Prague Itinerary 4 Days

This is a glimpse of what to see in 4 days in Prague from Prague itinerary 4 days created by our travel experts. These are the attractions one must visit while planning a 4 days trip to Prague.

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It is so easy to lose yourselves in the Prague’s charming medieval alleys dotted with monuments and landmarks and framed by cute cafes and eateries. Enchanting to the core, this city is no less than a cultural experience. The hauntingly beautiful architecture of Prague is timeless – it pleases you and churns up a melancholic emotion simultaneously. Follow this Prague Itinerary 4 Days to have a memorable trip in this Czech’s gem.

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Monuments

The Prague Castle dating back to the 9th century is the most popular attraction in Prague. The official office of the President of the Czech Republic, this castle is a UNESCO World Heritage site which is made up of historical palaces, offices, church and fortification buildings.

A historic square in Prague, Old Town Square is located between Wenceslas Square and the Charles Bridge. It houses quite a few of Prague’s famous monuments like the Old Town Hall (famous for its astronomical clock), the Týn Church, the Kinský Palace and the St. Nicholas Church.

Powder Tower is one of the original city gates in Prague that separates the Old Town from New Town. This ornately constructed Gothic Tower was built in 1475 during the reign of King Vladislav II Jagiello at the site of the eleventh-century Mountain Tower.

Charles Bridge is a historic bridge built across the Vltava river in Prague. Built by sandstone blocks, consisting of 16 arches and lined with 30 Baroque statues of religious figures, it is one of the most beautiful bridges in Europe.

Underground Prague

Underground Prague tours expose you to the gritty and murky past of the city and are perfect for those who want to explore the on-touristy side of Prague. Underneath the cobblestone paths, lies an entire city, buried for hundreds of years. Travel through the various catacombs and dungeons to know more about what really lies beneath the pretty surface of Prague.

The Jewish Quarter

The historic Jewish Quarter housing museums, synagogues, and an important graveyard today stands as a reminder of Hitler’s tyranny and pays a tribute to the history of what was one of the largest Jewish communities in Europe.

Parks

Prague is home to several picturesque green retreats which provide you with an escape from the city subarbs. The Petrín Park, Prague’s largest park, offers you sweeping views of the city. Full of gardens, mazes and lookout towers, it is a delightful place. Letná Park is another popular park in Prague. Located across the river from the Jewish Quarter, this park housing secluded paths is ideal for a romantic stroll.

Exploring the neighbourhoods

Framed by churches, brimming with markets and housing numerous restaurants, the streets and neighbourhoods in Prague are pretty as a picture. Stroll through these winding lanes to make the most of your Prague trip.

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