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Prague City Break
Best time to go: January to March, November to December
3 Nights | from £395pp
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Included in your A&K Prague City Break:
• Private half day walking tour with one of our expert guides
• Entrance fees to Jewish Museum and Cemetery, and Old-New Synagogue
• Return flights
• Private luxury transfers
• Accommodation including breakfast
• Services of your dedicated A&K Concierge to book additional private tours, restaurants & spa treatments, to tailor your break to suit you
The glassy surface of the swan-filled Vltava River has mirrored Prague’s magical skyline of bridges, cathedrals, gold-tipped towers and church domes for more than 10 centuries. Throughout its many desirable neighbourhoods, from the vineyards of Vinohrady to the bar-filled Žižkov district, you’ll find a city that’s bubbling with life and (you may have already guessed) a fondness for an alcoholic beverage. In fact, Prague’s beer is some of the best in Europe. Away from the main sights the maze of cobbled streets and secret courtyards are ideal for the wanderer, and during winter months there’s always a characterful pub nearby for a warming drink (just place your beer mat on the table to order).
From the tourist hotpot of Prague Castle to the Bohemian art on display around the city, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. The city is certainly quirky: weird sculptures litter public spaces, Gothic churches nestle next to cubist infrastructure, but this is all part of the charm. And for the festive of heart, Christmas brings a charming market that lines Wenceslas Square with tiny stalls selling everything from traditional pastries to handmade decorations.
Prague’s history is synonymous with fine music. The Aria hotel pays homage to this with each of its four floors being themed around a particular genre. Contemporary and jazz contrast with opera and classical and each genre is reflected in the décor of its beautifully designed rooms and suites. Aficionados may choose to enjoy an exclusive showing of their favourite musical performance in front of the Screening Room’s 80” screen. Non-connoisseurs also will not be disappointed, as the hotel’s lovely Mala Strana (Little Quarter) location makes it a simply fantastic base to explore this enchanting city.
Four Seasons Hotel Prague
Seamlessly blending the different architectural styles of the three buildings it occupies, the Four Seasons combines its trademark effortless service and experience with an enviable location on the banks of the Vltava and views over to Prague Castle. The impossibly pretty old town lies just a short walk away and whether you’re doing the cultural thing or soaking up the Czech hospitality with a cold, crisp pilsner, returning to Prague’s most sumptuous accommodation is the perfect antidote to a busy day on the streets.
View the rest of our hotel collection in Prague, or contact one of our team on 01242 547 703
At A&K all of our journeys are individually tailored to suit your needs and timescale. As a guide, this four day suggested city break will cost from:
• £395 per person, staying at Aria Hotel
• £650 per person, staying at Four Seasons Hotel Prague
Including flights, breakfast, private transfers, half day walking tour and entrances.
Prices based on two people sharing in low season and subject to availability.
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Our European offices are managed by a local team of experienced and passionate travel professionals with an intimate knowledge of the continent, enabling them to provide clients with great insight into this fascinating destination, and ensuring a seamless experience every step of the A&K journey. With their long standing personal connections and networks they're also there to help you uncover local secrets and experiences, and to open doors to people and places normally beyond the reach of the ordinary traveller.
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Best time to be there
Winters in Eastern Europe are very cold but Christmas is a magical time to visit. July and August are very hot, May, June and September enjoy pleasant temperatures and fewer crowds.
Prague (British Airways)
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