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If you go before 10 it is much less crowded. Lots of beggars and pick pockets. We crossed the bridge often as it was by our hotel (Larsenka No 4) My daughter walked past a very drunk vagrant and he made a lewd gesture at her and shouted at her. Thankfully she was oblivious but I wasn’t. That said it’s worth a walk over just be mindful of your surroundings.
The artists start to set up around 8:30 AM and the crowds are thick starting 9 AM. Crowds starts to die down in the early evening. We were there late May and it gets light early (around 5) which would be an awesome time to wake up early and have the bridge to yourself prac
It has its unique atmosphere but there are too many tourists on it. So I suggest to visit it at night (or early morning/late evening), not in "the tourist season" or just see it from another part of the city.
DEFINITELY see it at night! The place just becomes something of fairy tales! If you see it during the day, some of the dinginess takes away from the beauty of it all. We had a few folks begging along the walk, but you're encouraged not to give anything. We found that seeing some cities at night made our trip feel more magical/romantic. Haha
Walk across this unique bridge, and marvel at it's engineering as it is still in good repair after centuries of use. While on the bridge, take photos of the statues which line both sides of the bridge, listen to local musicians, or watch a live acts being performed daily. Take your time as you can find some incredible artwork among the many vendors. I prefer original works which you can have signed by the artist.
Charles bridge is fun to stroll across anytime of the day. You can stop and visit with the artists and talk about there wares! You can walk as fast or slow as you want. It is fun to watch the boats floating by. It is fun to see the light reflecting off the water. It is fun to stroll across the bridge in he evening with the villages on both sides of the bridge let up. A must do if you go to Prague and it is free!
9.5 Exceptional 468 reviews
Fantastic host and location! A beautiful apartment with a central location with close walks to Old Town Square and St. Charles bridge, yet off the beaten path for a quiet nights sleep. The host, Karen, was a fantastic help and arranged transportation to and from airport, map, advice, tidbits, and just an all around nice and interesting help. If we ever get the privilege to return to Prague, we will stay here again. The hotel's breakfast was right across a small street and was a fantastic buffet. Really recommend his place to everyone!
8.3 Very Good 937 reviews
We rented 2 apartments for 7 people. Apartments were spacious, charming, and had a lot of character! Easy check-in process, parking is available at a close by hotel garage (for extra cost) IF you have a regular sized vehicle. (We had a large van). EXCELLENT location, within easy walking distance of Prague Castle, Charles Bridge, shopping, dining and more. We had one small issue with one apartment and it was fixed in less than 5 minutes. Excellent communication with hosts. Wonderful stay!
9.1 Awesome 4,184 reviews
The hostel location was awesome.Just few minutes away is Prague castle,Charles bridge and many more Prague's beautiful places.Every bunk bed has locker so u don't have to worry about ur important docs while u freshen up.cleanliness is awesome.I loved staying here and will book once more if been again and will recommend everyone.
8.8 Excellent 1,240 reviews
Loved the location and view from our room! (We had a view of the Charles Bridge and Prague Castle). Staff were very friendly and attentive to our needs. Breakfast was delicious with several cold and hot items. We were able to park in the street just outside the hotel for 30.00 euros/day. The hotel is beautiful and well appointed.
9.4 Awesome 752 reviews
It is very good hotel: location is perfect- just 3 min. to Charles Bridge. Quiet. 15 min to get Staro Mesto. Breacfast is very good and much better than we could get in Manhatten. I recommend this hotel to stay. Staff are very friendly and they helped us a lot in navigation along Prague and in getting excursions.
8.7 Excellent 99 reviews
It's not a regular hotel suite - it's an apartment with fully equipped kitchen, big room and slepping room on the 2nd floor. Highly recommend ask for top floor room, because it has access to the roof terrace. Five minutes from Charles Bridge. There are some bars and 24h-opened shop near.
9.5 Exceptional 1,134 reviews
This is a modern hotel with old world charm. We were literally steps from the Charles Bridge and not more than 10 minutes from the castle. The staff is very friendly and accommodating. I highly recommend Bishop's House to anyone wanting to stay near the heart of Prague.
9.8 Exceptional 961 reviews
The location of this hotel is the best location in all of Prague. 5 stars The complimentary breakfast is the best I have had in Europe. 5 stars. Kudos to the chef The staff is wonderful The give you a free pass for the tower at the Charles Bridge, a nice touch
9.7 Exceptional 123 reviews
This apartment was in a perfect location in Old Prague. A short walk to the Charles Bridge and the Old town square. The apartment has been nicely updated with a modern kitchen and bath. Silvie was great and very helpful in checking in and out.
9.3 Awesome 551 reviews
Adam & Eva Hostel was located within walking distance to all of the touristy highlights of Prague, like the Prague Castle, Charles Bridge, and Astronomical Clock!
Stay in a Central Location , from where you can easily walk around the main areas and from the tram is accessible- Must see Old Town Square, Charles Bridge , Palladium Shopping arcade incase you want to shop brands , area around Palladium has so many shops where you can buy souvenirs' , Wenceslas Square these are all areas what you can walk around and see. Take a tram to go to prague castle.
Be prepared to wander off the beaten track. There are lovely gardens in Mala Strana and around the castle which are usually very peaceful. Petrin Hill is great for walking - it is steep, but there is a great funicular railway if you don't fancy the climb. The view rom here is lovely - and also from Letna Park, by the giant metronome. Stromovka is another nice park where you won't be tripping over other tourists and the area around Vysehrad tends to be quiet too. Prague Castle opens quite early and a ticket will give you entry on 2 days. Buy your ticket early to avoid the queues and give you time to see around everything. If you are an early riser, head to Charles Bridge before 10am to avoid the crowds. May is a great time to visit Prague. It is usually sunny, the cherry blossom is out and there are fewer tourists than in the summer. Avoid July and August when it is hot and crowded if you can.
Avoid the area around the Charles Bridge like the plague on Friday and Saturday nights if you don't want to deal with crowds.
Well maintained and easily reachable. River view from Vysehrad castle is unforgettable. Walking towards main castle from charles bridge gives you altogether different expereince which can not be missed when you are in Prague .
Stood on Charles Bridge looking out towards Prague Castle at night wrapped around the one you love....... Honestly the most amazing feeling. Absolutely gorgeous city!!!!!
Leave the tourist areas! Get away from Charles Bridge and Old Town, find a little pub tucked away. Take the tram somewhere and go wandering. If you are in Old Town, check out the Koruna cafeteria (next to Hooters) for some cheap, delicious authentic Czech cuisine. It's where the locals go when they have to be in Old Town.