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I'm planning a 4-day trip to Prague. Can you suggest an itinerary that doesn't involve popular tourist attractions?

Certainly! Here's a 4-day itinerary for Prague that focuses on lesser-known gems and off-the-beaten-path experiences, allowing you to see a different side of the city:


Zizkov tv tower prague city
Zizkov tv tower prague city

Day 1: Hidden Neighborhoods and Local Markets in Prague


Morning: Vinohrady

- Vinohrady: Start your day in this charming residential neighborhood known for its beautiful Art Nouveau architecture and peaceful parks.

- Jiřího z Poděbrad Square: Visit the farmers' market (if it’s a market day) and enjoy some local produce and snacks.


Afternoon: Žižkov

- Žižkov Television Tower: Check out the unique tower with babies climbing up the sides, and visit the observatory for an alternative view of the city.

- Parukářka Park: Relax in this local park offering great views of the city and a laid-back atmosphere.


Evening: Local Pubs and Cafes

- Hemingway Bar: Enjoy a cocktail at one of Prague’s top-rated bars, known for its inventive drinks and intimate atmosphere.

- Bukowski's Bar: A cozy, lesser-known spot popular with locals.


Day 2: Art and History in The Heart of Prague


Morning: Vyšehrad

- Vyšehrad Fortress: Explore this historic site with fewer tourists, offering beautiful gardens, the Church of St. Peter and St. Paul, and panoramic views of the Vltava River.


Afternoon: Nusle

- Nusle Valley: Walk around this up-and-coming neighborhood and discover its hidden gems, including local cafes and small shops.

- Folimanka Park: Visit this quiet park and check out the massive Nusle Bridge overhead.


Evening: Art House Cinema

- Bio Oko: Watch an indie film at this quirky, old-school cinema in the Holešovice district.


Day 3: Alternative Culture and Nature in The Heart of Prague


Morning: Holešovice

- DOX Centre for Contemporary Art: Explore this modern art gallery and its provocative exhibitions.

- Holešovice Market: Wander through this market area, which offers a variety of goods and local food options.


Afternoon: Stromovka Park

- Stromovka Park: Spend a leisurely afternoon in one of Prague’s largest parks, perfect for a picnic or a stroll.


Evening: Letná Park

- Letná Beer Garden: Enjoy a beer with a view over the Vltava River and the city. It’s a favorite spot for locals in the evenings.


Day 4: Bohemian Vibes and Relaxation


Morning: Karlin

- Karlin District: Explore this trendy neighborhood, known for its hipster cafes, innovative restaurants, and vibrant community atmosphere.

- Kasárna Karlín: A unique cultural space in a former barracks with a cafe, cinema, and outdoor seating.


Afternoon: Petřín Hill

- Petřín Hill: Take a less-traveled path up the hill to enjoy the gardens and orchards. Skip the tower and focus on the peaceful surroundings.

- Strahov Monastery Brewery: Visit this historic brewery and enjoy a beer brewed by the monks.


Evening: Local Music and Dining

- Jazz Dock: Listen to some live jazz music at this riverside venue.

- Lokál Dlouhááá: End your day with traditional Czech cuisine in a lively but less touristy setting.


Tips:

- Public Transportation: Utilize Prague’s efficient public transport to navigate between neighborhoods.

- Language: While English is widely spoken, learning a few basic Czech phrases can enhance your experience.

- Discover the real Prague with Praguian Local Guides! Take a guided tour with one of our knowledgeable locals to uncover hidden gems and gain deeper insights into the city's rich history and vibrant culture. Simply visit our online booking page to choose your favorite customizable photo tour. Let us show you the Prague that tourists often miss! Book now for an unforgettable experience.


Enjoy your trip to Prague!

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