You'll find stunning architecture, gorgeous views, lovely theatres and welcoming restaurants waiting for you on the winding cobbled streets of Prague. A holiday in the capital city will offer you the chance to take a stroll through its historic quarters, stopping off to enjoy some of its delicious coffees and ice creams on the way.
Follow the path of the Royal Way to see buildings and monuments dating back hundreds of years and you'll end up at Prague Castle, home to emperors, kings and queens throughout the ages. Make your way back through the streets of the Lesser Town (Malá Strana) for an authentic holiday experience in the cosmopolitan capital and you're sure to end your trip with some excellent holiday snaps.
You won't be able to stop yourself being swept up in the romance and wonder of Prague, making it ideal for a romantic holiday. Winter is a particularly enchanting time to visit, as the Christmas markets ensure there's a special spark in the air, but the city's inspiring sights and landmarks make it a good choice all year round.
Relax on a stroll through Prague's Old Town, a vibrant centre of culture in the city and home to many unique cafés and delis that are worth a visit. You can also enjoy a romantic lunch on Wenceslas Square with the sounds of the city and street musicians in your ear and beautiful buildings around you, an ideal holiday spot for couples, or try out other well rated spots and restaurants in Prague.
Beer aficionados on holiday in Prague will also note the region's famed pilsners, which complement pervasive pub snacks such as pickled bratwursts and distinctive Czech cheeses. Hearty and fulfilling, the Czech cuisine served in Prague will be just the thing you need to gear up and experience the city's vibrant nightlife.
If you're looking for a more peaceful holiday, you'll find there are plenty of iconic landmarks you can enjoy visiting during the day - the Charles Bridge and Prague's famous astronomical clock to name just a few - and a whole range of performances, from opera to ballet or theatre, to enjoy in the evening. It's a good idea to book ahead if you'd like to see specific shows on your holiday.
Don't feel bound by the city limits when holidaying in Prague, the outer fringes and surrounding countryside offer up their own unique charms and one-of-a-kind experiences. Prague itself is compact and you're sure to find it easy to navigate, but if you're hoping to explore a little more of the Czech Republic on your holiday, you can hire a car in Prague and set out.
Visit nearby Pilsen (Plzeň) on a holiday in Prague to sample Pilsner Urquell, fresh from the brewery, or take a tour of the 14th century Karlštejn Castle located just outside of Prague, then return to your Prague hotel to freshen up before enjoying a night out in the capital.