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Prague was founded in the 9th century by Slavic kings who made it capital of Bohemia, built the Prague Castle, and began the town’s trading industry. Prague continued to prosper in the 14th century as a centre of trade, culture and education under Holy Roman Emperor Charles IV, who commissioned the building of the city’s New Town, the Charles Bridge, and Charles University. In 1526, Prague fell under the House of Hapsburg and was an Austrian city for the following 400 years. It quickly became a hub of European culture. Though the city suffered wars, occupation, a massive fire, and the plague, Prague consistently bounced back.

The Czech nationalist movement was growing stronger by the mid-to-late 19th century. With the dissolution of the Austro-Hungarian Empire at the end of the First World War, Prague became capital of the independent nation of Czechoslovakia. In 1939, the German army under Hitler invaded the city, forcing the Jewish population, which had been part of Prague since its creation, to flee. After Germany’s surrender and exit from the city, Prague fell under control of the Soviet Union and became the centre of the Communist government of Czechoslovakia. In 1968, in order to prevent proposed reforms by Communist party leader Alexander Dubček known as Prague Spring, Soviet troops occupied the city. Nonviolent demonstrations in 1989 led to the fall of the Communist government, in what is referred to as the Velvet Revolution. In 1993 Czechoslovakia was split into Slovakia and the Czech Republic, with Prague remaining the capital of the latter.

Spend a weekend in Prague and pass the time in this enchanting city, which sprawls over rolling hills and is set along the Vltava River. With a medieval Old Town, Gothic architecture, baroque gardens and palaces, and the magnificent 14th-century Charles Bridge, Prague is rich in both history and art. By day, explore historic sites like the Prague Castle or get lost in one of dozens of excellent museums. At dusk, relax in a beer garden, and then catch the city orchestra at Smetana Hall at night. So book a flight to Prague today and take advantage of all that this classic and contemporary city has to offer.

  • The best time to visit Prague is during the spring and fall, when most days reach 15°C or higher and the streets are less crowded. The high season is from late May to early September. During the summer, days can be hot, with temperatures topping out at 22°C. The summer months draw the largest crowds, and the city hosts events like the United Islands of Prague festival and the Tanec Praha dance festival. If you don't mind about temperatures dropping to 0°C, the winter is a beautiful time to visit Prague—the falling snow and Christmas markets create a magical atmosphere.

  • Explore on Foot

    Prague has an extensive tram and subway network, but going on foot allows you to explore the city's many hidden pathways and secluded side streets.

    Beer Sampling

    Prague residents are proud of their beer, and you can spend a pleasant afternoon or evening sampling the beers on offer at a local pub.

    DOX Museum

    Check out some of Prague's most cutting-edge modern art at this art centre, which offers rotating exhibits.

    Performing Arts

    Sample a new type of performing art at the stunning National Theatre, which offers tickets for all price ranges.

    Christmas Markets

    If you're visiting Prague in November or December, don't miss the city's many Christmas markets. Buy a glass of hot mulled wine to stay warm.

  • The recently renovated Hotel Roma, located in Lesser Town, is just steps from Prague Castle, the Charles Bridge and the National Theatre. The hotel features a meeting room, a fitness centre and a summer garden. Each room is furnished with Italian decor and equipped with air-conditioning, high-speed internet, satellite TV, and a safety deposit box.

    Situated in quaint Vinohrady, the city’s historical centre chock-full of bars and restaurants, is Galileo Hotel. Renovated in 2006, the hotel features an airport shuttle, wireless internet access and a breakfast buffet. Each room has air-conditioning, tea and coffee facilities, and high-speed internet. A short walk from Wenceslas Square and other sights, Galileo Hotel is a great spot from which to explore the city.

    Once a bank and post office, the recently renovated building housing the luxurious Carlo IV A Boscolo Luxury Hotel is a gorgeous tribute to neo-Renaissance architecture. From the marble-floored lobby to the crystal light fixtures, the Hotel Carlo IV is full of features that are sure to please travellers of fine tastes. Each room has a contemporary design, internet access and safety deposit box.

    The Praga 1 Hotel is just a short walk from the Charles Bridge and Wenceslas Square and offers great prices. The hotel is quiet with an accommodating staff, and each room has air conditioning and free wireless internet connection. The fare also includes a continental breakfast.

    So choose your hotel in Prague, and start planning your holiday today!

