Things To Do in Prague for The Czech Holiday of Your Dreams!

With Prague being touted as one of Europe’s best cities to explore (with good reason), it’s time you planned that vacation at the next opportunity you get. This guide will help you with all possible Prague attractions that you must experience.

Published On Apr 28, 2024 | Updated On Apr 28, 2024


If a visit to Prague has been on your bucket list for a while, now is the perfect time as the Spring gods bless the Czech nation with the best weather. You’ll not only be met with sparse crowds but also have countless things to do in Prague, so read along and find that inspiration to travel that you’ve been waiting for. Whether you’re looking to amuse the history buff within you or soak in the urban European charm or simply devour local Czech delicacies, this collection of Prague attractions is sure to come in handy.


Prague is gilded in history with not only some iconic postcard spots that you must visit but also hidden gems tucked away from obvious sight. Spend a day exploring Prague attractions like the Old Town Square, Prague Castle and the Charles Bridge. Walk down to the Jewish Quarter and visit the Jewish museum, the cemetery and synagogues to learn about the rich history of Prague’s Jewish community. What’s more, you can even find a free guided walking tour of the city to enjoy Prague sightseeing in the most authentic and informative way possible!

Prague’s National Gallery is the country’s largest exhibition space housing more than 3 lakh items. A gallery spread across several buildings in the city, it’s one of the most remarkable places to visit in Prague to marvel at the works of Van Gogh and Pablo Picasso, among others. Head to Prague Free Tour to learn more about a guided tour of the National Gallery and other places to visit in Prague. Tip for those looking for off-beat art exploration: Head to the John Lennon Wall, a graffiti-laden masterpiece with references to Prague’s communist era. If you prefer something outdoorsy, visit the Vyšehrad Castle- the historic fort and its cemetery to enjoy some wonderful views. 


Farmers’ markets are truly a Prague attraction not to be missed for they are the perfect window for you to catch glimpses of the city’s local life. Náplavka Farmers' Market, a local favourite as well as a Prague tourist attraction, comes alive every Saturday. With views of Prague Castle in the distance, a stroll in this market will give you an opportunity to savour some Czech beer and wine, sip on deliciously brewed coffee, pick up seasonal produce, or enjoy freshly baked pizza. Prague has several such markets scattered throughout the city, and each has its town hours and timings. So do ask around, or look up the latest information before you go.


The scenic Vltava River in Prague offers numerous opportunities to relax in the city. Enjoy a scenic cruise that captures perfect river vistas, or explore the river at your own pace on a kayak. The largest green space in Prague- Letná Park- lies on a plateau along the riverbank and is the perfect oasis of calm and tranquillity. To let loose and unwind with a twist, consider giving the unique beer spa experience a shot! Soak yourself in a private beer bath drawn with beer, hops, herbs and malts. Several places have tubs equipped with taps for you to yourself a glass, and even a sauna for deeper relaxation. This one-of-its-kind Prague attraction promises to be memorable, so go ahead and make that reservation to ensure you get a time slot of your choice.

If you are a foodie on the lookout to try local meals each time you travel, Prague will certainly not disappoint. A must-try on your list of things to do in Prague is a meal (or many!) at Lokál Dlouhááá- a restaurant committed to serving delicacies like sausages and schnitzel and more importantly, their famed beers, viz. Pilsner and Kozel. You can find them at various locations, but be sure to make a reservation in advance. Another Prague attraction is a Jazz Club located in the idyllic Malá Strana town that goes by the name U Malého Glena. Drop by for Prague’s classics like the beef goulash with homemade dumplings, fried cheese, and their bestselling BBQ ribs. If you enjoy listening to some good Blues, do not miss U Malého Glena on a Monday and you’ll get a chance to catch some of the best Blues artists and bands here.

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