Sightseeing in Prague

Famously called "Jewel of the Crown" among central European countries, as well as one of the most stunning cities in the world, there is ample sightseeing in Prague. There’s something for everyone in this magical city, so you don’t want to miss any of the many highlights!

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Sightseeing spots in Prague

Famously called "Jewel of the Crown" among central European countries, as well as one of the most stunning cities in the world, there is a bunch of sightseeing in Prague. There’s something for everyone in this magical city, so you don’t want to miss any of the many highlights!

If you’re looking for sightseeing in Prague from above — then Hradcany, near Prague castle is the best place to start. You can capture the Vltava River and its bridges and a panoramic view across the ancient red rooftops. You can get there by taking tram 12,20,22,57, and getting off at Malostranské náměstí. Then just a short 10 minutes’ walk uphill!

If your idea of sightseeing in Prague is all about architecture — then go no further than the Old Town Square itself. Most of the buildings date back to medieval times and even earlier. The astronomical clock — is one of the most recognizable landmarks (in a place full of memorable landmarks!) If you’re after photos of the city, this is a can't-miss site.
After great Old Town Square cinematic photos? Then a handy hint is — go early and avoid heavy foot traffic during the daylight hours, or take some photos at night; there’s guaranteed to be a magical air absence from daylight.

The Old Town Hall tower provides the must-see view across Old Town Square. There’s an elevator so you don’t have to deal with the climb, but be prepared for it to be busy. Prague is always busy! The outlook though can be like a fairy-tale — especially at night or in snow. Even if you don’t want a photo, just go, and breathe in the majesty!

Letna park has a lovely view of the city and its bridges. It’s just a few minutes from Prague castle and you get to see most of the historical city center from here. The park’s a relaxed place to hang out in summer too. You get to the park via tram 5,12,18, 20, 57, and the nearest stop is Chotkovy sady.

If you’re after something artsier, then why not follow in the footsteps of the famous Czech artist and photographer Jan Saudek, who framed some of his classic compositions under and around the Charles Bridge. You’ll find that one of the best places for sightseeing in Prague and taking pictures of Charles Bridge is under it. From some spots you’ll also be able to catch one of the bridge towers or Prague castle in the background. The beautiful Gothic structure of Charles Bridge is by day a home to various artists and musicians. It transforms into a dreamlike atmosphere at night, offering views of the fairytale Prague Castle over the shimmering waters of the Vltava River. You get there by taking metro or tram 5,12,18,20 or 22, and the nearest stop is Malostranska. Then a short walk away is the bridge.

For a modern experience amongst historic architecture visit the Dancing House — its rooftop restaurant offers a stunning place for sightseeing in Prague, with fantastic views of the river and the city. The glass and steel structure with its daring curvy outline dominates the banks of Vltava River. A most original piece of modern architecture, this was nicknamed after the famous dancers Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire.

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Natasha Betty

Kickstart Berlin in 90 minutes

Betty was amazing. She was so informative and very engaging. She was able to answer our questions and very knowledgeable. 90 minutes went by pretty quick but we enjoyed the brisk walk. Highly recommend!

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Charmian Miyuru

A customized trip with Miyuru

I spent 6 hours with Miyuru on 31/5/18 and loved every minute of it.

I would not have tackled the bustling market area on my own but Miyuru encouraged me to interact with the locals, not to worry about my safety and wear a big smile.

Miyuru met me at the hotel and we took a short trip on a local, music blaring, packed bus. I was offered a seat by a seemingly poor, non English speaking woman and her elderly mother who passed the bus ride posing for photos with me and gifting me guavas. Very touching.

We walked the market streets past vendors of every type of goods you can imagine including some you can’t - vendors of second hand shoes, or trade a pair if you’d like!!! Than past food stalls, distributors, construction workers and to the markets, all featuring previously unknown varieties of pickles, fish, lentils, fruit, vegetables, spices. It being a food tour we ate and drank continuously, chatting, posing, questioning the vendors.

We ate a delicious lunch and went for a healing massage before heading back to the hotel by tuk tuk.

I loved it all but the absolute highlight for me was the interaction with the locals. I was blown away by how friendly they were to a foreigner even whilst franticly trying to eke out a living.

The trip with Miyuru, seeing his Colombo was educational, fun and delicious. Miyuru has a kind, gentle, compassionate manner always relating respectfully with the locals. He has a deep knowledge of and passion for food.

Awesome photos. Beautiful people, tasty food, I cannot recommend this trip highly enough. Do it!

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Thomas Isabel

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Isabel took us on an amazing tour and showed us the Paris we never would have discovered by ourselves. She knew her history and French cuisine. It was a culinary and cultural experience that we will never forget. And some of the places she showed us were so unique and lovely that we even went back to re-visit during our stay. (Among them the most amazing oysters we’ve had in our lives)
In addition she gave us some really good advice on other places to go and see, restaurants etc during the rest of our stay in Paris. If you want an intimate and fun tour you should definitely choose the exciting, down-to-earth artist that Isabel is. In the end of our lovely walk through Paris it felt like me and my fiancee had made a new friend.
Thousands of stars, and thank you again Isabel!
/Thomas (& Emmy)