Our Complete Prague Travel Tips and FAQ guide

Thinking of a holiday in the iconic Czech city of Prague? Find all of the Prague travel tips that you need for a first time or returning visit right here! This vibrant capital is not only cheap to visit, it has plenty of historic attractions, pretty scenery and lots to do for a long weekend away. An excellent place to visit in the summer whilst the temperatures soar to the mid 20’s and a winter wonderland in December, you can visit any time and expect a great trip!

We’ve assembled the answers to the most asked questions for a trip to Prague, designed to help you plan your holiday and inspire you to try something new!

Top general questions

Top travel questions for Prague - shows Old Town Square

Prague Vaclav International Airport is around 17km away from the city centre Old Town Square and there are multiple ways to get there.

Taxi / Uber – An official airport taxi from outside the terminal will cost you around 600 CZK (roughly £20) for the one-way trip to the city centre, and will take just under half an hour. Expect Uber to be slightly cheaper than this – simply order when you get outside and wait at the pick-up area.

Ordering a shuttle transfer in advance – A cheaper way to travel by car or minivan is to book an airport transfer in advance using Skyscanner’s comparison service. Shared transport with other passengers’ costs as little as £3, whilst a private car is £13, which is still cheaper than an airport taxi! This is our preferred option for time saving and value. Your choice will all depend on how many people you’re travelling with!

Compare airport transfers on Skyscanner

Public transport – Prague’s public transport system is excellent. Board the number 119 bus at the stop outside the terminal building and onwards to the Nove Butovice Metro station. From here you can catch a quick subway ride to anywhere in the city and it’ll only cost you a few pounds.

Unless you plan on visiting other areas outside of Prague, car rental isn’t recommended. Whilst in Prague city, everything is central and within walking distance. On the occasion you want to venture out, Uber is very affordable and easy to use.

If you’re staying in the city centre, everything should be within walking distance and we recommend staying as close to the Old Town Square as you can. If you wish to venture to the outskirts of the city or your legs are tired, Prague’s tram and subway city is quick and easy to use. Uber is also very affordable. Find out more information on getting around in Prague on the Czech tourism website here.

Uber is the recommended taxi service in Prague. Cars are in plentiful supply and you’ll avoid the chance of getting ripped off, which is possible in normal city cabs. Journeys are some of the cheapest in Europe and most trips within the city centre will cost less than £10. Use Uber’s fare estimator for an accurate price for your trip.

The local currency is called Czech Koruna. At the time of writing you can get around 30 CZK for 1 GBP. Check out the latest exchange rate here.

Whilst it’s not as cheap as it once was, Prague still remains one of the cheapest city breaks in Europe and your money will stretch further than many other nearby destinations. See below for some typical costs when you’re out and about. As always, attractions, bars and restaurants will cost more in the centre of all the tourist action and near the main points of interest. See below for some typical spending costs:

  • 500ml beer – ~£1.50
  • Main meal with drink and dessert – ~£10
  • Bottle of water – ~£0.50
  • Bottle of decent wine – ~£6
  • 3-day unlimited public transport pass – ~£3.10
  • Traditional sausage in bun from the Old Town Square – ~£1.40
  • Hand scooped ice cream (2 scoops) – ~£1.50
  • 20-minute Uber ride – ~£8 – 10

Prague is a city of seasons. The autumn and winter are cold, cascading a layer of frost over the river, bridges and historic buildings, whilst the summer can see temperatures reaching the high 20’s, making it a nice place to go for long walks and to enjoy the parks. Visit between April and September for warm to hot temperatures and outside of these months for chillier temperatures where you’ll need a coat.

See below for the average monthly temperatures:



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Personally, we think there’s two excellent times to visit Prague, the first being late November/early December where the Christmas markets are in full swing and the city is decorated in frost and festive cheer. For warmer weather, perfect for sightseeing and relaxing, the months of April – June are ideal. July and August are busier and more expensive months to visit.

Although Prague is a cheap city to visit for accommodation and spending whilst you’re there, flights can still be the same as any other European destination and expensive during peak periods.

For tips on booking your holiday for the best prices or finding a last-minute deal, check out our ultimate booking guide here.

