City breaks in Prague
Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic, the country’s largest city, and has served as the capital of the historic region of Bohemia for hundreds of years. More than 20 years since the fall of communism and the Velvet Revolution, Prague has cemented its position as one of Europe’s foremost tourist destinations with the city’s fascinating history and magnificent architecture attracting holiday makers from all over the world.
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- Why take a Prague city break? The city of Prague is packed with beautiful architecture and tradition, making it the ideal destination for anyone looking for a cultural city break.
- Top attractions: Be sure to visit Prague’s Jewish quarter, the Josefov, which has been transformed into a stylish neighbourhood of art nouveau buildings, designer shops and cafés.
- Who should go to Prague? Prague is the perfect destination for families looking to sample the tradition and culture or for couples looking for a beautiful setting for a romantic break.
- Top hotel in Prague: The Aida hotel is a fantastic, modern four-star building with superb transport links to the city centre.
Where to stay in Prague
Work out which district suits your needs and interests with the Prague district guide. Are you keen to see the Old Town with its trendy Josefov area, or would you prefer to be in the New or Lesser Town?
- The 987 is a modern hotel which is situated close to the city's famous Old Town.
- If you're looking for a stylish and unique hotel the Ambassador on Wenceslas Square will be ideal for you.
- The Majestic Plaza is brimming with historical charm. It's an affordable four star property, great for those visiting the town for the first time.
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Things to do in Prague
Prague’s city centre is characterised by its stunning blend of architecture, ranging from Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque buildings through to examples neoclassicism, art nouveau and cubism. In the Old Town and the Castle District, you’ll find a tangle of medieval lanes, but, beyond them, there’s a whole other cosmopolitan city to discover. You can take a relaxing walk in Prague’s riverside parks, enjoy the atmosphere of the city’s lively bars and beer gardens, listen to some live music, browse the boutique shops, and of course check out some of the excellent museums and art galleries.
In Prague's Jewish quarter, the Josefov, you will find a wealth of history and tradition to explore. There is a museum spread over five synagogues, where artefacts tell the painful story of the persecution suffered by Czech Jews.
Czech cuisine is traditionally based around pork or beef accompanied by dumplings, potatoes or chips, but Prague also has some great contemporary restaurants serving exciting food with hospitality to match.
If you’re more of a night owl, Prague breaks won’t disappoint. There’s a distinctly underground club scene, but you will also find sophisticated cocktail bars, Irish pubs, plush whisky lounges and hip DJ bars, giving the city a truly eclectic feel after dark. Discover other top Prague attractions here.
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