If you're spending one day in Prague, we've got the perfect plan for you. Despite spending just 24 hours in the wonderful city, it is possible to see the best of it within this time. One suggestion is to get the Prague Card, as it covers major attractions and offers free and unlimited travel to the same. Additionally, you can also opt for a hop on hop off tour and explore the city.
Day 1 - Prague Castle Complex and City Tour
If the visual appeal of this colossal stunner wasn’t enough to lure you here, you should know that according to the Guinness World Records, the Prague Castle has the largest castle complex in the world. Begin your tour with this prominent geo-political symbol of Czech Republic as a nation.
Within the Prague Castle complex is the largest place of worship in the city, St. Vitus Cathedral. The cathedral’s stunning architecture is sure to take your breath away. The cathedral was known to hold all royal coronations during the heydays of the Bohemian Empire.
The Prague Castle complex is massive enough to comfortably fit in another church not very far from the St. Vitus Cathedral. The current Romanesque architecture of St. George’s Basilica dates back to the time of reconstruction.
9 AM - 4 PM daily (Nov-Mar); 9 AM - 5 PM daily (Apr-Oct)
Prague 11908, Czech Republic
Plan to stay
After exploring the Prague Castle complex, you still have half a day left to discover the vibrant city of Prague. And what better way to do this than taking a laid back half day tour of this city. Although Prague has a lot to offer and it is impossible to cover every spot in half a day, a guided city tour will help you explore some of the most important parts of this glorious city. The city tours are curated to square up to your itinerary and will leave you with an altogether pleasant feeling.
Plan to stay
3-10 hours, depending on the tour chosen
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