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Prague Information

About Prague

The capital city of the Czech Republic, Prague is a traveler’s dream vacation. Throughout its 1,100-years, Prague has been an important city in central Europe. The city flourished during the Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque eras and many architectural structures survived the destruction of 20-century Europe. In 1992, Prague was officially named a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Prague sits on the Vltava river in the center of the Bohemian Basin. It houses about 1.2 million residents, with 14% of that population being foreigners. It has consistently ranked in the top 10 places for tourists to visit, whether they come for the culture, history, or the romance. Whatever the reason, Prague has drawn travelers in for centuries and continues to do so today.

Things to do in Prague

While not known for having a plethora of wineries, Prague has a total of 6 beautiful vineyards offering more than just wine. For a fantastic panoramic view of the city, stop by St. Clare’s Vineyard. To get there, purchase a ticket to the Prague Botanical Garden and take the trail that leads through the vineyard and into a vineyard lodge. Here, you can sample and buy the local wine while enjoying a beautiful view of the city below. Every September, a vintage takes place at St. Clare’s, which includes a tastings of sparkling wine and an exhibition of grapes.

Perhaps the most visited attraction in Prague is the Prague Castle. It ranks as the largest castle in the world, and the good news is you can explore inside of it! Walk through the courtyard, palaces, and museums for a spectacular trip through time. The St. Vitus Cathedral is the most prominent feature of the Castle, with its stained-glass windows, tombs of patron saints, and a main tower that you can climb to get another fantastic view of the city below.

The architecture in Prague is iconic. Travelers can marvel at the Romanesque Basilica of St. George, the Gothic Charles Bridge, and the famous Prague Astronomical Clock. Stop by cafes along the way and sit and enjoy an espresso while you take in the beauty of the city Muj salek kavy is a favorite, and the baristas and waiters are happy to help you sort through the collection of many different types of beans. If you still can’t decide, just get their tasting sampler of three different roasts!

Day Trips from Prague

Surrounding Prague on all sides is Central Bohemia, a region where rivers run through deep valleys and dense forests. Located just an hour outside Prague, Kutna Hora houses the Cathedral of St. Barbara and the Cathedral of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, both of which are listed on the UNESCO world heritage list. The Lousen Chateau can be visited year-round and is a romantic park with exotic trees, labyrinths, and mazes. With a total of 11 different labyrinths and mazes mapped out by the renowned Adrian Fisher, you can be sure to have an adventure in this park.

Transportation in Prague

Prague can be reached via the Vaclav Havel Airport in Prague. To get to the capital city’s center from the airport, take the Aeroport Express Bus. Tickets for this short, 25-minute ride can be purchased from the driver directly. You can also hire a taxi or private car if you’re not interested in taking public transit.

Prague offers many options for transportation within the city. Taking trams, buses, metro trains, and cable cars are among the choices travelers can make. Among these transportation options, different tickets can be purchased depending on how long you intend to stay in Prague. Get a ticket that suits your stay best!

Prague Accommodations

Tripping.com offers thousands of vacation rentals throughout Prague. If you’re a history buff, choose a rental near Old Town and explore the many cultural sites. For traveling college students, dormitory options are cheap and reliable. Stay near the St. Clare’s Vineyard for a chance to stay within a 10-minute walk to the center of Prague but be just far enough way to enjoy the quiet and romance of the natural surroundings.

Restaurants and cafes in Prague offer some of the best Eastern European foods in Europe. Visit Den Noc for breakfast pancakes, rumored to be out of this world, or for a glass of local wine and dinner. For vegetarian options, Lehka hlava has a vast selection of items for non-meat eaters. Shopping in Prague offers visitors kitschy, handmade, and even international items. With this collection of offerings, tourists usually find exactly what they need.

Weather in Prague

Hi: 34°
Lo: 24°
January
Hi: 36°
Lo: 25°
February
Hi: 46°
Lo: 32°
March
Hi: 54°
Lo: 36°
April
Hi: 64°
Lo: 45°
May
Hi: 69°
Lo: 51°
June
Hi: 72°
Lo: 54°
July
Hi: 73°
Lo: 53°
August
Hi: 65°
Lo: 48°
September
Hi: 54°
Lo: 39°
October
Hi: 41°
Lo: 32°
November
Hi: 36°
Lo: 28°
December

Vacation Rentals in Prague

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For travelers planning for an extended stay, long-term lodging and corporate rentals only cost an average of $2481 a month. Save hundreds with affordable vacation rentals on Tripping.com and, in many cases, book directly online so you’re all set to go. Prague has 6675 gorgeous homes with 2013 pet-friendly rentals to choose from, perfect for your dog or cat. Check out our vacation rental listings now to get the latest deals, and book the right vacation home rental for you and the whole family. Feel at home wherever you are and experience an unforgettable vacation with Tripping.com.

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