Activities and excursions

Things to do in Prague - shows Prague castle and river

The amount of activities and sights on offer in Prague could keep you going for a full week! Here are some of the must-sees to take top priority during your stay.


  1. Visit Prague Castle

  2. Take pictures alongside the colourful John Lennon Wall

  3. Pick up street food and drinks at the market stalls in the Old Town Square and admire the Astronomical Clock

  4. Walk across the beautiful St Charles Bridge

  5. Take a trip through history in the Prague Jewish Quarter

  6. Go for a bike ride and picnic in Letna Park

  7. Take a ride to the top of Petrin Hill for the best views

  8. Board a river cruise down the Vltava

  9. Taste the local beers and experience the vibrant nightlife

  10. Stop by one of the many museums. Our favourites are Lobkowicz Palace Art Museum, National Memorial to the Heroes of the Heydrich Terror Crypt and The Lego Museum

Done with sightseeing and fancy doing something more exhilarating or challenging? See below for our top Prague adventure activities, perfect for a Stag-do or group trip.


  1. Go Karting

  2. Shooting range

  3. Zorbing

  4. Beer bike tour

  5. Room Escape game

  6. Mountain Biking in the Jeseniky Mountains

Sometimes a tour is the best way to see a city, learning about sights and all the hidden spots with a local as a guide. That’s definitely the case in Prague and we have some brilliant tour suggestions from our own experiences.


E-bike tour – Take a scenic tour around the city centre and up to the top of the hill of Letna Park for some amazing views of the city. E-bikes are easy to ride and won’t leave you tired! We recommend booking a tour with Praha Bike.

Free walking tour of the old town centre – Check out Free Walking Tour Prague for a zero cost but highly informative tour of the main sights in the Old Town area.

Prague castle tour – Whilst you can see some sights by yourself without a guide, sometimes it’s well taking time to understand the rich history of the site from a knowledgeable local. We recommend this Free Prague Castle Walking Tour. Be sure to book in advance.

Day trip to Dresden concentration camp – Fancy an excursion further afield? A trip to the gloomy but historically important concentration camp of Dresden is an eye-opening and interesting day out that looks at the dark past of Czech ruling under Nazi Germany. We recommend this tour featured on Viator.

For more tour ideas, visit Viator’s Prague excursions page, where you can browse reviews and book tours online.

Pro-tip: One of our must-do Prague travel tips is to book all planned tours in advance of arrival. It’s sometimes cheaper and you guarantee your place.

Although everyone will enjoy many of the activities we’ve already mentioned above, the below attractions are particularly good for families with kids of all ages.

  1. Take a trip to Prague Zoo

  2. Have a picnic in one of the many parks – Petrin Hill, Stromovka Park or Letna Park

  3. Visit Children’s Island Playground

  4. Explore the river on a boat

  5. Visit the Lego Museum

  6. Indulge in the amazing local food, including waffles, pastries, ice cream and other sweet treats

  7. Embrace the festive cheer at Prague’s Christmas Market (Late November – December only)

Make your trip to Prague a romantic one. Celebrate an anniversary, plan a special birthday for your partner or simply enjoy a romantic weekend away in the city. Here are some of the top things to do for couples.


  1. Hop aboard a horse and carriage for a romantic tour of the Old Town

  2. Take pictures under the moonlight on Charles Bridge

  3. Gaze out at the amazing views from the best viewpoints in the city:

    • Petrin Hill Tower

    • Žižkov Television Tower viewing deck

    • Letna Park terraces

  1. Symbolise your love on love-lock bridge by attaching your own padlock

  2. Take a romantic sunset cruise down the river

  3. Celebrate an evening at the Opera

  4. Go jewellery shopping in Prague’s many Garnat Jewellery stores

  5. Go out for a nice evening meal in a classical restaurant

Where to stay

Shows Prague architecture - Best Prague hotels

Prague is split into 10 different zones, and similar to London, the further you move away from the centre, the higher the zone number, with 1 being the city centre and 10 being the outskirts of Prague.

We recommend staying in zone 1. It covers 3 main areas and all attractions will be within walking distance. Unlike other cities, you’ll find cheap hotels and apartments even in the prime locations. One of our top Prague travel tips is to stay as central as possible for easy access to the attractions.

