Question: What should I be aware of in Prague?

How much money do you need for 4 days in Prague?

Re: Four days in Prague, how much money should I take ? £200 each for 4 days is fine. That’s about 1400kc a day per person, or 31 x 50cl glasses of Pilsner Urquell at an average of 45kc each.

Is 3 nights enough in Prague?

Re: First time in Prague – 2/3 days enough? Three days is long enough to see the main sights, do a walking tour or just wander by yourselves, take a river trip and get a taste of the city. Maybe best to be staying central if only for a short visit, then you can walk to most of the places you need to see.

Is there a red light district in Prague?

Adult Clubs

The side streets near Wenceslas Square (especially Perlova Street) are full of strip clubs. This is Prague’s small red-light district.

Is Prague friendly to tourists?

Is Prague Safe? Prague is a pleasant and safe city overall, but there are still some precautions that need to be taken. In the city center and other places frequented by tourists, you should be on the lookout for pickpockets. You might also encounter homelessness and people asking for money.

What is the average cost of a meal in Prague?

While meal prices in Prague can vary, the average cost of food in Prague is Kč489 per day. Based on the spending habits of previous travelers, when dining out an average meal in Prague should cost around Kč196 per person. Breakfast prices are usually a little cheaper than lunch or dinner.

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How do you spot a tourist?

Here are 12 tell-tale signs that tourists are from America, accents aside.

  1. They’re loud. …
  2. They stand at the entrance of a restaurant waiting to be seated. …
  3. They ask “How are you?” …
  4. They smile a lot. …
  5. They get confused when there are no public trash cans. …
  6. They ask where the “restroom” is. …
  7. They tip. …
  8. They wear “sneakers.”

How do you enjoy Prague?

What to do in Prague: Day 1

  1. Take a free walking tour. …
  2. Visit Prague Castle.
  3. Walk around Petrín Park. …
  4. Visit the John Lennon Wall. …
  5. Relax on the waterfront.
  6. Explore the Old Town Square. …
  7. Explore the Jewish Quarter. …
  8. Explore Letenské sady (Letná Park)