Prague travel guide

Even though at the moment traveling is of the menu I still want to share a travel guide with you guys! I visited Prague last year in spring time and absolutely loved it. Good food, nice people and amazing architecture is what I think about when Prague comes to my mind. Here are a few tips and recommendations for you guys.

Where to stay:

We stayed in the most stunning airbnb ever! The place was super cozy, big and had everything you needed and much more. There were even fun things like 3d virtual reality glasses and a really good book selection.
The location was great for us! It was super close to many attractions and basically next to a metro and tram stop.
The building the apartment is located in is super pretty and represents the Prague flair perfectly.
The price was more than fair for what we got! 10 out of 10 would book it again. Here you come to Ancap who is the owner of a few beautiful apartments in Prague:
We stayed in the Renovated 19th-Century Apartment in vinohrady!

Where to eat:

When it comes to restaurants the possibilities are endless. Everything we tried out, except one,  was super delicious and very fairly priced.

Our absolute favorite was Cafefin! The breakfast and the lunch menu are both amazing and everything we ordered was beyond delicious.

A really good poké bowl you can get at pokehaus. It was quite cheap and very delicious. The "restaurant" it self is quite small so there wasn't as much space to sit down as in other restaurants. If you have a cute airbnb or something like that consider taking the food home and eating it there.

Also a restaurant to which I would return to is the PAPRIKA Kitchen& Bar. The food and the service was beyond good and it is actually located right around the corner from the airbnb that we stayed in.

What to do:

Of course there are a few things besides eating you need to do in Prague.
Taking a stroll over charles bridge is of course one of them! Just make sure to go as early as you can to avoid a shit ton of people.

A must see is definitely also the old jewish cemetery to experience history very closely.

The Prague castle and the stroll around the park is definitely worth a beautiful view over the whole city. We actually walked up there but you could also take a tram since it is quite steep.

Did you know that the zizkov television tower is actually consider to be the second ugliest building on earth? I didn't think it was that ugly and if you are in the neighborhood you should have a glanced at it and tell me what you think about it.

Honestly the Prague astronomical clock is kind of disappoiting. Of course it is nice and a quick visit is definitely a must but I would rather get lost in those many quite little streets prague has to offer instead of standing in front of the clock and waiting for it to make a sound and move.

Btw if you want to do some shopping you should go to the Prasna brana next to it you'll find a huge mall which was perfect for some shopping.

At the bottom of this post you can find an interactive map where you can check out the location of all the places mentioned and many more. If you want to get a few more tips and even a room tour of the apartment you should check out my story highlight on Instagram!

That was it for today! Until next time x