Here are the 3 main areas in zone 1 where you should consider staying:


Prague Old Town – The central district and oldest area of the city. Many attractions, bars, restaurants and market stalls are centred around here, as well as the Christmas market.


The Lesser Town and Castle – On the other side of the river from the Old Town sits the Lesser Town. These quaint, narrow and cobbled streets are a quieter place to spend your time and you’ll find some nice apartments overlooking the river. You’re also a short walk from Prague Castle and Petrin Hill.


Prague New Town – Centred around Wencelas Square, the New Town is a vibrant and louder area of the city with plenty of bars and restaurants. You’re also within a walk of some of Prague’s key castles and other attractions. Accommodation options are plentiful, from luxury to budget.

The great thing about luxury hotels in Prague is that they’re a fraction of the price of other European cities. Go 5-star with our below hotel picks.


Four Seasons Prague

View on Booking.com | 5 stars | 5/5 TripAdvisor Rating

OK, so it seems the Four Seasons is always super-expensive, no matter the city. For guaranteed luxury from one of the world’s top 5-star hotel brands, look no further than the Four Seasons. The hotel is both contemporary and colourful and it has a prime location overlooking the river.


Hotel Savoy

View on Booking.com | 4 stars | 4.5/5 TripAdvisor Rating

Packed with facilities from a well-known brand, the Savoy is one of the best-located boutique hotels in Prague. Although it’s in the centre of the action, it has no shortage of 5-star experiences, including a spa, rooftop terraces and very spacious suites.


Hotel Kings Court

View on Booking.com | 5 stars | 4.5/5 TripAdvisor Rating

If you want a traditional looking and central hotel with a modern yet quirky interior, Hotel Kings Court is calling your name. Boasting a swimming pool, casino, spa and gym, it’s the perfect place to relax after a busy day of sightseeing. You won’t want to leave your hotel!

There’s no shortage of cheap but excellent accommodation in Prague and you won’t need to travel far outside of the centre to find it! We’ve assembled some of the top-rated hotels that are less than £60 per night on most evenings. Prices will be even cheaper if you travel mid-week or outside of peak holiday seasons.


Dahlia Inn

View on Booking.com | 3 stars | 4.5/5 TripAdvisor Rating

Dahlia Inn is one of the best located affordable hotels and there isn’t really anything budget about it. The rooms are nice, staff are friendly and you’ll get everything you need from a 3-star hotel. Check out the reviews and see how top-rated this place is.


Aparthotel City 5

View on Agoda.com | 3 stars | 5/5 TripAdvisor Rating

This hotel has some of the best reviews for any accommodation in the city and it’s very affordable. Located in the Lesser Town area of Prague just across the river, it’s a place for those that want peace and quiet away from the Old Town Centre. Expect quaint cafes and alleyways and a hotel with a sense of community.


Hotel International Prague

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A grandeur hotel with nice gardens and an outdoor area, Hotel International is just outside of the action but within easy access to the main attractions. Providing great value for those that like large hotels, a stay here feels anything but budget.


We also recommend private apartment rentals if you’re looking to save money. You get a much larger living space and prices are often cheaper than hotels. Compare all Prague apartment rentals on Booking.com here.  For even cheaper accommodation options, see our hostel recommendations below.

Whilst hotels and apartments can be pretty cheap in Prague, nothing beats the welcoming atmosphere of a hostel. It’s a great way to meet people, whether you’re travelling alone or with a friend. Prague is a city where the hostel world is thriving, meaning you have plenty of options to choose from. Here are some of our favourites:


Charles Bridge Economic Hostel

View on Booking.com | 2 stars | 4.5/5 TripAdvisor Rating

As one of the top-rated hostels in Prague, this place feels like a family community from the moment you enter. The décor is traditional with wood furnishings and it has some nice added extras. Explore the city from this central location and return home to a friendly atmosphere.


The MadHouse Prague

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As its name eludes to, The Madhouse is one of the prime hostels for having a fun time, whether that’s meeting other travellers and doing a spot of sightseeing or some classic drinking games before hitting the bars. The atmosphere is friendly and lively.


