Prague Travel Guide : What to do & Where to eat

Friday, October 20, 2023

If there is one thing I love to do with my annual leave from my day job, it’s to go abroad. Some of my favourite memories are from when I’ve been abroad and when my partner Ben said we were going to Prague for a few days I couldn’t contain my excitement. 

Prague has been on my list of places I’d like to visit and *spoiler alert* it didn’t disappoint!

One thing that really surprised me about Prague is how easy it is to get around. From the airport it was very easy to get the metro (and cheap must I add!) to the city centre. Once we arrived in the city centre and had a quick wander around it was time for some food and as it was nearly lunchtime, we looked for local places to where we were at that point in the city and stumbled across a (sort of) hidden gem.

Jewel by Venue - Cafe / Bistro 

I ordered the Venue Spritz which is a very refreshing cocktail (just like an elderflower spritz) and I have to say the food menu was literally to die for. There was so much to choose from so it was very hard to pick. I went for the Chicken & Waffles, which was fried boneless chicken thighs and homemade waffles served with cheddar sauce, chilli-maple syrup, and crispy bacon and it was absolutely delicious. 

Pizza & Pasta Factory

After spending a few hours exploring the city to get our bearings and taking a quick nap once our Air BNB was available, we were hungry again. We decided to try some Italian food and stumbled upon the Pizza and Pasta Factory. The pizza was possibly the best I've had in a long time and the meal was reasonably priced. Even though we had two glasses of white wine each, the total cost was just under £40.

Bubblepoint View Rooftop Bar 

After dinner, it was time for a cocktail and after a little bit of research, we found Bubblepoint Rooftop bar which you can find on top of the U Prince Hotel. The views from the rooftop bar were incredible and the cocktails were very reasonably priced at around £7 a drink. 

During our stay in an AirBnB, we had to go out for breakfast and lunch. We stumbled upon a hidden gem of a restaurant called Narodni 38 which offered some really nice breakfast options. The cafe was beautiful and I opted for eggs Benedict which came with a twist - truffle hollandaise and parma ham. Ben, on the other hand, went for breakfast tacos. The food was really filling and reasonably priced.

If you fancy doing some sightseeing, I would recommend visiting the Petrin Tower. The Petrin Tower was built in 1891 and is 63.5 metres high. It resembles the Eiffel Tower and was used as an observation tower as well as a transmission tower. 

If you want to go up be warned there are a lot of steps! 

Have you visited Prague?

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