1. See the Infant Jesus of Prague - Admire the beautiful, ornate statue of the infant Jesus holding a globus cruciger, which has decorated the aisles of the Discalced Carmelite Church of Our Lady Victorious since the 17th century.
2. Explore the Old Town Square - Surrounded on all sides by historic architectural marvels, the Old Town square is the figurative heart of Prague. Roam its quaint streets, admire its buildings, hang out in its cafes and enjoy its lively ambience for a great experience in the city.
3. Visit the Prague Castle - Tour the grand Prague castle with the help of a guide, learning all about its architecture, its role in Prague’s imperial past and its present-day status as the official residence of the President of Czech Republic.
4. Watch the Astronomical Clock Strike an Hour - Stand in the Old Square as the chimes of the legendary Astronomical Clock striking the hour fill the air. When it does so from 9.00 a.m. to 11.00 p.m., the clock sets in motion the procession of the Twelve Apostles and some other figures. It is a memorable sight indeed.
5. Catch the view from the top of old town hall tower - Admiring the vibrant activity of the Old Town Square from the top of the old town hall tower is a fantastic way to experience Prague. The spectacle of the Astronomical Clock is also better enjoyed from up here.
6. Stroll across the Charles Bridge - Walk leisurely across the 15th century Charles Bridge that connects the banks of the Vltava River in Prague and enjoys the thoroughfare of entertainment activities that takes place there all day long.
7. Witness the old Jewish Ghetto - Pay a tribute to the victims of the Holocaust on a visit to the Jewish Ghetto. The Old Jewish Cemetery and the Pinkas Synagogue should be visited. You can also enjoy the many kosher restaurants that line the streets of the Ghetto for some traditional cuisine experiences.
8. See the Treasures of St Vitus Cathedral - One of the most majestic structures in Prague, the St. Vitus Cathedral is the site not only of imperial coronations but also the place where some of the most important figures of Prague lie buried including patron saints, royals and noblemen.
9. Take a walk in the Golden Lane - Quaint, brightly coloured houses line on side of the street in the Golden Lane and are delightful to experience. Pay a visit to Franz Kafka’s house while you’re here and indulge in some souvenir shopping in the dainty shops around.
10. Investigate the KGB Museum - Relics from USSR’s communist past line the halls of the KGB Museum. Gaze upon artefacts like the death mask of Lenin, the Trotsky murder weapon, the radio from Beria’s cabinet, laboratory equipment used by the KGB among others, and learn about the tumultuous history of USSR with a visit to this place.
11. Take a selfie at the John Lennon wall - Admire the artistry that pays a tribute to the legendary music sensation and clicks some great pictures with his gigantic images as you visit the length of this iconic wall in Prague.
12. Learn about Communism at Museum of Communism - Communism has played a huge role in shaping the history of Czech Republic, and especially Prague, and learning about this is a great thing to do in Prague to understand the city better.
13. Have a beer on the Vltava River - All along the Vltava River stand cafes and bars that serve hearty mugs of beer to thirsty customers. Enjoy the pleasant views as you gulp down the sumptuous beer Prague has to offer.
14. Walk the backstreets of Mala Strana - Exploring the ancient streets of this Prague district is an unforgettable experience which reveals ancient houses, grand palaces, quaint alleyways, and plenty of eateries. From the middle ages to modern structures, time is well represented here.
15. Immerse yourself in the Prague nightlife - Visit iconic sites in the day, party hard at night- that’s what holidaying in Prague is about. The many bars, pubs, dance clubs and other entertainment establishments make this an easy dictum to follow.
16. Watch the changing of the guard at Prague castle - Witnessing the majestic Changing of the Guard ceremony, with its drums, banners, and general fanfare, in the grounds of the Prague Castle is a memorable thing to do in Prague.
17. Take the funicular to Petrin Hill - Pay a visit to the famous Petrin Hill while you’re in Prague. Riding the funicular to its summit is a great way to enjoy the views around the hill and have an adventurous outing.
18. Watch Skateboarders at the Letna Park - Skateboard if you can or simply enjoy the graceful movements of the skateboarders as you sit back and relax on the grassy lawns of the large Letna Park on Letna hill in Prague.
19. Enjoy nature at Jelení Príkop - Exploring the ins and outs of this magical natural ravine and discovering its secrets is a beautiful experience to have in Prague. Head out for an early morning run in Jelení Príkop to enjoy the best of nature’s bounty.
