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Prague: 2 Day Itinerary

With its rich art scene, beautiful architecture, avant-garde design, and delicious eating options, Prague will enthrall you on this opulent two-day tour. Explore the creative works of the city, take in the old structures, value the influence of modern design, and savour a meal that combines innovation and tradition. For those interested in luxury, Prague provides a varied exploration.


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Luxe Prague Absolute Musts

Benjamin - The gastronomic jewel of Prague, combining creativity and heritage for meals that will never be forgotten.

Street Art  - Prague streets are artistically merged with history and modernity by a variety of paintings and graffiti.

DOX - vibrant center for modern art with installations and exhibitions that promote innovation both locally and internationally.

Luxe Prague Itinerary & Map 

Navigate your way through Prague with our recommended itinerary and map. View Google Maps with color-coded areas in interactive mode and access our scheduled list of spots.

Map Key

Hotel BoHo

Boho Prague Hotel


Day 1


Národní Muzeum


Kampa Park


Dancing House


AVA Spa at Four Seasons Hotel Prague


Benjamin, Fine Dining Restaurant Prague

Inside of Národní Muzeum

Day 2


Prague Castle


DOX Centre for Contemporary Art


Žižkov Television Tower



DOX Outside of DOX Centre for Contemporary Art

Prague Day 1: Old Town

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Tancící Dum

Boho Prague Hotel extends an invitation to a singular and magical experience right in the center of the city. Tucked down amid a mix of old world and modern beauty, the hotel provides a bohemian sanctuary where coziness and originality coexist. Take in elegantly appointed rooms that skillfully combine contemporary style with creative flair. Prague's bohemian atmosphere is encapsulated in this hotel's central location, which offers easy access to cultural sites, lively neighborhoods, and delicious food.

The fascinating neo-Renaissance building marvel that is Národní Muzeum is a cultural treasure. Comprising large-scale displays covering Czech history, the arts, and the natural sciences, it reveals the development of the country from prehistoric times to the present. With its extensive collections and educational value, the museum is an essential center for comprehending and enjoying the varied history of the Czech Republic.

The vibrant fabric of Prague is woven by the urban street art movement. Vibrant murals, stencils, and graffiti showing a variety of artistic voices bring walls alive in historical enclaves as well as modern neighborhoods. Explore Praha Tancící dům (Dancing House) building, David Černý's fascinating "Hlava Franze Kafky" and Kampa Park.

AVA Spa is a regeneration and relaxation sanctuary. Tucked up in the Four Seasons in the center of the city, its opulent treatments and peaceful atmosphere offer a peaceful haven. Experiences at AVA Spa are customized to meet individual preferences with anything from calming massages to revitalising facials. The spa's tasteful decor and first-rate facilities provide a calm environment that beckons visitors to relax and rejuvenate in the middle of the busy metropolis.

Benjamin assures a superb dining experience. It provides a fusion of contemporary creativity and traditional tastes and is situated right in the center of the city. Showcasing fresh ingredients, the menu offers delicious meals honoring Czech food with a touch of the world. Both residents and tourists will enjoy the delicious dishes, attentive service, and chic atmosphere at Benjamin.

Prague Day 2: Hradčany, Poupětova & Mahlerovy

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Zizkov Television Tower

A massive emblem, Prague Castle rises above the city's skyline. Stunning Gothic Saint Vitus Cathedral is one of the buildings in this ancient complex. Richly historical, it was the seat of Czech kings, contains priceless cultural artifacts, and provides expansive views of Prague.

DOX Centre for Contemporary Art is a vibrant centre of contemporary art. Presenting cutting-edge installations and exhibitions, it honors modern architecture, design, and art. The modern gallery area promotes conversation and stimulating debates between regional and international artists. DOX is a place that art lovers should not miss since it provides a forum for many artistic expressions.

Modern architectural icon Zizkov Television Tower is still standing. It is an obvious landmark because of its unusual shape and height. From its observation deck, which is decorated with futuristic sculptures, one may enjoy expansive city views. Modern Prague is captured in this tower, which combines artistic expression with civic utility.

A humming gastronomic and entertainment hotspot is SaSaZu. This contemporary Asian restaurant offers a wide selection of well prepared dishes with a modern touch, all influenced by Asian street food. It is a restaurant by day, and a vibrant club with live acts and DJs by night. Blending cuisine, music, and culture under one roof, SaSaZu provides an unforgettable experience.

Luxe Prague Extensions

A cultural treasure, Kraków charms with its outstanding architecture, delicious food scene, and creative energy. Stroll around its little lanes, which are lined with Baroque, Renaissance, and Gothic marvels. Savor a varied culinary scene that combines tradition and creativity while touring galleries featuring historical and modern art. Every sense is enthralled by the fascinating fusion of creativity, history, and cuisine found in this Polish city.

Paris expertly combines famous buildings, amazing design, and delicious food. Experience fine dining, embrace stylish design, and take in the city's classic architectural works of art to create a sensory journey you won't soon forget.

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