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Visiting Prague – A City Guide
With its cobble-stoned streets and squares, romantic hilltop castle and charming River Vltava, Prague is a scenic, vibrant city full of panoramic views and hidden corners to discover. This historic city is celebrated for its hearty cuisine, world-famous beer and diverse, lively nightlife.

Prague: city layout
At Prague’s heart is the Old Town (Stare Mesto), and tourists flock to its square for open-air dining, horse-drawn carriages and Gothic buildings.

The River Vltava winds its way through the city, carving it in two, leaving charming bridges to cross the divide. The most noteworthy of these is the 14th-century Charles Bridge, which connects the Old Town with Little Quarter (Malá Strana), a peaceful neighbourhood full of gardens, churches and palaces to explore.

New Town (Nove Mesto) is the most modern neighbourhood in Prague’s historic centre. Built around bustling Wenceslas Square (Václavské náměstí), it’s where you’ll find plenty of places to eat, drink and shop.

Making memories in picturesque Prague
Prague’s aesthetic makes it an ideal place to explore on foot. Take a stroll along the river, through the Old Town’s narrow, winding streets or explore vast, leafy Letná Park, which offers excellent views across the city’s red-tiled rooftops. You can even cruise down the river on a boat while enjoying live music and a delicious meal.

Known as “the city of a hundred spires”, there are many exquisite buildings to discover – from Prague Castle and St. Vitus Cathedral in Hradčany to Prague City Hall with its Astronomical Clock, which draws large crowds to the Old Town Square every hour when it chimes.

The concierge recommends…

  • Climbing 138 steps from Charles Bridge to the viewing gallery of Old Town Bridge Tower (Staroměstská mostecká věž), a striking Gothic tower on the bridge’s east side.
  • Taking in the view from Žižkov Television Tower. Enjoy a bite to eat as you admire the historical centre in the distance.
  • Visiting Lennon Wall, covered in political graffiti and Beatles lyrics since John Lennon’s assassination in 1980.
  • Take a stroll through The Vrtba Garden, an Italian-style Baroque garden with an art exhibition programme.

Hotels in Prague
Prague’s historical centre is a lively place to stay, but if you want to know what life is like for the locals, try a few subway stops out of the city. Prices are lower and streets are quieter.

Prague’s Stare Mesto is a vibrant district centred around the Old Town Square, where you’ll find outdoor markets and dining, and medieval buildings. The city’s main attractions are right on your doorstep. Staroměstská subway station is a short stroll away.

Vysehrad is a peaceful, historical neighbourhood away from crowds. There’s a medieval castle, which offers tranquil gardens and a graveyard to explore, plus views of the city and river.

Nove Mesto is a buzzing part of Prague with Wenceslas Square at its heart. National Museum of Prague, the country’s oldest museum, plus a wide range of shops, bars and restaurants for all budgets are here.

Eating Out in Prague
Prague visitors can taste hearty Czech cuisine – such as bread dumplings, fried cheese or garlic soup – or enjoy other dishes from around the world, as far flung as Brazil, India or the US. Regardless of what you’re seeking, you’ll find it Prague.

Prague’s Old Town is the tourist heartland, where you’ll find elegant alfresco dining and a wide range of international cuisine. In its main square, you can expect to pay a little more for the ambiance. Wenceslas Square, on the other hand, has fast food and budget bites.

If you want traditional Czech cuisine, we recommend you do as the locals do, and look beyond venues aimed squarely at tourists. Lokal is one such place in Old Town, serving Czech food with a modern twist, plus superb beer. Alternatively, jump on the subway and head away from the inner-city tourist trails. Vegetarians can try Clear Head (Lehká hlava) in the Old Town, which has inventive dishes in quirky surrounds.

A foodie movement is growing in Prague, with delis, espresso bars and restaurants offering international cuisine popping up all over the city.

If you’re looking for Czech cuisine, the chef recommends...

  • Svíčková na smetaně: one of the country’s beloved dishes: a spiced beef sirloin steak served with delicious cream sauce and dumplings on the side.
  • Rajská omáčka: a satisfying beef dish served with tomato sauce and dumplings.
  • Smažený sýr: a thick slab of cheese, usually Edam or Hermelín, crumbed and fried.
  • Vepřo-knedlo-zelo: roast pork (vepřová) served with bread dumplings and sauerkraut.
  • Česneková polévka: a hearty, delicious garlic soup, usually with croutons, pieces of ham and grated cheese.

Shopping in Prague
Prague offers a range of shopping experiences, from small boutiques in the Old Town selling Bohemia crystal, souvenirs and designer goods to large, modern shopping centres. You can explore outdoor craft and food markets, as well as Wenceslas Square’s busy shops and restaurants.

Prague also has major shopping complexes near the historical centre. The largest is Palladium, a smart, modern centre with 200 shops, bars and restaurants to discover. If you’re after a new outfit, Myslbek and Černá Růže are virtually next door to each other, and have several fashion stores where you can browse and buy.

Wenceslas Square has large chain stores – like Marks & Spencer, Zara and H&M – fast food retailers and banks.

Pařížská Street in Old Town is lined with luxury – international boutiques including brands like Louis Vuitton, ‎Gucci and ‎Christian Dior.

Interesting shopping trips

  • Outdoor market in Old Town: Havel's Market (Havelske trziste) is a charming market selling handmade crafts and souvenirs, plus fruits, vegetables and flowers. Just off the Old Town Square, it’s been trading since 1232.
  • Unique souvenirs from Prague: Prague’s Old Town district is jammed with boutiques selling Bohemia Crystal and glass, much of it handmade in the region. Moser Glass and Erpet Bohemia Crystal are two worth checking out.
  • Books for your journey home: Lose yourself among shelves at Shakespeare and Sons bookshop and café in Malá Strana, packed with English selections.

