Look out over the lights of Wenceslas Square. Stroll through the winding lanes of Prague Old Town, or drive out to discover unchanged countryside and preserved palaces – and you’ll experience the charm of a bygone age.
There is no denying that the Czech Republic, and especially its capital Prague, is a favoured destination for visitors from all over Europe. But its popularity doesn’t diminish its charm. In fact, the arrival of guests has allowed the Czech people to extend their welcome. The hotels are now of international standard, restaurants serve a wider range of regional cuisine, as well as European dishes, and the nightlife in the capital has a rhythm and a vivaciousness all its own.
Talk to one of our consultants and they'll tell you about early morning walks in clear, frosty air, with fairytale buildings sparkling beneath a panoply of stars. They'll recommend the treasures of the museum and church of the Loreto, with its atmospheric gardens and ancient relics, nestling at the top of the castle precinct of Hradcany.
They'll also suggest you experience the countryside beyond Prague and visit some of the Republic’s world-class UNESCO sights. The magical town of Telc, for example, or the riotous flower gardens in Kromeriz. The chocolate box village of Holasovice or the romantic landscapes of Lednice-Valtice. If, that is, you can bear to leave the attractions of wonderful Prague.