Prague

I heard a lot of positive opinions about Prague and I wanted to see how the Czech capital looks in reality. During my one day trip, this city convinced me that the praise was meritorious. The center is beautiful, and around Prague, you can walk for days. The museum and cultural offers are very wide, as is the gastronomic offer. The city has thousands of entries on travel blogs and hundreds of websites. It is very easy to find a complete guide through Prague so you will see everything that is most important in this city, literally every corner of the Prague. But how to explore this city if you only have one day? Here is some of my advice.

Prague airport transfer and conveyance

Prague was only the first step during my travel through Europe so almost every minute in this city was valuable to me. That’s why I decided to use Prague airport transfer, and thanks to Quicktransfer.com I saved several dozen minutes I would otherwise spend waiting for a bus or a taxi. Prague provides virtually every means of transportation. A tour of Prague this time took place on foot. For those interested: a one-day ticket costs 110 crowns – that’s only 5$, that cooperation of Prague airport transfer and public transportation allowed me to move around the city really quickly. Check out some of the most important yet non-obvious places to see during one day of your stay in Prague.

John Lennon Wall

Czechs undoubtedly love John Lennon and The Beatles. One of the manifestations of this adoration is the wall on which the first graffiti depicting John Lennon appeared in the 80’s, and is now one of the most important places associated with the creator of The Beatles in the Czech Republic. The appearance of the wall is constantly changing; Lennon’s original portrait has long vanished under many layers of paint.

Apple Museum

Apple is undoubtedly one of the cult brands with the most loyal fanbase. This is a place we especially recommend to Apple fans, to all geeks and people interested in tech news. Apple Museum in Prague is the first and largest museum of this brand created from a private collection.

Grevin Prague wax museum

Grevin Prague wax museum is an amazing place that does not resemble traditional museums. It was designed in such a way that crossing its step felt like entering another world. Just the entrance, where we can sit next to John Lennon, or take a picture with Marilyn Monroe makes a big impression.

That was only a couple of places worth seeing during the trip to Prague. Good organization is the key to visiting more interesting places, so it is worth taking care of Prague airport transfer and general plan of the trip.