7 Days trip in Czech Republic

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The Czech Republic, with its captivating history, stunning architecture, and vibrant culture, offers a unique travel experience. From exploring the medieval streets of Prague to enjoying the picturesque countryside, visitors can immerse themselves in the beauty and charm of this Central European nation.

General Infomation

Exchange Rate of 1 USD to CZK
CZK 22.52
GMT +0200
Best Way to Get Around
Public transportation (trains

Day 1

  1. Prague Castle

    120 minutes

    Explore the grounds of Prague Castle, the largest ancient castle in the world, and see the spectacular views of the city from the top of its tower.

  2. Old Town Square

    90 minutes

    Visit the heart of Prague's historic center, Old Town Square, and admire the iconic Astronomical Clock and the beautiful Gothic architecture. While you're there, try some delicious Czech street food.

  3. Dlouha Street

    180 minutes

    Explore one of Prague's most vibrant neighborhoods, Josefov, and enjoy the nightlife on Dlouha Street. The street is home to numerous bars, clubs, and restaurants with live music and entertainment.

Day 2

  1. Charles Bridge

    120 minutes

    Take a walk across the spectacular Charles Bridge, a 14th century stone bridge that spans the Vltava River. Admire the statues and learn the history of the bridge from your guide.

  2. Jewish Quarter

    150 minutes

    Visit the historic Jewish Quarter, where you'll see the Jewish Museum, Old Jewish Cemetery, and the Pinkas Synagogue. Learn about the history of the Jewish people in Prague and the impact of World War II on the community.

  3. Vinohrady

    180 minutes

    Discover the trendy neighborhood of Vinohrady, where you'll find numerous restaurants, cafes, and bars. Try some of the best Czech beer and enjoy the lively atmosphere of Prague's local nightlife scene.

Day 3

  1. Kutná Hora

    240 minutes

    Take a day trip to Kutná Hora, a UNESCO World Heritage site known for its stunning Gothic architecture and silver mining history. Visit the Sedlec Ossuary, a church decorated with human remains, and the Cathedral of St. Barbara.

  2. Kampa Island

    90 minutes

    Explore the picturesque Kampa Island, located in the heart of Prague. Stroll along the riverside, admiring the beautiful views of the city and stopping at cafes and shops along the way.

  3. Letna Park

    180 minutes

    Bring a picnic and enjoy the stunning views of Prague from Letna Park, one of the city's most beautiful parks. Watch the sunset with a glass of wine and enjoy the city's vibrant nightlife.

Day 4

  1. National Museum

    120 minutes

    Visit the National Museum and learn about the natural and cultural history of Czech Republic. Exhibits cover geology, archaeology, ethnography, and more.

  2. Wenceslas Square

    90 minutes

    Take a walk along Wenceslas Square, the main shopping and entertainment area in Prague. Enjoy some shopping and try some local Czech cuisine at the various restaurants and cafes.

  3. Lucerna Music Bar

    180 minutes

    Experience Prague's music scene at the legendary Lucerna Music Bar, a venue that has hosted top-rated musicians since the 1950s. Enjoy a variety of music styles, including jazz, rock, and pop.

Day 5

  1. Petřín Hill

    120 minutes

    Take a stroll along Petřín Hill, a beautiful park located in the heart of Prague. Admire the rose garden, the Hunger Wall, and the Petřín Tower, a miniature version of the Eiffel Tower.

  2. Vyšehrad

    120 minutes

    Visit Vyšehrad, a historic fortress that played a crucial role in Czech history. Explore the ruins and the ancient cemetery, where many famous Czech artists and politicians are buried.

  3. Na Prikope Street

    180 minutes

    Visit Na Prikope Street, one of the busiest and most popular shopping streets in Prague. Enjoy some shopping at the various designer stores, bars, and restaurants in the area.

Day 6

  1. Dancing House

    60 minutes

    Admire the unique architecture of the Dancing House, a modern building designed by Frank Gehry and Vlado Milunić in 1996. Learn about the history of the building and the controversy it sparked in Prague.

  2. Náplavka Farmers Market

    120 minutes

    Visit the Náplavka Farmers Market, a local market that offers fresh produce, handicrafts, and street food. Enjoy the lively atmosphere and observe how the locals shop and socialize.

  3. Karlovy Lázně

    180 minutes

    Experience Prague's famous nightclub scene at Karlovy Lázně, a club that has five floors and plays different types of music on each floor.

Day 7

  1. Prague Zoo

    240 minutes

    Spend a day at the beautiful Prague Zoo, the fifth-best zoo in the world according to TripAdvisor. Observe over 4,000 animals and learn about their natural habitats and behaviors.

  2. Letna Beer Garden

    120 minutes

    Relax at Letna Beer Garden, a popular beer garden that offers stunning views of Prague and some of the city's best craft beer and street food.

  3. Žižkov Television Tower

    120 minutes

    Visit the futuristic Žižkov Television Tower, named one of the world's ugliest buildings by CNN in 2013. Enjoy the panoramic views of Prague from its observation deck and have a drink at its restaurant and bar.

Estimated Cost (USD)


10-25 USD per night
50-100 USD per night
25-75 USD per night


Public Transportation (Trams and Metro)
1-2 USD per trip
25-50 USD from airport to city center
5-10 USD for short trips


3-5 USD for a meal
Street Food
2-4 USD for a snack
Fancy Meal
25-50 USD for a multi-course meal


Entrance to Major Attractions such as the Prague Castle and Charles Bridge
10-20 USD
Beer Tasting
20-30 USD for a guided tour with tastings
Cultural Activities such as a Classical Music Concert
20-40 USD for a ticket

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