague Castle.
A. A variety of light tops to wear during the day and a light jacket for chilly evenings would be enough for your Prague trip.
A. Prague is a city straight out of a fairytale. Children will be awestruck by the magnificent domes and intricate frescoes of the churches. The city would definitely fill their imagination as the red rooflines and cobblestone streets of Prague bears resemblance to so many fictional tales.
A. Tap water is safe in Prague, so you can carry a refillable water bottle. Tipping is a norm and waiters might linger as they expect you to settle the bill right after they hand it to you. Use public transport and walk instead of hailing taxis all the time. Beer is cheaper than water here. Sample lunch dishes to the fullest as it is the main meal of Czechs and they have a variety of options.