Here is our list with the best Prague tips on Hotels, Restaurants, Uber, Taxis, the Prague Airport and Casinos.
Prague Tips on Hotels
Other Great Hotels to Stay in Prague: Another three good choices are Corinthia, Intercontinental, and Hilton Old Town. Out of the three, Hilton Old town has the most central position and then Intercontinental. Corinthia is
Prague Tips – Restaurants
For Meat Lovers: try the Brasileiro restaurant. There are two Brasileiro restaurants in Prague. Brasileiro offers an all you can eat buffet with meat that is being brought to you all the time, and if you are not a meat lover you can still try prawns, sushi, vegetables
For Italian Food Lovers
- Elements restaurant inside the President hotel is an elegant Italian restaurant. Dark atmosphere and
niceview of the river.
- Kogo restaurant is the best Italian restaurant in Prague.
For Czech Food/Local Food Lovers
- Kolkovna restaurant (several locations) is a solid choice for local Czech food. Not a fancy place but it serves the best local food, together with the popular Lokal restaurant.
- Lokal restaurant is a very popular choice for Czech food. Book ahead. It is a place with local Czech food cooked with great materials but
don’texpect anything upscale or super trendy. Stillit is very popular with locals and tourists.
For Beer and Meat in Prague
Potrefena Restaurants: it has two restaurants. The Potrefena Husa is more visited and it is two minutes walk from Hilton Old town hotel. Here you will find many young people and a lively atmosphere. It also has good prices. With 20 euros per person, you can have a great dinner. Make sure that you book ahead even during weekdays, as it is very crowded. It offers pork ribs cooked with Leffe beer (recommended), burgers, steaks and pasta. Deserts include creme brulee with raspberries (recommended), applepie(recommended),panacotta.
For Argentinian Food Lovers
Your best try for Argentinian Restaurant in Prague is: Grand Fiero Restaurant
Another great Prague Restaurant suggestion for
which is still beautiful but with no live music.
Prague Tips on Transportation
Prague Tips on Shopping
From what we checked, there is no specific bargain in shopping at Prague for Luxury brands.
Prague Tips on Walking around the town
Prague is mostly flat and easy to walk around. Moreover, it is safe even at night. It is suggested to wear flat shoes and not High heels as the pavements are paved with small stones and they have many small gaps. If you are staying centrally, you will reach most old town spots in a ten to fifteen minutes walk. Prague is very romantic to walk around during the day or night but bring some warm clothes if you are arriving in winter or early spring time.
Prague Tips on
the Prague’s Airport
The Airport of Prague is called “Vaclav Havel Airport” and its code is PRG (in IATA). You will wonder what’s the relation of PRG with the name. The reason is that this airport used to be called Prague Ruzyne Airport, and this is the reason that PRG is still the code name for the airport. There is only one airport in Prague and is pretty close to Prague (around 20 minutes drive time).
The airport is modern, clean and fast. It has two terminals, T1 and T2. Inside, you will find an information kiosk and an exchange office.
It also has a self check in process for several airlines. The employees at the airport are fluent with English, so you will not have a problem getting information and communicating. The gates are close to the check in, about five minutes walk. If you need to change floors there are elevators everywhere so no worries about carrying heavy suitcases.
The shops in the airport are more or less the typical ones. Clothes shops with boss, armani, lacoste etc, souvenir shops, toys and bags shops ( Tumi, Samsonite etc) and tech electronic shops.
Shops include max mara, porsche design, victoria’s secret, geox, swarosfski. The Paul boulangerie is a nice choice to grab something quick to eat.
If you are traveling with a baby, you will find iseful the seperate baby room.
You can find vending machines that sell water and refreshments and accept credit cards.
During the check in audit you will be asked to put out the liquids from your suitcase and place the laptops/tablets in a seperate tray. Women are often asked to take out their shoes as well.
The airport offers a free wifi network without the need to register but just to accept the terms and conditions about the usage.
English Speaking level in Prague at the Services Industries
Hotel and restaurants staff speak fluent english. With taxi drivers it is a different story as many of them don’t know even the basic english.