You might have been thinking about what to see and do in Prague while you come here for Prague Floorball Cup. If you follow the steps of this guide you can never go wrong.
HISTORICAL CITY ATMOSPHERE
Prague is a city with rich history. It flourished in Middle Ages during the reign of Charles IV. This era is still strongly present in the tortuous streets of the Old Town. It is not about the Middle Ages, but the whole Czech history was happening here.
HRADČANY FROM CHARLES BRIDGE
The famous panorama of Hradčany is really breathtaking. The best way how to experience it is to walk across the Charles Bridge – the oldest bridge in Prague lined with dozens of baroque statues. The legend says, that there were eggs used while building this bridge to strengthen it! We have a smart tip for you! If you wake up very early, you can walk on the one and only Charles Bridge without bumping into hundreds of other tourists.
Have you ever got a postcard from Prague? If yes, then definitely Prague Castle was not missing there. This monumental castle with its jewel St. Vitus Cathedral is definitely a must-see when visiting Prague. The castle also offers great views over Prague´s rooftops. People say Prague is a hundred-spired city. Can you count them all?
CHRISTMAS ATMOSPHERE AT THE OLD TOWN SQUARE
Don’t miss the last chance to enjoy beautiful Christmas atmosphere in Prague. Until 6th January, Three King´s Day, and the last day of Christmas, there is a huge tree and beautiful Christmas market at the Old Town Square. Are you cold? A cup of mulled wine will warm you up.
Beer is an essential part of Czech culture. Taste famous Czech beer in traditional pubs like U Pinkasů, Lokál, U Medvídků or U Zlatého tygra. Czech beer is famous all over the world and when you taste it, you will understand why.
TASTY CZECH CUISINE
Czech cuisine is specific and extraordinary. Prague is the best place where to taste traditional dishes which are not perfectly good for your diet but will definitely delight your stomachs. You can try one of these restaurants: Lokál offering Czech classics in traditional way, Eska making them follow the newest culinary trends or La Degustation Bohême Bourgeoise - a high-end restaurant with Michellinstar.
OUTDOOR ICE SKATING
During winter time, Prague offers various places where you can go ice skating outdoors. You can choose from rinks located in the historical city center like Ovocný trh or Na Františku or some spots that are a bit further from the center like Letná field or Tower Ice park below the famous Žižkov Tower. Several shopping malls like Galerie Harfa, Arkády Pankrác, Centrum Černý Most offer this possibility too. Usually the places also include ice skates rental.
Fancy for some culture? The historical building of National Theatre is cultural experience itself. You can choose from variety of ballets and operas and be a part of amazing spectacle in great space.
You might need to recharge your energy after all these experiences. You can easily do it over a cup of coffee in one of traditional cafés with long history. Café Louvre was established in 1902 and it was very popular among artists and scientists. Franz Kafka or Albert Einstein used to spend a lot of time there. On the other hand, modern coffee culture is strongly present in Prague as well. In that case try Mamacoffee or EMA Espresso Bar.
CHEERING YOUR TEAM ON!
And the most important thing what to do in Prague? Cheer the fantastic players on! :)