Ahoy! Hostel

View on Booking.com |  4.5/5 TripAdvisor Rating

Basic yet trendy and with one of the best locations for a hostel in the city, Ahoy is a brand that never fails to impress. Dorm beds are basic but comfortable and private rooms are available too. Use the communal kitchen to make a meal or enjoy a few drinks with fellow travellers before a night out.

What makes a hotel romantic? It’s the classy interior, the cosy ambience and facilities such as large rooms with a bath, a spa and picturesque surroundings to enjoy in the company of your partner. These hotels have exactly that!


Hotel Paris

View on Booking.com | 5 stars | 4.5/5 TripAdvisor Rating

Bearing the classic look of 1980’s Paris, Hotel Paris is finely decorated throughout and the interior looks just as good as its fine façade. Couples can expect to feel like royalty staying here, indulging in fine dinners, relaxing in the spa or taking a bath with candles in the large contemporary bathrooms.


Buddha-Bar Hotel

View on Booking.com | 5 stars | 4.5/5 TripAdvisor Rating

Buddha Bar is one of our favourite luxury boutiques because of its bold Asian theme. The rooms are decorated red with hand-painted dragons and even the bathtub is themed. Stay here for a romantic setting that that’s far-east style from start to finish.


Alchymist Prague Castle Suites

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For a truly romantic getaway to make you feel like king and queen, Alchymist Prague Castle Suites couldn’t be a better option. These eccentric suites look like the interior of a castle, and they’re located just next door to Prague’s main castle. Take advantage of the spacious and finely decorated rooms and pop to the spa for a couples’ massage.

Rather than staying in a hotel, we actually recommend booking multiple apartments within the city centre. It’s a lot better value when staying in a group and you’ll have more space to relax. Many apartment complexes have adjacent apartment options so all of your group stays together.

View the best group apartments on Booking.com.

Eating out


Czech food in restaurants is the cheapest meal option, costing around £5.50 for a main meal and other European and international cuisine averages a few pounds more than that. You can comfortably have a nice dinner with drinks, a main and dessert for under £12 per person, however it all depends on what you order! Fresh fish and steak is more expensive than other dishes but still cheaper than you’ll find elsewhere in Western Europe.

The best restaurants in the city really depends on what type of cuisine you fancy! We’ve put together a list of top restaurants across different cuisines to inspire you.


U Kroka

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It would be a crime to come to Prague and not try some hearty local Czech food, and this is the place where you should let your taste-buds run free. U Kroka is a rustic tavern style Czech restaurant with finely presented dishes and very reasonable prices.


Mlynec Restaurant

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If exquisite fine-dining style food is what excites your palette and you’re looking for an ambient restaurant with beautifully presented and tasteful food, Mlynec is a top contender for best fine dining restaurant in the city. It’s also excellent for a special occasion dinner.


Wine O’Clock Shop Prague

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This small but alluring restaurant has plenty of character! Tucked away in the Old Town, an evening here involves tasting delicious but reasonably priced wine in an ambient setting, alongside some top-notch food. Make sure you make a reservation; it can get very busy and seats are limited!


Gran Fierro

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A short walk south of the New Town, Gran Fierro is a somewhat hidden but excellent restaurant where you’ll find excellent steak and wine for a fraction of the price of more central tourist restaurants. The atmosphere is relaxed but classy and we love the modern-art style of décor. Our top pick.

Whilst Prague restaurants are cheap in general compared to Western Europe, the below eateries are our top picks for super-cheap but top food, great for a quick lunch or casual meal before venturing to the bars.


Johnny Pizza

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Fancy a quick cheap eat for a lunch on the go or before your night out? Johnny Pizza is a no-frills pizza shack serving up huge slices of delicious pizza. You can also get a large to takeaway and eat in your hotel room.


U Magistra Kelly

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Are you wondering where the locals of Prague go for great food at ‘local’ prices? Just west of the Old Town on the other side of the river and a short walk from the castle, U Magistra is what Czech dining is all about. It serves up rich and meaty Czech food at low prices and the restaurant environment is very traditional.


Sad Man’s Tongue Bar & Bistro

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‘What are the best burgers in Prague?’ you may ask. Without a shadow of a doubt it has to be this place, and the reviews don’t lie! Feast on a meaty gem of a burger with all of the fillings you could wish for, served with hand-cut chips. Enjoy a beer and a burger in a rustic-style restaurant.

