Group Activities in Prague

THE 10 BEST Prague Large Group Activities & Things to Do

Best Group Activities in Prague

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  • Brian K
    Renfrew, UK606 contributions
    Large square in the old town filled with lots of bars and restaurants along with the historic clock . The area can get very busy with lots of tourists but is somewhere to visit and enjoy .
    Written January 16, 2023
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  • Louise M
    Staveley, UK30 contributions
    Great views of the castle.
    They are in the process of cleaning the statues, will look great when completed.
    In the warmer weather I can see it will be a great atmosphere here
    Definitely worth visiting at night time as well when the bridge and castle are lit up
    Written January 27, 2023
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  • TravelerTrecker
    Houston741 contributions
    I spent 9 days in Prague and I have the opportunity to see many sites. To me the most impressive ones are: the Loreta, the Cathedral of Saint Nicholas, the Spanish Synagogue, the Cathedral of Saint Pater and Saint Paul at Vyserhad, the Municipal House, and the St. Vitus Cathedral.

    This was my second trip to Prague. In my first visit, I took a tour, which was a mistake. Majority of tours take you only to the main entrance and you will have a very limited visit to the cathedral that only allows you to see some windows and the roof. I strongly recommend to pay the ticket to visit the cathedral. The ticket is not expensive and allows you to see 4 sites including the Royal Palace, the Saint George Basilica, the Golden Line, and the St, Vitus Cathedral. You may spend a whole afternoon visiting these sites and all of them are impressive. The ticket costs approximately 10 dollars. I arrived at noon on a beautiful Monday; there were no lines. The Cathedral is not crowded as most tours do not go inside and stop at the main entrance; in addition, not many people pay for the ticket. The visit is actually relaxing and quiet; you will find mainly independent tourists.

    Saint Vitus Cathedral has very impressive windows and roses. The two roses describe the life of Christ; there is an art nouveau colorful window depicting the saints of the Czech republic; this window was painted by Mucha. The music hall has beautiful décor, the side doors are beautiful, the golden portal is magnificent, the tomb of Saint Wenceslaus is really nice (the paintings, the door knobs, etc.), the tomb of Saint John Nepomuceno is an impressive baroque tomb made of silver, the roof is lovely, etc.

    You have to read online on the sites inside the cathedral or have a good guide book. It is easy to understand. The cathedral was built over a period of almost 600 years and because of this, it is eclectic as it depicts many art styles in a single building (gothic, baroque, neoclassical, art nouveau). The Cathedral dominates Prague and you can see it from almost every place.

    Once outside, walk around the cathedral and look for the rooster, the golden helmet, and Sigismund, the big bell located in the roof.
    Written January 27, 2023
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  • Travis H. Marriott
    Nevada City, CA18 contributions
    The size of the castle complex is pretty expansive, and it's situated high on a high, so if you aren't interested in visitiing the castle you're probably not in Prague long enough to. Or you don't know what you're going to miss. Unless spectacular, and old architecture isn't something you want to see. Probably in the wrong continent. Must MUST visit St. Vitus, and Golden Lane. Golde Lane is all hidden upstairs!!! Shops and stores sure, but the hidden muesem of amazing is upstairs. must visit IMHO. I would pay again and go again! if you're on the castle side, you're probably on foot. You have a hike and it's worth it. Plenty to do or see on the way up and down! I love Prague!
    Written January 23, 2023
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  • Γιωτα Ξ
    Prague, Czech Republic12 contributions
    We went to the zoo today. Easy access with metro and then bus, not far out of the centre. Very big zoo and we were amazed in how much space each animal has. There were venues with heating for thgw tropical animals. Very organised with many wc and benches to rest. In a few words we loved it. Adults about 13€ entrance
    Written January 26, 2023
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  • hydrojoe
    Ottawa, Canada222 contributions
    The astronmical clock is an old timepiece located on the corner of the old town hall. in the old part of Prague It is quite an intrecate clock that gives quite a bit more information than just the time. Its workings are better explaned on the Web than me trying by best to describe its functions. It is, however, a must see.
    Written January 28, 2023
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  • Brian K
    Renfrew, UK606 contributions
    You will walk through here if you are heading for the castle / Kafka museum or the funicular train . Lots of nice quaint streets with various bars etc . We liked it .
    Written January 17, 2023
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  • Raintree_Thailand
    Bangkok, Thailand3,299 contributions
    Historical hilltop neighborhood that is the setting for the Prague Castle, St. Vitus Cathedral, numerous palaces, and (now) government offices; cobblestone streets, small alleys and lots of great views of the city below.
    Written January 11, 2023
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  • hrmanager
    Enfield, UK580 contributions
    We bought a ticket and audio guide which gave us access to all of the sites but we didn't have time to visit them all. The Spanish synagogue was very beautiful but the most interesting element was the old cemetery and the small synagogue with the names of all the holocaust victims. My audio tour stopped working half way round and the guide I spoke to was unable to help me with it, which was a little disappointing.
    Written December 5, 2022
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  • Brian K
    Renfrew, UK606 contributions
    There are some lovely views from the top of Petrin hill but we didn’t fancy walking up and enjoyed going up in the wee train . It was busy and full of tourists but there is plenty of space to spread out at the top of the hill . Think it runs up and down every 15 minutes . Nice thing to do on a sunny / dry day .
    Written January 17, 2023
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  • AlwaysForever
    Pennsylvania, Usa351 contributions
    If you visit, do take the included headphones and listen to the narrative. Most is done by the current generation of Lobkowicz family members and quite interesting. Frankly, I think this museum would be significantly less interesting without the narrative. They discuss the family and share some of their art collection. It is at the end of the castle area but it is not included on the castle ticket. It is worth the extra price.
    Written August 15, 2022
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  • Sarah K
    4 contributions
    Vysehrad National Cultural Monument is also possible to go to the crypt where you can see a lot of hidden places
    Written January 14, 2023
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  • Kevin S
    Pontypridd, UK5,875 contributions
    Not attractive from the outside, many people might not be inclined to enter especially with a 60krona entrance fee . But inside it is absolutely beautiful, stunning features from every angle.
    Written December 17, 2022
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  • JRMADA
    United States3,254 contributions
    Took a tour at the Municipal House and what a place. The tour was informative and interesting. One can buy tickets online and pictures are not only allowed but encouraged here. Not suitable for children under 10. Highly recommend it!
    Written July 21, 2022
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  • DuncanTCH
    East Greenbush, NY1,085 contributions
    Our tour guide, after a longer morning touring around the Prague Castle, took us off to the side to the Wallenstein Palace Gardens so that we could sit, relax and enjoy the surroundings. It was the perfect place to rechange our batteries…and based upon the number of locals enjoying their lunches there, obviously an exceptionally popular spot with the locals. The gardens were beautiful with wonderful water features and carved walls (to look like random carvings, but actually contain hidden images). And the gardens were exceptionally well maintained.
    Written November 11, 2022
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