Quick Guide to Prague
A magical city in the heart of Europe with fairy corners and finely decorated old buildings; wide squares where you can taste delicious typical dishes and get lost into colourful markets to end your day with a romantic walk on a beautiful bridge under the moonlight. Prague is perfect for a weekend getaway and this is our Quick Guide with all you need to know to arrange your trip.
Where to stay | Hotel Raffaello ☆☆☆☆ (score on booking: 7.9) @ Legerova 485, 120 00 Vinohrady, Cechia
Close to the main attractions, clean and spacious rooms, nice breakfast.
What to see
Old Town (Stare Mesto) with the Astronomical Clock in the main Square; when the clock strikes the hour look at it and 4 characters (representing the 7 Deadly Sins) will come out for a brief show
Prague Castle with Royal Gardens
Saint Wenceslas Square
Mala Strana district (Little Town)
St. Vitus Gothic Cathedral
Charles Bridge connecting the Old Town to Mala Strana district
the Jewish District
the Dancing House
Where & what to eat
U Supa @ Celetna 563/22, Praga - for a typical czech dinner in the heart of Old Town
Trdelnik, a unique cinnamon sugar pastry you’ll find (and smell) everywhere in the streets
Street food in Old Town main square: sausage or Prague Ham sandwiches, potatoes on a stick, hot typical dishes, bagels
When to go | During Christmas or Easter holidays to enjoy the magical atmosphere of markets in the main square, where you can find handmade craft gifts and decorations.