What are the must-see places in Prague?

And what if you’ve only got 24 hours?

There is a join-in tour which covers the main attractions of Prague and it’s called Prague All In One Tour. It´s a brief Prague introduction and it takes 6 hrs with lunch and river cruise brakes. For a private tour ( to book tour with me or my colleagues), you should book your guide in advance because they have a pretty tight schedule, especially in the high season. Take the tour or either follow the itinerary on your own and spend more time at each place. In 6 hrs you can only see the exteriors, to see interiors, reserve the whole day or two!  Let´s get started! This itinerary is designed for a more relaxed experience.


Hotel pick up or taking a tram to the Prague Castle District


Strahov Monastery, View from the vineyard,

Libraries and Churches (interiors visit takes around 45 mins)


Loretánské Náměstí (Loreto Square)

Loreto (interior tour – 30 mins at least)

Černín Palace Garden


Hradčanské Náměstí ( Prague Castle Town Square)

Galleries in Salm, Šternberk or Schwarzenberg Palaces (each one at least 45 mins)

11:00 – 1200

Prague Castle

St. Vitus Cathedral, Squares and Courtyards ( interiors with plan B tickets – at least 1 hr)

Lobkowicz Palace ( restaurant and very very good museum – 1 hr for a visit at least)



we suggest:

Lobkowicz Café (in the Lobkowicz Palace)

Krčma U Krále Brabantského – according to the rumors, the oldest pub in Prague (Thunovská Street)

U Glaubiců ( Malostranské Náměstí) – traditional Czech beer restaurant

Malostranská Beseda – Czech and international cuisine, one of the oldest pubs in Lesser Town


Lesser Town Square

Neruda Street (connecting the Castle Town with Lesser Town)

St. Nicholas Church (interior visit is worth, but paid)

St. Thomas Church ( the Canalleinterior visit is a must and free of charge!)


Lesser Town

Church of our lady Victorious – and the famous Infant Jesus of Prague

John Lennon Wall

Čertovka Canal

Kampa Island

14:30 – 15:30

River Cruise will give you a great sense of both river banks and you’ll see Prague from a different perspective.


Charles Bridge


Jewish Museum (short visit 1 hr, proper tour 2.5 hrs)


Old Town

Paris Street

Old Town Square

Týn Cathedral

Astronomical Clock


New Town

National Theatre

Národní Třída

Wenceslas Square

Square of the Republic


Dinner at:

Café Imperial ( Na Poříčí)

Municipal housePlzeňská Restaurace (in the cellar), Francouzská Restaurant or Café Obecní Dům (basement)

Tanker ( with amazing views and also meet some locals at the beer garden) above the Kotva Shopping Mall


Evening chill out at Náplavka (alongside the river Vltava)

Beer Pub Hopping in the Old Town

Prague Beer Museum, U Špirků, U Medvíků, U Vejvodů, U Provaznice


Clubbing  and bar hopping at Dlouhá Street and neighborhood – Harley’ s, Bombay, 2nd Floor, Roxy, James Dean, Hangár

Clubbing at Wenceslas Square – Lucerna Music Bar, Nebe, Duplex

for stag party (or whatever) groups – Red light district – Darling, Hot Peppers (and no others for your safety)


Get some sleep


Breakfast at:

Ovocný Světozor

Café Styl a Interiér

Kavárna Adria

Café Imperial

Café Obecní Dům


Cukrárna St. Tropez

Café Slavia

Choco Café

Café Ebel

Coffee Lowers



Airport transfer – make sure you will not get ripped off ( don´t pay more than 400 – 700 CZK – depends on location and group size) or use the public transportation

Or cancel your flight and stay another 3 days to try that all!