One Week in Prague

One Week in PragueWelcome to One Week in Prague! This is your guide that will help you achieve a stress-free yet very memorable and exciting tour in the wonderful Czech capital. 7 Days in Prague or less, it does not matter. We cover everything you need to know and to see.

All you need to know – essential insider tips to consider, places to visit, activities to fill your days for one week in Prague, we will share it with you.

Our full guide covers:

  1. Basic Introduction
  2. Where to stay in Prague
  3. How to get around
  4. What to see in Prague
  5. Things to do in Prague
  6. Tickets you have to buy before – must read
  7. Food and Restaurants
  8. Day Trips from Prague
  9. Itinerary for Prague
  10. Packing List
  11. City Map

As travelers, too, it is our happiness and great pride to help other tourists have the most of their trips in Europe. Sharing the most important details and essentials tips you need in Prague.

Believe me, it will be hard for you not to love Prague once you visit this beautiful city.

1. Basic Introduction

We want to start with a simple intro to the things you need to know before coming to Prague.

Currency: Czech Crowns (CZK) – the Czech Republic does not have the EUR (€)

Language Spoken: The official language in Prague is Czech.

Although older people in Prague does not speak much of English, you will still be able to have a good English conversation with those in the tourism sector. But more often than not, Czechs have good command in English.

On the other hand, the second most popular language in the city is considered to be the German language while the third one is Russian.

Population: 1.3 Million

Known for: When we speak of Prague and its country, we definitely won’t miss the beer. That is for sure! They consume the most beer per capita in the world.

Aside from this, Prague is also known for its delicious food and known to be one of Europe’s architectural gems. Being an important UNESCO World Heritage Site, you’re one week in Prague will without a doubt be packed with a wide range of activities for tourists.

Accommodation: Just like the famous tourist destinations in Europe, Prague won’t leave itself behind. You will find all kinds of accommodation in the city that will certainly match your needs and meet your requirements.

From luxury hotels to budget-friendly apartments, from amazing terrace views to great quality service, you will all find it in Prague.

Find more details in our where to stay in Prague section below.

Public Transport: Aside from it is one of the best public transportation systems in Europe, using it is relatively easy, reliable, and very affordable.

However, Prague city center is an extremely walk-able city. This includes the old town and new town. Of course, there are still places that are better reached by the use of public transportation.

More under how to get around Prague.

Safety: Traveling to Prague is generally safe even for solo and female travelers, yet there is many scams, especially for tourists. We added a video by