The dazzling city of Prague is one of the most beautiful destinations in Europe favoured by traveller all over the world. Replete with architectural gems, museums and historically significant landmarks, planning a Prague itinerary can give a panic attack even to a well-versed traveller. To squeeze from its plenty of attractions in a 3-day trip is certainly not an easy task.
To simplify trip planning, here's a suggested 3 days itinerary for Prague that you must totally check-out:
Start your day with the Lobkowicz Palace- a former home of the Lobkowicz and today, a vast museum displaying the collection.
Take a cab ride and you’ll reach the next attraction of the day- The Nerudova Street. Perfect for a stroll around its bizarrely named homes, this lively street can turn your mundane afternoon into an interesting experience.
Have lunch at the Cafe Neruda and enjoy people watching as you binge on the scrumptious food followed by a hot chocolate!
The next destination for the day is the Prague Castle. The largest ancient castle in the world spread over 70,000 square meters of Area; Prague Castle is an epitome of every single architectural style of the millennium.
After a tiring tour of the Castle, it’s time to relax! Head to Petrin Hill and catch a gorgeous 360-degree view of the entire city from the hill top.
Spend your evening and end the day at the Charles Bridge- a 700 year old witness to the prime historic events of Prague.Check Out: Sighseeing tours in Prague
Start you day early and fresh by visiting the Tyn Church which will also offer you an insight into the Old Town Square. While you are there don't forget to try the restaurants in old town Prague offering delecious and authentic dishes.
The second attraction on your itinerary is the Wenceslas Square which leads up to the iconic Czech National Museum. Home to over 14 million items belonging to diverse array of topics like biology, mineralogy, anthropology, numismatics, and decorations, this museum is a must-visit!
Time for a late lunch! Just a walk away from the museum is The Alcron which specialises in Mediterranean food.
The next on your sightseeing list is the Jindrisska Tower- an excellent representation of Gothic style architecture known for being the highest belfry in Prague.
It has been a tiring day and now is the time to unwind and relax. How about exploring the quirky side of the city? Visit the bizarre shaped Dancing House and spend an evening of fun at Prague!
This the last day of your 3-day trip to Prague; start with exploration of Josefov Jewish Museum which is home to Jewish monuments including the Maisel Synagogue; the Pinkas Synagogue; the Spanish Synagogue; the Klaus Synagogue; the Ceremonial Hall; and the Old Jewish Cemetery.
The next on your itinerary is Clementine which is perfect for a stroll and you’ll come across beautiful buildings, quaint cafes and huge libraries on your visit.
Although you’ll lose the track of time, it’s lunch time! You can head to Grand Cru restaurant for a fine dining experience with Italian food and French wine.
Spend your afternoon at the Vysehrad Castle which not only is apt for sightseeing but its adjoining park makes it ideal for a relaxed picnic.
The last stop on your 3-day trip plan of Prague is the State Opera where you can catch a fantastic performance which will lighten up your last evening in Prague.
Plan your 3-day trip in Prague in these lines and you’ll have a trip to remember!