It's not surprising that Prague was recently ranked #1 out of 50 world cities with the highest percentage (57%) of green space, regardless of population. One of the most popular parks is Letná, combining two local passions: outdoor activities and beer. Boasting a beer garden overlooking the Vltava River and the city, Letná is also a hotspot for rollerblading, tennis and petanque. Climb up past the skateboarders to the Metronome (former site of the world's largest Stalin monument!) for a fantastic view and to catch the free concerts playing below.
Prague is a city meant for meandering, with cobblestone streets tempting you in every direction and mischievous gargoyles waiting to catch your eye when you look up. The best part is that some of the most priceless, most memorable things to do in this mesmerising Bohemian capital will cost you nothing. From stunning art deco buildings to ancient hidden parks to outdoor concerts and regional gastronomic festivals (even some free museums and attractions), there's something for everyone. Create your own personal itinerary with our tips below—and don't forget to look up.