Two Days in Prague – Travel Guide

A tour guide in your pocket.

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The best of Prague in two days.

Planning to spend two days in Prague? You can count on us to tell you what you really need to know when traveling in Prague.
On your first day, there’s nothing better than to walk the Royal Way, an ancient route Czech kings used to walk during their coronation ceremony. Walking this way you can expect to see the most important attractions in Prague such as the Old Town, the Charles Bridge, the Lesser Town and the Prague Castle. Then, on your second day, you will explore the Vyšehrad, an inseparable part of the Prague skyline that provides one of the most beautiful views over Prague.

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Travel Guide for Two Days in Prague

More than a typical travel guide.

This One Day Guide is more than just reviews and directions, it’s a tour guide in your pocket.

Verified by tourists.

Our Two Days Guide is often used by tourists who have never been to Prague before. It makes us happy that our book helped every each of them (we got nothing but a positive feedback from our customers yet).

What’s inside?

1. Guide containing basic info about Prague.

To make your travelling to Prague even easier, we give you an extra guide containing general info about Prague for free. This second guide leads you from the airport to your accommodation. It also describes how transportation within Prague works. So you understand Prague and its locals even better we also added four pages of brief history of Czechs.

2. Step by step guide for two days.

This guidebook leads you step by step down the Royal Way and Vyšehrad. Over one hundred pictures and almost eight thousand words were used to turn your two days in Prague into a wonderful journey where you can just enjoy yourself because you won’t have to worry about anything else.

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How to use this guide?

 Cellphone, tablet or even Kindle.

Since this travel guide comes as an ebook (the most commonly used .PDF file), you can simply save it to your cellphone, tablet or even Amazon Kindle. If you are an iPhone or iPad owner, all you need to do is download the travel guide and open it in iBooks. If you experience any issues saving our guidebook to your device, feel free to contact us, we’ll gladly help.

 Print it.

We kept this travel guide as short as possible so you can easily print it yourself. It will be much cheaper than if you bought the paperback (you save over €6). Another pro is that you won’t be dependant on your device’s battery life nor weather conditions when using this guide. That’s why we recommend to print this guide.
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