20. Get amazed while crossing the Deer Moat Pedestrian Tunnel - Walking through the magnificent tunnel that spans the grounds of the Prague Castle and borders the Jeleni Prikop is one of the most exotic things to do in Prague. It is a chance to experience nature and architecture at their best together.
21. Head to Petrin lookout tower - Seated on the Petrin Hill is the Petrin Observation Tower which offers some of the most magnificent views of Prague. All you have to do to enjoy this view! Climb up the 299 stairs that wind around the tower and lead straight to the observation room.
22. Visit the old Jewish cemetery in Prague - Located in the Jewish Ghetto, this cemetery is the largest Jewish cemetery in Europe and contains graves from the 15th to the 17th century. Some of the most important people of the Jewish community are buried here.
23. Spot the impressive Moorish interior design at the synagogue - Gasp in wonder at the intense architectural creativity that emboldens the interiors of the Spanish Synagogue in Prague. Built on the style of the Moorish Revival, this structure is a must-visit.
24. Walk around the Wenceslas Square in the heart of New Town Prague at - The commercial and administrative centre of Prague, Wenceslas Square is a great place to explore of a night. Great restaurants, groovy dance clubs, flashy bars and a lot more can be found here to light up your night.
25. Check out Prague's famous Old Town Square at night - Majestic by the day, magical by the night- a visit to the Old Town square at night, when all its major buildings are lit up and live music is enlivening its streets, is a lovely experience you will remember for long.
26. Watch the sunrise at Charles Bridge - Stand in the beautiful silence of a fresh morning on the ancient bridge and watch the warmly glowing sunrise up on the horizon as the river rolls by underneath you.
27. Watch opera, theatre and ballet in Prague at National Theatre - Some of the best artistic performances are rendered at the National Theatre in Prague, and spending an evening enjoying them is a great way to experience the culture of the city.
28. Visit St. Nicholas Church for its stunning baroque architecture - The best exemplar of the impressive Baroque architecture to be found in Prague, the St. Nicholas church is one of the must-visits in the city. Its breathtaking scope will leave you amazed, while its intricate frescos will imprint themselves in your memory for a long time to come.
29. Take a guided tour of the Jewish Quarter including the Old Jewish Cemetery - A guided tour of one of the most important Jewish settlements in Europe will allow you to understand the great and often troubled history of the community. A visit to the ancient Jewish cemetery followed by visits to the Museum and the synagogue will complete your tour.
30. Take a walk around the Strahov Monastery complex with its famous cloisters and library - Experience the spiritual depth of this ancient monastery, enjoy the awe-inspiring library with its rare collections of medieval manuscripts, maps and globes, and marvel at the frescoes of the Classical Philosophy Hall as you spend an afternoon exploring this marvellous complex.
31. Climb up the Charles Bridge-gate towers - Playing dual roles, one as the entrance to the Old Town and other as the Triumphal gate on the Charles Bridge, the Old Town Bridge Tower is a magnificent structure to visit in Prague. Climb the 138 steps to the gallery for gorgeous views of the city with the river cutting through it.
32. Visit the Dancing House - Enjoy the exquisite sight of the building which seems to be dancing while you roam around Prague. The Dancing Towers are a neo-Baroque architectural structure, extremely eye-catching and inspiring to behold.
33. Admire the swans at Vltava River - Admire the swans at Vltava River for a touch of soothing serenity in the midst of bustling sightseeing.
34. Get amazed by watching a book tunnel that appears to go on forever - A mind-boggling vertical tunnel made up of stacks upon stacks of books- this unique attraction is not to be missed in Prague.
35. Visit tower in a tower at Jindrisska Tower - Enjoy the fantastic views and awe-inspiring Gothic architecture with a visit to the highest freestanding bell tower in Prague. Pay a visit to the carillon in the tower too- it is a beautiful, musical experience unlike any other.
36. Hire the boat and wander around the small islands on the Vltava - Go island hopping in the Vltava river with a rented boat, stopping to enjoy the unique characteristics of the tiny islands, and even picnicking on them if you so, please.
37. Warm up in a century-old cellar - sauna! - Relax in the spectacular wooden finish sauna that fills up the ancient halls of this erstwhile cellar. It is a soothing and luxurious way to end a hectic day in Prague.
38. Visit Bohemian paradise nature reserve - Crazy rock formations, sweeping pine forests, grand castles, and wooden villages make up the interiors of this geo-park, so beautiful to experience that visiting it is like stepping into paradise indeed.
39. See the only Cubist Lantern in the world - Stop by this artistic lamppost next to Wenceslas Square, and admire the marvellous result produced by the fusion of Cubism with architecture.