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Published : Jun, 2023

Sites and attractions | Cultural Activities
Mind Maze | Vltava River | Vyšehrad | Klementinum | Kampa Island | Jelení Příkop | Jewish Qtr. | Petrin Hill | Prague Castle | Charles Bridge | museums-theatres | Golden Lane | Petrin Tower | Old Town Sq.
Are you visiting the Czech Republic and looking for things to do in Prague? Well, you’ve come to the right place! Prague is a city that sure knows how to impress. From the minute I got there I was taken aback by the beautiful Baroque architecture, the soft pastel-coloured facades, and the hundreds of domes and spires dominating the city’s skyline. The city is nothing short of breathtaking and this is also very true of the residential areas and neighbourhoods that are a bit further removed from the centre of town. For anyone planning a trip to the Czech capital, today I’ll be highlighting 50 things to do in Prague, Czech Republic:

Published : Jun, 2023

Sites and attractions | Health and safety | Any price accom | Bars and pubs | Nightlife
Petrin Hill | Jewish Museum | Prague Zoo | Charles Bridge | Prague Castle | Vinohrady | The Four Seasons | Piano Bar | The Saints Bar | Klub U Rudolfa | Klub 21 | Celebrity Cafe | Sauna Babylonia | Sauna Bonbon | Park Letna |
We love Prague. It's magical, super gay, and absolutely stunning. It makes for the ideal weekend city break with plenty of fun guaranteed!

For us, Prague definitely ranks as one of our top destinations in Europe as well as one of the most beautiful cities in the world. It's super unique, with its striking Gothic architecture, magnificent medieval monuments, like something from a fairy tale. It's no wonder that it's one of the most visited cities in the world.

Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic, a former Soviet-influenced country in Central Europe, now part of the EU. The country is so rich with culture that you can never get bored exploring it. To give you a brief idea, its history date back to the 9th century when it used to be called ‘The Duchy of Bohemia' under the Great Moravian Empire. It was around this time that Prague Castle was built, one of Prague's most famous tourist sites. In addition, most of the beautiful and picturesque medieval buildings of the Old Town, like “Charles Bridge” were subsequently built in the 1300s by the Holy Roman Emperor, Charles IV. There's a lot to see here, which we've summarised below, but make sure you also give yourself ample time to check out the dynamic gay nightlife of Prague.