Your Romantic Trip To Prague: 10 TOP To See & To Do Attractions

Feb 10, 2019
Prague Escort

If you ever thought about where to spend vacation or where to go for a city break, one of the possibilities was probably Prague. It is the capital and the largest city of the Czech Republic. As this city is situated in the centre of Europe, it is called - aside from a lot of other nicknames - „the Heart of European Union“.

There are about 1,2 million of inhabitants living in Prague and it is the 14th biggest city in Europe. As suggested above, it is also a very popular tourist destination. About 4,5 million tourists visited Prague last year. But why exactly is it so popular? The answer is simple. There are a lot of things to do in this wonderful metropole. You can spend hours on sights, you can go to concerts and cabarets or to one of hundreds Prague’s pubs or clubs which are ready to please the needs and requirements of you and your party escort. They are literally waiting so you can spend an unrepeatable night full of amusement the way you like it.

To make your visit a never to forget experience full of culture and amusement we created this guide where we advise you 10 of the top things to do with your Prague escort so you can make the most out of your stay.
1. La Degustation Bohême Bourgeoise:
At Czech restaurants, traditional frequently implies heavy. Fortunately, the chefs at stylish La Degustation Bohême Bourgeoise prepare their Bohemian tasting menus with a lighter touch. Each of the seven courses is preceded with its own amuse-bouche, so allow at least three hours for a meal here. But time flies thanks to the original fare, which is based on recipes from an 1880 Czech cookbook. Expect the likes of smoked beef tongue with chickpea puree and pickled shallots, and garlic beef tartare under a crusty pastry. There are also real surprises, like a gelatinous tomato meringue that melts to release honey and balsamic vinegar.
2. Charles Bridge:
Commissioned by King Charles IV in 1357, Prague’s most stunning bridge spans 16 arches and is lined with 30 Baroque statues of religious figures. The bridge’s 1,700 ft. (520 m) of cobblestone are used for wholly temporal purposes, however. Each afternoon, painters and hot-dog vendors fight for space with and custom from the hordes of tourists who are themselves elbowing one another for the best views of the Vltava River. If you arrive at dawn, you’ll beat the crowds and enjoy a glorious sunrise next to your escort Praha.
3. Bunkr Parukarka:
The Cold War ended two decades ago, but Bunkr Parukarka keeps the celebration going and is an ideal club to visit with your Prague escort. Housed underground in what was a 1950s nuclear bunker, this quirky nightclub welcomes revellers through a graffiti-covered door that juts out from a hillside. Inside, the venue pulsates with avant-garde electro-pop and industrial tracks, spun by some of the city’s top DJs. Claustrophobes needn’t fret: two ventilation towers and a few emergencies exits reduce the risk of meltdown.
4. U Medvidku Beer Hall and Restaurant:
Serious beer drinkers should head straight to this 550-year-old institution to sample its infamous X Beer 33. The dark, bittersweet lager ferments for six months in an oak barrel and has an alcohol content of 11.8%, making it the strongest brew in the Czech Republic. Be sure to line the stomach with hearty specialties like larded roast beef in sour cream with white bread dumplings and remember to pace yourself.
5. Communism:
Under communist rule, authorities arrested more than 200,000 Czechs and shot 327 others dead as they tried to flee across the border. The simple but stirring Memorial to the Victims of Communism captures that agony with six sculptures of a man in progressive decay. Just as moving are the literal depictions of state-sponsored terrorism, told through photos, propaganda and videos at the Museum of Communism although here the story ends on a high note, with galleries on the peaceful "velvet revolution" that ended the nightmare.
6. Zizkov:
When the sun sets, venture east to Zizkov, a former industrial suburb and the epicenter of Prague’s rough-and-tumble nightlife. More than 300 bars dot the neighborhood’s two square miles (five sq km), which almost certainly represents the highest per capita concentration of drinking venues in any district in Europe. Leave your fancy dress at home as Zizkov is for real travel escorts. Zizkov is a place of convivial dives, replete with beer served in plastic cups.
7. Petrin Hill:
For some fresh air, catch the funicular railway from Ujezd to the top of the 1,000-ft. (300 m) Petrin Hill, one of city’s greenest spaces. The area’s eclectic sights include landscaped gardens, a miniature version of the Eiffel Tower, a mirror maze and, quirkiest of all, the Church of St. Michael an 18th century wooden building relocated here from a village in the Ukraine for national enlightenment.
8. David Cerny’s Public Sculptures:
The country’s most famous sculptor has a knack for simultaneously amusing and offending the public. Many of his weird and controversial sculptures remain on display throughout the city, including Babies (10 enormous and rather creepy infants that crawl up the Zizkov TV Tower), Brownnosers (visitors climb ladders and peer into the backsides of two oversize statues outside the Futura Gallery to see videos of an actor resembling President Vaclav Klaus eating baby food) and Piss (two male figures that urinate in a puddle, spelling out quotations from Czech literature).
9. Prague Castle:
Roughly the size of seven football fields, Prague Castle is the largest ancient castle in the world and therefore a must visit if your escort girl in Prague is a real culture lover. Built and renovated during 13 centuries, the complex includes churches, gardens, alleyways and royal residences that would take days to appreciate. Don’t miss the St. Vitus Cathedral. In addition to Art Nouveau stained-glass windows and a wooden depiction of the crucifixion, it houses treasures like the tomb of St. John of Nepomuk a blinding two metric ton vault that is held up by an army of silver angels.
10. Old Town Square:
Despite a number of foreign invaders, Prague’s Old Town Square has remained virtually untouched since the 10th century. Today’s marauders consist largely of tourists who congregate to eat alfresco while admiring a hodgepodge of architecture including the Rococo Kinsky Palace, the Gothic Tyn Cathedral and the Baroque St. Nicholas Church, to name a few. An ever-changing cast of musicians, protesters, dance troupes, punks and vendors make the square as colourful as the buildings that surround it.
As you could read Prague is a wonderful city not only in terms of its history and tradition, but also thanks to its vast possibilities. Hopefully our 10 tips will help you to get the most out of your visit. Don’t forget to plan your visit with your Prague escort in advance as otherwise you risk being overwhelmed by virtually endless entertainment possibilities. Prague loves tourists, so you need not to worry that you would be met with hostility or poor services. Relax and enjoy your stay!
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