Group Tour Operator for holidays to Prague, Czech Republic
Discover the winding cobblestone streets and majestic bridges of Prague
Prague has become a number one destination for visitors and that’s hardly surprising. The ancient capital of Bohemia overflows with history and unique charm. Cobbled lanes weave and wind through this city of magic and mystery.Read more
Czech out the amazing Castle of Prague
During your visit, there are many essential sights to see. Prague’s spectacular castle looms over the city, its towers and spires dominating the skyline. Within the castle complex lies an extra treasure – Golden Lane. This quaint street, built at the end of the 16th century, features tiny houses which press against the castle walls. Originally inhabited by castle marksmen, over the years noteworthy people have lived there including Franz Kafka.
Seen Prague by foot? Take to the rivers
While Prague is a delight to walk around, why not enjoy it from the water? A sightseeing cruise is a wonderful way of getting to know the city. Pass under the bridges and relax as your leisurely cruise allows you to enjoy a new perspective. The Czech Republic is also known for its delicious beers. During your visit, be sure to sample some local beers. Furthermore, brewery visits offer insight into the production process and provide expert knowledge. As well as this, Prague has a special allure at Christmas. Why not combine culture and the Prague Christmas Markets for a memorable festive adventure.
The Czech capital hosts a myriad of architectural gems and contrasts. If you haven’t been yet, what are you waiting for? From its bridges to its beers, Prague is an essential destination well worth a visit.
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Explore the area of Prague Castle and the immense St. Vitus Cathedral, set on a hilltop in the medieval quarter. Discover the imposing Royal Palace, the beautiful St. George’s Basilica and the fascinating Golden Lane. Prague is full of architectural gems and contrasts, which you can discover by walking through the picturesque, well-preserved Lesser town, which is often used in historical film sets.
Old and New Towns
Starting with the Charles Bridge, explore the opposite bank of the Vltava river. See the State Opera House and National Theatre, or visit Stare Mesto Square in the Old Town, home to Tyn cathedral, St Nicholas’ Church and the Town Hall with its astrological clock. Wenceslas Square, in the centre of modern Prague, boasts shops, restaurants, cafés and stunning Art Nouveau buildings.
The sights of the Jewish community can be seen whilst walking around the little cobbled streets. The most important sights are the Old-New Synagogue, the oldest in Europe, and the old Jewish Cemetery. Pařížská Street is considered the most exclusive street in Prague and is packed with designer shops and luxury boutiques.
Prague River Cruise
Experience Prague from a new dimension with a 1 or 2 hour river cruise along the Vltava River. There are also lunch and dinner cruises available and you can sit back in comfort and watch the sights go by. Commentary is available on certain cruises to make the most out of your trip, or you will receive a leaflet detailing the route and sights.
Melnik is a beautiful town situated north of Prague on a prominent hill above the confluence of the rivers Vltava and Labe. From the 13th Century, it was the second home of the Bohemian Queens. An interesting town steeped in history, it is also the centre of Bohemia’s wine-growing region.
Karlstejn and Konopiste Castles
Perhaps spend a full day visiting two unique gems among the castles of the Czech Republic. Konopiste Castle, built in the 14th century as a hunting castle and rebuilt in the 19th century, houses a fascinating collection of historical weapons, furniture, paintings and tapestries. The historical Karlstejn Castle, a huge Gothic castle built high on a rocky hillside, houses many important Czech national treasures and was a depository for the crown jewels and other relics.
Pilsner Brewery and Nizbor Glass
Discover two of the most famous Czech products – beer and glass! In Pilsen, beer has been brewed since 1295. A tour of the Prazdroj Brewery will show you how the beer is brewed including a visit to the museum. Nizbor is home to the most famous glass factory in Bohemia.
Ibis Praha Old Town ***
Located in the heart of Prague, just 100 yards from the old town and surrounded by restaurants, boutiques and cafes. All rooms provide air conditioning, Wi-Fi and a work desk.
Novotel Praha Wenceslas Square ****
Just a 5-minutes’ walk to the Wenceslas Square. All rooms provide air conditioning, tea/coffee making facilities and a sofa bed. The hotel features a large swimming pool, a fitness area and two saunas.
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