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The Creative Adventurer is a travel blog with guides to help you get the most meaningful and unique experiences out of your wanderings. Prague is one of the captivating cities in Europe. It feels like walking through a baroque dream. While you can spend an entire weekend here just wandering the streets, there are a few things to avoid to ensure your trip is as stress and chaos free as possible.
One of the most popular attractions in Prague is the Astronomical Clock " Show ". Tourists flock to the square during this time and create a mob around the clock, sometimes so thick you can barely see much of anything. They are usually all so loud too that you can't even hear the music play. Wait a few minutes after the show has finished. Moments after, all the tourists flutter away and you'll be staring up at this work of art almost all by yourself. If you've come to Prague to study the incredible art and architecture, skip watching the show in person - videos of it can be found easily on youtube , and spend your time up close and personal when the bucket listers have left.
Although the buildings which adorn the street have stunning baroque facades, this once historic street has been overtaken with cheesy souvenir shops selling silly tchotchkes from China at engorged priced. There are so many people in Prague trying to take advantage of the many tourists who come here that even the most Czech looking souvenir on this street is no doubt from overseas. The architecture is not worth the hubbub and you end up fighting your way through this densely frustrating street to even see much of anything.
There are so many more lovely buildings you'll see in other, less well-known areas of the city, so don't feel like you're missing out. Head down to Havel's Market. This is the oldest market in the city, dating back to Although it originally only sold produce to feed the people of the city, in later years it has begun to sell souvenirs and other handmade Czech goods from local artisans.
This is where you can come to find a traditional souvenir for friends or family back at home which you can proudly boast is " made in Prague ". But be sure to taste test some of those amazing fruits and veggies too! Until I had been to Prague I had never had any issues at restaurants while travelling so I didn't think twice when I was given two welcome drinks I didn't order. I thought they were merely a gift from the restaurants and would be free of charge. Boy, was I wrong! Luckily they only cost 3 euros so it wasn't like it broke the bank but I felt so stupid and taken advantage of.