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Embark on a holiday to Prague and prepare to be amazed by the City of Hundred Spires’ gothic architecture, medieval old town and fairytale castle. While Prague holidays are endlessly romantic, its beer halls and pulsating nightlife make it an appealing prospect for partygoers too!

 

The vibrant capital of the Czech Republic is layered with flawless architecture, vibrant bars, cultural attractions and contemporary flair, lavishing Prague with an enchanting blend of old and new. Wander through a labyrinth of cobbled streets in the city's historic old town, down bustling markets and devour delicious bites in the numerous alfresco restaurants. Czech cuisine has flavourful dishes like Smažený Sýr (fried cheese), beef and pork dumplings and Czech goulash or schnitzel.

 

Sights to behold include a 15h-century clock that continues to mark the turn of hours to this day, while Prague is also home to some of Europe's very best museums. Whether you're visiting in the height of summer or for the spellbinding Christmas markets, hitting the town with friends or being whisked away for a romantic winter break, a holiday to Prague will be one to remember.

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Watch the Sunset from Charles Bridge

 

 

Watch the Sunset from Charles Bridge

If you’re in Prague with your other half, a romantic walk along pretty Charles Bridge is a must. Gaze up at the towering baroque statues that line the parapets along the 500m walkway and stop to appreciate the great views of the city. The bridge is most atmospheric in the evening, offering beautiful sunset views of the hill-top castle. Continue to stroll through the city's stunning old town, where you can check out the Astronomical Clock in Wenceslas Square.

Soak up the Culture

 

Soak up the Culture

Culture spills from every corner in Prague, with many museums, galleries and ancient delights to explore. Once you've ticked off Charles Bridge, Prague Castle and the Astronomical Clock, check out the Estates Theatre (one of the most beautiful in Europe), which once saw performances by Mozart. The Dancing House is a stunning abstract building that houses one of Prague's leading French restaurants and Municipal House is one of the finest art nouveau buildings in Europe. Wander down the cobblestones of Prague's Lesser Quarter and visit Wallenstein Palace Gardens and St Nicholas Church or step back in time in the ancient streets of Golden Lane within the Prague Castle complex.

 
Prague Beer Museum

 

Prague Beer Museum

A city break to Prague is not complete without sipping on a proper pint of beer. The Prague Beer Museum, located in the city centre, is a popular up-beat pub that welcomes larger lovers and boasts the best bohemian brews in the city – with no less than 30 Czech-produced beers on tap. If you're not sure what you want to sip, ask for a sample board and choose five different beers to try.

 
Sail Down the River

 

Sail Down the River

Cruise through the heart of the city on a Vltava River tour. Many of Prague's popular sights and attractions can be found along the river bank so embarking on one of these popular trips is the perfect way to see them all in the same day. Holidaymakers can also enjoy dinner and drinks as they cruise the river. Soak up the sights and the sounds on the Prague Jazz boat or have the best of both worlds and settle for a city tour and river cruise in one. Look out for Charles Bridge, Prague Castle and Frank Gehry’s abstract ‘Dancing House’ along the way.

 
Prague’s Eccentric Love for Art

 

Prague’s Eccentric Love for Art

From its Gothic altar pieces in the Convent of St Agnes and The House "At The Minute" with Sgraffito Art to the spectacular modern art work of Alfons Mucha, Prague is an eclectic arty mix. The city boasts beautiful architecture including the amusing sculptures of David Černý in various locations around the city. Capture some of Prague's contemporary art in Museum Montanelli, FUTURA Center for Contemporary Art and Leica Gallery Prague for photography fans. Don't forget your camera!

 
Prague at Night

 

Prague at Night

This thriving capital is all encompassing when it comes to nightlife and whether you fancy a late-night drink and a dance or clubbing until dawn, there's plenty to keep you entertained when the sun goes down. Prague’s most famous nightclubs are located in the centre of the old town and are perfect for partying the night away. Karlovy Lazne is crowned as the largest club in Central Europe with five dance floors and stunning views of the Vltava River and Charles Bridge. Other must-visit venues include Duplex Restaurant & Club, Bombay Bar & Club, N11 and Aloha Bar. The Christmas markets also attract droves of festive tourists every year and the lights and yuletide glow will be sure to get you in the Christmas spirit!

 
Wine and Food Market

 

Wine and Food Market

If you're a lover of wine and cheese, then you must head to the Wine Food Market in Prague. This wonderful market is home to the city's best breads, cheeses, meats and deli goodies such as marinated mushrooms and peppers. The cosy market has a noisy and fun atmosphere and its large wooden tables hidden among sweet-smelling counters are the perfect spots to taste some of the tasty morsels on offer. A new Italian menu is released every week here so foodies can try something new every time they visit.

 
John Lennon in Prague!

 

 

John Lennon in Prague!

One of the most influential public landmarks in Prague is the John Lennon Wall and you'll find it right across from the French Embassy. This tribute began after Lennon's death when youths expressed their grief by covering the wall with graffiti, messages and lyrics from their favourite Beatles songs.The Lennon Wall not only signifies as a memorial to the talented artist and his thoughts for peace, but also represents free speech and the non-violent rebellion of Czech youth against the Communist regime. People believe that the wall is Prague’s equivalent of the Berlin Wall.

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