As you would expect, Prague has a wealth of tourist attractions and things to see and do which will keep you busy for the duration of your trip. The best way to explore this tourist friendly city is on foot where you can enjoy wandering around the medieval city and Jewish Quarter, the iconic Charles Bridge and admiring the art work of local artists whilst getting stunning panoramic views of Prague Castle and Petrin Hill. From Malostranske namesti (the "Lesser" Town Square) with its magnificent Cathedral of St. Nicolas, you can climb up the hill to Prague Castle, the biggest palace complex in central Europe. There you can spend hours and hours enjoying the splendour and majesty of this imposing castle. And don't forget the beautiful palace gardens and the renaissance period Summer Palace Belvedere.
If this is your first visit to Prague, we would recommend the Grand City tour as a start point to familiarise yourself with the layout of Prague and to explore parts of the city that you might otherwise miss. A half day excursion will take you around the major attractions and will introduce you to the major tourist sites which you can later explore in more depth.
There are of course several specialised city tours for specific parts of city local guides can take you around Prague Castle or the Jewish Quarter, introduce you to many other attractions and take you to the most interesting places which the casual tourist might otherwise miss.
A highlight for the first time visitor is a Vltava River Cruise very often accompanied with lunch or dinner. Another memoral (if a bit touristy) experience is horse carriage ride around the Old Town.