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Traveling plan for 3 days in Prague?

What is the cheapest way to visit sites in Prague? Cheapest places to eat our dinner or late evening snacks?

4 Answers

answered first by
Jeff from Portland

There was a similar question you can see here:

Other highlights I would add

Pražský orloj Astronomical clock: when it goes off the square fills with people, it is interesting, but not that exciting, just a big clock and moving parts, but it is free and gets busy around there.

Prague Castle The castle: Top attraction in Prague and you can waste a lot of time.

Charles Bridge Charles Bridge: Another top attraction. Check out the street artists, others selling wares (but they are tourist traps), interesting nonetheless. 

Go Crystal shopping: Prague has amazing crystal, go take a look at some of the shops and see if you find something you like.

Petřínské sady The gardens: Just south of the castle, spend a few hours strolling around the gardens in the hillside, see old fortress walls, orchards, great city views, etc.

Street vendors late at night: There is no shortage of, as Anthony Bourdain says "tubular meat" AKA sausage - it is good and cheap. 

Drink beer everywhere, it is the cheapest thing on the menu is delicious.

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answered by
Kateřina from Prague

For very late dinner I recommend you to go to Nonstop květinářství If you are hungry at 4am, this is the best place! :-) Marjánka

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answered by
Roman from Fribourg

If you avoid big "avenue" and you are ready to walk a bit, you can find very nice little restaurant with a low budget.

For late evening snacks, you have plenty of choices on the streets, even late at night.

For cheap places to stay, you might consider Housetrip or Airbnb and be prepared not to be right in the center, but cheap comes with some conditions ;-)

answered by
Eduardo from Mexicali, Baja California

Besides the classic (and amazing) tourist spots, the castles (there's about 4), basilica and cathedral, Charles Bridge, Square, and Pražský orloj (astronomical clock), I'd recommend the The Jewish Quarter, Kafka's Castle and museum, and the Museum Kampa of contemporary art, its amazing and near the bridge, and of course the Opera. About the budget, prague is not a pricey destination, even tickets for the opera arent very costly, as long as you dont spend a lot on food, just keep to the sausages and goulash (gulas) and you'll be alright.

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  1. Charles Bridge (attraction)
  2. Square (attraction)
  3. Pražský orloj (attraction)
  4. The Jewish Quarter (attraction)
  5. Kafka's Castle (attraction)
  6. Museum Kampa (attraction)

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