The Czech capital of Prague brings you all the atmosphere of central Europe in one easily explored city perfect for a shortbreak. From ancient castles, Gothic churches to the famous Czech beer and great nightlife your customers will find that they will have to come back again to fit it all in.
Best things to see and do
- Charles Bridge - Stroll along the cobbled walkway and admire its ornate iron lampposts and statues
- Prague Castle - The biggest ancient castle in the world offering beautiful views of the city
- Old Town Square - Wander through the 12th century square to see the hourly animation of the world’s oldest working Astronomical Clock.
Dont leave without trying
- Choco Café – a café that serves up the most divine hot chocolate imaginable.
- Communist cafeterias still exist in Prague - they offer simple, filling food at very low prices.
- The traditional local dishes such as Goulash (Gulas) with a side of dumplings (knedliky) and fruit dumplings for dessert (ovocne knedliky)
- The Zizkov district – famous for its nightlife where guests can dance the night away!
- Local Currency:Koruna
- Transfer Time:Taxi 40 mins
- Airport express bus 35 mins
- Coffee: £1.17
- Beer: £1.50
- 48 hour Transport card £7.50
5 things you didn’t know about Prague:
- Prague ranks the 4th favourite European city for 2016 as per Trip Advisor
- Czech beer is world famous for its smooth velvety taste.
- Beer gardens are a popular thing in Prague especially once Spring has sprung! Beer gardens are dotted all over the city but the most popular is located in Letná park. Grab a beer and a slice of pizza and enjoy!
- Good King Wenceslas wasn’t just a name in a Christmas carol, he was a real person that made a difference in Prague and had his name given to the famous square.
- Animation of the world’s oldest working Astronomical Clock.
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