There will never be a shortage of happenings and Prague events, but when looking for a winter vacation, look no further than Prague. From award-winning hotels in Prague to full-package Prague holidays with all the perks, you can be sure you will find it. Prague events in the month of February are guaranteed to please everyone who attends.
If you are planning a trip to Prague in February, it really is a great time of year to check out the city. First, it is not going to be as taken over by tourists due to the colder weather, so you can see more of the sights and sounds without all of the crowds. Continue reading Travel tips for visiting Prague in February
There are very rare chances of you not feeling like staying in this beautiful city forever once you visit the city! The reason…? The beauty of the city, its culture and heritage, warm and welcoming people and more importantly, tranquil and cozy atmosphere! Even if you go back home, the city somehow lingers in your mind…!
If a typical tourist period, i.e. 10 to 15 days at the most, is not enough for you to get real glimpses of Prague, then consider working here. If you really want to make Prague your home, then go for it! The city has wonderful options to make a living here, for those who want to lead a peaceful life. Continue reading Once in Prague, Forever in Prague!
Scenic city of Prague has abundant camping sites. This is an ideal place for die-hard nature-lovers, ardent campers. Campsites in Prague offer affordable accommodations for those who enjoy the being close to nature.
Some campsites in Prague such as Aritma Dzban, Kotva Branik and Prazacka are located approximately at 20 minutes away from the heart of the city, while some are in close proximity of Troja – the place well connected to the city centre by public transport. Continue reading Camping in Prague
Prague, a city famous as cultural hub in central Europe has multitude of attractions for you including ancient castles, museums, theaters and galleries. City’s culture proudly nurtures its cultural heritage including operas, dance forms and a long literary history as well. Continue reading Prague Sidetrips
Prague, the capital of Czech Republic is also famous as ‘fairytale city’. The cobbled stone streets, steeples of ancient castles, churches, cathedrals and houses with red roof tops create fairytale like atmosphere while lush gardens, green hilltops and beautiful bridges over graceful rivers flowing through the city increase its beauty.
Here are some wonderful treasures of Prague you should not miss visiting while you are in this charming central European city. Continue reading Treasures of Prague – the Central European City
Prague, capital of Czech Republic and one of the most beautiful cities in Europe has nurtured gifts of nature with great care. Green spaces are the proofs of this!
While roaming around the city, look for the signs that read ‘Sady’ as it means ‘gardens’ in English. Here are some the most beautiful and famous gardens of Prague: Continue reading Gardens of Prague
Though the red rooftops, beautiful bridges over rivers gracefully flowing through the city, lush green hilltops and rich history, art and architecture are Prague’s top crowd-pullers, there is more why the city is preferred by those who like to travel alone! Continue reading 3 Reasons Why Prague is Famous among Solo Travelers
St Wenceslas Chapel of St Vitus Cathedral, a masterpiece of art and intricacy, is a gem of Gothic architecture in Prague. Continue reading St. Wenceslas Chapel
Visit Prague to see the centuries’ old castles, cathedrals and other ancient attractions. Today, though the conveniences and lifestyle have changed, the city as a whole especially the streets remain the same. Continue reading To Prague Castle by Foot