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From Stag and Hen Do’s to Christmas Events and Romantic Breaks, Prague is an ideal choice for your next getaway!

Culture & Historic Sights

The Charles Bridge is possibly the most renowned landmark in Prague and is certainly popular with the tourists! The bridge dates back to 1347 and is the oldest bridge in Prague, it was built to connect the Old Town with Malá Strana and was renamed from the Stone Bridge to it’s current name in 1870 after it’s founder, King Charles IV.

You will be bespectacled at the sight of this monument, adorned with 30 statues of saints and personages, although these are now replicas with the originals being housed in the Lapidarium Museum. Many tourists visit the spot where St. John of Nepomuk was thrown from the bridge to make a wish, this is marked with a small brass cross.

Prague Castle is now recognised as a national cultural monument, dating back to the year 870 A.D when the first walled building was constructed (The Church of the Virgin Mary). Since then the castle’s development has continued almost uninterrupted for the past 11 centuries and has been home to Royalty, Emperors and Presidents of Czechoslovakia and nowadays, the Czech Republic.

The Bohemian Crown Jewels are contained within the castle in a hidden room. Prague Castle has been described by the Guinness Book of world Records as the largest ancient castle in the world covering 70,000 square metres!

The PetÅ™ín View Tower is another must see spectacle. Opened in 1891, this 60 meter viewing platform was inspired by the Eiffel Tower in Paris and was closed in 1979. This was then re-opened in 1991 on the second Jubilee exhibition and is still open to the public. From here you can enjoy marvelous views across Prague and take in some of the most well know sights and attractions!

Dining & Drinking in Prague

Prague offers everything from fast food to luxury restaurants and world cuisine! If you are out and about in town enjoying a day of sightseeing then you will be pleased to know that fast food chains such as KFC, McDonald’s and Burger King are readily available for a bite to eat.

If you are planning on enjoying a beautiful meal in a restaurant then you will be pleased to know that Prague offers a huge choice of luxury restaurants and establishments serving everything from typical, authentic Czech dishes to food from around the globe.

Steak houses, fish bars, curry houses, Chinese restaurants and more adorn the streets adding culture to your visit. There is even a Hard Rock Café which is well worth a visit and makes for a great afternoon or evening out serving great food, beers, wine’s, spirits and cocktails!

There is no shortage of drinking establishments in Prague. From a typical Irish pub to a swanky wine bar you will find somewhere you feel comfortable with the setting (and the price)!


If you’re looking for nightlife then Wencelas Square is at the heart of the action featuring many bars, clubs and pubs to choose from!

Shopping in Prague

The main shopping area of Prague is located around Wenceslas Square, along Na PÅ™íkopÄ› and ending in Republic Square. It is here that you will find branded named local national and international shops. The Palladium, which is the largest shopping mall in central Prague is located in Republic Square.

The Old Town Square and surrounding area offers you the option of visiting a typical Czech shop selling art, crystal, souvenirs and more!

Every year, Prague plays host to the Christmas Markets. These run from 30th November until 12th January typically and are great to visit for trinkets and souvenirs and to sample some traditional Czech dishes and baked goods as well as locally produced alcohol.

The bright and colourful lights, trees and decorations combine to provide a true Winter Wonderland and is guaranteed to get everyone into the Christmas Spirit! The main markets are held at the Old Town Square and Wencelas Square with some smaller markets on display at the Republic Square and Havel’s Market, all of which are within a short walk of each other!

Activities and entertainment such as nativity scenes, children’s workshops where they can try their hand at making Christmas decorations. There is also a puppet theatre to entertain you.

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