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Historical and romantic Prague a city of unimaginable wondersbeckon hundreds of travellers every year. Spring festivals, world renowned music concerts and vibrant beer fests will delight you. Enjoy a summer break, spring fling or romantic getaway. Visit the lush vineyards or simply take time off to explore the wonders of this ancient city. All-inclusive holiday packages to Prague from Travel Center cover the best locations. Beautiful Romanesque Rotundas, Gothic Cathedrals and Baroque-Renaissance palacesfill the city. Enjoy sophisticated operas and popular ballets while watching the street musicians performing on historical Charles Bridge is an unforgettable treat. History buffs can visit the pub frequented by Wolfgang-Amadeus-Mozart and explore the ornate 9th century Prague Castle which is the largest in the world. Fall in love with the mediaeval Old Town and enjoy sunsets and gorgeous views off Charles Bridge which was constructed in 1357. Czech food and smooth wines enjoyed at scenic rooftop cafes are a food connoisseurs dream come true. Chic restaurants, glitzy bars and high-end fashion stores promise to thrill the modern traveller. Planning a holiday to Prague is very convenient with Travel Center offering you the cheapest flights, budget-friendly accommodation for the whole family and flexible booking options. Enjoy one of the world’s most historical cities, get lost in the wonders of Prague book your holiday with Travel Center today!


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Time Zone

UTC+01:00 hour

Airlines Flying

British Airways, Ryanair, Jet2, EasyJet, Wizz Air



Best Time to Travel

March to May

Modes of Transport

Plane, Train, Bus, Car

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP = 36.75 CZK

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Powder Tower

First built in the 11th century and refurbished in the 15th century, this tower is one of the original gates into Old Town Prague. It is known as the Powder Tower as it was used for storing gunpowder in the 17th century. It was the starting point of the coronation route of Bohemian kings. The tower has a spiral staircase with 186 steps that leads to a gallery where visitors can enjoy a beautiful view of the Old Town.

Dancing House

The Dancing House was created by Czech architect Valdo Milunic and Canadian Frank Gehry towards the end of the 20th century. Resembling a female dancer swaying in the arms of her partner it contains both dynamic and static elements. Located on the banks of the river Vltava and Resslova Street It is a private office building as well as a restaurant on the 7th floor which is open to the public.

Old New Synagogue

The oldest active synagogue in Europe and located in Prague’s former Jewish quarter Josefov, it was Prague’s first Gothic building and was completed in 1270. Except for the Nazi occupation from 1942 – 1945, there have been regular services held here. A legend that goes along with it says that stones from the Second Temple in Jerusalem were brought by angels to build the walls of the synagogue.

Tyn Church

This church graces the Old Town Square and is one of the most well known attractions in Prague. It’s towers stand at 80 meters high and can be seen from any part of the city. It was originally an 11th century Romanesque church built for foreign merchants and the present church was constructed in the 14th century with the roof, towers and gables being built years later. Tyn church is home to many works of art in Gothic, Baroque and Renaissance styles.

Mala Strana

Also known as the Lesser Town District, Mala Strana was founded as a royal town and dates back to the year 1257. Ruled by Baroque architecture the town is dominated by St. Nicholas Church and Wallenstein Palace and also has many other attractions such as Squares, Parks and Gardens. Vojan Park and Petrin Hill which are located here are perfect for quiet walks.

Wenceslas Square

This is one of Prague’s two main squares and perfect for those who love to shop. It is home to bars, clubs and restaurants. It is the city’s entertainment and nightlife district. The Statue of St. Wenceslas at the center of the square was the location of many political movements and gatherings in the 20th century.

Prague Astronomical Clock

This complicated ancient clock shows Babylonian time, Bohemian time, Germen time and sidereal time. It also shows sunrise and sunset, phases of the moon and the sun’s position in the zodiac. It was built in 1410 by a clockmaker and professor of mathematics and has been maintained for over 600 years and is known as the third oldest cock in the world. Every hour the clock sets off a show which any tourist will love. The best time to watch it is at noon or midnight.

Prague Castle

This castle towers above the city and is a sprawling complex with buildings spanning centuries including a royal palace, a cathedral and three churches, a basilica, a monastery, defensive towers, royal stables and magnificient gardens. It was first a wooden fortress in the 9th century, a royal palace in the 11th century and St. Vitus Cathedral in the 14th century. It is also the buriel place of kings and emperors.

State Opera

Prague’s State Opera is a part of the National Theatre of the Czech Republic. It was originally opened in 1888 as the New Germen Theatre. It was designed by Alfons Wertmuller and was built in 20 months. It’s spacious auditorium and Neo-Rococo décor makes it one of the most beautiful in Europe.

Charles Bridge

This 600 year old bridge connects Old Town and Lesser Town over the river Vltava and is Prague’s most iconic landmarks. It was commissioned in 1357 by King Charles IV to replace the bridge that was destroyed in a flood in 1342. The bridge is always full of people but there are fewer crowds at dawn or in the evening.