A magical and mysterious city, Prague deserves to have some time spent on discovering it. Take a red tram through the narrow alleyways, past pastel-hued houses. Stop by a typical restaurant for a skewer of chicken with potatoes stuffed with cream and cooked in parchment; or a goulash with knedliky (dumplings) accompanied by a Bernard beer.
Visit the museum dedicated to Smetana, the antique toy museum and the Cathedral of St Vitus; buy a notebook in the Street of Gold (Zlatá ulička). Experience the magical chiming of the medieval Astronomical Clock; or a concert in the Church of St Nicholas.
In the evening, take the funicular to the Petrín Gardens, on the city's highest hill. From here you'll experience a spectacular view of the Old City, the New City, the Little City, the Castle, the Vltava River, the Charles Bridge that connects to Kampa Island, 'Little Venice', in its centre.