Though Prague is stunning in winter, the city comes alive during the warmer months. Think arts, music, food, family fun and more. Read our programme of events here.
Only got 24 hours in Prague? Here’s how to cram all the city’s top sights into one fabulous day.
With a colourful calendar packed with festivals and attractions, the bohemian Czech capital welcomes the season with a number of exciting events in Prague!
Beautiful, challenging and unforgettable. There’s good reason why solo travel in Prague has become so increasingly more and more popular
Soak up the city’s history with a stroll round the Old Town Square, St Nicholas Church, The Clementium and more. There’s some impressive shopping to be found, too.
Warm and cosy in the winter, these quaint drinking holes keep the cold out with a selection of soul-warming beverages, and a variety of spots to choose from.
From stunning palaces to winding gardens, ancient cathedrals and impressive art galleries, here’s what to look out for in the Prague Castle Complex.
Known for its seductive muses, ornate flowers, sharp lines and distinctive features, Art Nouveau is recognised and loved – even a century on from its heyday.
Avoid tourist traps and head out to the restaurants that matter along the gorgeous banks of the Vltava River. Here are our favourites.
With its numerous art galleries, cocktails served in jam jars, and vintage boutiques; Holešovice is what may be described as Prague’s...
Dessert is a big deal in the Czech Republic, and this is further accentuated by the fact that dinner is absolutely never complete...
From cosy cocktail bars to historic walks, the Czech Capital is brimming with opportunities to relight the old spark – here’s all you need to know about getting Romantic in Prague.