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Occidental Praha Wilson 5* —
Your Board Basis
This offer is based on a Bed and Breakfast stay.Begin your day with an ample breakfast buffet, full of International favourites and local delicacies.
Prague by bus - 1 day
Explore the beautiful city of Prague with a convenient hop-on, hop-off bus pass. Discover the best of Prague with a 24 hour city pass that offers unlimited access to a hop-on, hop-off sightseeing bus, with three scenic routes to choose from. This bus will visit Prague Castle, Petrin Hill, the Toy Museum, and the Saint Vitus Cathedral along with a range of other well-known landmarks. You will also learn more about this regal city with an on-board multilingual audio guide.
There are multilingual audio guides on double decker buses only. On covered buses, there will be an English speaking guide.
Prague Card: Museums & Discounts - 3 days
Discover the best of Prague with this 72-hour city pass which includes access to a range of museums and attractions, free public transport, airport transfer, and up to 50% off on attractions, monuments, excursions, shows, and restaurants throughout the city.
This pass provides visitors with access to museums, monuments, and tourist activities only once.
Temporary exhibitions are not always included.
Transfers are only included for the duration of the pass.
Guided walking tour of Prague with a lunch & river cruise
Discover the historic centre of Prague on foot with a knowledgeable local guide. After this fascinating walking tour, you will then enjoy a wholesome lunch at a local brewery followed by a tram ride and a scenic cruise along the Vltava.
Valid every day
Depart at the Place de la République
Lunch included (main course, dessert, drink, coffee or tea)
Your Destination —
A strong contender for the title of Europe’s most beautiful city, Prague ‘the City of a Thousand Spires’, is as charming as it is picturesque. Filled with gold-tipped towers, cathedrals, bridges, and church domes, this magical little city was once the home of the Holy Roman Emperor and the Habsburg monarchy, and by walking through its cobbled streets, it’s easy to feel transported back to its royal roots.
Take a wander through Prague’s magnificent Old Town - a UNESCO World Heritage Site - stopping to see the city’s famed astronomical clock, 9th-century castle, and the grand Charles Bridge, complete with its 16 arches and 30 Baroque statues.
For more glamour, head to the Strahov Library, which is housed inside a 12th-century abbey, and is often named one of the most beautiful in the world. On the eastern side of the Vltava river, you’ll find U Medvídků, one of the largest beer halls in Prague, and the historic Jewish quarter (Josefov). While wandering the city streets, make sure to pick up some authentic Czech biscuits from one of the many bakeries, or a freshly-made chimney cake - a real Central European delicacy.