Prague is the capital and the largest city of Czech Republic. It is a home to 1.3 million warm and hospitable people. Easter is one of the best times to visit Prague, it’s spring season, and the weather is perfect, not so cold and not too hot. During Easter, you can never miss the famous Easter markets, eye catching and cheerful Easter decorations are all around. When it comes to rent a car Prague, the place has lots to offer, just remember that even if you can hire a car, you still need to wear a good pair of shoes that you can comfortably walk on cobblestones.
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Three days are good enough to tour Prague. On your first day, you may want to visit the Old Town Square; it’s the home of Prague’s historical sites. The place was restored beautifully and it is a nice place to begin your day tour. You can find the Tyn Church which has Gothic spires, the Jan Hus statue, and the popular Astronomical Clock. Moreover, continue your tour with the view on the roof deck of the tower of the Old Town Hall, which is breathtaking; there you can view the whole square. Just going around the square could occupy most of your day. Next stop would be the Charles Bridge, you may opt to visit this site at sunset till the sky is dark, scrolling across it during nighttime is perfect. You can enjoy the stunning view of Prague Castle when the place was lighted. You can even go up to the bridge’s towers.
On your second day, you can begin your tour going to Stahov Monastery, another nice reason for getting car rentals – pronájem aut, which is located uphill. It has majestic view, and striking library and convent. After the Monastery, you can go to Prague Castle and explore the castle area, castle gardens and then you can proceed to Malostranske namesti, the core of Lesser town and to Karmelitska Street and visit the Our Lady of Victory church, which kept the well-known Prague’s Infant Jesus. End the day by visiting the Kampa Island, enjoy the park and the sight of the bridge just across the river.
On your 3rd day, you can visit more museums or gallery using your cheap car hire, pro levný pronájem aut přejděte na tuto stránku. Visit the Vysehrad Castle famous for its cemetery and scenic view of Prague and the Vltava River. Check the rose garden of Petrin Hill and walk around the district of Vinohrady that’s known for its amazing Neo Renaissance and Art Nouveau architecture. And, you can spend the rest of your day tour with souvenir shopping but, don’t forget to check those Easter markets.