Prague Online Guide
Guide to Outdoor Activities, Sports, Sightseeing in Prague
What to do in Prague?
Anyone looking for heart-thumping adventure and action is better off steering clear of Prague. You will not find many rivers to kayak or planes to jump out of, but you will find numerous exciting museums and castles to explore. Prague truly is a city where travelers come to slow down and enjoy a beautiful urban center. Czech’s offer numerous tours specializing in churches, castles, and music.
Listed on this page you will also find some activity links in case a work out or sporting activity is desired. The activities listed on this site have no relationship with PragueConnect, unless otherwise stated. As, such we cannot take any responsibility for the quality of these activities. You will have to contact them and decide for yourself. Enjoy!
Accommodation guide for apartments and flats in Prague
People usually think that Prague is very cheap. It is right, but accommodation might be exceptions, especially in you are staying in the centre. However, you can find quite good deals outside of the centre and it’s not a problem as there’s a good underground connection from almost anywhere. For young people there is a possibility to stay at a hostel, it is not very comfortable but it’s very cheap.
Where do you want to stay?
There are four main areas for accommodation in Prague: Old Town, New town, Mala Strana and Hradcany.
The old Town enlarge upon 500 metre around the old town square, one can find all types of accommodation from hostel dorms to 4 star hotels. Besides, one is in a walking distance from most touristy places. However, prices will be higher and it will be noisier.
In the new town district, around Wenceslas Square you will find the 4 star hotels, lots of pension (bed and breakfast) and a few hostels. Prices are cheaper but you will have to use public transport to get around.
Mala Strana is the large area at the base of the Castle; most hotels are situated in the Nerudova Street.
The Hradcany area has a concentration of very expensive hotels at the hill-top such as the Questenberk, Savoy, Doumus Henrici Residence and U Raka. The advantage is to be close to the castle but it’s away from the others touristy places.
If one prefers sleeping on a boat it’s possible! On the Vltava River, there are 4 botels.