Here is the Drunken Monkey’s master list of what we consider cool and fun things to do in and around Prague. More to come…
Souvenirs: Check out our page on sustainable tourism for a list of cool places to get locally made souvenirs.
Best Beer in town:
U Zlatého tygra The type of place where your waiter brings you a beer without asking once it’s below a certain point. Get reservations even in the off-season and be prepared to throw back a ton of beer.
Farmers’ Market at Náplavka: Every Saturday from 8am-2pm at the river front. Grab a prosecco or beer and stick around for the afternoon. The waterfront gets packed with people all day.
Farmers’ Market at Jiřák: Located at JZP, it runs every Wed, Th, Fri from 8am-6pm. Great place to get lunch, and a 5 min walk from Riegrovy sady beer garden.
National galleries: Prague’s national galleries located all over the city have a massive amount of rotating exhibitions. See some classic masters, or modern head-tilters and everything in between.
Check out: https://www.ngprague.cz/en/exhibitions-and-events/ to see what’s currently going on around the city
Communism: Multimedia displays & artifacts presenting a picture of life under the Communist regime in Prague.
City of Prague: Not to be confused with the National Museum, this one is dedicated to just Prague. one of the original faces to the Astronomical clock is currently on display and is much easier to see than the replica that currently hangs in old town square.
Exchange: eXchange: Best place in the city to exchange. Make sure you don’t get fooled by the scammers who hang out in front near the end of the day. To be safe, just go to any bank ATM to pull out cash.
Hands down the best brewery tour in the country.
You will need to book this in advance! Which you can do so here:
Make sure to hit the resturaunt “Parkan” after the tour, it’s the only place in the world that sells unfiltered and unpasteurized Pilsner Urquell