In early February of 2018 we had the opportunity to spend a weekend in Prague. As soon as you enter the city you get a sense of a beautiful mixture of history, culture, and pride. The people are very nice and welcoming, at your disposal should you need to ask any questions. From the trip I could gather that most people in Prague speak 3 languages, being English, Czech, and Russian. To see all the sights the city has to offer, I would suggest walking to Prague Castle as it has one of the best views in the city. Walking was also the most used mode of transportation as well as using the tram for going further distances. Everything in Prague is relatively close to each other in the downtown part, but as I was staying in an Airbnb, I only had a small 10 minute commute to the downtown area every day. If you are unable to walk such distances and need a car, do not hail a taxi as many are not legitimate because they are known to upcharge by ridiculous amounts and will hold you hostage in their car until you pay. Prague does have Uber, and that is the safest option. If you want to have an authentic czech food, I suggest visiting Restaurant Zvonice, as it offers delicious food at a good price. For brunch I could not suggest Home Kitchen any more than I already do, their service is amazing and their menu is always changing, offering the most amazing Czech American fusion into their dishes.