Prague, Czech Republic
Join the revolutionaries with a trip to one of Europe’s most naturally beautiful cities
Scene of grand imperial architecture, popular uprisings and, since the fall of the Berlin Wall, quite a few movies (including Mission Impossible). Have a Prague Spring and you’ll have a ball. Even in October.
|Time zone:||GMT +1 hour (GMT +2 hours in summer)|
|Flight Time:||2 hours 15|
|Holiday type:||City break|
|Weather:||Average maximum temperature: 7.6°C
Rainfall: 479.1mm a year
Don’t leave Prague without first paying homage to Wenceslas Square where tens of thousands jangled their keys together to call for their freedom back in 1989.
Must eat at:
Having struggled (and yearned) for culinary greatness, Prague has upped its game in recent years – and today you can have a truly great meal at Allegro, Maze (by Gordon Ramsay) or La Degustation... and a host of others.
Must be there for:
May and June sees one of Europe’s premier classical music festivals, come to town. The Prague Spring draws symphony and chamber orchestras and solo performers from around the world – not to mention opening and closing performances by the Prague Symphony Orchestra.
- Generations of composers were inspired, it seems, by the views from the VLTAVA River. Now - Although eminently walkable, Prague’s streets are notoriously cobbled and uneven... so if you intend to walk about, bring a pair of sturdy shoes or trainers and leave the high heels at home.
British citizens do not need a visa to visit the Czech Republic.
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