Petřín Lookout Tower, one of the most prominent landmarks of Prague, was built as part of the Jubilee Exhibition in 1891 as a loose copy inspired by the Eiffel Tower (at a ratio of 1:5). It is 63.5 metres high, and...
The Old town bridge is one of the most impressive Gothic structure in Prague also in the world! Emperor Charles IV had it build along with the bridge. As a gate leading to the Old Town of Prague Prague,...
One of the most Prague's popular destinatiom is Malastrana means.  The name Malá Strana translated into English literally means "Little Side", though it is frequently referred to as "Lesser Town", "Lesser Quarter", or "Lesser Side". Mala Strana name derives from its...
You can fly direct to Prague from all over Britain and Ireland, including from Bristol and Belfast, or from the likes of Dublin, Liverpool or Leeds. The most competitive airfares from Britain are with the budget airlines, though the...
Flight times from Australia and New Zealand to Prague are twenty hours or more, depending on routes and transfer times. There’s a wide variety of routes, with those touching down in southeast Asia the quickest and cheapest on average....
The cheapest way to get into town is onlocal bus #119 (daily 5am–midnight; every 15–20min; journey time 25min), which stops frequently and also ends its journey outside Dejvická metro station. How You can buy the Ticket? You can buy your ticket...
By air Prague’s Ruzyně airport (T220 113 314,W www.pragueairport.co.uk) is connected to the city by minibus, bus and taxi. The Cedaz (Wwww.cedaz.cz) shared minibus service will take you (and several others) to your hotel for around 480Kč. The minibus also...
Czech Airlines (ČSA) is the only airline to offer non-stop flights from North America to Prague. You’ll get a much wider choice of flights and ticket prices, though, if you opt for an indirect flight with one or two...
If there’s one thing every visitor would like to take home with them from Prague, it’s the public transport system. The metro – one of the few legacies of the Soviet period that the locals are truly grateful for –...
“ BEST USE OF A FORMER PUBLIC TOILET: 02 Bar in Nové Město.  BEST PLACE TO KISS: Below the ear. Just kidding – under the metronome in Letná Park. Runner-up: Petřín’s rose gardens.  BEST PLACE TO MEET CHARLES UNIVERSITY...