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The holiday ideas on our website are just examples of the amazing trips we offer

Barbara Janicka

Senior Travel Consultant

01242 386 463

01242 386 463

Best Time To Go

November - March

Holiday Length

4 nights

Price guide

From £2,085pp

The price shown is a guide - based on two people sharing and generally includes economy flights. Your holiday will be tailor-made to suit you and there are many factors that can influence the price, such as standard of accommodation, class of flight and time of year. Ask your travel specialist for more information.
Holiday type

City break, Tailor-made


Prague City Breaks 2024/2025

From the tourist hot spot of Prague Castle to the Bohemian art on display around the city, there's something for everyone to enjoy on our Prague city breaks. Our expert guide will take you on a walking tour through the maze of cobbled streets and tiny squares, revealing the most enchanting sights of this ancient city. You’ll also discover different sides to Prague’s history when you visit the Jewish Museum and Cemetery, as well as the Old-New Synagogue. Your dedicated concierge can tailor your Prague tour to include additional private tours and reservations at the city’s top restaurants.

  • 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 includes breakfast (the 'From price' above is based on staying at the Mandarin Oriental on a bed and breakfast basis)
  • Services of your dedicated A&K Concierge to book additional private tours, restaurants & spa treatments, to tailor your break to suit you

Why Prague?

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 ten centuries. Throughout its many desirable neighbourhoods, 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 cobbled streets and secret courtyards are ideal for the wanderer. During the winter months there's always a characterful pub nearby for a warming drink. Just place your beer mat on the table to order. The city is certainly quirky: weird sculptures litter public spaces and Gothic churches sit 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.