Hotels in Prague, Czech Republic
- your base to discover the city.
In comparison with its geographical neighbours, Prague escaped much of the structural destruction of the Second World War. What this means is that an architectural wonderland survived. Beautiful buildings, in styles ranging from Gothic to Art Nouveau, Cubist to Classic, grace the golden city
at all corners.
The largest ancient castle
in the world can be found here, as well as a medieval centre, whose winding, cobbled streets are the stuff of a Franz Kafka tale (the famed surrealist writer who was inspired by the city's evocative geography).
Things to do in Prague
are plentiful: walk over the Charles Bridge across the river Vltava, learn about the Old Town's long history, and marvel at the illuminating light shows (often set to music) at Krizik's Fountain
. Look into booking a hotel room in Prague early, especially around Christmas, as the city is a wildly popular tourist destination. As one of the premiere cultural centres in Europe, it's easy to see why.
Planning to head to one of the Bohemian spa towns
to escape the hustle and bustle of the city? Make use of car rental services in Prague to get you there.