Must see places in Prague
One day in Prague. What to see around?
Czech capital is a versatile city having a lot to offer even to a sophisticated tourist. Have no time to spare? See Prague in a day. Walk along the cobbled streets, look at the old cathedrals and churches, and drink Czech beer. Many Prague attractions are at a walking distance from each other.
Start exploring the capital with a visit to the Prague castle. As the St. Vitus Cathedral is located on its territory, don’t lose the chance to enter it. Embrace the statuary serenity walking among the graves of the famous archbishops and kings. Then, drift in Zlata street with its tiny picturesque houses.
After visiting the castle, go down the Mala Strana. Take a walk through the medieval streets on your way to St. Nicholas Church. The modern age attraction, the Lennon Wall with the fans’ drawings and inscriptions is not far from there. Then you can leave the ground, get on a boat and ride around Chertovka river.
The Charles bridge – a must see in Prague - takes you to the Old Town. Go to the square and admire the Church of Our Lady before Tyn. The town hall with the crafty astronomical clock is another Prague must visit. Go up the Town Hall tower and get a bird's-eye view of the Old Town.
The next pearl of the places to see in Prague is the Jewish quarter. Feel the magnificent atmosphere of the synagogues and an Old Jewish cemetery. The Franz Kafka memorial is also here.
Finish your day with the dinner on the boat departing from the pier at Chekhov bridge.
Now you know the answer to the question «what to see in Prague in just one day». To complete the route, visit a traditional restaurant, where you can try Czech dishes and drinks. Enjoy the gastronomic specialties: roasted fore shank, dumplings, more than three hundred beer brands and Beherovka.
Prague is a truly fascinating place to walk around. To save time, you can choose one of the thematic excursions and book it in advance. Explore the day trips at Prahatrip and you will surely find a suitable option.