What to Do, See and Eat in Prague, Czech Republic

Prague Castle, Czech Republic

6. Astronomical Clock

Situated right in the heart of Old Town Square, this Czech icon is fraught with meaning and symbols in its various dials.


7. Church of Our Lady before Týn

Legend has it that the Tyn Church gave Walt Disney the inspiration. If you take a close look at the two spires on the church, you’ll realize that they are not symmetrical. In fact, they represent the masculine and feminine sides of the world. This is characteristic of Gothic architecture of the period.


8. Vaclavske Namesti (Wenceslas Square)

This is the main shopping street and commercial square of Prague.

9. Farmer’s market

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I love visiting farmer’s markets/ fleas. I’ve listed them down in accordance with the location for easy navigation:


  • Namesti Republiky
  • Sklizeno


  • Kulatak
  • Dobra Farma
  • Holeovice


  • Karlinske Namesti
  • Naplavka
  • Nas Grunt
  • Tylak
  • Jirak

I highly recommend visiting those 2 markets in the central. There are plenty of local and interesting finds to discover, like…

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10. Dancing House

The Dancing House is the first building built after the Velvet Revolution. The towers are inspired by the famous interwar dancing pair Ginger Rogers & Fred Astaire.


11. Vysehrad

Also where many famous Czech historical figures were buried.


13 Replies to “What to Do, See and Eat in Prague, Czech Republic”

  1. This is perfect! My sister is studying in Prague this semester so I sent this to her. Plus, I would like to visit and this gave me a taste of what we might want to put on our itinerary.

    1. That’s great! I hope she found this guide useful! 🙂

  2. Loved it! We are planning to go in Summer and this will be helpful!

    1. Excellent choice, Shadi! Have you been there yet? How did you find it?

  3. That cathedral is gorgeous, and I absolutely adore the John Lennon wall photos! Filing this into my Prague travel folder. I have never been, but I definitely plan to go one day. Some of the cheapest beers in Europe? We’re there! 🙂 Thank you for such great tips and fun photos!

    1. I always have a soft spot for street art so John Lennon wall is one of my fav too! It truly is one of the cheapest cities in Europe – you’ll be surprised when you get there! I’m glad you find this post useful, Marlynn!


    1. Hahaha Sarah. Thanks for your emotion outpour. I’m glad it conjured great memories for you! 🙂

  5. I’ve heard so many amazing things about Prague, and this post only confirms the fact that I NEED to go! I love the cathedral and castle, but I also think that it would be fun to the houses on Golden Lane–they’re so tiny and cute!

    1. Yes you should Natalie! The houses are really short, you have to bend to get in! Do look out for the opening and closing hours as they close earlier than the main compound. 🙂

  6. Cool list and nice photos! I added some to my list. I’m guessing you were there in the fall or winter going by the outfits and use of an umbrella

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