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Prague City Breaks | A Magical Retreat amid Architecture, Nature and Culture

Known as ‘the city of hundred spires’, Prague is one of the prettiest cities in Europe. Bisected by Vltava River, this Czech Republic is home to the most amazing architecture in the world. In fact, one need not be an expert in distinguishing the magical and diverse architecture that this city boasts. Be it the Romanesque chapels or Gothic cathedrals, Baroque palaces or Art Nouveau buildings, Prague enchants the eyes with captivating and colorful ambiance. Beat the routine with short Prague City Breaks to relax or go on a long haul holiday, there are wonderful deals and discounted flights that make your weekend or vacation more enthralling than ever. Walk across the Charles Bridge breathing the fresh river breeze and hear the hourly sound of the Astronomical Clock. Furthermore, stroll along the old town square that looks untouched since the 10th century. Even more, enjoy the musical scenes, traditional, pop or rock ...Prague has all the sounds, colors, and charm. Finally, meet the infant Jesus to return back with good blessings and fortune.

When to Visit

Summer from June to August is the high season in Prague with warm and dry temperatures. Enjoying the average daily sunshine of 10.5 hours, this season brings large crowds. Hence, there are long queues and higher prices for accommodation and travel. Therefore, choose the shoulder season from March to May, September, and October to enjoy a pleasant climate and cheaper accommodation and airfare. However, Prague turns magical in winters with festive mood and excellent options of skiing. Above all, this is also the best time to have cheap city breaks and discounted deals.

Where to Stay

Prague is divided into 10 regions as Prague 1 to Prague 10 and someone needs to understand this before deciding on their accommodation. Prague 1 consists of the old town, new town facing the river, the lesser town, and the castle. Everything is available with just 10 minutes walk at this place. And, the new town has the National Museum, several shops, wider roads, and a railway station. Indeed, the lesser town is the historical center of the city surrounding the Prague Castle. This is a great place to stay in the old buildings and enjoy the calm and peaceful atmosphere away from the noisy partying nights. Similarly, Prague 2 has numerous restaurants, bars, and shops. And Prague 3 has the largest residential area. Those who want to enjoy the sights of the river away from the city center, Prague 4 is the perfect place to find cheaper accommodation. Prague 5 is the biggest region with a facility to hit the ring road quickly. Housing the consulates and embassies, the airport of the city is in Prague 6 region. Connected with bus and tram, many chose to stay at Prague 7 due to cheaper prices. Prague 8 is suitable for those who are prepared for long walks and long journeys in trams and metro. However, industrial Prague 9 is not suitable to stay on Prague Holidays. Bordering with Prague 2, Prague 3 and Prague 9, Prague 10 has an excellent metro station and tram facilities to travel during a city break or on a holiday.

What to See

Only few cities in the world boast as many attractions as the capital of Czechia offers. The breathtaking views of the glorious Prague Castle stun everyone on a holiday. In fact, this is one of the largest ancient castles built in 45 hectares area of land. And also, the city houses the world’s oldest astronomical clock. Hit the area early to capture the glorious moments with the clock on Holidays to Prague. Stroll across the medieval Charles Bridge to capture the views of picturesque Vltava River. In fact, there are about thirty walk over and foot over bridges on the river which laps around ten islands. So, take a boat to explore the city from the waters. More so, Prague has an excellent traditional culture of cafes. Walk into any of these cafes to experience the local culture and sip some great coffee or a locally brewed beer. Simultaneously, go to farmers’ and flea markets in the city. Most importantly, Prague’s Christmas Markets take the center stage in winters. Lined up with a number of bars and restaurants, Prague pampers the party-goers all through the night with nightclub tours.

What to Eat

Prague is famous for its palace, bridge, river, beer, town square, and architecture. But when it comes to food, many think that Prague offers more meat of pork and beef. However, this Czechea capital has delicious cuisine to offer on its platter to the visitors. Try eating out the chimney cakes, sandwiches, goulash, grilled sausages, pancakes, and gingerbread. If one wants to try a delicious beef dishes, never miss the taste of braised beef with dumplings called ‘Svickova’. Finally, there are pints of local beer to soothe your souls and spirits on your short break to this Czech beauty.

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