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A Day in Prague: What To Do

September 09, 2020
In a city like Prague, sightseeing isn't the only thing you'd enjoy doing. Sure, the Czech capital is known to be an astoundingly beautiful city, a fusion of the romanticism of the past with the practicality of the present as well. Many have even attributed it as a fairytale-like city, with most places here looking as if they're the setting for a classic novel. If you're lucky enough to get one free day here in Prague, whether you're just on transit or you live here and you have a day off work, you'll likely enjoy doing some of these great activities.

A Day in Prague: What To Do

 

Visit The Historic Structures

Just by looking at it alone. you can already tell that Prague is home to a lot of historic structures. Possibly even more than you can count. So what's stopping you from spending an entire day visiting as many as you can? You'll neer find such beauty and history in any other city. A good many of these places add to the identity and character of not just the city, but of the country overall. They include the iconic Charles Bridge, the ornate Church of St. Nicholas, and the famous Prague Castle. Another structure, the Lennon Wall, is also a must-see, especially fans of the fallen Beatle. 

A Day in Prague: What To Do

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Take In the Nostalgia

What's wrong with just taking a stroll and seeing the sights on foot? A city like Prague, which is practically an entire symbol of nostalgia for old Europe, is often best explored on foot. From the cobblestone streets to the charming villas, there are parts of the city you won't get to see if you stick to riding a car or public transport. Explore the Czech capital on your own, get lost in the old-school beauty of it all, and you never know, you might even meet someone special along the way. You'll probably end up tired after but it all would have been worth it! 

A Day in Prague: What To Do

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Travel Back Time to The Old Town Square

Speaking of nostalgia, there's another place you can go to and spend the day in that will really make you feel like you traveled back in time: the Old Town Square. Like the other activities, spending the day here is mostly a feast for the eyes, especially if you're privy to old-school styles of design, from Baroque to Rococo and everything in-between. In fact, if you're an artist, drawing this square might possibly be one of your best works. You can also take in the lively spirit of the city here, as the square is often crowded with a healthy mix of tourists and residents, most especially on weekends. 

A Day in Prague: What To Do

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Explore The Jewish Quarter

When you're in Prague, you shouldn't miss going to the Jewish Quarter. It's a devastatingly beautiful yet slightly poignant part of the city, especially since the Jewish community in the Czech capital has gotten smaller over the years. But here, you can still see the community's history, influence, and impact on the city. Beautiful monuments that capture both the liveliness and the tragedy that befall this community. See the stunning Spanish Synagogue, a majestic place of worship that's extremely colorful yet solemn at the same time. Or visit the Jewish cemetery, with its riveting gothic beauty that will take hold of your heart as you read the names on the graves. 

A Day in Prague: What To Do

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Taste the Flavors of Prague

Finally, another thing you can do is to take a foodie tour of Prague. Unbeknownst to many, the city is home to a lot of great restaurants and hidden gems, each with its own unique flavor and exciting tastes. You'll also see—and get to taste—different cuisines from around the world, further proving that Prague has the potential to be as global a city as other European capitals. But, of course, you won't find a scarcity in authentic Czech dishes here as well. They're arguably the most worthwhile culinary hotspots to go to, most especially since you won't find places like them anywhere else! 

A Day in Prague: What To Do

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Prague, the capital city of the Czech Republic, is the type of city that you'll need more than a day to fully explore and truly appreciate its beauty. But if you don't have that much time, at least there are some worthwhile things you can do here within 24 hours!


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