Prague has to be one of my favourite European cities I’ve traveled to: I completely fell in love with its baroque buildings, vivid culture, traditional food, and – of course – cheap beer. Another great thing about Prague is that you don’t have to spend a fortune to see and do everything that the city has to offer. In fact, this list is composed primarily of things that are, if not free, relatively cheap. Whether you’re there for one day or thirty, you won’t find yourself running low on things to do in Prague.
Traveling throughout Europe can leave you with some big, albeit totally worth it, holes in your wallet. So, if you’re at all concerned about saving money and getting the most out of your travels, doing a bit of research on the various attractions and services offered ahead of time is worth your while. While in Prague, I did just that and discovered that free walking tours were everywhere. Tour guides throughout the main streets offer tourists a completely free 2.5 hour walking tour in Prague. Too good to be true? Keep reading to find out.
If you’re looking for something a bit “different” to do in Prague, then the Sedlec Ossuary in Kutná Hora has you covered. I’m sure you’ve seen your fair share of churches, temples, and the like while travelling, but this chapel is far from typical. Upon stepping inside this unassuming building you’ll be surrounded by the bones of about 40, 000 people, which have been used as decoration. Despite the relatively small size of the chapel, the history behind why the skeletons were initially brought here and what the inspiration was for putting them on display all make the visit well worth the trip.