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Top Tourist Tips for Visiting Prague

Posted on 28 May 2018 by admin (0)


These tips are not just useful to make your trip to Prague easier; they will help you a lot while planning for the trip itself. The capital of Czech Republic and its largest city is considered the historical capital of Bohemia.

Let’s go straight to the tips.

1. How to Reach Prague

There are many ways to reach Prague and we collected some of them to you.

• If you are in Vienna or Berlin, take the train. It takes about 5 hours and you will reach Prague.
• If you are in Munich, take the bus. It also takes 5 hours.
• Flying to Prague is cheap generally. Just choose

2. Plan Your Time Well:

You will find a lot of places to visit and a lot of things that must be done in Prague and without planning well for your visit, your visit will not have as much fun as when you have priorities.

We will provide you with some itineraries to help you here. The sites are close to each other so even if you are going to stay there for one day, there are many things you can do.

3. Itineraries for Prague:

• One-Day Visit:
The historic old town of Prague is the most common destination for those who will spend just one day there. The whole town can be seen within one day if you began your day early.
If you moved faster, you can visit the St Charles Bridge too.

• Two-Days Visit:
Now you will have a plenty of time to wander at the Jewish Quarter and Lesser Town where Prague Castle in addition to the historic old town of Prague.

• Three-Days Visit:
Now you will have a third day. In addition to the previous program, you can visit the following places.

1. Wenceslas Square.
2. The Dancing House.
3. The Petrin Tower.

Or you can visit Kutna Hora Bone Church, Karlštejn Castle, Karlovy Vary, or Saxon Switzerland National Park and other places just outside the city.

• Four-Days Visit:
Now, this is the best itinerary because you will be able to visit additional historic places and go for the trip outside Prague too.

4. Language Tips:

Before going to a country that you have no idea about its language, you need to learn some words to make your life easier there. You should be able to communicate with the people there through the following phrases. We will mention the word in English, in Czech, then how to say the words in English.

• Hello is Ahoj in Czech and spelled as AH-hoy.
• Good Morning is Dobrý ráno in Czech and spelled as Doe-bree RAHH-noh.
• Good Day is Dobrý den in Czech and spelled as Doe-bree den.
• Good Evening is Dobrý Noc in Czech and spelled as Doe-bree noht.
• Goodbye is Ahoj in Czech and spelled as AH-hoy.
• Thank You is Děkuji in Czech and spelled as Dya-koo-yee.
• You’re Welcome is Rádo se stalo in Czech and spelled as Raado seh stu-lo
• Please is Prosím in Czech and spelled as PRO-seem