Discover Prague with our Free Audio Guide

Get to know the best places to visit, the historical curiosities, its architecture, things to do and the most interesting legends of Prague, while enjoying a walk through its streets.

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About the city of Prague: Your comprehensive guide

Uncover a city steeped in rich history, where every cobblestone has a story to tell. Wander through a maze of narrow medieval streets, get lost in the charm of its stunning Baroque architecture, and don't miss the mesmerizing astronomical clock at the Old Town Square. Whether you're a history buff or a culture vulture, you're in for a visual and spiritual feast! As for your taste buds, don't leave without trying delicious local dishes like goulash and Trdelník.

Gastronomy: Delicious Discoveries

Prague, the capital city of the Czech Republic, boasts a rich culinary scene with distinctive local dishes and drinks. For food enthusiasts looking to savor authentic Czech flavors, starting with traditional Czech soups is a must. Try Česnečka, a garlic soup often enriched with potatoes and a smoked meat flavor. Kulajda is another well-loved creamy soup made with mushrooms, potatoes, dill, and a poached egg.

Main courses showcase hearty and flavorful elements, typically featuring meat and starchy sides. One of the staples is Svíčková, a marinated beef dish served with creamy vegetable sauce, cranberry compote, a slice of lemon, and bread dumplings. Another delectable dish is Vepřo-knedlo-zelo, which consists of roasted pork, bread dumplings, and stewed cabbage, creating a harmonious blend of flavors and textures. Don’t miss out on tasting Goulash, a robust and savory stew made with beef, onions, and paprika, usually accompanied by bread or potato dumplings. For those with a penchant for poultry, Pecená kachna, a succulent roast duck typically served with red cabbage and dumplings, is a flavorful delight.

Czech sweets are a treat for the taste buds as well. Trdelník is a popular street food, a cinnamon and sugar-coated pastry baked on an open flame, often filled with ice cream or whipped cream. Medovník, a rich honey cake layered with creamy filling, is another dessert that is sure to satisfy sweet cravings.

Wash down these delectable dishes with traditional Czech beverages. Pivo, or beer, is deeply entrenched in Czech culture, with the country being home to renowned breweries producing world-famous lagers like Pilsner Urquell. Kofola, a local herbal cola, offers a unique and refreshing non-alcoholic alternative. For those who prefer spirits, Becherovka, a herbal bitters, is a renowned Czech liqueur, often enjoyed as a digestif.

Comment: In each spot of the audio guide, we will provide you with the nearest recommended restaurants, as per Google users’ opinions, to help you experience the culinary delights mentioned, ensuring you savor the true taste of Prague.

Transportation and getting around the city

Once you touch down in Prague, snagging a ride to the city is pretty simple. Just look out for the Airport Express bus. It's a straight shot to the main railway station, and the cost isn’t going to break the bank - just a couple of euros. If you're more of an app person, there’s Uber and Bolt available, so you can catch a ride without the hassle of exchanging currencies immediately.

So, once you're nestled in the heart of the city, there’s a cool selection of trams, buses, and metros to get you around. Grab a transport pass, it's super handy and you can get it from any metro station. It'll get you unlimited rides, so whether it’s just a day or three, you're covered. Oh, and don’t worry about being lost in translation - the ticket machines have an English option.

Now, if you want to see Prague in style, you’ve gotta jump on one of those classic red sightseeing buses. You can snag tickets online or just grab one from the kiosk at the Old Town Square. You'll see the city’s gems without breaking a sweat.

Prague’s a bit of a walker’s paradise, especially the areas around Old Town, Charles Bridge, and Prague Castle. So lace up some comfy sneakers and just lose yourself in the maze of the cobblestone streets, and don’t forget to sneak a peek at the Astronomical Clock - it’s a sight to behold!

But hey, if you find yourself tuckered out after wandering, just hail a taxi. It’s cool to catch a ride, but a little pro tip - it’s usually cheaper if you call for one instead of getting one off the street. And make sure the meter's running to keep it all fair and square.

So there you go, just a bunch of casual tips to make your Prague trip a breeze. Enjoy the city, and don’t forget to try some local beer!

Key spots included in our audio guide and grouped for your 1, 3, 5-day trip or more:
1d : Prague Castle . Charles Bridge . Old Town Square . St. Vitus Cathedral .

3d : Prague Castle . Charles Bridge . Old Town Square . St. Vitus Cathedral . Prague Astronomical Clock . Vyšehrad . Národní muzeum . The Powder Tower . Old Town Bridge Tower .

5d : Prague Castle . Charles Bridge . Old Town Square . St. Vitus Cathedral . Prague Astronomical Clock . Vyšehrad . Národní muzeum . The Powder Tower . Klementinum . Old Town Bridge Tower . Church of Our Lady before Týn . St. Nicholas Church . Spanish Synagogue . Jerusalem Synagogue . Municipal House .

All : Prague Castle . Charles Bridge . Old Town Square . St. Vitus Cathedral . Prague Astronomical Clock . Vyšehrad . Národní muzeum . Prague Zoo . The Powder Tower . Petrin Tower . Dancing House . Klementinum . Letna Park . National Technical Museum . Franz Kafka - Rotating Head . Old Town Bridge Tower . Královská obora Stromovka . Žižkov Television Tower . Church of Our Lady before Týn . Waldstein Garden . Rudolfinum . St. Nicholas Church . Spanish Synagogue . Church of Our Lady Victorious and The Infant Jesus of Prague . Lennon Wall . Grébovka (Havlíčkovy sady) . Lobkowicz Palace . Trojský zámek . Riegrovy sady . DOX Centre for Contemporary Art . Botanical Garden . The Estates Theatre . Franciscan Gardens . Loreto . Staroměstská radnice . The Vrtba Garden . Jerusalem Synagogue . The State Opera . Hradcany Square . Waldstein Palace (Wallenstein Palace) . National Memorial on Vítkov Hill . The Royal Garden . National Gallery Prague - Convent of St. Agnes . Memorial to the Victims of Communism . Celetná . Municipal House .

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