Prague is the most popular destination in the Czech Republic. It is a fascinating city - full of historic buildings, entertainment and shops. Tourists normally stay for a few days, but a stay Prague can be combined with stays in other towns and areas to make a full-length holiday. Even if your main holiday is elsewhere in the Czech Republic, you will probably arrive in the Czech Republic via Prague's Vaclav Havel Airport and it often makes sense to arrange a night or two's accommodation in Prague.
Some Sights of Interest in Prague
- Prague castle
- St Vitus Cathedral
- Petrin Hill - park-covered hillside with the best views of Prague
- Boat trip along the Vltava River
- Charles Bridge
- the Jewish Quarter with its synagogues and cemetery
- Prague Zoo - an award-winning zoo for the family
- Prague’s many museums and art galleries
Holiday Packages We Offer That Include Prague
A stay in Prague can be combined with stays in the following Czech towns to create a two-centre holiday:
- Cesky Krumlov
- Ceske Budejovice
- Kutna Hora
- Jindrichuv Hradec
- Karlovy Vary
- Marianske Lazne
It can also be combined with a stay in a country cottage. Click on the town names to find out more.
Our selection of hotels and apartments may not be comprehensive, but instead we have chosen hotels we have stayed in and worked with over the years. We are confident that you will like them.
We can arrange transfers from the airport or station to your hotel.
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Prague Plus Other Countries
We offer also offer holidays which combine a stay in Prague with stays in
April - September
In Search of the Philosopher's Stone
In the 16th century Bohemia attracted alchemists from all over Europe seeking the philosopher's stone and the art of turning metals into gold. Ghosts, magic, alchemy - all are to be found on this holiday. Plus a lot more besides.
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In the Footsteps of Alfons Mucha
This tour takes you to Prague, Brno and Moravia. The great Art Nouveau artist, Alfons Mucha, was born in a small town in South Moravia, where there is a museum which features some of his less known photography. His great series of paintings celebrating Czech nationhood - the Slav Epic is on display in Prague. There are other examples of Mucha's art and design in Prague and Brno.
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Scheduled Guided Tour - 26th Sept - 3rd October 2016
20th Century Architecture Tour
This 7-night tour includes the interiors of Alfons Loos in Plzen, the Modernism of Bata's Zlin, Mies van der Rohe's Villa Tugendhat and other modernist masterpieces of Brno and the many Art Nouveau, Art Deco, Cubist and Modernist buildings of Prague. This tour is as much a tour of European architecture movements as a tour of Czech architecture.
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