A weekend in Prague: 2 days itinerary not to miss!

What to see in two days in Prague?

Prague is a wonderful city, where every corner, every street, and every building tells a story. If you stay at The Mozart, a weekend in town will be unforgettable and stress-free.

Easy itinerary in Prague: day 1.

First, explore the center of Prague: if your hotel is located in Prague 1 like The Mozart, you can simply walk to Old Town Square. Old Town Square is 10 minutes walking from The Mozart.

If you are not staying in Prague 1, take the green metro line to Staromestka and admire the incredible Astronomical Clock, one of the symbols of Prague. The clock has been marking the time and rhythm of the seasons for hundreds of years under the watchful eye of enchanted tourists.

Keep walking towards Wenceslas Square, a key location for demonstrations, riots, and the famous “Prague Spring”. Don’t be fooled by the colorful appearance of the restaurants overlooking the square: almost all of them are tourist traps.

In the middle of Prague’s Wenceslas Square is the Mustek Metro station: take it to Hradcanska and move to the famous Prague Castle.
Prague Castle is home to exhibitions, museums, and the famous St. Vitus Cathedral: Prague Castle is open daily while public museums are closed on Mondays.
Prague’s private museums are open as well as many of the main attractions. In the area of ​​Prague Castle is the beautiful Lobkowicz museum (which is one of our favorite museums in Prague).

Descend towards Mala Strana, the small romantic district of Prague: its narrow and colorful streets will make you fall in love. if you are not tired you can continue with a visit to the island of Kampa and the Vltava, or return to your hotel and think about a dinner in the brewery – here are the best breweries in Prague!

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Easy itinerary in Prague: day 2.

You can organize the second day in Prague based on the weather (which changes very quickly in Prague): if it’s raining or very cold, we recommend indoor activities, but if it’s a nice day, why not visit the beautiful Vysehrad castle and the oldest part of Prague? The red metro line arrives just outside the old castle’s walls or you can call a cab that will take you there in just a few minutes.

The area of the Castle is romantic and usually not crowded: from here you can admire a wonderful view of Prague and enjoy the sunset on spring and summer days.

From Vysehrad we recommend you to walk down the hill along Vltava’s riverside. Depending on the season there are several outdoor activities on the riverside like food stalls, music, and live performances. The view of Prague’s Castle and Charles bridge is very nice from this part of the city. The Mozart is located very close to the riverbank, close by Charles Bridge: you can stop here for a break and continue along the Vltava for more sightseeing and, maybe, a little bit of shopping around Republic Square or Old Town Square.

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