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Best things to do in Prague

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Castle
“In the 10th century, 70 years after the establishment of Prague Castle, a church and fortified trading post were built on a cliff top overlooking the Vltava River, on the heights of Vysehrad. Although not much remains of the castle today, Vysehrad Park none-the-less makes a pleasant excursion out of the hustle and bustle of Prague's city centre. ”
159 locals recommend
Point of Interest
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“A well-respected club focusing primarily on electronic music. Top Czech and international DJs guarantee many hours of dancing fun.”
139 locals recommend
Park
“There is a famous copy of the ​Eiffel tower with an amazing view of the whole city.”
140 locals recommend
Theatre
“National Theatre which was built by the donations from whole nation. The biggest and most famous theatre in Prague.”
115 locals recommend
Theatre
“National Theatre in Prague is a stunning neo-Renaissance building dating from 1868-83. It is instantly recognisable from the river, its golden roof gleaming in the sunshine on fine weather days. The theatre is set on the Old Town / New Town bank of the Vltava River, one bridge along from Charles Bridge. For Czech people, the National Theatre is one of the most important cultural institutions in Prague - since inception, a symbol of the Czech National Revival. ”
85 locals recommend
Monument / Landmark
“The tower offers a beautiful view of Prague. Original spaces with an exhibition or audio-visual accompaniment. There is also a café and restaurant in the tower. There is a restaurant under the tower and in the winter months it is possible to rent skates and skate.”
255 locals recommend
Park
“The largest park in central Prague with many trees and grass spaces. Fresh air, relaxing atmosphere. Running, cycling, roller skating, sunbathing, walking the dogs, feeding the swans, biding the time.”
175 locals recommend
Café
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“The Café Savoy restaurant and coffee bar evokes the atmosphere of the cafés of the First Czechoslovakian Republic. Its remarkable interior is dominated by a listed Neo-Renaissance ceiling dating back to 1893. Café Savoy is a popular meeting place. The restaurant is well-known for its substantial breakfasts and gourmet menu dishes – including Czech snails or veal sweetbread. The restaurant’s own bakery offers fresh confectionery and bakery products on a daily basis.”
144 locals recommend
Park
“Beautiful park, vineyards, beautiful views. You can have wine in the local gazebo from this vineyard.”
180 locals recommend
Bakery
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“One of the biggest shopping malls here in Prague. Definitely recommending! Clothes, food, coffees, cinemas and many more!”
140 locals recommend
Park
“Kampa is an island on the Vltava River in Prague's Lesser Quarter, from which it is separated by the Čertovka mill. The area of the island is 5.2 ha. The earliest mention of Kampa Island is in the foundation charter of the Hospitaller Church of St. John of 1169. The island's present appearance was modified by the terrain and the Čertovka riverbed.”
116 locals recommend
Historic Site
“Powder Tower is a late Gothic building on the border of Na Příkopě Street and Republic Square next to the Municipal House opposite the U Hybernů House. It is one of the symbols of Prague. Celetná Street begins at the gate, which forms the first part of the Royal Route leading from here to Prague Castle.”
50 locals recommend
Brewery
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“Super touristic place, but believe me, it is worth to visit it! Go there and try their homemade beer "U Fleku", which is producing since 1499!”
85 locals recommend
Art Gallery
“Art hub with temporary exhibitions, a library, a chic design store & a cafe with an outdoor terrace.”
158 locals recommend
Science Museum
“The largest museum in the Czech Republic covers a range of disciplines and collecting fields from the natural sciences to specialized areas of the social sciences. Building from outside looks like some fortress which you wouldn´t like to visit but from inside there is beautiful public space with galleries, restaurants, and even bars, there is permanent exhibition of Romanian artist Dan Perjovschi. ”
72 locals recommend
Concert Hall
“World-famous concert hall and home of the Czech Philharmonic. The main hall - Dvořák Hall - is the venue for exceptional concerts of classical music. RUDOLFIUM is as well great GALLERY with many exhibitions full of modern art. Plus if you are coming with kids – try ART PARK, kids part of the gallery. ”
67 locals recommend