Self-Guided Walking Tours of Prague

Astronomical Clock in Prague
Astronomical Clock in Prague

Prague is best explored on foot. The city’s beautiful architecture, famous squares, and pedestrian streets make it an ideal place to go sightseeing without using public transportation. To that end, below are a number of options for self-guided walking tours of Prague.

Castle Hill
This classic tour will take you to see some of the most famous sights in Prague, including Prague Castle and the surrounding area. It is a great way to spend an afternoon in the city, and is perfect for history lovers.

Charles Bridge to Old Town Square
This self-guided walking tour of Prague takes you from the city’s most beloved bridge to its most historic square. It is a great way to see some of Prague’s most famous sightseeing highlights in one stroll.

Charles Bridge to Charles Square
While this tour starts at the same place as the previous one, it takes you further afield to explore some of Prague’s slightly off-the-beaten-path areas, including the historic area of Vysehrad.

Mala Strana to Hradcany
The areas of Mala Strana and Hradcany are some of the prettiest in the city. This self-guided walking tour of Prague takes visitors through some of the famous areas by the Vltava River and up Castle Hill.

Buses from Prague to Nuremberg

Tyn Church in Prague
Prague

Buses from Prague to Nuremberg are a great way to travel to Germany. There are no direct trains from Prague to Nuremberg, so the best way to get from the capital of the Czech Republic to the beautiful city in Bavaria is to take a bus.

Services on this route are operated by Deutsche Bahn and Student Agency. The former operates coaches during the day, and the latter runs buses between the two cities at night.

Deutsche Bahn’s daytime buses depart every two hours from Prague’s Hlavni Nadrazi train station. They arrive at the Nuremberg Hauptbahnhof, or main train station. Both are centrally located and connected to all forms of public transportation.

The journey time on these buses is 3 hours and 40 minutes, making the trip relatively quick and convenient. That said, if you have a connection to make in Germany, leave yourself some extra time in case there is traffic en route.

Tickets cost from 19 euros one-way for singles if you purchase them online ahead of time.

Student Agency’s overnight buses from Prague to Nuremberg depart from the Florenc bus station and arrive at the main bus station in Nuremberg. The journey time is 4 hours and 5 minutes. Tickets cost from 27 euros one-way for singles if you buy them online in advance.

Prague Sightseeing Map

Below you will find a Prague sightseeing map.

The interactive map shows the top cultural and historical sightseeing attractions in Prague.

These include museums, bridges, squares, and places of interest.

You can click on the blue pins for more information about each destination on the map.


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