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Free Things To Do In Prague

In recent years, the capital city of Czechia has become an increasingly popular European city break for people from all over the world.

Prague is absolutely teeming with history and incredible culture and is renowned for its delicious cuisines, cheap alcohol and many museums.

If you’re in the process of planning a trip to the capital of Czechia but you’re not really sure where to start, check out our list of the 10 best free attractions in Prague, as well as the top paid attractions in Prague too!

Free Attractions in Prague

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Prague Castle

Dating all the way back to the 9th century, Prague Castle is a huge castle complex within the city and is actually one of the biggest castle complexes in the whole world.

It’s free to roam around the enormous grounds, and the walk up to the castle itself is mightily impressive.

While you’re at Prague Castle, make sure to watch a changing of the guards ceremony; something that young kids are sure to...

Prague Zoo Admission Ticket including Round Trip Transfer

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  • A journey on the Vltava River the Prague Zoo
  • Transfer from your hotel to the boat and back
  • A tour that lets you admire the city and its animals
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Free

Charles Bridge

What you need to know:

Charles Bridge is another free attraction in Prague that’s considered to be one of the best things to see and do in the city.

The bridge connects the Old Town of Prague to Mala Strana (Lesser Town) and is famed for its many statues that line either side of the bridge.

Charles Bridge is a very popular tourist attraction so you can expect it to get very busy during the day....

Prague's Czech Beer Museum: Self-Guided Tour with Customized Beer Bottle

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  • It is a self-guided tour of Czech's beer museum
  • A complete history of beer brewing in Czech
  • Experience Czech beer brewing through time from the Golden Age to recent times
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Free

Old Town Square

What you need to know:

Prague’s Old Town Square is one of the oldest and most significant squares in the city and it dates all the way back to the 12th century.

If you’re a big fan of historic buildings and awesome churches and architecture, then the Old Town Square is definitely somewhere you’re going to want to visit while in Prague.

During the festive season, the Old Town...

Prague Black Light Mini Golf and Games Tour Including Free Drinks

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  • It is one of the latest attractions in Prague with a black mini golf
  • A tour that takes you downtown 15 minutes away from Old Town Square
  • The place is amazing with street arts and wall paintings of Czech history, legends and more
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Free

Letenské sady

What you need to know:

For one of the best views of Prague city, you need to head to the top of the hill where Letenské sady is situated.

Translated as Letna Park, this extensive expanse of land is popular all year round with both locals and tourists.

It’s home to numerous grassy patches that are idyllic for a summer picnic, as well as multiple skate park areas where local teenagers often...

Prague Astronomical Clock Tower: Entry Ticket with Introduction

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  • A tour of Prague's Old Town area
  • Insights into the mechanism of the popular astronomical clock in Prague
  • A visit to the medieval underground areas of the Old Town Hall
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Free

Malá Strana

What you need to know:

Malá Strana is also known as the Lesser Town area of Prague and it sits at the opposite side of the Vltava River via Charles Bridge.

The area is renowned for its eclectic offering of hearty pub meals, quirky hotels and the John Lennon Wall (see below).

Malá Strana is also home to plenty of cute cobblestone streets that are lined with many trees that look beautiful in...

Private Tour Through Prague Castle

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  • Explore the Cultural Heritage of the Czech Republic

    Learn about the past Kings of the Republic

    Receive a guided tour of the Palace...read more
Free

John Lennon Wall

What you need to know:

Located on the Lesser Town (Malá Strana) side of the Charles Bridge, the John Lennon Wall is now one of the best free attractions in Prague.

Since the 1980s, the wall has been covered with smatterings of John Lennon and The Beatles’ graffiti since the beloved singer’s untimely death.

On the wall, you’ll find many political statements and beliefs drawn on...

Sedlec Ossuary Castle Zleby and City Kutna Hora Private Day Tour Lunch Included

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  • Enjoy a drive through Bohemia on full-day private tour from Prague. See the Sedlec Monastery and the Church of St. Jacob, the fairytale Zleby Palace, and UNESCO-listed Kutna Hora.

    At Czech monuments there are professional guides provided by the monument administration for the best experience.

    For the road you can choose between two...read more

Admission ticket to the iMucha Exhibition in Prague

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  • In 550 square metres you will find more than two hundred original works by Alphonse Mucha.
    The use of state-of-the-art technology has literally given life to posters that are over 100 years old.
    Original souvenir...read more

Admission Ticket to the Selfie Market Exhibition in Prague

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  • Become part of the exhibition, and capture fun and exciting photos.Travel through time, around the world, or even outside of it and make the best selfies.
    Be the first, be original, be the one with the best pictures on social media.
    Use a free mobile app which shows you the objects in different...read more

Slivovitz Museum Ticket with Plum Brandy Tasting and 5D Virtual Reality

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  • Enjoy an unforgettable experience from the world of fruit spirits production, the history of distillery in Vizovice, and life in Wallachia.

    Have fun with an exclusive 5D experience where you literally become a plum
    Taste 3 kinds of fruit distillates paired with typical Wallachian finger food
    Choose between Standard or Premium (Kosher)...read more

IAM Prague – Illusion Art Museum

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  • IAM Prague’s exhibits bring to life historical techniques for creating illusions of art into the 21st century with a touch of local flair and encourages guests to touch and interact with all of its exhibits.
    Spread out over three floors in a historically-protected building, you will encounter illusion art in many different styles. Some are...read more

Original Hop on Hop off in Prague

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  • Different routes allow you to get around the city comfortably with an unlimited number of transfers. With the ticket you can enjoy 1 hour boat trip...read more

Selfie Market Entrance Ticket

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  • Selfie Market is a unique, interactive pop-up exhibition in Prague. Be the FIRST, be ORIGINAL, be the ONE with the best pictures on social...read more

Prague Castle Skip-the-line Ticket with Audio on Mobile App

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  • On this tour, you will hear the most interesting stories and legends of Prague Castle. The tour is created for those who have never been to Prague, and for those who have been there but would like to get to know the city and its gem better.

    A castle tour with an in-app audio guide is for the one who wants to listen to the story of one of...read more
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