The Best 3-Day Itinerary for Prague, Czech Republic

Day 1: Old Town Square, Astronomical Clock, & Charles Bridge

I believe for the first day of your 3 day itinerary in Prague should be done exploring the city. One of the best ways to do this is to do quick stops among most of the monuments. If you’re staying in Old Town, walk through Old Town Square, take a look at the Astronomical Clock. Then walk to the Charles Bridge, maybe go up the tower. Take a walk across the river and begin your David Cerny walk that I recommend above. Make sure to take a break on Shooter’s Island Playground underneath the bridge. It is a great place to hang out when the weather permits. Afterward, grab lunch if you haven’t already and take a walk down Parizska Street, the luxury street in Prague. Then go to one of the museums or galleries nearby before dinner.

Day 2 of your 3-day Itinerary for Prague: Prague Castle & Lennon Wall

I think you should make your second day in Prague the busier day. Today you should do Prague Castle and the surrounding areas. Walk across the river up to the castle and watch the changing of the guards. You can explore the shops in the free area of the castle grounds before entering the paid area. Go through security, buy your ticket, and enter the castle to explore grand cathedrals and medieval buildings. After you’re done at the castle, go down back near Charles Bridge, there is a place called Lokal nearby. Go here for lunch before visiting the Lennon Wall. Walk back across the Vltava River to another museum or gallery before dinner.

Day 3: Zizkov Television Tower & Letna Park

Your third day in Prague should be a little more relaxed. Your first activity should be taking a trip to the Zizkov Television Tower. Go up to the top of the tower to the observation deck, you can choose to get lunch here or in the area. Make your way back to Old Town using the tram. Make sure to stop by a convenience store to buy a few drinks before making your way across the river to Letna Park. It is also a good idea to grab food to go or make a lunch to take up here as well if you’d like. Once you are done up here, take a walk around the park before walking down. This will be your opportunity to see things again as your last night in Prague, whether it be the Prague Castle, Lennon Wall, a David Cerny statue, or Charles Bridge. I recommend you spend at least part of this night before dinner in Old Town Square.

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