Working on an Itinerary

Follow-up to What’s Unmissable in Prague? from Casey’s Blog

Places to Eat?

Places to See?

  • Prague Castle, river Vltava and Charles Bridge (Prazsky hrad, Vltava, Karluv most)
  • Old Town Hall with the Astronomical Clock
  • Josefov – Prague Ghetto
  • Powder Tower
  • St. Nicolas Church
  • Petrín View Tower
  • Petrín View Tower
  • Loreta
  • Vysehrad
  • Old Town (Staré Město) with its Old Town Square
  • The Astronomical Clock
  • The picturesque Charles Bridge
  • New Town (Nové město) with its busy and historic Wenceslas Square
  • Malá Strana (Lesser Quarter)
  • Prague Castle (the largest castle in the world) with its St. Vitus Cathedral
  • Josefov (the old Jewish quarter) with Old Jewish Cemetery and Old New Synagogue
  • The Lennon Wall
  • Vinohrady
  • The museum of Heydrich assassination in the crypt of the Church of Saints National Museum
  • Vyšehrad castle
  • Petřínská rozhledna, an observation tower on Petřín hill, which is nearly a 1:5 copy of the Eiffel Tower
  • Anděl (City part) which is probably the busiest part of the city
  • Žižkov Television Tower with observation deck
  • The New Jewish Cemetery in Olšany, location of Franz Kafka’s grave
  • The Metronome, a giant, functional metronome that looms over the city
  • The Dancing House (Fred and Ginger Building)
  • The Mucha Museum, showcasing the Art Nouveau works of Alfons Mucha
  • Places connected to writers living in the city, such as Franz Kafka.

Tourist Information Centres

  • Staromestské namesti (the Old Town Hall) – Staromestska radnice
  • The Main Railway Station lobby

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