Food & Drink
Eating out is a relatively cheap and easy affair with an endless array of candelit restaurants and lively bars. Local dishes are predominantly meat-based, accompanied by dumplings, potatoes or sauerkraut, and are dressed in rich sauces. Other specialities include Prague ham served with whipped cream and horseradish, and renowned Czech game dishes. Make sure you sample Czech beer too, it's excellent.
Wenceslas Square is a bustling thoroughfare with an affluence of modern stores that are both fashionable and chic. If you wander along the historic streets from the Powder Tower to the castle you'll find all manner of interesting wares.
Stroll around Mala Strana on the left bank of the Vlteve River and just below the castle complex. With its Baroque buildings, cobbled streets, embassies and exclusive hotels, this is an atmospheric and serene area of the city.
Grand City Tour
During the minibus tour you will visit the historical areas of the city passing the National Museum, National Theatre, Charles Bridge and Castle District.