This practical guide to Prague in 4 days will allow you to optimize the routes on foot through the beautiful City of the 100 Towers without missing anything important and enjoying the place to the fullest. During the previous three days you will have visited the main attractions of the Stare Mesto (Old Town), Mala Strana (Small Town), Novo Mesto (New Town), Josefov (Jewish Quarter), Hradčany (Castle Quarter) neighborhoods and Vyšehrad, so on this last day we recommend you to do some excursion near Prague or to walk around the city without a map and see some places that due to lack of time you couldn't see in the previous days.
All Prague routes in 4 days They leave from our recommended accommodation, the Archibald City hotel, which as we said in the previous guides, has a good value for money and is strategically located very close to Wenceslas Square.
For the transfer to the hotel from Prague International Airport you have several options: local bus, taxi or book this transfer directly to the hotel. You can find more information about the transfer in this post about how to go from Prague airport to the center.
And to save time and money you can buy the Prague Card, which in addition to a discount on tickets, includes public transport and the funicular to climb Mount Petrín.
First day in Prague
The first day of the 4-day tour of Prague You will visit the most essential of the historic center (Stare Mesto) and the Jewish quarter (Josefov). In Stare Mesto is the Old Town Square with its Astronomical Clock, the tower of the Old Town Hall and the Church of Our Lady of Týn, one of the best places to visit in Prague.
From the square you can approach the Jewish quarter to visit some of the most interesting synagogues such as the Old-New Synagogue and the Spanish Singagogue in addition to the Old Cemetery.
Map of the places of the Prague guide in 4 days
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