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"The Heart of Europe," "The Golden City," "The City of 100 Spires," and "The Mother of Cities." With its breathtaking views, history, culture, and architecture, Prague has earned its many titles.
Visiting Prague, with its fairytale atmosphere, leaves a lasting impression. Classic bridges, cathedrals, cobblestoned streets and gold-tipped towers are just a few of the features that make the Prague cityscape so stunning. The postcard-perfect view of Prague Castle, with Charles Bridge in the foreground is truly a sight to behold. Largely untouched by WWII, the historical center of Prague has been placed on the UNESCO world heritage list, and helped make it one of Europe's most popular cities.
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The local cuisine is typically a hearty mix of meats, potatoes, dumplings, and cabbage, but the city's restaurants are themselves cosmopolitan. You can find a varied selection of traditional pubs and eateries, as well as gourmet restaurants and trendy cafes throughout the city. More than anything, the Czech Republic is known for its beer, widely considered the world's best brew. The nightlife in Prague is legendary, with options catering to all tastes. Prague's neighborhoods are varied and energetic. Whether you're seeking nightlife or a relaxing, cultural vacation, you've come to the right place!

Popular Tour Itineraries Featuring Prague

Spend some time in Prague on a tour that takes in other cities in Czech Republic and neighboring countries. Our vacation packages including Prague and other destinations throughout Czech Republic and Europe hassle-free. We take care of getting you from place to place, accommodation, excursions and activities.

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What we love about Prague


Operations Training Specialist

I love Prague because it's quite similar to Budapest. It's definitely smaller, but offers everything you might need in a capital. My personal favourite part of Prague, which I discovered totally randomly, is a street basketball and football court quite close to Letna Park and the river. While I was sitting there, I had the feeling I was at home, quite a good feeling!


Operations Executive

Prague is amazing when it comes to culinary experiences. I think the restaurant scene is more outstanding in Prague than in other cities around. I highly recommend trying many of the restaurants on our list. Also, I found Prague very mysterious. I have this feeling with it has so many secrets all around which are waiting for you to discover. Nice to wander around and get lost in the small streets! This great city is one of our best destinations.


Senior Trip Planner

I saw first Prague 15 years ago and then again last year. Although the buildings and monuments have stayed the same, the city has changed so much. All I could say was: WOW! Lots of interesting historical places, yes, but at the same time, there's great nightlife, food, beer, markets, and shopping. I had the feeling the whole city is happy all the time.

Where to stay in Prague

All of the accommodation options we offer in Prague have been hand-picked and provide the perfect base for exploring this beautiful city. Whether you prefer the freedom of an apartment, the swish of a design hotel, or the intimacy of a boutique hotel, we've got you covered. Predominantly located in Prague's Old Town, you'll be close to the action whichever choice you make. Once we start preparing your customized itinerary we will present our recommended options for you to select from.
Small Heritage Hotel in Prague
Small Heritage Hotel
With a prime spot in the Mala Strana neighborhood the hotel boasts an unforgettable atmosphere and a quiet and cozy environment.
Modern Design Hotel in Prague
Modern Design Hotel
Perfectly captures the boutique hotel concept. This is a luminous beauty of a hotel. Well-appointed stylish rooms, great location and comfortable public spaces.
Lifestyle Luxury 5-Star Hotel in Prague
Lifestyle Luxury 5-Star Hotel
A luxury lifestyle hotel with beautifully decorated rooms, delicious breakfast, and attentive staff. It also features authentic local artists and designers all over the hotel, including unique pieces of design furniture in the rooms.

Things to do in Prague

We've been on a huge number of trips, tours, and excursions in Prague, from which we've selected the very best available. Discover some of the history of the city itself, sample typical Czech culture, cycle around or out of the city, or take a day trip to one of the many beautiful towns or impressive castles and chateaus just a few hours from Prague. When we send you your customized itinerary you will be able to choose additional excursions to include in your vacation package or consider adding later.
Jewish Prague Private Walking Tour
Jewish Prague Private Walking Tour
Terezin Private Day Trip
Terezin Private Day Trip
Kutna Hora Private Day Trip
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Kutna Hora Private Day Trip
Bohemian Vineyards and Wine Tasting Group Tour
Bohemian Vineyards and Wine Tasting Group Tour
Beer Spa Private Experience
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Beer Spa Private Experience
Prague Castle Private Tour with Interiors
Prague Castle Private Tour with Interiors
Prague Venice Sightseeing Group Cruise
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Prague Venice Sightseeing Group Cruise

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Frequently Asked Questions about travel to Prague

How long should I stay in Prague?

The minimum length of the stay in Prague we recommend is 3 nights, so you can explore Prague with a private walking tour, and take advantage of Prague's great potential for day trips, such as to Kutna Hora and Terezin. Within Prague itself, tours of the storied Jewish district are popular, among Jews and gentiles alike, as that section of the Old Town is home to many of the city's legends and some of its most memorable architecture. Prague Castle is the world's largest castle complex, home to many museums. Even beyond the Old Town, the city has much to offer, from laid-back neighborhoods popular with locals to memorable architecture and the remains of a much earlier castle at the Vysehrad fortress.

When's the best time to visit Prague?

Prague is a beautiful and interesting place all year round, and each season has its advantages, such as Christmas markets and mulled wine in winter, or lazy days soaking up the summer sun and enjoying a cold one in the city's beer gardens. If you don't want to be too cold or hot, and want to do a lot of wandering, come for the "shoulder months" of April, May, September, and October. Spring brings Easter markets to the main squares and fall naturally brings its own special colors, while both are less busy than summer.

Is Prague safe?

Prague is safe, with practically no violent crime, but as with any big city, be careful with your personal belongings such as backpacks and purses while in crowded areas.

Where should I change money?

As with anywhere, don't change money in the street, even if you're promised a good deal. It's generally best to take out money from the ATMs located within bank entrances, but we can recommend decent places to change money, as can hotel staff.

How do I get around Prague?

The accommodations we offer are in or adjacent to Prague's Old Town, so most of the city's top sights are within walking distance. Prague's taxis have a poor reputation due to a few bad apples (see our Prague taxi tips), but the public transportation is fast, cheap, and reliable. A 90-minute ticket costs 40Kc (about $2) and a 24-hour ticket costs 120Kc (about $6). You can find the official trip planner here. Prague's subway network has a unique aesthetic and many beautiful stations. One of Prague's little curiosities is the funicular railway from Ujezd in Mala Strana to the top of Petrin Hill, but ferries across the river are also covered by regular tickets. Public transport tickets are available from newsagents, at booths in metro stations, or from machines located in metro stations and at some tram and bus stops. Some machines only take coins, but all trams now have a machine for cards.

Does Prague have vegetarian restaurants?

While traditional Czech cuisine is known for its meat dishes, you'll hardly go hungry in Prague if you're a vegetarian or vegan. Read our Eating Vegetarian in Prague article for details.

Where can I try legendary Czech beers?
You'll be able to get a beer pretty much everywhere, at any time of day, but we have a few suggestions for which beer brands to look out for and where you can try some excellent microbrews.
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