  • To and from the Airport

    For a fast and inexpensive way to reach downtown from Prague Ruzyně Airport take bus number 119, which leaves every 7 to 20 minutes from outside the terminal and goes to Dejvická metro station on line A. From Dejvická you can reach all major downtown neighbourhoods. Alternatively line 100, running every 15 minutes, will take you to Zličín metro station on line B. From Zličín you can get to Charles and Wenceslas Squares.

    For travelling outside of the city centre take one of Prague’s buses, which run from 4.30 in the morning until midnight.

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  • Prepare for the gastronomic experience of a lifetime at La Desgustation Bohême Bourgeoise (Haštalská 18). Choose one of three seven-course meals that include international and Czech cuisine. Begin with fried aubergine with Prague ham, followed by a beef oyster blade with fresh dill or the organic beef tenderloin with cranberries. Dishes change seasonally and produce comes from local and organic farms.

    Bagel lovers rejoice: Bohemia Bagel in Prague is the place to get that hand-made, freshly baked breakfast you have been missing. With classics like onion, poppy, and cinnamon raisin, Bohemia Bagel also has bagels like parmesan-oregano and jalapeño-cheddar in addition to some hearty sandwiches and gourmet coffee. Shops can be found in five locations around Prague, and a visit really hits the spot before a day of sightseeing.

    Friendly service and a cosy atmosphere await you at Artisan Restaurant & Cafe (Rošických 603/4). Using fresh local produce and making their own bread, stocks, and pastas, this restaurant goes to lengths to make sure the diners’ experience is one of a kind. Dishes not to miss include the salmon ceviche, the succulent filet mignon, grilled halibut with couscous, and for dessert a rich chocolate lava cake.

    Boasting a gorgeous view of the city from its expansive terrace, Terasa U Zlaté Studně (U Zlaté Studně 4) mixes Czech, French and other cuisines to divine effect. Starters include a marinated Canadian lobster and beetroot tartare, while entrees range from a rack of fallow deer with butter gnocchi to a duck confit with red cabbage.

  • Health in Prague

    Water from the tap is not safe to drink in Prague. Purchase bottled water such as Ida, Evian or Artes. Though there are no required vaccinations for a visit to the Czech Republic, those recommended include tetanus, polio, diphtheria, measles, and hepatitis A. Prague has a very reliable health infrastructure and there are plenty of well-stocked pharmacies in town.

    Some Important Numbers

    Emergencies: dial 112
    Ambulance: dial 155
    Police: dial 158
    Fire department: dial 150

    Safety in Prague

    There has been a recent rise in petty crime in Prague, so take common sense precautions. Do not walk alone at night or in poorly lit areas. Try to keep items such as jewellery and electronics concealed, and do not carry large amounts of money on your person. Park in demarcated areas and do not leave personal belongings in parked cars. Be sure to make photocopies of all your travel documents, and keep them on you at all times. Store originals in the hotel safe with some cash.

Prague Holiday Packages

Hotel only €59.94

1 Hotel Roma

4 stars
4.1 / 5 49 reviews

Ujezd 24

Stay 3 nights save 10%/Free Wifi/Free Breakfast

Hotel Roma is located in the historic center of Prague in Mala Strana (Lesser Town), directly under one of the main attractions, the famous Petrin lookout tower. The historic building has a...

Hotel only €40.58

2 Belvedere Hotel Prague

4 stars
3.3 / 5 6 reviews

Milady Horakove 19

Stay 4 pay 3!

Hotel Belvedere is located in a quiet residential area, a 10-minute tram ride from the Old Town Square and offers 151 guest rooms with stylish furniture. Non-smoking floor and rooms for disabled...

Hotel only €39.75

3 Hotel Assenzio Prague

4 stars
4.2 / 5 16 reviews

Wenzigova 3

Stay 3 nights and save10%!

Assenzio Hotel is situated just in the heart of Prague 2, in a privileged position along the road which leads to Wenceslao Square, the Natural History Museum and the Clock Tower, and a short...

Hotel only €49.16

4 Green Garden Hotel Prague

4 stars
4.2 / 5 42 reviews

Fugnerovo namesti 4

Stay 2 nights get 20% off

The Green Garden Hotel Prague is a family-run hotel housed in a beautiful neo-Renaissance building dating back to 1894. Located in the historic center of Prague, it is a short walk from the famous...

