9 Places to Visit in Prague|Take a Model Course to Enjoy Prague Overnight or 2 Days

Prague is a safe city, inexpensive, and has a lovely cityscape. If possible, we would like to spend a week or so in Prague, but many people may not be able to spend more than a few days in Prague when visiting other countries.

If you are planning to visit Prague, please refer to this article.

9 Places You Must Visit! 9 Places to Visit in Prague

1. Sightseeing in Prague starts at Charles Bridge

The most famous sightseeing spot in Prague is the Charles Bridge. You can start your sightseeing in Prague by crossing this bridge.

As it is a large bridge, it is a free space where you can find street performances and jazz music on the bridge, as well as people drawing portraits and selling handmade postcards. Just walking slowly on the lively bridge is fun, and I think it is a place where you can get a taste of the cheerful atmosphere of Prague.


There are also a total of 30 holy statues lined up on the Charles Bridge, 15 on each side of the bridge, and they are a sight to behold.

2. See the breathtakingly beautiful Prague Astronomical Clock

After crossing the Charles Bridge, you are already in Prague’s Old Town. The center of Prague’s Old Town is registered as a World Heritage Site as a historic district, which is unique in the world.

First of all, let’s go see the Prague Astronomical Clock, the symbol of the city.

The Astronomical Clock in Prague is so beautiful that many people find it hard to look at. The amazing thing about this astronomical clock is that it was made in 1410.

It seems to have been made just after the invention of mechanical clocks.

There is also a trick that the 12 apostles appear every noon from 9 to 21. It’s a trick that is over in a flash, but every noon there is a crowd of people around the clock tower.

If you are in Prague’s historic center, be sure to stop by the Astronomical Clock every noon.

3. Climb up to the Old Town Hall for a view of Prague

When you are done watching the karakuri of the Astronomical Clock, you can climb up to the Old Town Hall. There is a place to buy tickets right next to the Astronomical Clock, and you can take the elevator up.

As expected, the old town is recognized as a World Heritage Site, and you can see the cute town from above. This is the first time I’ve seen it.

Prague is a city of many towers, so many that it is called the “city of a hundred towers”. The most famous of these towers is the Old Town Hall Tower, so if you want to see Prague from a good vantage point without getting tired, you should definitely climb it.

4. Don’t miss Prague Castle, the largest and oldest castle in the world

Prague Castle is listed in the Guinness Book of Records as the world’s largest and oldest castle.

It’s a great way to see the world. The castle is the largest in the world and the oldest in the world.

The entire area of Prague Castle is currently used as the Presidential Palace. Many parts of the castle are open to tourists, so I’ll introduce some of the places you can visit in the Prague Castle area.

5. St. Vitus Cathedral, with its shining stained glass windows

Located inside Prague Castle, St. Vitus Cathedral is the largest church in Prague. Some parts of the church are free to visit, so be sure to go inside.

The main attraction is the red, blue, and yellow stained glass.

Some of the stained glass, created by painter Mischa, drew particularly large crowds.

6. A golden pathway lined with small, cute houses

The Golden Lane is a series of small houses that you have to stoop down to enter and stores selling Prague goods.

The charm is the colorful little houses that look like something out of a fairy tale.

The charm is the colorful little houses that look like something out of a fairy tale, and the delicate Czech bead accessories and pottery that can be purchased inside. The prices are not expensive, so be sure to find something you like.

7. Find Prague souvenirs at Havel Market

Havel Market is the best place to buy souvenirs of Prague. Havel Market is the place to go.

The Havel Market is a collection of souvenir shops where you can shop at reasonable prices.

You can find most of Prague’s souvenirs at Havel Market.

Magnets, clocks, bookmarks, and notebooks modeled after the famous astronomical clock are all tasteful and cute souvenirs of Prague.

8. Wenceslas Square, a place of historical significance that was the center of the Prague Spring activities

Wenceslas Square was the center of activity during the Prague Spring of 1968.

Many of the pro-democracy protesters held speeches and demonstrations in Wenceslas Square.

Today, it is a lively place with many restaurants and souvenir shops. There are also a few cafes and hamburger shops, so it is a great place to take a break.

9. The two large towers are the landmarks. Teen Association

The Týn Association is marked by two large towers. It is a prominent building in Prague’s Old Town, along with the Old Town Hall.

The church has a pipe organ and masses are held on weekends, so if you are visiting Prague on the weekend, check it out.

Give yourself two days for sightseeing in Prague

It is possible to visit Prague in as little as two days. But the streets are just so cute and there are so many grocery stores and cafes to visit.

So, if time permits, it’s better to spend three days or more to explore the city and take your time.

Sightseeing in Prague in 2 days

▼ Day 1: Mainly visit Prague Castle.
▼ Day 2: Visit other churches and general stores.

If you are planning to visit Prague in two days, you should prepare one day to visit Prague Castle as the main attraction.

Prague Castle is a large site, and it will take you half a day to visit all the churches and the Royal Palace. Also, in winter, ticket sales end at 4:00 p.m., so you can’t visit churches in the evening.

Therefore, it is better to go to Prague Castle in the morning and spend half a day there.

Model course if you only have one day to visit Prague

If you only have one day to explore Prague, I recommend the following course. All of them can be done on foot, and there are no tourist fees.

1) Start sightseeing from Charles Bridge.
2) Go to Havel Market to look for souvenirs of Prague.
3) Admire the Prague Astronomical Clock.
4) Visit Prague Castle and St. Vitus Cathedral for free.

The above four places are all you need to know.

Most places in Prague can be reached on foot! Streetcars are also convenient

How do I get around Prague? Prague is a small city, so you can walk to and from Charles Bridge, the Old Town, and Prague Castle if you want to.

The most convenient way to get around Prague is by streetcar, and an unlimited streetcar ticket costs about 1,500 yen for three days. You can buy a 3-day ticket and take the streetcar when you get tired of walking around the city, as it is not expensive.

What to do when sightseeing in Prague

Prague is a very safe place compared to other places in Western Europe such as France and Italy. This is because Prague itself is a small city with very little crime.

However, even though Prague is a relatively safe city, the probability of getting into danger increases in places where people gather.

In particular, there are many Japanese who have been pickpocketed at Charles Bridge, and Prague Central Station is the largest station in Prague with many train lines, so be careful.

If you have time, take a short trip from Prague to Cesky Krumlov

If you are visiting the Czech Republic, I recommend that you go not only to Prague but also to Cesky Krumlov.

Cesky Krumlov is like something out of a fairy tale, with the entire town registered as a World Heritage Site.

The streets of Prague are cute, of course, but Cesky Krumlov has more of an otherworldly atmosphere, like something out of a storybook, so if you like cute and colorful streets, this is the place for you.

It’s about three hours from Prague by bus or train each way. If you go in the morning, you can come back in a day. It’s a great place to visit if you have time.

If you have time, please take a trip to Cesky Krumlov.

Please check out the following article for a report on Cesky Krumlov.
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Summary: Prague is perfect for a girls’ trip! Enjoy walking around the city

Prague is a city that captures a girl’s heart with its cute streets, sundries, and souvenirs.

It’s great to take a trip to all the tourist spots, but why not take it easy and enjoy walking around the city at your leisure?

You’re sure to find your favorite café or general store!


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