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Issues to do in Prague : 3-Day Journey Information

Things to do in Prague : 3-Day Travel Guide



Prague is among the most stunning and well-liked cities to go to in all of Europe. The structure is gorgeous, the meals is implausible and there are many superb issues to see and do.

On this video we take you thru our 3-Day journey by way of Prague that will help you get an concept of what you may wish to try if you go to the Czech capital.

We visited lots of the well-known vacationer websites together with Prague Fortress, Charles Bridge and Previous City Sq.. We additionally take time to discover some lesser identified actions and eating places as nicely to take pleasure in Prague because the locals do.

If you’re occupied with studying extra about Prague we suggest you try the Youtube channel Sincere Information. We stumbled throughout this channel after we have been researching our journey and located them to be very useful with their strategies. Right here is the hyperlink: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCt7oj318jVQi7vRbc1bNjJA

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26 thoughts on “Issues to do in Prague : 3-Day Journey Information

  1. Lukáš Kotěra says:

    Come to Prague and visit us, you all welcomed here, but be aware of scams that are in all capital cities.. Before you go i recommend to watch an Honest Guide….@UCt7oj318jVQi7vRbc1bNjJA and yet, dont eat in the city centre its so expensive..Just walk away 10-15 minutes in any direction or take a tram and you save a lot of money.. 40 or 50 Czech Koruna for a pint of beer is still ok, 70 and more is a rip off. For meal 150-250 is still ok. 350 or more is a rip off… Enjoy and greetings from Czech..

  2. Marek Ohanka says:

    As local i would recommend visiting a Bohemian Switzerland National
    park. The nature there is really beautifull and you can find stunning
    views there. It's quite difficult to get there on your own but there but
    there are great tours with locals on Airbnb (Airbnb experiences).

  3. GH1618 says:

    A helpful summary for a brief visit. Very nice. But what you call the “old square” is actually in “new town” (“new” by European standards, which is very old). The “dancing building” is also called “Fred and Ginger.”

    You seem to have overlooked the Kafka Museum, but anyone who has read and appreciated Kafka should go there.

  4. abocampo109 says:

    Great job, love the video. Also love your wife's backpack; may I know the brand and where I can purchase it? I've been looking for one to take on our Central Europe trip in March and can't seem to find one that is both functional and stylish. 🙂

  5. Nick Nack says:

    Anybody going to Prague should spare a few moments to visit the Church of St Cyril and Method where the paratroopers who assassinated Reichsprotektor Heydrich made their last stand. He was one of the architects of the Final Solution and was known as the Butcher of Prague. There is also an excellent film about this event called Anthropoid. This is important history folks and most people miss it. .

    https://youtu.be/blAKCJcXC5c

    http://www.bbc.com/travel/story/20170831-a-prague-church-that-defied-nazi-rule

  6. Vishal Mankar says:

    Hey that's superb explanation. The way you both put all things are very neatly and easy to understand. Liked it so much. 1 Like & Subscribed. Would be great if you could help me with one query.
    – I am planning to visit Budapest -> Vienna -> Prague -> Cologne in the month of February 2020 for 2 weeks.
    Can you suggest is this is right time to visit these places? If not can you suggest the best month to visit these cities.

    Keep up the good work!!!!

  7. Tom Bombadil says:

    that last shot of the Karlo's bridge illustrates perfectly how packed with tourists Prague is. btw for an alternative transport up Petrin hill I recommend the funicular run by the NH hotel. it starts from the hotel itself and is entirely free. also you might wanna check out the Mucha museum or if you got kids they will love the Toy museum second largest in the world

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