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Your guide to a day in Prague

Prague is one of Europe’s most popular destinations for a city break, with over 8-million people flocking to the Czech capital every year. There’s so much to offer from this city steeped in history, but sometimes, you only have a day to take it all in. We’ve got you covered with our must-see Prague landmarks and recommendations for how to spend a day in this beautiful city.

 

A morning in Prague

Your day should begin at one of Prague’s top attractions – the astronomical clock. It chimes every hour from 9am to 11pm, and has been one of the most popular landmarks in the city for over 600 years. Other top attractions in Prague Old Town include the Church of Our Lady before Týn, a gothic church dating back to the 14th If you’re heading to Prague in the winter months, the Old Town is where you’ll find Prague Christmas markets, where you can sample traditional food and drinks.

Your next stop should be the Charles Bridge, one of our top 10 things to do in Prague. The bridge offers incredible views over the city, and is the best route to check out other top landmarks like the John Lennon Wall and Prague Castle. At 70,000 square metres, Prague Castle is the largest castle in the world, so it’s well worth catching a guided tour to take in the many routes around the amazing castle walls.

 

An afternoon in Prague

Start your afternoon at some of Prague’s top parks, Chotek Gardens and Letná Park. Here you can sample some Czech beer and relax while enjoying panoramic views over the city, one of the top sites to see in Prague. Other top places to visit in Prague during the afternoon include Prague’s Jewish Quarter, where you’ll find the Franz Kafka monument and the Jewish Museum of Prague – one of the best museums in Prague.

 

An evening in Prague

Your evening in Prague should be spent enjoying some of the top restaurants in Prague, where you can try traditional Czech foods like goulash, pork knuckle, and schnitzel. If you’re interested in the eerie history of the city, you may also think about booking a Prague ghost tour – where you can learn about Prague’s gothic past. With the day over, you can now spend time visiting some of the top bars in Prague, and sample more of the city’s famous beer!

 

Book your Prague trip with FHT

Prague is ideal for college and university groups studying History, Business, Art and Design, Health and Social Care, Film and Media and Sports and Leisure. At FHT, we have experts who know every corner of this magnificent city, and we can create an educational package to meet all your needs. With FHT, you can guarantee your students will have a truly memorable trip to Prague.


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