If you are planning a trip to Prague, it is important you are planning absolutely everything in advance. Whilst you may have a basic idea of how you want your trip to go, having a clear plan will help ensure there are absolutely no issues during your trip. Whether that means creating a step by step itinerary or simply planning all of the places you want to see whilst you’re there, the more detailed your plan is the better. With that in mind, here are 10 things to consider before booking a trip to Prague:
What Is Your Overall Budget?
One of the first things you need to decide when you are booking your trip is what is your overall budget? As you’re going to have a lot of different aspects of your trip to think about, you need to ensure you have budgeted correctly. The best thing to do is to plan out roughly what it is you want to do, writing down the maximum price you would be willing to pay for it. From there, you will be able to create an overall budget for each and every aspect of the trip. Whether it’s flights and hotels to food and drink, you need to budget for everything. For a guide to setting a vacation budget, you can visit this site here.
Who Is Going With You?
Another important thing to decide before you start booking things and getting everything in place is how many people will be going with you? Is it a family trip? Just the girls? Or maybe even a romantic trip for you and your partner? No matter who is going to be visiting Prague with you, you need to ensure you have a clear idea when it comes to booking your transport and accommodation.
Where Do You Want To Visit?
Now that you know who is going with you and what your overall budget is, you need to think about where you want to visit. There are lots of different areas within Prague, so doing your research to find out which ones appeal to you will ensure you don’t end up wasting time visiting areas that do not interest you at all. For a guide to all of the different areas in Prague, you can visit this site here.
How Will You Get From Place To Place?
If you are going to be travelling between a lot of Prague’s districts and attractions, you need to decide how you are going to get around. Whilst you can walk between a lot of the main attractions, if you want to head further out you may want to consider using public transport or hiring a car. Whilst it will be more expensive, it will free up a lot more time when it comes to getting around.
What Kind Of Accommodation Will You Be Staying In?
Another important aspect you need to consider before you arrive in Prague is where you are going to be staying. There is a wide range of different accommodations available in the city, that doing your research will help ensure you make the right choice. Whether you want a budget hostel or a five-star hotel, you will find that there is something for everyone.
Where Will You Get Your Inspiration?
One of the best things about booking a trip is that you get to spend hours and hours researching where you want to go. Using sites like Instagram and Pinterest, you will be able to put together mood boards for every single place you want to visit, especially if you follow a lot of travel influencers and bloggers. For a guide to following travel influencers and bloggers, you can visit this site here.
What Will You Do Whilst You’re There?
One of the most important things you need to decide when you travel to Prague is what you are going to do when you get there. Using this guide to visiting Prague, you can take a look at all the most popular sights, building a list of all of the places you want to go. If there are a number of you travelling together, you can all build your own lists and see how they compare. The places with the most votes should be the highest priorities.
Do You Have Any Food And Drink Must Haves?
Another important thing you need to think about is the food and drink you’re going to have whilst you’re there. Prague has a lot of local delicacies so doing your research will allow you to create a list of bucket list food to eat during your visit. If you want to go a step further, you can also research into the best place to eat each dish.
Will You Be Sharing On Social Media?
Although it is not for everyone, you may want to think about whether you are going to be sharing your trip on social media. If you are a traveller or a blogger, the chances are you will, however, if you are a family you may consider otherwise. Whilst it will have absolutely no impact on your trip whatsoever, it’s always important to plan ahead.
Do You Have A Contingency Plan In Place?
Finally, it is important you are thinking about having a contingency plan. No matter how prepared you are there is always the chance that something can go wrong. The best thing to do is think about absolutely everything that could go wrong, writing down all of the possible solutions alongside the issue at hand. Not only will it allow you to feel more in control of your trip, but it will help reduce any pre-trip anxieties you may be having. If it helps, ask everyone else to contribute their ideas and thoughts to the contingency list too.