Flights to Prague (PRG)

Flights to Prague let you behold exquisite beauty without entering a single attraction – the architecture and breath-taking views enchant every visitor.

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Prague has been through many incarnations: a historic town that grew up in the Middle Ages, a city struggling under Communist rule, and a cheap party spot for international visitors who planned to come for a week and ended up staying for years. These days, catching a flight to Prague means visiting a cosmopolitan city that’s evolved beyond any of these.

Modern Prague is inventive, creative and more high-end than ever – although it’s still great value. There are trendy cafes everywhere, world-class nightlife venues have taken over former nuclear bunkers, the restaurant scene has improved beyond measure and luxury hotels are everywhere you turn.

Then there is the Prague’s beauty, which can be seen without entering a single tourist attraction. It’s the gorgeous architecture, elegant spires and romantic bridges that have made it famous – and the reason why the city is best explored on foot. Spend your days wandering the cobblestone streets, exploring out-of-the-way churches, strolling along the Charles Bridge and checking out the view, before spending an afternoon in District 7.

Once a weather-beaten meatpacking district, in recent years the area has morphed into an artsy neighbourhood with galleries (such as the fabulous DOX Centre for Contemporary Art) and cafes. To learn of Prague’s history, take a trip to some of the city’s most important landmarks, such as the incredible Prague Castle.

Spend evenings exploring the city’s new restaurants, which are turning Czech cuisine, formerly known for hearty dumplings and meat-heavy dishes, into something lighter, more refined and much more innovative. Once you’ve had your fill, take yourself to Žižkov, Prague’s nightlife neighbourhood, home to more than 300 venues. It’s down-to-earth, friendly and lively.

So where to stay? The best hotels in Prague are also some of the newest, emphasising great design, daring architecture and modern amenities. Most of these are independent, although the chain hotels are also present and are all of a good standard. Whether you’re focused on historic Prague, or its modern dining and nightlife scene, you’ll find a city that’s surprising in many ways.

The unexpected, whether it’s a centuries-old bar tucked away in a basement, or a sculpted gargoyle leering down at you from a roof, is all part of Prague’s charm. Welcome to Bohemia.

Visit Veletržní Palác at the Prague National Gallery

The modern art portion of the Prague National Gallery is home to work by Picasso, Klimt, Van Gogh and a host of Czech artists who worked in the abstract, cubist and surrealist schools – the second group is just as impressive as the first. Take note of the special exhibits here, as they can be truly extraordinary.

47 Dukelských Hrdinů
Prague 7 - Holešovice
+420 2 2430 1111

Watch the sunrise from Charles Bridge

This is more than just an ordinary bridge – it’s a symbol of the city. With 16 arches and glorious views of the sunrise if you get up early enough, the Charles (so called because it was commissioned in 1357 by King Charles IV), connects the Mala Strana with the Old Town.

Karlův most
Praha 1

Make time to see the Astronomical Clock

The Old Town Square is one of Prague’s most visited places, and the Astronomical Clock is the star of the show. It’s been working nearly non-stop since the 15th century, and it opens on the hour (from 8am to 8pm) to display statuettes of medieval saints.

1 Staroměstské náměstí
Praha 1
+420 236 002 629

Explore Prague Castle

Prague Castle is worth an afternoon at the very least – it’s the biggest ancient castle in the world and has been renovated and fixed up over the course of 1,300 years. The cathedral, churches, gardens, tombs and royal homes that make up the complex are all fascinating.

Department of Tourism
Pražský hrad
Praha 1
+420 2 2437 3368

Browse the art at DOX Centre for Contemporary Art

DOX opened in 2008 and is a leading centre for the arts in Prague, putting on clever and occasionally controversial exhibitions. It’s located in District 7, which has become known as the city's arty area, and also houses a bookshop, cafe and design shop that’s great for picking up locally-made gifts.