Hotel only €58.73

5 Hotel Moods

4 stars
4.3 / 5 7 reviews

Klimentska 28

Breakfast available for 24 hours!

Moods Boutique Hotel is a hidden delight, tucked down a quiet side street and bursting with cool modern art and funky furniture.  Furnished with Hastens beds, fine bed linen, and high-tech...

Hotel only €42.56

6 Hotel Caesar Prague

4 stars
3.8 / 5 89 reviews

Myslikova 15,

Stay 3 nights save 10%/Free Wifi/Free Breakfast

Hotel Caesar Palace is a four-star hotel located in a historic, renovated Art Nouveau building. Centrally located in Prague's Novo Mesto (New Town), it is within easy walking distance of Prague's...

Hotel only €28.08

7 Taurus Hotel

4 stars
4.3 / 5 7 reviews

Vinohradska 105

Free Coffee and tea making facilities

Hotel TAURUS * * * * is situated in the center of the city right in the METRO underground station, just a few minutes from the Wenceslas Square, the National Museum and the Old Town, in the superb...

Hotel only €69.48

8 Galileo Hotel Prague

4 stars
4.1 / 5 103 reviews

Bruselska 3

Free Wifi, Breakfast,Tea+ coffee making facilities

The Galileo Hotel Prague is a design hotel in Prague's historic and central Vinohrady quarter, which is known for its numerous bars, pubs and restaurants. Renovated with Italian style in 2006, this...

Hotel only €51.01

9 Jurys Inn Prague

4 stars
4.2 / 5 10 reviews

Sokolovska 11

Advance Purchase Offer

Jurys Inn Prague hotel is a new modern hotel in the center of Prague, close to Wenceslas Square and a short stroll to the Old Town and Charles Bridge. Located opposite the Florence underground...

Hotel only €75.18

10 BEST WESTERN PLUS Hotel Meteor Plaza

4 stars
3.6 / 5 13 reviews

Hybernska 6

Hot Deal - 10% off

Dating back to the early 1300s, this renovated, historic hotel is ideally situated in the centre of Prague, next to the Powder Gate, the Municipal House and newly opened shopping mall Palladium....

Hotel only €51.74

11 Fusion Hotel Prague

4 stars
4.4 / 5 8 reviews

Panska 9

Stay 3 nights, save 10%

Fusion promotes an egalitarian hotel atmosphere, bringing together travellers on different budgets, all seeking value and a brand/lifestyle buy-in. fusion is 'Cheap-Chic' or 'Budget-Boutique' and...

Hotel only €51.30

12 Hotel Beseda

4 stars
3.0 / 5 5 reviews

Hotel Beseda Prague, Vladislavova 20

Free Breakfast + Free Wifi

Hotel Beseda Prague is conveniently located in the historic town centre, just a few steps from famous Wenceslas Square, in one of the most attractive area of Prague.All major points of interest are...

Hotel only €62.61

13 Hotel Hastal Prague Old Town

4 stars
4.0 / 5 28 reviews

Hastalska 1077/16

FREE OF CHARGE - Hot & Cold buffet BREAKFAST

The four-star Hotel Hastal Prague Old Town is close to Prague Castle and the city's historic and cultural attractions. The building dates back to 1850 and has been recently renovated to offer 31...

Hotel only €32.61

14 Theatrino Hotel Prague

4 stars
3.4 / 5 8 reviews

Borivojova 53

Free coffee and tea making facilities

Design hotel TEATRINO is located in the city centre, in a quiet residential area of Prague 3. The historical centre of Prague can be reached easily by public transportation or on foot. There is a...

Hotel only €80.56

15 BEST WESTERN PREMIER Hotel Majestic Plaza

4 stars
4.1 / 5 27 reviews

Stepanska 33

Stay 3 nights, save 10%

The BEST WESTERN PREMIER Hotel Majestic Plaza is located in the heart of Prague's tourist and business center, near Wenceslas Square and within walking distance of all the sights. This four-star...

August

Cheapest weekend flights in August from London to Prague

Travel dates Departure Arrival Stops: Round-trip fares
Leave Thu 13 Aug London (LCY) Prague (PRG) KLM Royal Dutch Airlines €408
Earn €4.08
Return Sun 16 Aug Prague (PRG) London (LCY) KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
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