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Are you visiting Prague for just 3 Days? Here is a Trip Itinerary on what to do and see during your stay.



Day 1



Art nouveau cafe in the entry floor of Obecni Dum -- (The Civic building)



The Old Town (Staré město) Prague's historic centre. Includes numerous historical buildings and monuments, most notably the famed Astronomical Clock (Orloj), the pure GothicTýn Church, the mural-covered Storch building, and the Jan Hus monument. Nearby, the Estate Theatre is a neoclassical theatre where Mozart's opera Don Giovanni was first performed. The old town features many historical churches (St. James Church, Church of Our Lady before Tnem among others) and some other interesting historical buildings like the Old Town Hall.



Josefov (the old Jewish quarter) with Old Jewish Cemetery and Old New Synagogue

Josefov The historical Jewish ghetto. Interesting for its well preserved historical synagogues, unique in the entire world. The Old New Synagogue (Czech: Staronová synagoga) is Europe's oldest active synagogue. It's rumoured to be the resting place of the famed Prague Golem. Another interesting synagogue is the Spanish Synagogue, a highly ornamented building of Moorish style. Other attractions are the old Jewish Cemetery, which is the oldest in Europe, and Kafka's house.



Jan Palach Square



Charles Bridge One of several bridges over the Vltava River. Its construction started at the 14th Century and it is one of Prague's most beautiful attractions. Over the day it is a bustling place of trade and entertainment.



Wenceslas Square for Dinner



The Old Town Square at night



Day 2



Do a walking tour of the city to see:

National Museum

Prague State Opera

Praha hlavní nádraží TRAIN STATION

Disney-colored Jubilee Synagogue.

Old Town, Prague



Svatopluk Čech Bridge

Prague Giant Metronome It is a huge monument erected in order to replace the Stalinistic monument that preceded it


Wallenstein Palace

Charles Bridge





Náměstí Míru (Church)


Through Vinohrady



Žižkov Television Tower with observation deck

Opening hours: Daily 10.00 - 23.30 (restaurant 11.00 - 23.00)

Admission: Full 150 Kč, family 120 Kč,



Day 3



Walk through New Town (Nové město)



See the

Prague Dancing House (Fred and Ginger Building). One of the most fascinating architectural expressions of Prague.



The museum of Heydrich Assassination in the crypt of the Church of Saints Cyril and Methodius


On the way see the National Theatre

Through Charles Bridge to Kampa Island



The Lesser Town (Malá strana) Across the Vltava from the city centre and leading to the castle, this quarter also offers beautiful streets and churches (of which St. Nicholas Church is the most renowned). The Lennon Wall which used to be a source of irritation to the communist regime is also found here, near a Venetian-like canal with water wheel and close to the Charles Bridge.


On the way to the top see cubist buildings



Prague Castle. The biggest ancient castle in the world, which rises above the city offering beautiful views of the areas below. Also on site is the St. Vitus Cathedral with its lookout tower, the Castle Picture Gallery, several palaces and museums and the beautiful Royal Garden, among other attractions. You can also watch the Presidential Guard, and the changeover of the guards on duty on the hour.



Petřínská rozhledna, an observation tower on Petřín hill

(Closes 5pm)



Eat & Drink at U Vejvodu Pub & Beerhall Restaurant






Czech Travel Phrasebook:

Yes. = Ano. (Uhnoh.)

No. = Ne. (Neh.)

Hello. (informal) =  Ahoj. (Ahoy)

Please. = Prosím (Proseem)

Thank you. = Děkuji. (Dyekooyih.)

Excuse me, I am sorry. (getting attention) = Promiňte (Prominyteh.)

I can't speak Czech = (Neh-oomeem mloovit cheskee.)

Do you speak English? = Mluvíte anglicky? (Mlooveeteh unglitskee?)

Help! = Pomoc! (Pomots!)

EXIT = Východ

TOILET = Toalety


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