1 Poupětova
Praha 7
+420 295 568 123

U Medvidku (Czech)

In the Staré Mesto neighbourhood you’ll find Hotel U Medvidku, home to a traditional Prague pub that serves up some seriously filling Czech food. Steamed dumplings made from bread or potato are a specialty here – add some sauerkraut if you’re attempting to be even a little bit healthy.

Na Perštýně 345/7
Praha 1
Staré Město
+420 2 2421 1916

Restaurant U Maltezskych Rytiru (Czech)

Go for the meat at this basement restaurant, with its romantic gothic vaults and menu of venison, roast duck and steak. Add some candlelight and live music from the piano, and you have all the trappings necessary for a romantic Czech evening.

297/ 10 Prokopská
Praha-Malá Strana
+420 774 742 999

La Degustation (Czech)

Tasting menus of traditional Bohemian food are the order of the day at this chic restaurant. Even though the recipes come from a 19th century cookbook, they’ve been updated and made lighter and more modern, like the tomato meringue with balsamic vinegar and honey. Allow several hours for the seven courses.

753/18 Haštalská
Praha 1
+420 2 2231 1234

Kidó (Vegetarian)

A beautiful little bistro in trendy District 7 with a menu of great vegetarian food (not that easy to find in Prague), Kidó does breakfast, lunch and dinner, along with great baked goods, for very reasonable prices. You can shop for fabrics and ceramics here, too.

22 Šmeralova
Praha 7
+420 2 3332 0426

Bistro 8 (Cafe)

With just a handful of seats, a chalkboard menu, a great selection of homemade food like soup and vegetable tarts, and high-quality coffee, Bistro 8 is a cute and welcoming place to stop for lunch. Don’t forget to add on some strudel or banana bread for dessert.

1410/8 Veverkova
+420 6 0660 8753

Alchymist Grand Hotel & Spa

Splash out on a night at the Alchymist. It looks like it came straight out of a fairy tale, with its baroque fixtures and furnishings that run the gamut from crystal to velvet and back again. All the details here are a bit over-the-top, but that’s part of the fun, and the quality is undeniable.

19 Tržiště
Praha 1
+420 2 5728 6011

U Tri Pstrosu

This is a small, central hotel with just 18 simple rooms and three apartments that sits at the foot of the Charles Bridge and is close to all the main tourist attractions. The house dates back to the 16th century and it’s been beautifully restored. It's good value for money too.

Dražického náměstí 76/12
118 00
Praha-Malá Strana
+420 7 7787 6667

Hotel Orion

Most of the spacious rooms at the Orion have their own kitchens, which is great if you're travelling on a budget. It’s in Královské Vinohrady, a posh part of the city, and it has its own Finnish sauna to warm up guests on those cold winter nights. Free Wi-Fi, a quiet and leafy residential neighbourhood, and comfy rooms make this good value.

Americká 361/9
120 00
Praha 2-Vinohrady
+420 2 2252 1706

Hostel Prague Tyn

Very central and inexpensive, this hostel is just 200 meters from the Old Town Square, but it’s on a quiet little street. Decorated in bright colours and with simple dorms and private rooms, this hidden gem in Prague makes a good base. Wi-Fi, breakfast and towels are all included in the price of a bed.

Týnská 1053/19
Praha 1
+420 2 2480 8301

Design Hotel Josef

Eva Jiřičná designed this steel and glass hotel, which has won architecture awards for its minimalist, modern style. The use of bold colours is a signature of the rooms, as are glass panels and Nespresso machines. There’s a massive garden where guests can soak up the sunshine. This hotel looks more expensive than it is.

Rybná 693/20
110 00 Praha 1
Staré Město
+420 2 2170 0111


The luxurious Aria is music-themed: each floor has a genre, like classical or jazz, and the 52 rooms are dedicated to famous musicians. Once a printing house, the building has been updated with skylights and design accents, and the cool Coda restaurant is one of the city’s top tables.

Tržiště 368/9
118 00
Praha-Malá Strana
+420 2 2533 4111

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