The best day trips from Prague

The best day trips from Prague

Travelling to Prague?

Here are the most popular places for daytrips near Prague!

Once you booked your cheap flights to Prague, plan your trip wisely and find some extra time to get away from the city! Take a look at our guide to day trips from Prague and visit the most interesting places:

Karlovy VaryKarlovy Vary:
If you want to pamper yourself, this spa town boasts 13 hot springs, 300 smaller springs and the warm-water Teplá River. The most popular spa town in Cezch Republic since the 19th century, is located in the west Bohemia region, just 127km west of Prague.
Leave from: Prague main Railway Station or Prague main bus terminal
Duration: 3 hours and 17 minutes by train, 2 hours and 15 minutes by bus

Kutna Hora:
This UNESCO World Heritage Town is a must see during your trip to Prague. It is widely famous for the Sedlec Ossuary, a Roman Catholic Chapel beneath the Cemetery Church of All Saints. The Bone Church, as it is also known, contains the skeletons of approximately 70,000 people that form strange decorations for the chapel interior. There are piers, monstrances, a coat of arms and other works made from human bones. The famous chandelier of the ossuary is one of the most impressive and creepy site, containing at least one of every bone found in the human body!
Leave from: Prague main train station or Praha-Háje bus stop
Duration: 1 hour by train and 1 hour and 25 minutes by bus.

Karlstejn Town and Castle:
Take an easy and cheap day trip from Prague to Karlstejn town and castle. The pretty picturesque village overlooks the Berounka River. Once you are there, the castle is 25 minutes up the hill. The 14th century gothic castle houses national treasures and offers beautiful views of the town and the surrounding area.
Leave from: Prague main train station
Duration: 44 minutes by train.

Cesky KrumlovCesky Krumlov:
Travelling to Prague you will also have the chance to visit “Mini Prague”! Cesky Krumlov is a beautiful medieval town and a UNESCO World Heritage site. It is located 170km south of Prague and it is possible to do it as a day trip, or stay overnight. The town features spectacular medieval architecture, the impressive State Castle and Chateau of Český Krumlov, the church of St. Vitus and the Zlata Koruna monastery. Walk around the historical center, try local dishes at the traditional pubs, relax at the town’s little cafes and enjoy outdoor activities, including river boating.
Leave from: Prague main train station
Duration: 2 hours and 50 minutes by train.

Terezin Concentration Camp:
One of the largest concentration camps on the Czech Republic, it was established by the SS during WWII in the German-occupied city of Terezin. Visiting this dark, macabre site, you will witness the story of the Jewish prisoners and the tragedies that took place during Nazi rule. You will also see the Terezin Memorial, the only institution of its kind in the country. A sad but meaningful experience…
Leave from: Prague main Railway Station or Main bus station Florenc
Duration: 50 minutes by train and 1 hour by bus.

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