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Extraordinary day trip in/from Prague

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In May my wife and I will be visiting Prague for 3 days (Excluding travel time).
We are planning to spend time in different parts of Prague:
1st day - Old town
2nd day - Jewish Quater
3rd day - Prague Castle & Petrin Park

I don't plan in detail where to visit in each area yet, but basically we would like to see the buildings, tour maybe one museum/gallery around the area, see a farmer's market if there is, pick a cafe or restaurant to sample some local dishes and perhaps hunt for a concert or free music performance. You know, those ordinary must-see and must-do...
However I'm not too sure if we could actually cover all these places in a faster pace, or will we get bored after second day as the different parts of the same city somehow offer the similar "feeling". So I'm here to seek an alternate 1-day itinerary somewhere nearby Prague just in case we have our 3rd day free.
Both of us are not fancy of modern metropolitan cities. We like old buildings and heritage sites (that's why we visit Prague). We like nature & outdoor and don't mind long walk and easy hiking or biking. We also love to see small villages.
Let me know if you have any suggestion especially if it is a less popular place or countryside...or it could be a special place still within the Prague city that you think I will miss out.

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