Things to do in Prague

The capital of the Czech Republic is known to be one of the most beautiful cities in the world – and Vinnie Van GO can confirm this! Check out Vinnie's guide to all of Prague's best events, landmarks, and city tours.

This city is the perfect place for a European getaway. It has everything: art, culture, history and beer! The entire city center is on the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites, but no matter where you stay you can’t avoid the beautiful buildings, charming alleyways and cozy pubs.



Prague Special Events

Bohemian Carnevale

This annual festival has been celebrated for more than 700 years to celebrate the end of winter and coming spring. From late February to early March, join thousands of people celebrating this ancient carnival, with arts performances and displays in the city’s many public places, palaces, museums, galleries and theaters. This festival has fun for all ages – perfect for families!


Christmas Market

There are few better places to spend the holidays than in one of the most charming cities in the world. Every year, the Old Town Square turns into a winter wonderland, with a giant Christmas tree, market stalls selling everything from handmade toys, ceramics, glass figurines and all the food you can imagine. Cozy up with some gingerbread cake, barbecued sausage or mulled wine and take in the street performers.


Prague Spring International Music Festival

In the early summer, the top musical and dance artists from all over the world come to Prague to perform. With first-class symphonies, operas and chamber music, this is an elegant festival in a city that produced some of music’s best artists.


Generali Arena

This football stadium is the home of Sparta Prague and the Czech Republic national football team. Today it frequently holds games and events.

Address:
M. Horákové 1066/98
170 82 Praha 7, Czechia


Eden Arena

This football stadium is the most modern in the Czech Republic. While it doesn’t have the same history as the Generali Arena, it is still a great place to catch a game from the home team SK Slavia Prague.

Address:
U Slavie 1540/2a
100 00 Praha 10-Vršovice, Czechia


Great Strahov Stadium

This stadium in Prague’s Strahov district was originally built for synchronized gymnastic performances. It has a capacity of 220,000 spectators, making it the largest stadium ever built.

Address:
Strahov
169 00 Prague 6, Czechia


The Charles Bridge

This historic bridge was built in the 14th century, and today is one of Prague’s most popular sites to visit. Spanning across the Vltava river, this bridge allows you a perfect view of this gorgeous city. Walking the bridge at night is Vinnie Can GO’s favorite thing to do in town!


Prague Astronomical Clock

This clock in the Old Town Square is over 600 years old, making it the oldest astronomical clock operating in the world and the crown jewel of the city. Every hour, moving figures of the Apostles and other sculptures come to life to perform a show for spectators in the square. Local legend says that Prague will suffer if the clock is neglected, showing how revered this mystical clock is.


The Lennon Wall

The Lennon Wall has been covered in layers upon layers of graffiti since the 1980s when it was a source of irritation for the communist government. The theme is John Lennon, and the lyrics of the Beatles. The wall has also been the starting point for numerous student protests, and has become a symbol in counterculture movements.


There are many ways to take in the beauty of Prague. This city’s history is one of the biggest parts of its charm, so you’d be remiss not to take part in one of the many fantastic tours offered in the city. For an informative and entertaining free walking tour, check out Sandemans, which offers multiple popular daily tours that will get you to all the main sites. Walking not your style? There are also plenty of segway tours that will send you zipping through the city. If you’re looking for something more delicious, Taste of Prague is a popular option that will allow you to sample Czech cuisine, and great for groups.

While Czech beer is known the world over, Czech food is one of the globe’s most underrated. Whether you’re looking for traditional cuisine or something more modern, Vinnie Van GO has put together a guide to his favorite spots.


V Zátiší

If you’re looking for an upscale atmosphere, this elegant space offers one of the best in Prague. The menu is global, so if dumplings aren’t your thing, this menu will surely have something for everyone. This is one of the city’s best, so call ahead!

Address:
Liliová 216/1
110 00 Praha 1-Staré Město, Czechia


Mlýnec

This restaurant is another gem. The contemporary interior houses the best modern take on traditional Czech dishes. There are large windows to take in the expansive views, and often live jazz performances.

Address:
Novotného lávka 199/9
110 00 Praha 1-Staré Město, Czechia


St. Martin

For something traditional, affordable and delicious, St. Martin is a cozy option that is also vegetarian friendly. Perfect for a date or family meal, this one is not to be missed!

Address:
Vlashska 358/7
Praha 1 -Malá Strana, Prague 118 00, Czech Republic



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