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How to spend an unforgettable weekend in Prague

Here are some tips on how to have a great time in Prague

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How to spend an unforgettable weekend in Prague 

A weekend trip to Prague is just enough time to enjoy the historical sites in the city and still take out some time to indulge in fun activities and the local cusine. The perfect weekend in Prague starts with accomodation in the best location, a few historical sites, a few activities, and lots of beer and local food!

The list here will help you decide where to stay, where to eat, and where to go on your weekend in the magical city of Prague.

 

Best Area to Stay in Prague

Prague Old Town
The most central location in Prague, Old Town is where most of the sightseeing attractions are. There are various hotels dotted around this area and depending on what you're looking to spend, there is something for everyone. You can easily walk to Wenceslas Square, the Astronomical Clock, Charles Bridge, and the Old Town Hall Tower.

As for food, there are many cafes and restaurants such as PEKARNA Nostress and Sad Man's Tongue Bar and Bistro around this area, so you never have to go too far for authentic Czech food. The best part? The Central Railway Station is only a 10-15 minute walk away, making it easy for you to go outside the city as well.

 

Day-Time Activities in Prague

Sightseeing
Prague is a city of historical charm that co-exits perfectly with the modern world that has been built around it. In the daytime, there is nothing better than walking around the city and taking in the marvelous sights. You can walk around Old Town, walk over the Charles Bridge, or visit Prague Castle.

Apart from the historical sites, you will also find a lot of quirky art dotted around the city. In front of the Kampa museum, there are various statues you can marvel at.

 

Activities

Prague is a versatile city and it offers a lot of fun activities for adults and kids alike. The city is full of different parks and attractions that can help you pass the time and have fun at the same time. At the Prague Gun Range, you can shoot legendary guns at 4 different ranges from varying distances. It is an activity that you can't miss out on of if feeling like a hooligan in the Wild West is on your bucket list.

If you're looking for a family-friendly activity, you can go Paintballing at the Prague Playground which ahs themed fields and lets you run around them as much as you want. If you're in the mood to explore, you can also be a part of the bike tour that goes to the Karlstejn Castle.

Overall, whether you're looking to blow off some steam or you want to enjoy the sunlight, there a lot of activities you can do over the weekend in Prague.

 

Night-Time Activities in Prague

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Food and Drink

Prague is known for its love of meat and beer, but that's not the only type of food and drinks you can enjoy there. Traditional Czzech cuisine is unique and something you should try on your weeked in Prague. Try Svickova, the national dish of the Czech Republic, or the Czech version of a Goulash.

Hidden in a covered, street, you can find Sisters Café where you can try out local deli meats and cheeses. Or you can go to Spelje which is a stunning restaurant where you can sample the best food in Prague. Old Town boasts a lot of very nice restaurants so walk around and choose one that strikes your fancy. 

 

Nightclubs
It's the weekend and you're in Prague, what do you do? You go out and have fun. Prague's nightlife is a lot of fun and well, very messy. Old Town is home to one of the biggest clubs in Europe, Karlovy, Lazne, as well as a lot of other clubs boasting an array of specialty drinks and interesting shows. 

Many nightclubs in Prague are open till th early morning hours and so you don't have to worry about going home early. It's the perfect way to spend your Saturday night, immersing yourself in the nightlife of Prague and dancing the night away.

Now that you know where to stay, what to do, and where to party, go forth and enjoy rour weekend in Prague!

 

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