Must Visit Sights in Prague
Prague is rich in history and beautiful architecture, making it a must-see place. There’s a lot of sightseeing to get through here, soo follow this guide so you don’t miss out on the best spots!
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Also read: Guide to Prague Christmas Markets
A massive tourist attraction, so usually very busy, head there before 9am for a quieter experience. Stroll across the Charles Bridge and take in the beautiful monuments and history. Pickpockets work the bridge, so keep your wits about you!
Architecture and the Vltava
There is beautiful architecture along the Charles Bridge, but the architecture and water surrounding the bridge are also a must see! We even spotted a beaver and spent a good half an hour watching it swim.
The Lennon Wall
Not as big as you’d think, but still worth the visit. The Lennon Wall is filled with John Lennon-inspired graffiti, the first added in 1980 following the assassination of John Lennon.
Views of Old Town Square
The best views of old town square are from above. Climb the Old Town Hall Tower for incredible panoramic views, or head to Teresa U Prince rooftop bar for that perfect insta pic. Not the best bar or service, but worth it for one drink for the view.
The clock is one of Europe’s best-known tourist attractions, and a ‘must-see’ if you’re in Prague. It’s historic, photogenic, and rich in intriguing symbolism.
Wenceslas Square has witnessed a huge amount of Czech history , in 1918 the creation of the new Czechoslovak Republic was celebrated here. You probably know the name from one of the most popular Christmas carols ever written ‘Good King Wenceslas’. And on that not, check out our guide to Prague Christmas Markets!
You’re going to have a lot of sightseeing to get through whilst you’re in Prague. Check out our food guide to fuel your sightseeing filled day. Also see our guide to beer in Prague for a rewarding pint after traipsing round this beautiful city!