City of One Hundred Spires
Bursting with history and Gothic architecture, this city will transport you back in time. With almost no damage or looting during the World Wars, the city’s historic district will keep you busy exploring for days. To fully appreciate the beauty of this city, you need to head to higher ground for a panoramic, rooftop view. You will quickly understand why Prague earned the nickname City of One Hundred Spires.
Food is an important part of what this city has to offer. Make sure you wake up early to walk the streets as the fresh bread is being made. If you have a sweet tooth, try a Trdelnik, a traditional pastry made from wrapping a pastry around a wooden stick, then dusting it with cinnamon and sugar.
Text a Message to the Peeing Man Statues
Just outside the Kafka Museum is one of Prague’s most iconic statues. Artist David Cerny’s controversial sculpture, Proudy, features two, mechanical men urinating on a map of the Czech Republic. You... See more
Watch the Astronomical Clock
Every hour, on the hour, crowds gather beneath the Old Town Hall Tower to watch the Astronomical Clock in action. This medieval clock is one of Europe’s best-known tourist attractions.
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Go Truffle Hunting
Few people have ever experienced the rush of a truffle hunt. This unique experience will make for an unforgettable trip to Prague. The best way to experience truffle hunting is with a local truffle ... See more
Tour the Prague Castle
Dating back to the 9th century, Prague Castle has been listed by Guinness Book of Records as the largest, ancient castle in the world. It was the primary residence of the Ottoman Dynasty for approxi... See more
Party in a Nuclear Bunker
If you want a once in a lifetime dancing venue, go to Bunkr Parukarka in Prague’s popular Zizkov district. Housed underground in what was a 1950s massive, underground bunker is a quirky nightclub that... See more