3 Days in Prague – The Ultimate 3-Day Itinerary

3 Days in Prague – The Ultimate 3-Day Itinerary, Prague, Czech Republic (B)

Prague is one of the most beautiful cities of Europe. The charming city and its amazing architecture, centuries-old buildings, delicious beer, and amazing food make Prague a great destination. This Prague itinerary will show you how to make the most of three days in Prague.

Today we are going to see some important tourist sites, including the Old town square, Astronomical clock, Tyn church, Charles bridge, Prague castle, and St. Vitus cathedral.

The Old town square is one of the prettiest places of Prague. In winter, the square is filled with a Christmas market and during the other season you can find some food stalls.

On the Old town square, you can find the Astronomical clock. Legends say it is one of the most beautiful clocks in Europe. This is a busy tourist site. Plenty of tourists line up for the hourly chime. I coincidentally witnessed this hourly chime and it was very nice.

On the Old town square you can also find the beautiful Tyn and St. Nicholas churches. Tyn church is only open in the mornings and late afternoons, while St. Nicholas is open all day. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: 3 Days in Prague – The Ultimate 3-Day Itinerary
Guide Location: Czech Republic » Prague
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Daphne Van Der Pol
Read it on Author's Website: https://girlswanderlust.com/2017/02/28/prague-3days/
Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Old town square
  • Astronomical clock
  • Tyn church
  • St. Nicholas church
  • Charles bridge
  • Prague castle
  • St. Vitus cathedral
  • Dancing House
  • Jewish quarter
  • Prague Jewish Museum
  • Restaurant and hotel ebozízek
  • John Lennon wall
  • Hostel Orange

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