At the heart of Czech Republic lies the hundred-towered Prague, mysterious and full of history. Whether you are from Prague or elsewhere, this historic city always retains its mystique and renders it a must-visit area while journeying through the country. Especially at this present moment, without an influx of tourists from all over the world, this is the ideal time to visit Prague or, even if you are a native of Prague, explore your city. When else will you see Prague’s streets again without the herds of photographing tourists from Japan, the groups of Chinese folks whose guides carry an umbrella over their heads, or perhaps without loud German groups saying goodbye to their freedom?
In Prague, everyone can do their own unique exploration and there will always be some corner of the city that you have yet to discover! If you are looking for a culinary experience, great bars, or are longing for tapping into the richness of its history, you will certainly enjoy yourself in Prague. Follow in the footsteps of famous personalities who walked through Prague, such as Ticho de Brahe, Amadeus Mozart or Franz Kafka.
Get inspired by this sample itinerary for an extended weekend in Prague:
If you feel adventurous for an alternative party, take an Uber to Ankali (usually techno, but check out the events)
If you do not want to spend the whole weekend in Prague, stay at St. Havel Castle. During the day you can go fishing and other activities, and in the evening head out into the city center.