Chapshnell's TRPlaces To Eat:
shalanu pizza and grill - Chabad
Dinitz (and small kosher store near it)
King Solomon Places to Stay
Salvator superior apartments
Boscolo prague autograph collection
Hilton old town
Hilton Prague Places to see:
Jewish quarter- cemetery (maharal and kli yakar), 6 shuls, museum, (can daven micha/maariv at oldnew shul and get free entry),
old town square - municipal house, powder tower, astronomical clock (hourly show), wenclesas square,
Charles bridge (by boat?- Prague Venice boat),
metronome- nice view point,
petrin tower viewpoint,
victov hill, free army museum,
Noda beyebuda kever (at zizkov TV tower in prague 3, its an easy 4 stops on the metro from old town, open sun, tues, and thurs till 4),
Museum, markets (havelska street market, parizska window shopping (right off the ghetto), lesser town (mala strana), dancing house,
water night show at Prague 7,
45 min night boat tour on river,
Terezin concentration camp - Drive or hr bus from train station
Holesav- Kevarim of shach , kolin, nikolsberg,
can use Triposo app to tour
Tour guide Michael Dushinski, firstname.lastname@example.org
$80 per hour, minimum 4 hours.
King David hotel has a tour everyday to the major places.
6:30 King David
7:30 King David
8 kehila building (near altneu)
1) always keep a few krona change in your pockets for bathroom breaks. It costs about $0.15-$0.25 USD (in Krona) per visit no one will let you in for free. (besided the chabad restaurants).
2) You can rent boats to go on the Vlatlava river, not sure the cost. You can also rent "City Bikes" in the old town square for 300 Czech krona. (About $12) for 2 hours & every additional hour its 50 krona which is about $2 USD.
3) All Jewish attractions close at 6pm (or 4 in winter).