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3 Days in Prague: The Best Itinerary for Your Visit

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The Best Things to Do with 3 Days in Prague

Itinerary in Prague: day 1

Explore the Old Town Square

Old Town Square

Start your 3 days in Prague itinerary out with an exploration of the city's iconic Old Town Square. It has a history that dates to the 10th century CE and is home to some of the area's most iconic buildings. Many of these are constructed on foundation walls that were built in the 12th century. You will also see a variety of shops and alfresco restaurants lining the square, where you can grab a bite to eat end enjoy some people-watching. The district is frequented by street performers and musicians who add to the eclectic atmosphere. Key points of interest include the Gothic House at the Stone Bell, the Church of St Nicholas and the monument to Jan Hus.

The Church of Our Lady before Týn

Church of Our Lady before Týn

Another key attraction found on the Old Town Square is also the next stop on your 3 days in Prague itinerary. The Church of Our Lady before Týn is home to a pair of iconic towers that are known by locals as Adam and Eve. They rise to a height of 80 metres and can be seen across the city. The church itself was built in the 14th century and houses an impressive collection of art from the Gothic, Baroque and Renaissance periods. Guided tours are available, and the church is closed on Mondays.

Itinerary in Prague: day 2

Prague Castle

Prague Castle

Originally constructed as a walled fortress in 870 CE, Prague Castle is the world's largest complex of its type. It is the city's most popular tourist attraction and has changed dramatically over the centuries. The castle incorporates a variety of architectural styles. Within the walls of this imposing structure, you will find the Powder Tower, the Old Royal Palace, St George's Basilica and St Vitus Cathedral. You will also find the Royal Garden, which dates to 1534 and features buildings such as the Royal Summer House, the Court of the Lions and the Ball Game Pavilion. A walking tour is one of the best ways to experience this amazing point of interest while learning about its fascinating history. Given the popularity of Prague Castle as a tourist attraction, we recommend booking your tickets in advance and getting an early start to avoid long queues.

The St. Wenceslas Vineyard

After you are done touring Prague Castle, a short walk to the nearby St. Wenceslas Vineyard is in order. There is a hillside trail that will take you to this stunning location, where you can enjoy a glass of local wine while enjoying the spectacular views of the surrounding area and its red-roofed buildings.

Itinerary in Prague: day 3

The National Museum

Located at the top of Wenceslas Square, you will find the National Museum. It was founded during the 19th century and houses an impressive collection of items from a variety of fields of study, such as archaeology, zoology, music, art and anthropology. During your visit, take some time to marvel at the exhibition of 1st and 2nd-century Roman artefacts. There are also finds from the Bronze and early Iron Ages on display.

Explore Prague's best dining experiences

You will find an array of amazing dining options to enjoy as you wrap up your 3 days in Prague. Whether you are looking for traditional Czech dishes or cuisine from the Middle East, Asia and other regions of the world, you are in luck. A few recommendations include Krcma. This traditional eatery is located in the Old Town district and serves up a mouth-watering menu of foods such as duck, grilled rib-eye and sausages. The restaurant is also famous for its delectable cuts of pork. U Parlamentu is another highly recommended location for traditional dishes from the Czech Republic. If you fancy seafood, you will be impressed with the menu at Kampa Park Restaurant. Try Bistro Habibi if you are in the mood for Middle Eastern cuisine. The Asian Temple is a top hotspot for Asian food in the heart of the city.

Places to visit around Prague



The historic town of Plze? (Pilsen) is located 90 kilometres to the southwest of the city. It is one of the best day trip options you can enjoy during 3 days in Prague and features a large main square. Key points of interest include the Cathedral of St Bartholomew, which has the Czech Republic's tallest church spire. During your visit, you can also explore the area's network of underground galleries and cellars. Plze? is one of the most iconic locations in the history of beer brewing. Tour the Pilsner Urquell Brewery to learn more about the region's iconic style of lager.

Krkonose National Park

For a bit of an escape from the hustle and bustle of the city during your 3 days in Prague itinerary, head 2 hours to the northeast to Krkonose National Park. It is home to the iconic Krkonose Mountains, which are the highest in the region of Bohemia. Established in 1962, this spectacular park is listed as a UNESCO Biosphere Reservation and is renowned for the many species of birds that call it home. Take the Harrach trail if you are looking for a great hiking opportunity.


Around 1 hour and 30 minutes to the north of Prague and across the German border lies the historic city of Dresden. Although its iconic palaces and churches were severely damaged during World War II, they have been magnificently restored to their former glory. Key points of interest to check out during your excursion include the Frauenkirche and the Dresden Royal Palace.

Cesky Krumlov

A journey of 2 hours and 15 minutes to the south of Prague will bring you to the charming town of Cesky Krumlov. You will find plenty of fascinating points of interest around Svornosti Square. Marvel at the Town Hall and the fountain, which surrounds the Plague Column. The column features a statue of the Holy Virgin with eight saints. The saints are the patrons of the town and were considered protectors against the plague. We also suggest a walk along the Vltava River. There is also a 13th-century castle, which offers great views.

Where to stay in Prague

1. BoHo Hotel Prague 4*

BoHo Hotel Prague

Located in the city centre, the BoHo Hotel Prague 4* is ideally suited for a 3-day city break in the capital of the Czech Republic. The property is home to a range of key features that will enhance your getaway to this stunning corner of Europe.

On-site services and amenities include a laundry service, a 24-hour reception desk, a luggage storage service, outdoor parking and a fitness centre. Rooms are equipped with bathrobes, mini-fridges, hairdryers, coffee machines, air conditioning and safes.

