Prague Things To Do

Weekend In Prague: The Best Things To Do in Prague in 48 hours

Prague, in Eastern Europe, is one of the best weekend destinations that you would love to visit. If you have 2 days in hand for Prague then it is absolutely possible for you to take a quick tour of Prague and cover the best places in the golden city. Prague is one of the largest and most populated cities in the Czech Republic.

Prague Things To Do

Prague is a very photogenic city, with its Fairytale-like building structure and landscapes that mesmerize everyone. “The City of 100 Spires” is none other than Prague in the Czech Republic. If you are interested in the history and culture of a place must go for a visit to Prague in the Republic in 2020.

If you are planning for a trip to Europe, you must know that the whole of Europe is costly like anything but Prague is an exception. Prague is comparatively cheaper compared to any other European location. If you are visiting Europe in 2020 then make sure you include a visit to Prague.

The Best Things To Do in Prague:

Prague is a newly found weekend destination for me that I loved. If I get another chance I would love to take a visit to Prague for a longer time period, but for now here are some of the wonderful things I discovered about Prague.   Here are my recommendations for the best things to do in Prague so that you get the most out of your visit.

Let’s dive into details!

Day One at Prague

As soon as I arrived at the Václav Havel Airport, Prague which is in the near vicinity of the City Centre, I dropped my luggage at the hotel and set off to tour Prague city. I came across many hotels which will cater to our modern-day needs, with interiors and great rooms that have been crafted by Czech artists. The hotels in Czech are trendy, lively and well ventilated for a comfortable stay.

Prague City Walk

Once you set out in the city, it is recommended to go out on a walking tour which will give a great feel for the city. There are also some tour operators who offer hosted walks in the city who will plan a great walk for you and also how you might spend the next two days that you are going to stay in Prague.  Other options include purchasing a ticket to a hop-on-hop-off style bus tour or explore by the tram system.

Food in Prague

Prague Food

Then while taking a walking tour in the city you will be coming across some great food. There are some local Czech local food joints where you will be able to taste the best Czech food. Pork neck schnitzel, goulash, and homemade sausages are just some of what you can expect while you tour Czech in 2020.

Special Visits in Prague

After lunch, you can move towards Old Town Square, from this place you get a mass overview of the whole city and can also get an image of the place ready in the mind. This beautiful square is dated back to the 12th century, the view from this town square is such a spectacular vision and such a lovely thing to see.  Be sure to stop in front of the medieval clock tower and view the astronomical clock.  At the top of each hour from 9.00 a.m. to 11.00 p.m, watch the procession of the Twelve Apostles giving their blessing to all who wath.

Then arrives dinner time when again you can look for some cozy restaurants and have some delicious Czech food.

Day Two in Prague

Start your day with an excellent breakfast at a Prague cafe and other coffee shops.  After a hearty start, you can start by heading towards Prague Castle. The castle was founded around 880bc and it adds to the heritage of Unesco. You will have to devote at least 2 hours to explore this place completely. This place will leave you mesmerized as even I was awestruck in glee.

Prague Castle

Relax in Prague

By the time you visit the Prague castle, it will be lunchtime. Many restaurants in the city offer lunch specials allowing you to experience higher-end dining at a very cheap price. You can get lavish dining experiences of three courses at just $20, after which you can resume your walk of Prague.

After lunch, you can proceed towards the Jewish Quarter to experience a historic area of Prague.

Jewish Quarter Prague

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You will love to explore this place which also has back alleys.  The cemetery at Prague is very well known for being an extremely beautifully haunting place. This place is a must-visit place in Prague and this will ponder in your mind even after coming back to your busy life.


As the sun sets, you get back to your hotel area and you will get beautiful lit up view of Prague. You can then set in for the dinner and end your dinner with the locally branded cocktail.

A well-planned trip to Prague can give you a relaxed enjoyable tour of Prague for the weekend or longer. Make a plan for Prague today and set out as soon as possible because this is the best time of the year.



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