Prague is an absolutely amazing city. Walking through it makes you feel like you have completely stepped back in time. Unlike cities like Rome which are steeped in history and covered in ancient ruins, Prague appears as if it has been untouched for centuries. It’s streets are fairytale-esque, covered in cobble stones and brilliant architecture.
It isn’t something I have ever done before, nor is it something I would have considered had it not been for my friends – but we decided to go on a Segway tour of the city. We took an hour long tour that was filled with constant laughter trying not to hurt ourselves on these crazy things while simultaneously seeing the city. I would honestly really recommend doing it because it’s a great way to see the city while having a laugh with your friends!
The nightlife is where Prague gets really crazy. A popular destination for stag parties, the place was crawling with people out for a good time. With the drink half the price of what you would pay normally, it was hard not to drink twice as much to compensate! I have also never been somewhere that encouraged you so strongly to dance on tables, chairs – pretty much anything above floor level! One bar which I would recommend is Harley’ Bar in Old Town, an alternative venue with bartenders holding fire shows, cocktail making shows, etc! Another place to try is Karlovy Lázne a five story night club (the biggest in central Europe) that has different music on every floor meaning there is something there for everyone. It is a small bit more expensive than the other venues in Prague but it still doesn’t compare to the prices of drink elsewhere.
The one tip I would give it because places are open so late and drink is so cheap (especially absinthe.. if you enjoy keeping your memories then steer clear!) try not to get carried away because the hangover will eat into your sight seeing time! You gotta czech yourself before your wreck yourself 😎 a few more things to mention: Try their unique pastry ‘Trdelnik’ for a really nice treat (as seen in the photography below with a big portion of ice cream!), for shopping hit up Wenceslas Square where you will find all the big and familiar brands, The Astronomical Clock in Old Town Square is cool but very anti climactic considering the crowd it draws, Charles Bridge is beautiful and the view from it is great but the crowds along it are very big so be careful of your belongings as you cross, Prague has the biggest Lego Museum in the world (a whole floor dedicated to Star Wars might I add!) and they have segway tours and boat cruises which are two great ways to enjoy the city! At first I thought there was not much to do in Prague but really the views never stop.. Overall I found it was an amazing city and in the sunshine it is somewhere that can not be topped! 🙂
If anyone has been to Prague, let me know what you thought about the city and whether or not you enjoyed your stay! 🙂