Spa Travel Prague
Prague is an amazing city that has been attracting visitors for a good number of years. It is a truly magical city with an awe inspiring landscape - the little cobbled streets, rows of pretty townhouses, imposing church spires and majestic fortress make for a real fairytale-like cityscape.
Prague is steeped in culture and history. The beautiful architecture illustrates the rich and colourful history of this beguiling city and there are some fabulous ancient buildings to visit while on a Prague break.
Prague is spilt into old and new towns and these are separated by the famous statue-strewn Charles Bridge.
The old town has a history going back almost a thousand years. Take in the splendour of the ancient castle or enjoy a stroll through the sunken medieval alleyways.
In the newer part of Prague you will find the famous Wenceslas square. This is a focal point for visitors, with plenty of great bars and restaurants on offer. There are also plenty of shopping opportunities in this area, from familiar high street names to local independent shops. Wenceslas Square is also famed for its excellent nightlife.
Prague is simply bursting with things to see and do, both during the day and at night. Daytimes can be spent taking in the city's art galleries and museums. Then spend your evenings wandering through the city's cobbled streets. Here you will find atmospheric bars where can you sample some of the famous Czech beer. Restaurants offer a variety of cuisine - from typical Czech style dishes that have something of a German flavour about them to a multitude of international restaurants. There really is something to suit all tastes.
If you enjoy concerts then you will be spoilt for choice - why not book tickets for the Prague State Opera or the Prague Symphony Orchestra?
The city is also boasts an internationally famous nightclub scene, so you can dance until dawn if you so desire.
Prague enjoys a continental climate. This means the winters are very cold and crisp and the summers are warm and dry. As a result, Prague is a very popular year round destination.
Finally, it is worth noting that Prague is an absolutely incredible city in which to take a break in the run up to Christmas. Sprinkled with snow and looking like an enchanting city straight out of the pages of a storybook, Christmas short breaks in Prague are full of festive magic. Admire the large Christmas tree in the middle of the old town, listen to the choirs sing and browse the amazing Christmas markets. There really is something magical about the fabulous city of Prague.