Prague is a beautiful European city with much to offer. It wasn’t as heavily damaged in WWII, so much of the original architecture remains.
We stayed at the Hilton Prague Old Town, using points we had built up. The staff were so nice to our baby and even offered to bring out special food during breakfast.
We absolutely loved the walkability of Prague with a baby. Our hotel location was in Old Town and a 10-minute walk to the Old Town Square with the astronomical clock and 20 minutes to the Charles Bridge.
Baby Carrier or Stroller, what works best in Prague? Our baby isn’t quite ready to sit in a highchair, so we enjoy having the stroller at mealtimes, allowing us all to relax while eating.
Almost every restaurant we went had highchairs available. You can leave your travel high chair behind! However, do your research in advance and secure your dinner reservations.
Restaurants, cafes, or the main tourist attractions were our main go to for changing on the go. Some restaurants had changing tables in the hall before the restrooms.
Everything you need for baby is easily accessible in Prague. There are lots of drug stores and grocery stores where you can stock up on diapers, formula, baby food, and other items.