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Flights to Prague, Czech Republic

Flights to Prague, Czech Republic

Visit “Golden Prague”

Many of the city’s ochre buildings have a golden glow. There are few cities that have such atmosphere and history, such magnificent art and architectural heritage. Visit the Franz Kafka Museum and enjoy some of the greatest scenes from Mozart's operas in the city’s oldest theatre – the Estates Theatre. Let yourself be inspired by the National Technical Museum, which houses an aircraft built by the Czech aviation pioneer Jan Kašpar, and marvel at the works of Rubens in the Obrazárna Gallery in Prague Castle.

Prague for urban travellers

It’s simply impossible to imagine Prague without its trams. Take a ride to Prague Castle, admire the wonderful work of Jože Plečnik, peek down Golden Lane and enjoy the fantastic views of the city and the Charles Bridge. Stroll through the city streets, have a beer and a fresh-grilled sausage. Stop at the Astronomical Clock, and in the evening take a boat trip along the Vltava and admire the capital and its rich architecture in the glow of the city lights.

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Prague for romantics

Start the morning with a walk along Charles Bridge, and leave it just before the end on the left bank of the Vltava. You will discover Prague in a different light, strolling along Kampa, the tiny island and one of the most tranquil spots in the city, a place that inspired Bedřich Smetana.

For lovers of food and Czech beer

As you tour the sights of Prague, you can enjoy both traditional Czech cuisine and a wealth of international restaurants, including Asian, French, Italian, Greek, Mexican and Balkan, not forgetting of course a bona fide Slovenian restaurant at Dejvice, close to the Hradčanská metro station. Apart from the traditional Czech beer, your total enjoyment will no doubt be enhanced by the price, since a half litre of beer will cost you less than a cup of coffee.

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As you wander Prague, don’t miss:

  • Prague Castle is the biggest castle in the world; it is the former court of the Czech kings, with its magnificent Cathedral of St Vitus (which even features a memorial tablet to the “Czech Queen” Barbara of the House of Cilli, a Slovene noble dynasty) and the residence of the Czech president.
  • Charles Bridge is one of the most visited locations in the city, and is a favourite gathering place for locals, tourists, artists and people out partying.
  • Old Town Square and the Astronomical Clock – feel the pulse of the city in this square, where you can treat yourself to lunch in one of the numerous restaurants with a view of the Astronomical Clock.
  • Rudolfinium – the enormous neo-Renaissance concert hall that hosts various events and festivals. It is the home of the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra.
  • The Plečnik church at Vinohrady: it is no exaggeration to say that this is one of the most beautiful churches in Europe; built very quickly thanks to Plečnik's pioneering use of modern construction methods, it has a wonderfully spacious interior.
  • Prague Zoo: it may not be the biggest, but for a long time it was famed as the leader in the number of animals born at the zoo, and is certainly one of the finest in Europe.
  • Ice hockey: The Czech Republic is undoubtedly one of the leading ice hockey nations, and this sport is part of the people. Prague is home to two major clubs, and you can’t be a fan of both: you either support Sparta or Slavia – the choice is yours. Check out one of their matches in the Czech Extraliga, it will certainly be memorable.

Fly to Prague, take a ride to the biggest castle in the world, admire the wonderful work of Jože Plečnik, peek down Golden Lane and enjoy the fantastic views of the city and the Charles Bridge. Discover the city, and treat yourself to a beer and a fresh-grilled sausage.