From celebrating anniversaries to proposing or just enjoying a date night, Prague is a city of romance and it has some idyllic restaurants to enjoy the company of your partner. See our top picks for romantic Prague restaurants below:


Czech Slovak Restaurant Lounge Bar

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When in Prague with your partner, you want to go to one of the most romantic local restaurants, right? The low-lit dining room and lounge of Czech Slovak is a place to enjoy beautifully presented local dishes under candlelight with a glass of wine. Take a stroll to the nearby Charles Bridge after dinner for one of the most romantic views in the city.



View map location  |  Website |  Tripadvisor Rating 4.5/5

For riverside dining on the finer end of the scale, Bellevue is the best place to spend your last night in Prague, propose or celebrate an anniversary. Expect exquisite fine dining in an ambient setting overlooking the Vltava River. One of the finest quality restaurants in Prague, but also expensive.


Zlata Praha Restaurant

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What makes Zlata Praha special is its prime rooftop location overlooking the Old Town. On warm evenings you can dine on the outdoor balcony under the stars but you’ll have a nice view no matter where you sit. Dishes are presented beautifully and they do very good desserts!

Eastern European food is notoriously hearty and meaty, meaning you’ll easily find a good steak in Prague. Here’s a collection of the top steakhouses based on user reviews and our own experience.


Gran Fierro

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A short walk south of the New Town, Gran Fierro is a somewhat hidden but excellent restaurant where you’ll find excellent steak and wine for a fraction of the price of more central tourist restaurants. The atmosphere is relaxed but classy and we love the modern-art style of décor. Our top pick.


Beef Bar Prague

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Beef Bar is busy all evening long and a reservation is recommended. The no frills underground interior has a relaxed environment where meat lovers rejoice at the open steak counter. Pull up a seat in a booth or at a quirky beer barrel table and order a steak of your choice, served simply with a side on a wooden board.


George Prime Steak

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For the ultimate steakhouse experience with the finest cuts of meat, George Prime is the place to go. Whilst it’s one of the more expensive steak restaurants in Prague, the classy atmosphere and top-notch cuts of meat are worth trying if you’re a steak lover. Save this one for a special occasion!

Just because Czech food is known to be meat-heavy and rich, it doesn’t mean you won’t find great vegetarian or vegan food here. Prague is a city where tourist and locals blend and there’s plenty of demand for meat-less meals, and most restaurants will have a veggie option. Here are our favourite speciality vegan/vegetarian restaurants.


Vegan’s Restaurant Prague

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Tucked away on a side street just down the steps from the castle, Vegan’s Restaurant Prague is quite possibly the best vegan and vegetarian speciality restaurant in the city. Vegetarian or not, you’ll love the food on offer here. They have gluten free and veggie options for local cuisine and international and dishes are beautifully presented. It’s also very reasonably priced!


Lehka Hlava

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Lehka Hlava isn’t strictly vegan/vegetarian but it has plenty of dishes for diets of all types, perfect if you’re travelling with a group of friends that have different appetites. You’ll find vegetarian and vegan twists of Czech and wider European cuisines and there’s lots to choose from.

Trdelník – Quite possibly our favourite pastry treat ever, Trdelník is doughnut like swirls of doughy bread, dipped in sugar and often served with ice cream. After trying one you’ll want them every day! Big enough to share but will you really want to do that?

Guláš – Although it originated in Hungary as Hungarian Goulash, Guláš has been a staple in the Prague diet for many years. Often served in a giant bread roll, this thick gravy stew is filling, tasty and served with dumplings.

Grilované Klobásy – Grilled sausage, or ‘Grilované Klobásy’ can be seen on street stalls in the Old Town Square, but also as a main meal in restaurants. These thick pork or beef sausages are grilled and covered in a variety of sauces. Served with bread, sauerkraut and salad.



The best bars in Prague will heavily depend on the atmosphere you want. Are you going for relaxed low-key cocktails and a chat or a lively dance and party until the hours? See below for the best of both!


