Things to do in Praga
Prague has numerous temples to coffee, cafés with heaps of character where artists and intellectuals have been meeting for over a century.
The Museum of Communism guides visitors through the regime’s history, from its establishment to the Velvet Revolution.
The Kafkian spirit is exuded by every corner of Prague, which is home to a popular museum that pays homage to one of the most influential authors in literary history.
St George’s Basilica, one of Prague’s oldest churches, is the highlight of the Prague Castle complex.
Situated on a hill on the banks of the Vltava river, this park boasts incredible views of Prague, as well as restaurants, beer gardens and trails for doing sport.
Far from the hustle and bustle of Prague, Vrtba Garden is a Baroque gem that provides refuge and unbeatable views of the city. Discover it now.
Tropical plants, Japanese gardens, rare species… These are just some of the attractions of Prague Botanical Garden, the perfect place to relax.
The Czech Republic is an unbeatable skiing destination, with the Giant Mountains being the most popular area amongst locals and tourists alike.
A stroll around Prague provides ample opportunity to fall in love with its many towers, bridges and the lights reflecting in the Vltava river. The perfect spot to propose to your partner!
Prague is one of the best cities to visit with friends as it strikes the perfect balance between culture, history, art and gastronomy. Do you need more reasons to book a short trip?