Whether you are visiting Prague in winter or summer, season doesn’t matter! What matters is the fact that you are about to fall in love with this lively city. Even better, Prague is one of the most affordable European cities. It means you can enjoy all the luxuries in your life without burning a hole in your pocket. At a typical pub, a pint of beer is less expensive than a bottle of mineral water. Can you believe it?
But what if you just have 3 days and you are in a hurry to visit Prague? Don’t worry! This guide will help you before you move on.
Prague nightlife can be ranging from cool beer bars to sassy strip clubs where you can enjoy the night to the fullest while fulfilling your wildest dreams. A lot of men head to Prague also for adult entertainment. And one of the best strip clubs in Prague is none other than Goldfingers. It is a well-known strip club/cabaret with complete menu of dance, drinks and parties.
Another great attraction here is that you can book a limousine which involves stripper show. It will pick you up anywhere in Prague, whether hotel, restaurant, airport, or anywhere else. This VIP shuttle service has lavish interiors, a dance pole and a bar.
Stroll around the Charles Bridge
Your trip to Prague cannot complete without crossing over Charles Bridge, a medieval bridge built in 1357 over the Vltava River. There are stunning sculptures lining the bridge with their distinct charm and history. But we recommend you to visit here early morning or in late night hours to take beautiful pictures and uninterrupted views, as it is usually flocked by street vendors and tourists during peak hours.
Tour the Prague Castle
Welcome to the biggest Medieval Castle in the world, recorded in the Guinness Book of World Records. There are millions of reasons why you should add Prague Castle to your itinerary. Along with standing at one of the iconic structures of the nation, the castle has layers and layers of history to unveil. St. Vitus Cathedral is the most significant structure here. Be sure to get here in the morning and expect at least 3 hours to be spent there.
Visit the Old Town & New Town
As discussed earlier, Prague is loaded with history and there is so much to do and see around both New Town and Old Town. So, you can have at least 3 to 4 hours of walk to explore its rich history and folklores about the landmarks, sites and architecture. The Old Town Square, astronomical clock, the Jewish Quarter and the Estates Theater are some of the centers of attraction in Old Town.Updated Date: 14 May 2019, 03:41