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Prague, Czech Republic
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£89+
Excellent 3722 reviews
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Hotel Kings Court
£59+
Excellent 2344 reviews
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Rott
£78+
Excellent 2 reviews
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Art Deco Imperial Hotel
£47+
Excellent 3 reviews
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Ramada Prague City Centre
£79+
Excellent 1 reviews
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Radisson Blu Alcron Hotel Prague
£165+
Excellent 687 reviews
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Alchymist Grand Hotel And Spa
£77+
Excellent 4 reviews
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Grand Hotel Bohemia
£32+
Excellent 1029 reviews
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EA Embassy Prague Hotel
£49+
Excellent 1 reviews
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Archibald At the Charles Bridge
£47+
Good 2 reviews
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Eurostars Thalia
£69+
Excellent 4 reviews
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Art Nouveau Palace Hotel
£36+
Excellent 2 reviews
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Hotel Opera
£43+
Excellent 2498 reviews
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Sovereign
£57+
Excellent 1 reviews
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Hotel Ambassador-Zlata Husa
£49+
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Best Western Premier Hotel Majestic Plaza
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£89+
Hotel Kings Court
£58+
Rott
£78+
Art Deco Imperial Hotel
£47+
Ramada Prague City Centre
£78+
Radisson Blu Alcron Hotel Prague
£164+
Alchymist Grand Hotel And Spa
£76+
Grand Hotel Bohemia
£31+
EA Embassy Prague Hotel
£48+
Archibald At the Charles Bridge
£47+
Eurostars Thalia
£69+
Art Nouveau Palace Hotel
£35+
Hotel Opera
£42+
Sovereign
£57+
Hotel Ambassador-Zlata Husa
£48+
Best Western Premier Hotel Majestic Plaza
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Fairytale Prague

The gothic spires of Prague contour its narrow cobbled streets like a scene from a fairytale, complete with Prague Castle’s statuesque presence towering above the city. Read more.

Fairytale Prague

The gothic spires of Prague contour its narrow cobbled streets like a scene from a fairytale, complete with Prague Castle’s statuesque presence towering above the city. This beautifully preserved city has long drawn in tourists based on its charm alone, yet, with great food becoming more of a vein alongside its existing reputation for great drink and music, the pull of old romanticism and contemporary exploration is ever stronger. Residents are friendly and the city is easily explored on foot thanks to the Old Town plan laid out over a thousand years ago. Whether summer or winter, the city has much to offer seasonally making it a fantastic destination all year round.

Kings, Castles and Art

Prague castle is a must see, particularly its beautiful centerpiece, St Vitrus Cathedral with its lofty spires and stained and painted glass windows. Having taken in the numerous sights of the castle, make a pit-stop halfway down at Svatováclavská Vinice by St.Wenceslas vineyard to enjoy a glass of Czech wine and some of the best views over the city. Another city perspective can be seen from Petrin Hill, a 318m high grassy mound immortalised by famous Czech author, Milan Kundera. Once recharged, head for the Charles Bridge which provides stunning passage between the castle and the old town, best seen in all its glory early morning or evening, away from the sightseeing masses. Old Town Square is an architectural haven and the phenomenal astronomical clock, built in 1490 prevails as a feat of antique technology. Prague also has an interesting history as an important contributor to the avant-garde school of art, including the cubism movement. Off the beaten path in the neighbourhood of Holešovice , the Veletrzni Palace houses a fantastic collection of avant garde Czech art as well as works from European artists such as Klimt and Schiele. For a postcard picture of your trip, make your way to Wenceslas Square where, in fitting with the grandeur of the city, the statue of the King looks down towards the old center of Prague.

From Mozart to Jazz

As the birthplace of famed composer, Antonin Dvorak, Prague has a longstanding history of classical music and opera, apparent in the fact that Mozart chose to first show Don Giovanni in the city. Travellers to Prague with an interest in the classical realms of music or those with an eye for beauty may want to attend an opera at the National theatre for both the entertainment and the beautiful interiors. Tickets are reasonably priced and as such its well advised to book in advance. Anyone interested in combining music and politics should stop by the Reduta Jazz Club where former US president Bill Clinton showed off his saxophone skills. It also happens to be Prague’s oldest jazz club.

Where to stay in Prague

Though Prague is divided into several different neighbourhoods, the city is not a large one and public transport is excellent, making navigating its streets easier in regards to accommodation. The leafy area of Vinohrady and Zizkov contain some of Prague’s trendier bars and cafes while Nove Mesto is home to modern architecture and riverside cafes. The Old Town and Wenceslas Square area have both cheap and slightly more expensive accommodation as opposed to many mid-range options but will place you closer to some of the main sights.

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