10 Best Things To Do Alone In Prague, Czech Republic - Updated 2024

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The city of Prague is a beauty, rooted in deep history, fascinating architecture and an incredible cultural heritage. An effortless city to navigate, it is more of a walkable city as it is filled with magnificent buildings, captivating statues, large public squares, beautiful bridges crossing the pristine Vltava River, and right on top of the city, the majestic Prague Castle. There are also several beautiful places to visit, from the city’s museums filled with outstanding pieces of history to its numerous top quality art galleries with the most pristine art pieces. Getting around the city is no problem as Prague has an excellent public transport system, including some quite adorable bus city tours. When visiting this beauteous city and you are all by yourself, create memories by trying out these top things to do alone in Prague, Czech Republic.

1. Visit the National Museum and Museum of Communism

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The first thing you should do if you find yourself alone in the city of Prague is to go and check out some of the city’s rich cultural and historical heritage contained in the impressive museums. The two most prominent museums in the town are the national museum and the museum of communism. The National Museum is located in one of the most famous buildings in the city and is the largest and oldest museum in the country. It is home to several collections of natural archives and historical artifacts, and with its charming and attractive interior, it is a beautiful place to visit. While the Museum of Communism is a lovely place exhibiting the relics from the country’s brutal former communist rule.

National Museum

Address: Vaclavske Namesti 68 | Nove Mesto, Prague 115 79, Czech Republic

Website: National Museum

Opening hours: Sat - Sun: 10am - 6pm; Mon - Tue: 10am - 6pm; Wed: 10am - 8pm; Thu: 10am - 6pm

Price: 26.91 USD

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2. Catch a festival at Naplavka area

Palackého náměstí, náplavka
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One of the most renowned regions in Prague is the Naplavka area. Known primarily for its Farmers market, this area is also home to several food and drinks festivals all around the year. From the food festivals to the music shows, beer festivals, summer riverside parties and even vegan festivals, there are more than enough activities to keep you alive, bubbling and having the time of your life by yourself in the city.

Naplavka area

Address: Prague, Czech Republic

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3. Explore Karel Zeman Museum

If you are a lover of the screen arts and the cinema, then you should not miss a stop by this fantastic place. The Karel Zeman Museum is a world of cinematic creativity. Named after the world-renowned Czech filmmaker, this fantasy land is a paradise showing the journey of how 20th-century filmmakers created movie magic back when computers were not really in the scene. You get to follow the life of this talented filmmaker and others in his generation in a unique interactive exhibition. With the museum’s rooms designed like studio sets and taking pictures and shooting movies are encouraged, you might create the next blockbuster movie. Who knows?

Karel Zeman Museum

Address: Saská 80/1, 118 00 Malá Strana, Czechia

Website: Karel Zeman Museum

Opening hours: Mon: 11am - 7pm; Tue - Sun: 10am - 7pm

Price: from 11 USD

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4. Enjoy live concerts at Roxy and Lucerna

Pasáž Lucerna, kúň, k Vodičkově
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If you love listening to good music, then you are just in the right city. Prague has several music bars, and some of the best are the Lucerna Music Palace and Roxy’s Music Bar. Lucerna Music Palace is a bubbling music venue that boasts of two concert halls. It is well located just off Wenceslas Square and has played host to several world-class acts over the years. Roxy’s started as a club way back in the 90s and has evolved over the years to become one of the best music bars in all of Prague. So if live concerts are your thing, then any one of these two beautiful places has you covered.


Address: Štěpánská 61, 110 00 Nové Město, Czechia

Website: Lucerna

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5. Party at Hangar Bar & Club

One of the best places to party in the city is the Hangar Bar and club. Complete with the very best drinks and cocktails, this bar offers you the chance to get your groove on while sipping on your favorite beverage. The music here is unbeatable, and the party goes on, non-stop. So if you are a party person and you find yourself alone in this fantastic city, then waste no time in checking out this bar and club and enjoy the time of your life.

Hangar Bar & Club

Address: Dušní 9/9, 110 00 Staré Město, Czechia

Website: Hangar Bar & Club

Opening hours: Wed - Sat: 5pm - 6am; Sun - Tue: 5pm - 4am

Price: 6.55 - 15.18 USD

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6. Admire the artwork at MeetFactory

Posted by MeetFactory on Sunday, 28 April 2019

MeetFactory is a lovely center for modern and contemporary art in the city. It is a non-profit organization that showcases the connection between the local art scene and the international artists. A place of beautiful and interdisciplinary art collections, the MeetFactory is the perfect place for modern art lovers to spend a free day in the city.


Address: Ke Sklárně 3213/15, 150 00 Praha 5, Czechia

Website: MeetFactory

Opening hours: 1pm - 8pm (daily)

Price: from 18.73 USD

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7. Stroll on Charles Bridge

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Charles Bridge, also popularly called “the bridge of a thousand kisses” is one of the most famous landmarks in the city. This historic bridge was constructed in the 15th century by King Charles IV and connected one major part of the town to the other. You should not visit Prague and not experience the relaxing feel of walking across the magnificent Charles Bridge. There are several tours across this bridge, and of course, it’s pedestrian only.

Charles Bridge

Address: Karlův most, 110 00 Praha 1, Czechia

Website: Charles Bridge

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8. Head to Old Town Square

Altstädter Ring mit Teynkirche, Praha, Prague, Prag - panoramio
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The charming and historic neighborhood of Old Town Prague is a must see in this beautiful city. Conveniently located amid colorful buildings and Gothic architecture, the Old Town has lovely cafes, restaurants, designer shops, and galleries. There’s so much to see and experience in Old Town Prague, including a relaxing trip to the quaint Old Town Square.

Old Town Square

Address: 110 00 Staré Město, Czechia

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9. Tour Prague Castle

Prague Castle Entrance
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Sitting right on the hill overseeing the city is the majestic and medieval Prague Castle. This destination is the oldest medieval castle in the world and it is filled with impressive gardens, spectacular monuments and a large complex of grand museums. This remarkable castle offers you stunning views of the city and Vltava River which is an excellent way to experience the beautiful city.

Prague Castle

Address: Hradčany, 119 08 Prague 1, Czechia

Website: Prague Castle

Price: from 28.37 USD

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10. Try paddle boarding (from USD 53.0)

Do you want to experience the sights and views of the city in a different but exciting and fun way? Then you should try paddle boarding. Experience a fascinating tour of the town unusually, with a guide to tell you all you need to know about the beautiful city. It is a fun, unique and quite easy way to spend time in the city when you are alone.

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Stand-Up Paddleboarding on the Vltava River in Prague

Duration: 2 hours

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Experience the splendor of Czech Republic's capital city

Prague is one of the most beautiful cities in the world and a popular holiday destination for tourists all over the world. This attribute relates to its quaint charm, historical landmarks, and amazing monuments. There are more than enough places to explore and visit in this city, and if you are here alone, do not worry. Just choose any one of the above things to do in Prague and have a fun-filled time.

Tip from Content Creator

John Lennon Wall St. Vitus Cathedral St. Vitus Cathedral Prague Castle

Prague is one of my favorite cities in Europe! I loved the history and architecture, and as a female traveler, I felt very safe walking around, even at night. Some highlights for me were:

- John Lennon Wall

- Prague Castle Circuit (don’t miss out on Golden Lane)

- St. Vitus Cathedral

- Astronomical Clock

Any must-sees we missed? Tell us about them in the comments section or write a post here to help out fellow travelers!
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