INCLUDES FLIGHT, HOTEL & MORE in Czech Republic
The Vltava River flows through the green landscape of the CzechRepublic. Like a main artery, it runs straight to the nation's heart, Prague. Acity with several thousand years to its name, this is the place where you canexplore eras of past and present and immerse yourself in history, strollingthrough the cobbled streets.
Experience the city through its energetic centre, Nove Mesto,where you'll find lots of restaurants, caf√©s and bars, and the famous Josefovarea with its stunning synagogues, Jewish museum and old graveyard. Not to bemissed, the narrow, labyrinthine alleys in the neighbouring area of Stare Mestoare a trip through history. Take a tour of the 1,200 year old Prague Castle,which towers majestically above the city. Next on the list, a walk across theromantic Charles Bridge: here you'll find a plethora of buskers, painters andstreet sellers, along the stone bridge that is famous for its gothic statues.
Prague is a treasure trove for those seeking sights away from thebeaten tourist track. To satisfy your inner explorer, head to Petrin Hill andclimb the Observation Tower for a panoramic view of the city. Visit the Museumof Communism for a glimpse of the country's recent history behind the IronCurtain, or, if you're feeling brave, head to the Museum of Torture Instrumentsand see the gruesome devices used for torture in thankfully bygone centuries.
When the evening draws near, you can retire to a cosy little baror one of the numerous micro-breweries across the city. Czech people consumemore beer than any other country in the world, and with centuries of brewingthe cherished nectar they have really become masters of the art. Order a pintof amber-coloured beer at the U Fleku brewery and restaurant and sample some ofthe hearty Bohemian dishes on offer. The city is full of places to eat, drinkand enjoy life, and regardless of where you go in the city, every step that youtake is another page in your own fairy-tale.
The Czech capital of Prague is one of the most beautiful cities in all of Europe. There are few places on the entire planet that can boast anything like the kind of architecture that Prague has. But it isn't all old architecture and stories of the past that Prague boasts. Beneath the old city is a modern underground system, which makes getting around easy. But Czechia, its other official name in English, is much more than a single city. Czech Republic holidays are especially popular with younger Europeans because of how affordable the country is. In this sense, cheap holidays to The Czech Republic are the norm. Book yours today.