The Best Events and Things to do in Prague

This article offers you a “Don’t Miss” list of things to do, so take your time to check our tips. Plan your trip around the best events in Prague, such as beer fests or Christmas markets, as this tourist destination with rich cultural heritage as the diversity you’ll encounter in this elegant capital city is impressive. Prague is one of our favorite cities in Europe, in both summer & winter, that is why we’ve made up a small list of things to do and events, for you.

 

First-time visitors, take note that many of the best places are often bypassed by tourist, so let us help you discover a new side of the city and even practice impressing the locals with a few Czech words. On our list, you may find some international film and classical music events, but there are also a few thought-provoking newcomers and a heartily celebrated tradition that takes you back in time. Don’t miss the top attractions, even if you’ve only got a long weekend in Prague.

 

Prague is generally a city of early risers, so try to start your day as soon as possible to visit places such as the National Theater, Café Louvre or Vzorkovna.  Keep in mind that, in order to have lots of fun and a great time, you may hire one of the many Prague escorts who can be easily found. If you plan to travel alone and your budget allows it, you can make the most of your time spent in Prague by getting in touch with somebody to keep you company, for a certain amount of money.

 

  1. SmetanaQ Restaurant

Head to Smetana Q for the best honey cake, along with a great view of the Vltava River and a selection of books to browse, which is great for those who wish to get cozy. A design center and café combo, this three-story hub is located next door to Prague’s academy for the performing arts. Say ahoj (informal hello) when you enter the coffee shop, as they will appreciate the small gesture. Local fashion and jewelry designers congregate in the second-floor space, while the street-level café & bistro makes homemade cakes on par with the designs housed above.

 

  1. Febiofest, the city’s largest film festival

Part of the fun includes the accompanying music festival: live music performed underneath the cinema, where artists offer their wares.

 

  1. Watch Changing of the Guard at Prague Castle

If you only have 3 days in Prague we’d suggest visiting it on day 1! Spend a few hours wandering around as, according to Guinness World Records, it is the largest ancient castle in the world, covering an area of 45 hectares.

 

  1. Take a guided tour

If you are used to taking guided tours you’ll enjoy it, for it will provide you with tips on stuff like drinking or avoiding queues. If you don’t want to be in a big group there is no problem there as you can do a tour w in Native English that it’s limited to 6 people.

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