3 Unusual Activities You Could Do in Prague!

We’ve provided you with a list of Prague’s top 3 most intriguing activities for foreigners.

These are suggestions for unusual experiences to be had with a group of friends or coworkers rather than the typical karaoke or wine-tasting suggestions.

Join the Nightwatchman of Prague

Not the usual day light touristic tour but a tour for those who live in Prague but want to learn about the “the roots” of the city. Enter the town of Prague in the 17th century with the Nightwatchman. You’ll see Prague as you have never seen it before. Discover the city’s splendor after the tourist crowds are gone and the watchman is left to keep watch with his light and halberd.

Follow in the footsteps of the aristocrats, commoners, and fascinating characters who shaped history. From the old Powder Gate, a historical tour proceeds through a picturesque older neighborhood and a city that has been ravaged by war and epidemic until it reaches the Vltava River and the Charles Bridge.

A journey through time’s history to bring the past to life (450 CZK per person). Bookings here

Book a Casino workshop at Ambassador Casino

A workshop (worth 2000 CZK, 6 persons) full of information, inspiration and lots of insiders point of views. If you love games and excitement, or if you’ve wondered what it would be like to play casino games, or maybe you’ve been playing for years, this workshop is for you. Right in the center of Prague, you and your friends can live out all your James Bond fantasies while having fun playing games.

Ambassador Casino has amazing drinks, a beautiful environment, and safe policy for you to play. This is not an invite for you to gamble but an introduction to an experience out of the ordinary boundaries with a fresh and responsible perspective regarding casino games. Thanks to PragueMorning you can have this experience free of charge booking with our PROMO CODE: PragueMorning2022 bookings here.

Try Neviditelná Vystava

If you’re looking for an experience unlike any other, try this: at Neviditelná Vystava, you can experience what it’s like to be blind. Navigate this museum in total darkness, guided only by touch, smell, and sound, and you will begin to understand the struggle of those who are visually impaired.

Hurry, though, because bookings go quickly and must be made well in advance. The Invisible Exhibition in Prague (280 CZK per person) also offers a very good dinner in complete darkness. A unique experience. Bookings here.

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