Before going to Prague I didn’t really have high expectations (even if many people liked it), but I was pleasantly surprised. I traveled from Berlin to Prague by train, which took me around 5 hours. I discovered a pretty city with lots of interesting sights and many things to do. Especially the Old Town is worth a visit. You can easily spend 3 days in Prag as there are many tourist attractions and things to see. Here is my recommended itinerary:
In the morning you can start visiting the Old Town with its Powder Tower (Prašná vež), the Municipal House (Obecní dum), the famous Old Town Square (Staromestské námestí), the Town Hall (Staromestská radnice) and its several churches. If you want a fun time you should definitely go to the Sex Machines Museum. In the afternoon you can walk around the New Town and spend your money in the numerous shops at the Wenceslas Square or just continue with some cultural stuff in the National Museum and the Mucha-Museum (a famous Czech artist). Don’t forget to take a look at the biggest square in Prague, Charles Square (Karlovo námestí) and the Dancing House (Tancící dum).
The major part of the day should be dedicated to the Jewish Quarter Josefov where you can visit a few Synagogues, discover the Old Jewish Cemetery (Stary zidovsky hrbitov) and the Jewish Museum. In the afternoon you can walk over the famous Charles Bridge (Karlův most) and visit the Kampa Museum.
On your last day you can walk up to the Prague Castle (Prazsky hrad) where you can spend a few hours. On your way back to the city center, take a detour by walking through the amazing Wallenstein Garden (Valdstejnska zahrada).
Accommodation: Hostel City Center (125€ for three nights in a Twin Bed Room with a private bathroom).