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About Prague

A grand castle, magnificent cathedrals, striking bridges and dynamic nightclubs, this amazing city has everything you could ever want and more from a city break.

The capital of the Czech Republic is one of the most visited destinations in the whole of Europe and you will not be disappointed by your choice. You can sit in the square and enjoy a cold beer or take in the beautiful city from the water by jumping on a boat and traveling down the famous Vltava River.

Walking up to the castle offers fantastic views over the whole city and surrounding area and once inside you can explore more than 1,000 years of history by taking in the St Vitus Cathedral and Old Royal Palace. This fantastic city will not disappoint however you decide to spend your time there.

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We have over 850 hotels and apartments spread out across the capital so you’re bound to find something that suits you. You can also book flights straight to Prague with us and once you’re there we can help organise transfers as well as hop-on hop-off bus tours.

When To Go

Like most central European cities, Prague enjoys its warmest months in July and August. This is also peak-holiday season so there will be plenty of shows, nights out and other entertainment options for you. The city can be equally beautiful in the winter as well, just make sure you pack your coat as it can get quite chilly.

Fast facts about Prague

  • Currency
    Czech koruna
  • How to get there
    Fly to Prague International Airport
  • Official Language
    Czech
  • Time
    Two hours ahead of the UK
  • Time from airport
    Buses can take between 25 and 50 minutes, taxis around 30 minutes

Sightseeing and must-sees

  • Eat goulash and dumplings
    A local specialty, this hearty dish is just what you need after a tiring day looking at the sights of Prague. Allegro and La Degustation Bourgeois Boheme are two of the more upmarket restaurants but there are plenty of other options to satisfy your appetite.
  • Storm the castle
    Right at the top of the hill in Prague sits the grand old castle, waiting for you to explore it in all its depth. It is the largest castle complex in the world, featuring a wide range of palaces and church buildings. Not to be missed and offers stunning views over the city.
  • Take a trip along the Vltava
    This famous river is bridged by the wonderful Charles Bridge and there is no better place to see the city than on the water itself.
  • Try the local tipple at U Fleku
    This old beer hall has been brewing the stuff for more than 500 years so find a seat and knock back a couple of Flekovskys, the dark lager brewed onsite. The brewery tour offers you even more secrets about the ancient ale.
  • Try to decipher the clock, Old Prague Square
    Ticking away since 1490, the Astronomical Clock of Prague is bewildering and enchanting in equal measure. There is no better place to grab a cold drink and study the clock’s face with its complicated zodiac figures and the mysteries they hold.