Prague travel and foodie bucket list

Here is a list of 15 things to add to your bucket list for visiting Prague:

  1. Visit the Charles Bridge, a historic bridge that offers beautiful views of the city and the Vltava River.
  2. Take a tour of the Prague Castle, a historic castle that dates back to the 9th century and is the official residence of the President of the Czech Republic.
  3. Explore the Old Town Square, a picturesque square that is home to the famous Astronomical Clock and many other historical buildings.
  4. Visit the St. Vitus Cathedral, a Gothic cathedral located within the Prague Castle complex.
  5. Take a stroll along the picturesque streets of Malá Strana, also known as Lesser Town, and admire the colorful houses and baroque architecture.
  6. Visit the Jewish Quarter, also known as Josefov, to learn about the history of the Jewish community in Prague and see the Jewish Cemetery and the Old-New Synagogue.
  7. Take a boat ride on the Vltava River to see the city from a different perspective.
  8. Visit the National Museum, which houses a collection of Czech and Slovak history and culture.
  9. Take a tour of the Municipal House, a beautiful Art Nouveau building that is home to a concert hall and an art gallery.
  10. Visit the Petrin Tower, a replica of the Eiffel Tower that offers panoramic views of the city.
  11. Take a walk through the Vyšehrad Castle and Cemetery, a historic fortress that offers beautiful views of the city and is home to the graves of many famous Czechs.
  12. Visit the Mucha Museum, dedicated to the works of Art Nouveau artist Alphonse Mucha.
  13. Take a stroll through the Wenceslas Square, one of the most famous squares in the city, and admire the many shops, restaurants, and theaters.
  14. Visit the Strahov Monastery, a beautiful baroque monastery that is home to a library with a collection of over 200,000 books.
  15. Take a trip to the Kampa Island, a small island located on the Vltava River that is home to several art galleries and museums, as well as the famous John Lennon Wall.

It’s important to note that this list is not exhaustive and there are many other things to do in Prague, but these are some of the most popular and well-known attractions that should not be missed. Additionally, it’s good to check the availability and opening hours of the places you want to visit as it may change due to the situation of the pandemics.

  • Visit Charles bridge early in the morning, the best with sunrise with zero people there.
  • Go up to Petrin hill by a cable car.
  • Enjoy beer and the view at Letná beer garden.
  • Walk around the walls of Vyšehrad castle and look at the river and Prague castle.
  • Come to Prague astronomical clock any hour of the day and watch how 12 apostles appear at the doorway.
  • Rent a pedal boat on Vltava river and have a small ride around.