Budget Travel Tips: Have You Booked a Cheap Holiday Deal to Prague? Here’s What You Need to Know


Prague is the largest and capital city of Czech Republic located in Central Europe. Outstanding architecture, mesmerizing history, scrumptious food, and affordable prices, is exactly what this place offers to the tourists. Prague is a unique city as it is made up of ten different districts and a number of neighborhoods within the districts. It is an ideal place for a weekend getaway. So, if you are planning to spend some quality time alone or with loved ones, but have a tight budget to follow, then here’s all the information you need about what to do and see after you’ve booked a cheap holiday deal to Prague.

Prague Castle is the oldest landmark overlooking the entire city and famous for its architecture. Additionally, there is also a 14th century bridge which consists of a religious statue called Charles Bridge. The Astronomical Clock and Old Town Prague’s Square on the other hand, are situated on the ancient street and are renowned among the tourists as well. Other historical sites are; St. Nicholas Church, State Opera, Spanish Synagogue, Kostel Panny Marie Pred Tynem, Petrin Hill, and many more.

Just because the place has a rich history doesn’t make it a boring place. Prague also offers a great night for all those whose favorite subject has never been history. The bar and club culture is popular among all age groups. From great music to good-quality beer, there is a lot more fun packed for you here. Some famous bar and clubs are Hemingway Bar, Cloud 9, Absintherie, Ice Pub, Reduta Jazz Club, Chapeau Rouge, Rudolfinum U Zlaheto Tygra, AnonymouS Bar, M1 Lounge Bar & Club, AghaRTA, and a lot more. All these offer exceptional music and themes, which gives the tourist a wide varieties of choices.

What is the best way to explore the city if not walking? Walk around Prague and enjoy the green and beautiful sceneries along the way. Landscapes are the natural beauty of the city which portray its rawness and wild side. Petrin Hill, Vysehrad Park and St. Peter & Paul Church, Letna Park, Vysehrad Park, Collina di Petrin, Slovansky Ostrov-Zofin, The Vrtba Garden, and Divoka Sarka are a few places to name.

Landscapes and Historical Landmarks are free for all, for which you are not required to pay a ticket. You can then make an in-the-budget plan for the nightlife spending and save yourself a great deal of post-holiday blues.

Prague is home to beautiful churches, Charles Bridge, Castle, St. Vitus Cathedral, Dancing House, Theater, Lennon Wall, and so much more. If you have booked a cheap holiday deal you will be able to spend more on exploration and food, and less on hotels, which will allow you to visit as many places as your budget allows!

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Joanna Owens/ author of the article
Hello, everyone! My name is Joanna Owens, and I'm a tourist guide. One of the things that sets me apart as a tourist guide is my enthusiasm and passion for what I do. I believe that travel should be about more than just checking off items on a bucket list; it should be about experiencing new cultures, meeting new people, and discovering the world in all its beauty and complexity. I strive to create tours and experiences that are not only informative but also engaging and interactive, so that my clients can truly immerse themselves in the places they visit.
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