Culture & Nightlife in Prague
For a city famous for its beer, it should come as no surprise that Prague’s nightlife is vibrant and varied. Many of its museums, galleries and historical buildings offer free admission certain days each month.

Czechs drink more beer per capita than any other nation, and you’ll find lively bars and beer gardens dotted all around the city. Riegrovy Sady and Letná Beer Gardens are two of the city’s finest.

Prague hosts a diverse range of museums, exploring everything from Jewish and Communist history to torture and decorative arts. The Old Town has the city’s highest concentration of museums. The National Museum of Prague over at Wenceslas Square is worth a look just for its architectural value.

Prague is a popular destination for partygoers, with Mustek, Petrská čtvrť and Old Town being key destinations for bars and nightclubs.

Unique cultural experiences

  • Unusual museums: Learn gruesome facts about how torture was carried out at the Museum of Torture, or discover what life was like in Czechoslovakia under Communist rule at the Museum of Communism. Through monuments and exhibitions, Prague’s Jewish Museum tells the story of Jews in Czech Republic.
  • Live shows with a twist: Black Light Theatre Metro uses black lighting and ultra-violet paint in its fun productions. At the upscale White Horse Restaurant (Bílý Koníček), within 12th-century cellars, you’ll enjoy live jazz or blues while dining on traditional Czech or international fare.

Visiting Prague with a Family
With a wide range of theatres, museums and fun outdoor activities, Prague is a magnet for families. Sightseeing in the Old Town can sometimes involve a lot of walking, sometimes difficult for young children. Thankfully kids can take a break at a number of parks and playgrounds.

Rest your legs and enjoy the views by riding the funicular train up Petřín Hill. Once at the top, you can go even higher with a visit to the Petřín Observation Tower, which also has relaxing gardens and a fun mirror maze. Children can ride a pony, too!

The Toy Museum at Prague Castle is the world’s second-largest toy exhibition – well worth a look, as it contains an impressive Barbie doll collection, Star Wars figurines and teddy bears.

Fancy a day at the beach? In summer months, part of Prague’s riverbank turns into Vltava Beach, with sand, deckchairs, a swimming pool and a children’s playground.

Fun family days out

  • Prague for animal lovers: Get close to sharks, eels and rays at Sea World (Mořský svět). Penguins, elephants and tigers are some of the 5,000 animals that call Prague Zoo home.
  • Perfect picnic spots: If you’re looking for a peaceful, leafy spot to relax, Riegrovy Park (Riegrovy Sady) is ideal, with a playground and beer garden. Letná Park (Letenské sady) is a vast hill-top park with sweeping views of the city.


Latest Prague Hotel Reviews

Average Rating for Prague Hotel
(4.4 / 5) of 1012 reviews
Nice property
By Anupam V
Rooms a bit small but still good. Breakfast should be included [Less]
Quality Stay for Business lay-over
By RichardItaly
First time at this Holiday Inn located in Prague Airport. Was expecting the usual standard Holiday -Inn with no suprises but was rewarded with Great Staff attention and personal care!! The Hotel has [More] been recently refurbished so the restaurant and bar are very modern and above normal standard. I would highly reccomend anyone like me travelling through Prague or on buisness and need to stay over as its also easy to reach the centre and free shuttle to and from airport in 10 minutes is great. Again Great Young staff and very focused on making your stay enjoyable. Will be back next month. Thanks Richard [Less]
Great Hotel
By fabriga64
As usual Holiday inn is my preferred hotel. There n o doubt I will book an Holiday in during my next bussiness/leisure travels. [Less]
Staff good service
By MrAlfaro
the staff provided a excellent service overall thank you [Less]
A Good Base for Visiting Prague
By Gyrovagus
I used this hotel as a base for visiting various sites in Prague. Perhaps its best asset was that, although it is not in the centre of the city (and therefore fairly quiet) it is only about 150 [More] metres from a Metro station -- from which it is possible to go almost anywhere on public transport. I found the ambience and staff very welcoming after a day spent touring -- a good place to which to return. [Less]
Great Staff and Location
By Sulvi
I really enjoyed my stay. Great location near to metro station. Friendly and helpful staff. Clean and comfortable room. Awesome shower with a massage functions. It is really great place for rest and [More] close to sightseeing area. Recommended. [Less]
Perfect stay in the centre of Prague
By jens51
we had a wonderful stay at the Interconti in Prague. The staff was very friendly and helpful, organised a birthday surprise for my husband and did everything to ensure we have an enjoyable stay. the [More] hotel is ideally located for city walks, rooms were quiet and nice. [Less]
Classy, yet friendly
By Jiri the Czech
I have stayed at the Prague Intercontinental at ,least 12 times in the past about 13 years and always enjoyed it enormously. Besides the excellent location, quality of the facilities and services the [More] greatest asset of this hotel are the people providing the service. It offers a good value for the price paid. The only exception is the restaurant Zlata Praha that appears to be very expensive for the food and drinks it offers. During the time I stayed there, I thought the selection of the food was rather limited and service somewhat slow. Otherwise the personnel was professional and friendly. [Less]
Nice hotel
By Jamjars786
Very nice hotel. Good sizes rooms. Close to all the major tourist locations. Housekeeping could pay a little to how the rooms are cleaned. Debris from previous nights still found next day "after" [More] cleaning. However this did not detract. Shows all hotels are the same irrespective of brand. [Less]

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