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Solo Female Travel in Prague

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Prague

Prague is a beautiful and historic city that is a popular travel destination for tourists from around the world. It is known for its stunning architecture, vibrant culture, and rich history. The city is filled with cobblestone streets, colorful buildings, and a variety of attractions, including the Prague Castle, Charles Bridge, and Old Town Square. There are also plenty of museums, galleries, and parks to explore. Prague is also known for its delicious cuisine, lively nightlife, and friendly locals.

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Bella

Bella

Ello there, I'm bella! I love traveling & learning new things, no matter what. I have a passion for biology, orchids & many other things.
Lan

Lan

Hi, my name is Lan. I’m from the Czech Republic. I can speak fluently czech, english and vietnamese. I just travel from the north to the south of Vietnam and I’d love to meet new people in every city I’ll be. Hope to see you soon
Michaela

Michaela

Hello, I’m 24yo. I am a student of Faculty of Education and I’m going to be a Biology and Chemistry teacher. I love trying new things and exploring. :))

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Michaela

Michaela

Can host for 3 days

Hello, I’m 24yo. I am a student of Faculty of Education and I’m going to be a Biology and Chemistry teacher. I love trying new things and exploring. :))
Aayushi

Aayushi

Can host for 3 days

I am a research scholar pursuing my PhD in cryoshperic sciences. Currently I am staying in prague. I love to explore the unexplored in free time. Always up for nature stuff.

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Michelle

Michelle

Im Michelle. I enjoy travelling overseas once a year for some sightseeing and adventures
Elaine

Elaine

Hello everyone! 🙋🏽‍♀️ Looking to make new friends abroad and hopefully find a great host for few days while traveling in your country! ✈️ Planning my next travel to Europe and I'm accepting any recommendations about where I should visit as also some food tips!🏙🍕😁 Hope here about you all soon!

Experiences

Overall rating

4.7 /5

based on 19 experiences

Rating summary

Things to do

5/5Exciting

Safety

5/5Very safe

Food

4.9/5Delicious

Budget

3.9/5Inexpensive
November 30, 2022

Solo travel experience

I loved Prague! I did the free walking tours, it was great to have someone show me all the hidden things. They have a museum of torture that was actually pretty cool, definitely worth a trip into Prague Castle for a tour, and I highly recommend the Old Jewish Cemetery. Read up on the legend of the Golem and Rabbi Loew and it makes the visit extra special.

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November 29, 2022

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I loved Prague and the fact they had a Hop On- Hop Off bus there. So easy to get around and see what you want up close. I am into making jewelry and also did a tour to Jablonec where the Czech glass factories are located. Got to see it made up close and personal!

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November 29, 2022

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I loved Prague. I got a great intro to the city with the free Sandemann's walking tour, then did their paid tour of the castle which was also good. I took a boat ride up the Vlatava to the Botanical Gardens. I also enjoyed stumbling across lots of public art, including the John Lennon wall. Two restaurants I enjoyed were Zebeerkova Kozlova and Gourmet Pauza, but both are a bit away from the main centre.

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November 27, 2022

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I lived in Prague for a couple of months, here are my favourites and must sees - Vrtbovská zahrada is a small hidden park - Pražský metronom with a great view over the city, and you can watch the skaters showing all their great tricks - Petřín, a hill next to the city, option to take a cable car half way up. The rose garden up there is also nice - Vyšehrad, another hill next to the city with a beautiful view - Stromovka park is a huge park - the small chocolate museum - the Jump Park in Zličin if the weather is bad - Staroměstské náměstí- the Old Town Square - the Jewish quarter, especially the Spanish synagogue - the art projects of David Černý spread all over the city (they have a political meaning but are also fun to look at even when you're not interested in politics) - Troja castle My favourite restaurants: - Kolkovna Olympia (traditional Czech cuisine) - San Carlo Malá Strana (best Italian restaurant) - U Tří Zlatých hvězd (Czech cuisine, a bit on the expensive side) - Kavárna Nový Svět, probably the best coffee you can get! - St. Martin Malá Strana, lovely food and really hidden - Kavárna Slavia for the best apple strudel Outside of Prague for day trips: - České Budejovice Český Krumlov - Kutna Hora - České Švýcarsko, if you wanna do a bit of hiking

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November 26, 2022

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I’ve just got back from Prague and loved it! The National museum and the communist museum were great, a lot of history and very educational. The sex museum was a lot of fun too. The old town square was lovely and there’s lots of places to eat/drink around there too. Charles bridge is a must! Overall a lovely city and everywhere is stunning.

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November 24, 2022

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We took a six hour walking/boat tour of the city for about $60 a person. It was well worth the money. We also toured the Prague Castle, Prague Beer Tour and whatever you do wait around for the Astronomical Clock to strike in Old Town Hall. We booked everything we did through TripAdvisor and it was super simple. We loved Prague, enjoy!

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November 21, 2022

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For Prague, the castle and the clock tower were great ways to see the views! The Cloud 9 Sky Bar has good cocktails, and we went to a place I think it was called Johnny’s Pizzeria or something which had good, insane sized pizzas that weren’t very expensive at all.

