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Suggested Prague Itinerary in the COVID-19 Lockdown Period

Day 1
Arrive in Prague - difficult I know as all the borders are closed but just in case you do get here enjoy the walk as there are no taxis and nobody wants to take a chance on public transport.

Fashion - Wear the most outlandish and crazy clothes because 1) there's nobody on the streets to notice and even if there were 2) because you have to wear a mask all the time nobody will recognise you anyway.

Eating and Drinking - Try one of our great restaurants or bars, at least one that is serving through the door or who have removed a window in order to provide takeaway services.

Nightlife - Bring a battery powered radio, tune into Evropa2 and dance around it.

Top Attractions - You'll appreciate the myriad colours and shapes of the boxes and bottles in our pharmacies which are still open (2m distance, maximum 2 people in the shop).

Day Trips - Spend the day at one of our supermarkets and meet the locals, obviously maintaining a 2 metre gap between you and them. Often you'll get a free pair of plastic gloves as a memory of your visit.

Special Deals for Senior Citizens - Between 8am and 10am you have the supermarkets to yourselves so treat yourself to a private tour.

Security - The Prague city police will be happy to accompany you as you explore the city just to give you a sense of security and to fine you if your journey is considered non-essential.

Get closer to your family - Because you can't meet anybody else!

Day 2

Posted by
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Thanks for the helpful tips Jason. If I get to the Castle and line up early will I have to stand in very long for tickets? Weeks? Months?

And I heard the Charles Bridge could normally be crowded. I want some good selfies with the City Police. Will I have it all to myself if I get there early?

Posted by
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getting a bit like that here Jason. You could arrange a pub crawl though, put a beer in each room of your house and have a beer in each one. But I know you have a nice big garden you can enjoy, I got to share my small garden with 5 other families.

Posted by
364 posts

For Prague Castle currently there is no queue because it's closed. Charles Bridge, yep, completely deserted for much of the day. City Police Selfie? mmmh I try not to engage with these guys, no sense of humour and I try to maintain at least 500 metres separation even when there's no virus.

Unclegus, what, no balcony? You wait until they tell you to wear a mask outside the house. Look on YouTube to find how to make them out of an old T-Shirt. Great fun. Or used underwear, no Covid could ever get through that.

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Jason I have what is called French Balcony ,but I am on the ground floor,it is big enough to put a couple of pot plants on and not very big ones at that.