Nightlife – Prague’s nightlife scene is nothing short of exciting. If you plan to visit higher-end restaurants, bars, and nightclubs, make sure to dress smart and avoid particularly baggy or loose-fitting clothing. Men may not be allotted entry into trendier places with shorts or sneakers, so be sure to dress accordingly!
Exploring the City – The Old Town Square, Wenceslas Square, and Charles Bridge are just some of the amazing things to explore in Prague. Climb to the top of one of the city’s towers to see a stunning view of the Gothic cathedral against a backdrop of colorful buildings and red rooftops. Exploring the city center, you will find Soviet-style ‘milk bars’, greasy spoons serving food from the bygone communist era; alternative and funky cafes; an interactive Franz Kafka museum; and plenty of hearty food. Cross the Charles Bridge to get a view of the newer part of the city, or climb a steep hill to visit the Prague Castle. Be sure to dress for the season, and stick with muted colors to fit in with the locals.
Off the Beaten Path – Feeling adventurous? Head just outside of town to Sedlec, where you can visit the Ossuary – a medieval church decorated with the skulls and bones of over 40,000 people. There’s no dress code per se, though dressing conservatively is always recommended when visiting a holy site.
Hiking – In Prague, nature lovers need not fret. The forested hills and the Vlatava River offer plenty of opportunities to grab a beer outside or take a hike in the woods. Be sure to dress for the season and remember, layering is key!