There's so much to do on holidays in Prague that the biggest challenge is packing it all in. Whether you want to soak up the sights of the city's world-renowned architecture or sample its lively nightlife, this cultural hotspot is sure to provide exactly what you are looking for.
It's not hard to see why Prague holidays have grown in popularity so much over the past decade. A city filled with hidden wonders and breath-taking sights, the capital of the Czech Republic is well knownfor its cultural pursuits and ever-changing scenery.
As the cultural hub of the country, the city features a stunning array of impressive buildings. The Rudolfinum not only looks striking, with its gothic turrets and immense size, but has also been home to the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra since 1946. The building also houses the GalerieRudolfinum, home to thought-provoking contemporary art exhibitions.
During your holiday in Prague you might also want to visit the National Museum to bask in millions of years' worth of history. Housing collections across botany, zoology, archaeology and more, the vast size of the building means that you could easily enjoy yourself within the walls of the museum for an entire day.
Other places of note include Tyn Church, which towers an unbelievable 80m above the city and features impressive Gothic architecture, easily standing out from the surrounding landscape in Old Town Square.
If you're looking for family entertainment whilst on your holiday in Prague you should consider visiting Prague Zoo. Ratedamong the best zoos in the world by Forbes Traveller Magazine,this fun-filled animal attraction contains something for all the family. The perfect spot for a picnic or an afternoon stroll, the zoo also hosts concerts from time to time, so it's worth checking local listings to see what's going on.
After a busy day of sightseeing, lounge bar Cloud 9 is the perfect place to unwind. Towering high above the city, the bar offers stunning views of the central Vltava River and the city rooftops. Foodies taking a Prague holiday will also find much to enjoy among the city's delicatessens and patisseries, with many having long established ties to the city. Deli Jan Paukert has nearly 100 years of experience of making the 'Little Bread' – their own open sandwich invention with any choice of filling.
Why not enjoy a cultural feast of your own by planning a holiday to Prague today?