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Prague

Famous for its beer, beautiful spas and with fantastic and fun activities on hand, there’s never been a better time to celebrate in Europe’s Golden City.
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Bohemian Rhapsody

Oh Prague, you ultimate dreamboat. Blessed with impeccable bohemian credentials (well, the Czech Republic was called Bohemia once upon a time), this is a city where little fazes its inhabitants, and where stunning architecture in the “Golden City” rubs shoulders with cutting edge tech companies. This buzzy place is hugely popular with tourists during the summer months, but if you’re looking for a chilled gathering then spring and autumn offer more space.

‘The Thai and Wellness Club is brilliant for anyone feeling less than vibrant the morning after’
Prague
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Time Difference
Time Difference
GMT+1
Fly to
Fly to
Václav Havel Airport Prague
Airport transfer time
Airport transfer time
30 minutes (approx)
Weather
Weather
Cold, often sub-zero in winter. Warmish summers.
Prague Saint Nicholas Church on Misty Morning
Prague at the sunrise

Stay

There are plenty of great places to stay in Prague whatever your budget. Blessed with a super-helpful receptionist, Nina, and a brand-new sauna, Hotel Otakar (3 star) is cheap and cheerful and an easy tram ride from the city centre. For something more luxurious, the Ambassador Zlata Husa (5 star) is right in the centre of the action on Wenceslas Square, with free WiFi, a casino on site to start (or finish) your night in style, and a Thai and Wellness Club for anyone who feels less than vibrant the morning after.

Call 01273 872200 and we'll arrange the perfect place to stay for your group.

Prague View from Charles Bridge
River cruise
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Do

Prague has museums up the wazoo, but when you’re up for something livelier it has endless brilliant options. Whether it’s jelly wrestling, shooting an AK47 Kalashnikov, bobsledding—even destroying an entire car (one between six, take it easy) there’s everything to play for.

Rediscover the joy of paintball in a series of themed arenas—just be aware that the unlimited beers on offer might make it a bit more likely that at least one of you will leave with a massive bruise somewhere painful!

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‘Enjoy fried breaded cheese, dumplings and lashings of local beer and wine’
Classic Czech goulash with dumplings
Classic Czech goulash with dumplings

Out

Prague has plenty of boat parties and pub crawls to see you right (although a trip to The Absintherie might be the most unique way you’ve ever started a night out). For dancing, we love the sleek Fashion Club which also has a great restaurant. For serious clubbers, Karlovy Lazne is spread over five floors (with an Ice Pub on top!), while chi-chi house music lovers will want to aim for One Club or Duplex after 10pm. Let us know—we can arrange reserved tables and bottle service to amp up your fun.

Call us for the latest prices and availability. We also arrange flights 01273 872200

Eat

Whatever you want to eat, you can likely find it in Prague, but the most awesome meals you’ll have are best described as “hearty”. Traditional Czech restaurants are incredibly jolly, and will give you a great meal with plenty of fried breaded cheese, dumplings and lashings of local beer and wine. For fine dining, try Restaurant Bellevue (which does indeed have very belle views of the castle), while La Degustation and Mlýnec both offer high-end takes on Czech cooking. For food on the go, you can’t beat the chlebíčky (open-faced sandwiches) at Sisters Bistro.

Prague at the sunrise
Prague at the sunrise
‘Enjoy fried breaded cheese, dumplings and lashings of local beer and wine’
Aerial view over Old Town in Prague, Czech Republic
View from Charles Bridge to the mala strana

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