Sightseeing All Round
Transport yourself to the heart of the action in Prague and venture into the Old Town Square, which is full of pavement cafes and interesting monuments. You can enjoy people watching and simply letting the world pass you by as you take a nice hot drink and enjoy some of the local cuisine.
If you’re a fan of architecture, take yourself to visit ‘The Dancing House’, the Nationale-Nederlanden building by the river. Its unusual architecture attracts crowds and tourists from all over, making a must-visit spot for any travellers!
Fun For All The Family
Thanks to the city being welcoming and diverse, visitors of all ages will find something they can enjoy on their holiday to Prague. There are delicious local beers for the parents to sample and activities galore for the kids!
The National Technical Museum is designed for younger visitors, offering them a hands-on experience. There’s also an entire children’s island in the middle of the river, giving the kids the chance to explore and blow off some steam. The adults can relax on the benches around the playground, and there’s a bar and restaurant at one end of the island when you need to refuel.
Old Meets New
Prague holidays have an amazing array of districts, including the beautiful Old Town at the heart of the city. Here, you’ll find Gothic architecture, quaint cobbled streets and one of the most famous landmarks in Prague – the Astronomical Clock.
Prague 7 is a more up-and-coming area – a district that includes the Holesovice quarter. This part of the city is an artistic hotspot, featuring trendy galleries, quirky bars, cinemas and much more.
The fusion of cherished landmarks and fascinating history with exciting nightlife and fun things to do is what we love most about Prague. You really do get the best of both worlds!