Have you already seen all the “must see in Prague” and still have some time to spend there? Here is a one day itinerary with a non tourist attractions recommended by locals. Let's take a look at what to do to enjoy your day.

Breakfast in Café Savoy

You can start your day with delicious coffee and some pastry in a Czech famous coffee shop. Café Savoy is a restaurant with a beautiful view and great food, it is located near Újezd, Prague 5. Café Savoy also has a Bib Gourmand award from Michelin Guide (good quality food for a great value), therefore we suggest you to make a reservation. If you are not lucky and the restaurant is full, you can also take away your delicious breakfast and walk to Petřín park, which would be your next stop.

Address: Vítězná 5, Prague 5 - Malá Strana

Web: https://cafesavoy.ambi.cz


The Petřín hill offers beautiful views of Prague. The hill is easily recognizable by the TV tower that is a miniature of the Eiffel Tower in Paris. To get to the top of the hill, you can either walk or take the funicular. And when you'd be tired of all the walking, you can sit on the grass and eat that delicious food you'd bought before in Café Savoy. When you're done visiting the Petřín, you can take the funicular back, but it is nicer to follow one of the trails that lead to the Prague Castle


Kuchyň is a restaurant situated by the Prague Castle. It is a great choice when you want sometasty Czech food, great beer and stunning views in the historic center of Prague. You will love it! They have a amazing terrace, where you can take a rest, chill out for a while and enjoy your delicious lunch.

Address: Salmovský palác, Hradčanské náměstí 186/1, Prague 1

Web: https://kuchyn.ambi.cz

From there you should take a walk down towards a Charles bridge. The oldest bridge in Prague. You'll go through Nerudova street, pass St. Nicolas Church. and walk through the bridge. On the other side of the river take a right and walk around the river side. The Prague Náplavka stretches along the Vltava from Mánes to Vyšehrad. The space offers farmer’s markets on Saturday, sports, cultural and gastronomic events. Also there are plenty of bars at Náplavka, so you can grab a drink and have fun. You can finish your walking in Výtoň and there is a possibility to buy an incredible ice cream at Puro Gelato. From there you take a tram to get to The Pop Up! It takes approximately 8 minutes.

The Pop Up!

The Pop Up! is an interactive exhibition just a few stops from the center. The space consists of 9 rooms with interactive installations. It is open for everybody who wants to relax and have fun.

The Pop Up! is available to rent for events such as birthday parties, baby showers, bachelor’s parties and more.

Address: Dvorecké náměstí 406/5, Prague 4

Web: https://www.thepopup.cz

Opening hours: 

Tuesday, Thursday: individually by agreement

Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 14:00 - 20:00

Saturady, Sunday: 10:00 - 18:30

The Gemüse Corner Kebab

After you finish a tour in The Pop Up, just around 2 minutes nearby, you can have a  spectaculous kebab. This kebab is king of kebabs in Prague, so it is a must have 🙂

Address: Dvorecké náměstí 2 147 00 Praha

Web: https://www.instagram.com/gemuse.corner/

Opening hours: Monday - Sunda: 11:30 - 21:30

U Kroka

Or if you want to have more romance, you can go to the restaurant U Kroka, which is located at the beginning of Vratislavova Street. Where you can have traditional czech food and also beer. After that you can take a walk around Vyšehrad castle 

Address: Vratislavova 28/12, Prague 2

Web: https://en.ukroka.cz