What to do in Prague



Prague does not belong to big cities, the most visited monuments and tourist destinations can be reached easily on foot, but sometimes transfers are necessary, for example when traveling to or from the airport or the railway station, during evening tours or private sightseeing tours for visitors with physical disabilities.


Prague and the surrounding areas offer numerous thematic trips to historic and cultural cities and places throughout the Czech Republic. There are popular daylong trips with lunch or dinner to Český Krumlov, Tábor, Kutná Hora, Karlštejn, Křivoklát or Hluboká.

Weddings and celebrations

Prague is famous for its romantic atmosphere, ideal for weddings and private celebrations. Beautiful interiors and exteriors are used for both small and large corporate events. Prague is also an important city for making movies.


In every season, there are numerous social, cultural and sports events held in Prague, both international and local. Many of them have a long tradition and are well-attended. We will be pleased to arrange tickets for you.


Shopping centres

Prague offers numerous shopping opportunities in many modern supermarkets, brand stores and shopping malls. In the centre of the city you will find many designer shops with a specific assortment and offer.


You can enjoy Czech and international cuisine in Prague in a variety of places from top restaurants with Michelin awards to classic Czech pubs. There are also highly specific restaurants with a focus on special cuisine.

Tourist tips

Monuments and attractions in Prague and in its surroundings attract millions of tourists each year. In a relatively small area you will find numerous monuments of different historical periods to contemporary art. The extensive historic centre of Prague has been included in the UNESCO list.