What we like: We love the on-site dining and spa facilities at this top-rated Prague accommodation.

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2. Prague Marriott Hotel 5*

Prague Marriott Hotel

Home to 416 well-appointed rooms and suites, the Prague Marriott Hotel 5* enjoys a location close to the city's Old Town and the iconic Charles Bridge.

The hotel's facilities and features include a babysitting service, press and magazines, indoor parking, Wi-Fi, a fitness centre, 3 restaurants/bars and in-room amenities, such as a mini-fridge, a hairdryer and air conditioning.

What we like: We love the taste sensations that await you at this 5-star, family-friendly hotel restaurant and the property's convenient location near the city's top points of interest.

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3. Hotel Waldstein Prague 4*

Hotel Waldstein Prague

The Hotel Waldstein Prague 4* is a cosy accommodation option that features 19 comfortable rooms and a city centre location in a building that dates to the 14th century. The property is home to a range of features and facilities that will enhance your 3 days in Prague itinerary.

The hotel's facilities and amenities include a laundry service, Wi-Fi, a luggage storage service, currency exchange and a breakfast buffet. Rooms are furnished with TVs, showers, tea/coffee courtesy trays, mini-fridges, safes, air conditioning and hairdryers.

What we like: We love this hotel's elegantly decorated rooms and its convenient location close to popular locations like the Charles Bridge, Waldstein Palace (Wallenstein Palace) and Gardens and Prague Castle.

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4. Art Nouveau Palace Hotel Prague 5*

Art Nouveau Palace Hotel Prague

Choose from 127 comfortable, spacious rooms when you book the Art Nouveau Palace Hotel Prague 5* for your 3-day holiday. It is located just a 15-minute walk from the Old Town district and offers a range of 5-star services to enhance your stay.

Hotel amenities include indoor parking, a concierge service, air conditioning, Wi-Fi and a tour desk. Rooms come equipped with mini-fridges, bathrobes, safes, hairdryers and televisions.

What we like: We love the mouth-watering cuisine that awaits you at the on-site Café Palace and L'Epoque Restaurant. An excellent overall range of services further enhances the experience at this 5-star property.

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5. Red & Blue Design Hotel Prague 4*

Red & Blue Design Hotel Prague

Choose from 52 spacious, air-conditioned rooms at the Red & Blue Design Hotel Prague 4*. The property was built in the early 20th century and features modern décor. It is situated just a short walk from top points of interest like Prague Castle and the Charles Bridge.

Enjoy on-site features and amenities like outdoor parking, a concierge service, airport transfers and a main restaurant. The hotel's rooms are furnished with safes, mini-fridges, hairdryers, showers, and TVs.

What we like: We love this property's convenient location for 3 days in Prague, its contemporary décor and its spacious rooms.

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Practical tips for visiting Prague

To assist you in planning your perfect 3 days in Prague itinerary, we have some helpful tips for you. The local currency is the Czech koruna. Given this fact, you must deal with exchange rates if you want to take out cash. We suggest avoiding the currency exchange places that you will find across the city. A better option is to take money directly from a bank's ATM, as you will generally get a more favourable rate. Another suggestion is to go off the beaten path from the typical tourist establishments in the centre to really experience the local culture. When looking for restaurants to try, do a bit of research into where Prague residents like to go and try those places. Another suggestion we have for you is to plan a realistic itinerary. This is a region that is full of a nearly endless list of things to see and do. Unfortunately, a 3-day city break is not going to be enough to fit everything in. Instead, we recommend coming up with a doable list of attractions for each day of your visit. This is where our itinerary suggestions can help you out tremendously. Consider booking tickets for any attractions you want to visit in advance whenever possible. It is also important to note that Prague is a highly walkable city, so it is worth packing a pair of comfortable walking shoes. If you plan to bring along any of your electronic devices that require a UK outlet, you will need a travel plug adapter.

When to visit Prague

visit Prague

Though June to August represents the peak of Prague's tourist season, many travellers prefer stays in spring or autumn. The weather during these months tends to be pleasant, but the crowds are smaller, and the price of accommodation is lower. The good news is that the Czech Republic is an amazing destination any time of year, with so many things to see and do.

How to get to Prague

The main arrivals hub for the city is Václav Havel Airport Prague. Flights are available daily out of the United Kingdom's major cities, and the average in-air time is around 2 hours and 15 minutes for non-stop flights. Upon landing, you can get to your accommodation by taking the hotel shuttle, getting a taxi or booking a private transfer. You can also take the bus to the Zli?ín metro station for transport to the centre.

What to eat in Prague

A range of local food delights awaits you when you book 3 days in Prague on Voyage Privé. We have a few must-try suggestions. They include grilované klobásy. These grilled sausages are typically served on a bread roll topped with mustard. You will come across many beer gardens and food vendors across the city that serve these succulent links. It is one of those foods that goes perfectly with a cold Czech Pilsner beer. Sví?ková is another local favourite that awaits your tastebuds. The dish is made using a beef fillet that is sliced thinly and topped with a sweet sauce made using carrots and parsnips. It is usually served with dumplings and a bit of cream. Trdelník (chimney cake) is another unique treat that you will find in the city. This pastry originates in Romania but enjoys tremendous popularity in the Czech Republic. It can be prepared by wrapping dough around a stick and cooking it with a flame until it is browned. After that, it is rolled in cinnamon sugar and brushed with butter. A few other popular recommendations we have for your food adventure in Prague include pork knuckle and the Czech flatbread pancakes known as pala?inky.

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