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November 17, 2022

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I just got back from a study abroad in Prague, I lived there all summer. Here’s some of my recs -Kro Kitchen: one my fav restaurants -Gemüse corner kebab -Kavarna Mlýnská: great local beer garden by Vltava -anonymous bar: shrinks office -dog bar(vzorkovna) -coffee corner -coffee room -riegovy sady: amazing beergarden with beautiful view of prague -olsany/vysehrad cemetery -1902: (breakfast/brunch) -national theater for opera or ballet -kus kolace -bohemian paradise: -national memorial to the heroes of the heydrich terror (museum in crypt) -dox (art museum) -farmer’s markets (all over Prague)

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October 25, 2022

I just got back from Prague and loved it! I went with one other friend but we both felt super safe walking around at night and loved how clean the city was. Definitely do the Prague Castle Circuit, and make sure to see the John Lennon Wall, the Astronomical Clock, and the Charles Bridge! If the distances aren’t too long between cities, train travel is definitely the way to go since it’s very efficient in Europe! I’ve used Rail Europe several times to purchase train tickets and love how easy and user friendly it is.

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October 22, 2022

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Old town Prague is very charming but unless you don't mind being elbow to elbow with thousands of tourists with selfie sticks, I would avoid summer. We were there in July and it really drained me. It would be lovely at any time with fewer tourists! Highlight for us was a tour of the old Jewish quarter. Prague castle also not to be missed!!

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September 25, 2022

Itinerary: 4 nights in Prague Safety: I felt safe everywhere I went. Recommendations: Prague is one of the must-see cities you need to add in your travel wish list.

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September 25, 2022

Itinerary: 2 days in Prague Safety: I rarely explore a town past dark but I felt really safe there. Recommendations: Czech is very nice and cheap

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September 25, 2022

Itinerary: 1 day in Karlovy Vary 2 days in Prague 1 day in Cesky Krumlov Safety: The whole time I felt incredibly safe Recommendations: Czech is beautiful. I unfortunately only went to Karlovy Vary, Prague and Cesky Krumlov, which I recommend although they can be a bit touristy.

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September 16, 2022

Things to do: - Visit the Book Tower at the Municipal Library of Prague - See the Astronomical Clock - See the view from the Old Town Bridge Tower - Visit The Vrtba Garden - Walk around the Old Town Square - Tour the Jewish Quarter Safety: I felt very safe as a solo female traveller. Recommendations: Prague is the most beautiful city I have seen in my life!

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September 9, 2022

Things to do: - Check out the Lennon Wall - Find peacocks in the Wallenstein Garden - Walk by the Dancing House - Cross the Charles Bridge - Take a river cruise - Visit the Prague Castle - Admire St. Vitus Cathedral - See the Astronomical Clock - Stroll through the Old Town Square - Climb Petrin Hill Safety: Prague is totally safe. Recommendations: Prague is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. Go by yourself and wander around the Old Town.

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Find answers to all your travel questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Prague safe for solo female travellers?

Yes, Prague is generally safe for solo female travelers. However, as with any city, it is important to take the usual precautions such as avoiding dark alleys and being aware of your surroundings. Additionally, it is recommended to avoid carrying large amounts of cash and to keep your valuables secure.

Is Prague good for solo female travellers?

Yes, Prague is a great destination for solo female travelers. The city is generally safe and easy to navigate, and there are plenty of attractions and activities to keep you busy. The city is also known for its vibrant nightlife, so you can easily find a place to socialize and meet new people.

Is Prague expensive for solo travellers?

Prague can be expensive for solo travelers, depending on your budget and the type of activities you plan to do. Accommodation, food, and transportation can all be relatively affordable, but attractions and entertainment can be more expensive. It is possible to find budget-friendly options, but it may take some research.

What to do in Prague solo?

Explore the Old Town Square

Take a stroll through the cobblestone streets of the Old Town Square and admire the stunning architecture of the Astronomical Clock, the Church of Our Lady before Týn, and the Old Town Hall.

Visit Prague Castle

Take a guided tour of the largest ancient castle in the world and explore the grounds, gardens, and palaces.

Take a Cruise on the Vltava River

Enjoy the views of Prague from the river and take in the sights of the Charles Bridge, the National Theatre, and the Prague Castle.

Visit the Jewish Quarter

Explore the Jewish Quarter and learn about the history of the Jewish people in Prague.

Visit the Charles Bridge

Take a stroll across the Charles Bridge and admire the statues and views of the city.

Visit the National Theatre

Take in a show at the National Theatre and enjoy the beautiful architecture of the building.

Take a Food Tour

Sample some of the best food in Prague on a food tour and learn about the local cuisine.

Visit the Petrin Tower

Take the funicular up to the Petrin Tower and enjoy the views of the city from the top.

Take a Brewery Tour

Sample some of the best beer in Prague on a brewery tour and learn about the brewing process.

Visit the Prague Zoo

Spend a day at the Prague Zoo and admire the animals and the beautiful gardens.

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