Tips for Trips

Whether you come to Prague for a few days, weeks or months, you should not miss at least the most famous of the numerous sites and monuments in the city. There are countless picturesque streets, romantic corners as well as places of entertainment, sports, and history – this metropolis will always have something to offer. Just choose what you like!

The best places for mushroom hunting near Prague

The best places for mushroom hunting near Prague

Mushroom picking time is here! And we know where to find some mushrooms in Prague.

Every house in Nerudova Street has its own story

Every house in Nerudova Street has its own story

In Nerudova Street, you can imagine what life below the castle was like in the era of Czech kings. What was the life of goldsmiths, blacksmiths, or potters like?

The bobsleigh track in Prosek where children are happy and adults feel like children again

The bobsleigh track in Prosek where children are happy and adults feel like children again

Let your children have fun, you’ll definitely join them. At least that’s what happens at the bobsleigh track in Prosek. And it won’t be just about one ride, you’ll spend hours there.

The Czechs are proud of Prague Castle

The Czechs are proud of Prague Castle

What should you notice when you visit Prague Castle? What are the Czechs so proud of? The castle is a symbol of a thousand-year-old history of Czech statehood and it’s still the most important residence in the country.

Meet the biggest rabbit in the world at the Zájezd Zoo

Meet the biggest rabbit in the world at the Zájezd Zoo

All visitors to the Zájezd Zoo like its quiet environment and friendly atmosphere where love for animals has materialized in a beautiful resort, perfect for family outings.

Visit the largest cave complex in the Czech Republic

Visit the largest cave complex in the Czech Republic

The caves have revealed the 1.5-million-year long history of nature. Their size and the surrounding countryside are unique. In summer, Koněprusy caves let you forget about the heat and the present.

tips on where to swim in nature: habitats, ponds, and the “Czech sea”

7 tips on where to swim in nature: habitats, ponds, and the “Czech sea”

Where can you swim in clean water? We’ve mapped out a few natural swimming pools in Prague and its immediate vicinity for you.

A concert, or an exhibition? No more dilemmas at the Rudolfinum

A concert, or an exhibition? No more dilemmas at the Rudolfinum

The Rudolfinum is a perennial star of the Prague cultural scene. It’s a place where you can spend a pleasant afternoon with your family or a romantic evening. The world’s greatest artists perform there.

The Folimanka Shelter

The Folimanka Shelter

The Folimanka Shelter is still functional and ready to save hundreds of Prague citizens in a crisis situation – the tour of the shelter will remind you of the horrors of modern human history.

Find peace and harmony in the Ztracenka Park

Find peace and harmony in the Ztracenka Park

In the centre of Prague, there is a peaceful area with many benches, views, and place for quiet contemplation. Dogs and cyclists are not allowed in the Ztracenka Park.

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