Prague is almost unfair in the great amount of choices it gives you. There are simply so many beautiful things to visit and admire that it seems almost impossible for anyone to experience everything this city has to offer in a short period of time.
The food is wonderful, the inhabitants are one of the nicest we've seen (with a big international flavor), and the architecture is simply amazing. I would give it an 11 on a scale of 10.
BEAUTIFUL. Love the souvenirs in prague compares to Budapest or even Austria. Prague is famous for Bohemian glass, sometimes referred to as Bohemia crystal, is glass produced in the regions of Bohemia and Silesia, now parts of the Czech Republic.
FOUND this shop MADE BY PRAHA located at CELETNA 28, Praha, 40m from old town square. The staff, Miguel German is very accommodative and patiently explain and gives good discounts.
You will love Prague, slowly... and slowly you will enjoy every single moment in Prague. But changing ther currency is tricky, you will need to ask exactly how much you are getting before you hand over your money.
The reason is sometimes the rates will turn out different and you will not be able to get refund. In short, enjoy the cheap beer there!
Prague is a city based on simplicity, natural beauty and rich history. From what I have heard, this country is a lot cheaper to reside in compared to the likes of Berlin and that's saying something.
There is a lot of diversity which is an absolute must for any city and the opera scene there is also worthwhile.
We found Prague to be steeped in old world culture while being very modern in most all ways. Everyone we encountered was friendly and most individuals we met spoke at least basic English.
Many spoke excellent English. While we expected to drive our rental car around the city, in-fact we never used the rental car during our stay. Public transit is modern, convenient, simple to figure out, and reasonably priced. While the Czech Republic's currency is Czech Crowns, prices are very reasonable compared to the Euro.
Staying 3- 5 nights will be optimal in this city as that gives you the chance to travel out of the city to other smaller towns such as calvory vary and visit the moses crystal factories.
2 days to cover prague city itself would be adequate. However, one downside of thsi city is that waiters actually demand for tips, that puts us off a little as we would like to give it at our free will.
Prague is a magical city with beautiful architecture , cathedrals, spires, bazaars, cobbled streets -really charming, a medieval city you will want to go yet again!
It was very beautiful with the paintings and the sculptures on the buildings to still stand after all these years knowing Prague wasn't hit during the war.
As my Grandparents were from the Cezch. republic I want to come back soon and explore more, Would be awesome to find my family if I still have any realation there.
Romantic city. manageable by foot most of the time. Charles bridge was great. Walking tours helps to add insight to the history of this beautiful city.
The city is (even middle of November which is not the main holiday season) very crowded with tourist, so at some main spots you have to queue up.
filled with thieves, so be careful, never put your bag on the floor, not even for a second. other than that, pretty romantic city for couples
A beautiful city to visit. Ideal for budget travelers. Accommodations and food is affordable and lots of historical sights to visit.
Great city. I wish I spent a week rather than 3 days. Many things : cultural, historical, night life, walking, running to offer
A beautiful Europe city, a good place for those who love to take pictures. Love the historical buildings, towers and churches.
Its a must see city, beautiful and full of lovely historical buildings, churches, castles and great beer halls and good food.
too touristy i.e. the prices are high. even mcdonald's charges customers who had purchased something to eat for using toilet.
very beautiful and the shops are opened even at night which is pretty good.
Stupendous architecture, bustling streets and an old world charm to go with excellent beer and a healthy dose of culture!
My visit to Prague was like stepping back in time to a story-like fantasy setting - if it weren't for all the tourists.
It's very picturesque and there's so much to see and do from typical cultural tours of palaces, churches, and museums to more quirky attractions like the museum of medieval torture! The food is fantastic and a great value especially if you're coming from the UK. The folk seem very friendly and despite it being a tourist area, there is still a relaxing, take-it-easy attitude. The metro is pretty easy to sort out and there are enough friendly locals that speak English and are willing to help out. I will definitely be returning.
A beautiful city indeed. Full of amazing medeival architecture and art. It is as rich in culture and heritage as Rome.
I had a great time in Prague as if it was a journey by a time machine to the past.
Lokal Restaurant is a must to dine there. Slavia Cafe & Restaurant is awesome to take a short break during the travel.
Give kiss to lover at Charles Bridge.
From the moment we arrived we notice how clean this city is. All the old buildings have been kept in wonderful repair.
The citizens of Prague are helpful and always smiling. We loved the city and want to go back again as we did not manage to see everything or night life because we were tired after sightseeing all day. I think at least a five night or more stay should be considered if you want to see and do everything. Wonderful, clean city.
It was a wonderful suprize and our favorite visit of our European travels stayed two days longer than we had planned.
Prague has so much to do. Several historical buildings and monuments. There are tons of museums and art exhibits.
Lots of shopping. The nightlife is awesome and the food is great. One of my favourite cities!
Prague is a "must see" city. It is a lot of old and historical buildings, good theaters and consert facilities.
If you like beer, you will love Prague. It is cheap and a lot of brands to choose among. You can also find very good restaurants from all parts of the world. I will recommend to visit the multimedia theater Laterna Magica close to the National Theater. They don't speak, only sing, so you don't have to understand any language. I also have a recomodation of a good restaurant. It is a bit difficult to fint, but worth it. Very good food and drinks at a reasonable price. It is "Sherwood Restaurant & Bar". The adress is: Opletova 19, New town. Not far from the metro station "Muzeum".
Prague is....simply magnificent. Go to the opera. Take a free walking-tour. Sip beer in the numerous bars.
Stroll on the Charles Bridge.
Very old city, however the tower and sculptures are black, the Prague government is supposed to clean it.
Rich culture. Nice weather. Relatively cheaper than most european countries so it's really affordable.
Historical sites abound and nearby city castle of emperor Charles good option for a one night retreat
A very nice and interesting city. Good for a long week-end. Most attractions within walking distance.
We liked just to walk along the streets and relax at the small cafes. Also good opportunities for shopping.