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How to Spend a Weekend in Prague: 2 Day Itinerary

Prague is a city known for its unique architecture, rich history, and proud beer culture. It is the perfect choice for people who are interested in exploring a modern city with its old-world charm still intact. From the medieval gothic churches to the quirky art museums, Prague has something for everyone, and here is a 2-day itinerary in Prague

Now, what if you only have a few days in Prague and you want to make the most of it? Well, we have the perfect weekend planned for you right here. Day 1 starts off with an introduction to the historical and cultural sites while Day 2 is more focused on the fun and quirky side of Prague.

It is the perfect way to explore this enchanting city over one weekend. The only catch? You may not want to leave!

Day 1 – History and Culture


Charles Bridge

Start your day by walking along the Charles Bridge and marvel at the 30 baroque-style statues that line the sides. This historical bridge stands on the Vltava River and offers great views of Prague Castle. There are several vendors along the bridge selling local art and handicrafts. There are even food vendors which means breakfast with a view!


Prague Castle and Hradcany

From the Charles Bridge, you can go on to explore Prague Castle. This castle is steeped in history and has stunning, expansive grounds. Different vantage points in this castle offer stunning views of the whole city which you definitely don’t want to miss.

Stop over at the Lobkowicz Palace Café for a quick lunch right around the corner before exploring the actual castle. Inside the Lobkowicz Castle, you can marvel at the Princely collections which include paintings, furniture, and even musical memorabilia.

Related Read: Facts About Prague Castle


Prague Old Town and Astronomical Clock

While Prague has had its fair share of invasions, the old town square has remained the same. Since the 10th century, this square has been one of the busiest places in the city. It has a vast marketplace where you discover cultural food and crafts.

Before you find a place to sit down and have some well-deserved dinner, visit the Astronomical Clock that comes to life every hour. Walk along the square and pop into the Old Town Hall Tower to take a peek at the historical past of Prague.

To end your first day, find a local restaurant in the Old Town and soak in the local atmosphere.

Day 2 – Activities


Franz Kafka Museum

Start your Sunday morning in the Mala Strana area of Prague and grab a quick breakfast from one of the many local cafes there. Once you’re fueled, you can begin a day of adventure and uniqueness. Franz Kafka is a famous Prague-born artist who had a flair for the weird and you can see all of his work in the Franz Kafka Museum.


Prague Gun Range

Once you’ve had your fill of the unique art at the museum, you can book yourself an afternoon at the Prague shooting range. Located a few minutes outside of the city, this gun range features 4 open-air ranges with varying distances.

They have licensed English-speaking instructors and provide transport if needed. When you book, you’ll be given a 4-hour slot at the end at which you will sit down for some lunch and drinks as well.  


Watch a show at the National Theater

After an adventure-filled afternoon, the perfect way to end your day is with a show at the Prague National Theater. They have a huge selection of different operas, ballets, and plays. It is a great place to experience the local culture through performing arts. Affordable prices and a stunning theater, what more could you want?

After the show, you can pop into one of the cafes or restaurants around the National Theater and end your evening with delicious food.

And here it is. The perfect way to spend your weekend in Prague. It is a city that you will fall in love with, no matter what your interests while traveling are. Spend a weekend in Prague and you’ll be back for more! 

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