This website lists all the top tourist attractions, castles, palaces, museums, churches, shopping malls, parks, galleries, theaters, music venues, restaurants, and pubs in Prague. Click the "Beer" button for a list of all the best Czech beers and pubs where they are on tap; most pubs also have delicious food like Budweiser Goulash.
I am an American man living in Prague! I married a Czech woman we have lived in Prague1 & Prague7 for about 2 years. In the first year I learned to read the most important Czech words for food and beer, and a few simple greetings. I have also learned about many of their local customs, and have visited most of the big attractions in Prague including the opera, town squares, many museums, churches, restaurants, and pubs.
It took me a while to get used to the public transportation, local standards, and foreign conversions like money, temperature, and other measurements. The metro is easy - but tram routes and especially buses can be complicated, and quite overcrowded.
I can still work for American clients, communicating over the phone with Skype and eMail, and my clients pay me with PayPal. I have clients all over the world and USA including Minnesota, New York, California, Florida, Myrtle Beach, Texas, and Seattle. I am also teaching English grammar, vocabulary, and conversation to Czechs for professional use in their businesses.
I am currently working by Prague Castle in Lesser Town, Prague 1, Czech Republic (which is usually 7 hours ahead of Central Standard time). For a year we were living on Wencelaus Square by the old horse market in New Town, Prague1. Now we are living by Letna Park in Prague7, with a view overlooking the city of Prague and Prague Castle over the Vltava River, and royal parks that stretch all the way from Sparta Arena to the castle.