Relaxed cocktail bars

Gin & Tonic Club – View on map

Flavoured gin and tonic’s served in giant fish-bowl glasses are all the rage these days and as its name suggests, Gin & Tonic Club is the place to go to sample them! The bar has an outdoor chill-out area that’s perfect for those warm summer nights or a day of drinking in the sun.


Bugsy’s Bar – View on map

For a high-class evening out, dress to impress and head on down to Bugsy’s, un underground ‘1920’s’ style cocktail and cigar bar. Lay back with a whisky on the rocks or a tasty cocktail, listen to the jazz music and chat with friends. It’s a bar with character, ideal for a post-dinner drink.


Anonymous Bar – View on map

Fancy a quirky and unique nightlife experience in Prague? Wander up a dark and narrow alley in the Old Town and you’ll be greeted with a big wooden door. Peer inside and you’ll find a rustic cocktail bar with chandeliers and bartenders hand crafting drink concoctions. The coolest thing about this place? Everyone wears ‘V for Vendetta Guy Fawkes’ masks; seriously!


Lively Bars

Harley’s Bar – View on map

The grunge-style rock bar of Harley’s comes alive on an evening. Ease through the dimly lit staircase into a smoky bar playing pop and rock tunes. It’s alternative, edgy and the drinks are cheap! It’s a good bar to visit before hitting a nightclub.


Chapeau Rouge – View on map

If you’d prefer a bar/club environment rather than going to a dance super club, Chapeau Rouge is a good balance and drinks are significantly cheaper than the main clubs! It has 3 floors of lively bars and dancefloors with coloured lights, and a vibrant mix of locals and tourists.


Dejavu Music Club – View on map

Another lively bar/club with loud pop and dance music that’ll have you on the dancefloor until 3am is Dejavu. Its central Old Town location is easy to get to so you won’t need to venture far for a good night out! It’s large, colourful and full of character.

If you want to party until the early hours in a huge dance club, Prague has many to choose from. The vibe here is much louder and club-style than the bars mentioned above and they often welcome many international DJ’s. However, as expected with a club, drinks prices and entry fees are higher.


Karlovy Lazne – View on map

If you have a friend that’s visited Prague or you’ve been researching nightlife, you’ve probably heard of Karlovy Lazne. It remains the largest club in central Europe and is made up of 5 floors, each offering different types of music. Be sure to arrive early as the queue can get pretty long.


Mecca – View on map

If you like Electric Dance and House Music, Mecca is where you should end your night. This exclusive dance club has futuristic white décor throughout and talented DJ’s playing the latest techno tunes. Check their website for the latest events and club nights.


Roxy – View on map

The coolest thing about this club is the quirky decoration and art throughout. It sets a trendy tone for your night out and the lighting effects are awesome. Dress to impress and hit this exclusive spot until the early hours. They also have live music events here so check what’s on during your stay!

As Prague is big on its nightlife, there are a few big bar crawls operating within the city centre, touring the liveliest bars and getting you involved in fun games and activities.

Our bar crawl of choice is the Drunken Monkey bar crawl. It’s one of the largest crawls available and runs every evening, 365 days of the year. Depending on how busy it is, you could join a group of sometimes 100+ people, touring the bars, taking advantage of inclusive drinks and ending your night in a lively club. It’s a great way to meet other tourists and the crowd tends to be on the younger side – 18-30’s.

Find out more and buy tickets on their website.

Alternatively, if you’re travelling in a big group, you may want to organise a private bar crawl with a guide. We recommend Prague Pub Crawl.cz.

Pilsner Urquell is Prague’s most known brand of lager beer and you’ll find it in most bars. You’ll also find Krusovice lager readily available in most bars and then more craft-style beers available in bottles or on tap. Czech beer is notably stronger than lager’s you might usually have.

Here’s our personal ranking of the main beers in Prague:

  1. Staropramen
  2. Budvar
  3. Pilsner Urquell
  4. Krusovice

To try a full selection of local beers, including lagers, ales, stouts and IPA’s, stop by the Prague Beer Museum. You can order flights of all of the different types of beers.

That concludes our super-long frequently Prague travel tips guide, answering the top things visitors want to know before arrival. Do you have a question that wasn’t answered in our guide or do you need some help planning your trip? Get in touch! We’ve been to the city many times and would be happy to help!


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