Czech Republic City Breaks

Czech Republic City Breaks

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From the majestic Prague Castle to strolling along the banks of the Vltava River, Prague is a fantastic city break destination.

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Czechia's second largest city packs just as much punch as its bigger sister, a great option if you've already done Prague.


Getting to, from and around the Czech Republic

Reaching the Czech Republic is a straightforward affair, thanks to its central location in Europe. Major airlines offer direct flights to Prague from several cities around the world, making it an accessible starting point for your city break. Additionally, the country's integration into the European rail network means that arriving by train is not only possible but also a scenic and enjoyable option. For those preferring the open road, bus services and car hire options abound, offering flexibility for your travel itinerary.

Tour Operators

Tour operators specialising in city breaks to the Czech Republic can significantly enhance your experience and make the holiday much more enjoyable. Offering packages that range from luxury to budget-friendly, these operators like Jet2CityBreaks, easyJet Holidays and TUI provide flight and hotel packages from the UK. It's easy to add on curated tours that encompass the country's must-visit sites, hidden gems, and insider experiences. Whether you're looking for a guided tour of Prague's historic centre, a gastronomic exploration, or a bespoke adventure across multiple cities, there's an operator ready to make your Czech journey unforgettable.

Prague City Breaks

Prague, the capital city, often dubbed as the 'City of a Hundred Spires', is the jewel in the crown of Czechia city breaks. Its stunning architecture, from Romanesque chapels and cellars to Gothic cathedrals, Renaissance palaces, and Baroque gardens, offers a backdrop for a myriad of activities. The city's heart, the historic Old Town and Old Town Square, is a UNESCO World Heritage site, where the Astronomical Clock, Charles Bridge, and the Prague Castle await to tell their centuries-old stories.

Prague's allure isn't just in its historic fabric; the city pulses with a vibrant contemporary culture, lively nightlife, and a thriving arts scene. Whether you're enjoying a river cruise on the Vltava, savouring Czech cuisine in a traditional pub, or exploring the city's modern art installations, a Prague city break ensures your trip will be filled with enchanting experiences.

Other Cities In Czechia

Beyond city breaks to Prague, the Czech Republic is dotted with cities each offering a unique allure. Brno, the country's second-largest city, invites with its modernist architecture, buzzing cultural scene, and proximity to the Moravian Karst, a geological marvel. Cesky Krumlov, a fairy-tale town with its winding streets, towering castle, and the serene Vltava river, offers a step back in time. Olomouc, known for its baroque fountains, the Holy Trinity Column (a UNESCO World Heritage site), and vibrant university life, provides a blend of history and youthful energy.

Types Of Break

The Czech Republic caters to a wide array of interests and preferences when it comes to city breaks. For history enthusiasts, the country's castles, battlefields, and museums offer deep dives into European and world history. Art and culture lovers will find their haven in the numerous galleries, theatres, and music venues that dot the cities. Culinary tours through Czechia's cities reveal a rich gastronomic heritage, offering everything from Michelin-starred dining to hearty street food.

For those seeking a more relaxed pace, the country's spa towns, such as Karlovy Vary and Marianske Lazne, offer therapeutic escapes amidst stunning architectural settings. Meanwhile, adventure seekers can engage in hiking, cycling, or skiing in the scenic landscapes that surround many Czech cities.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Avoid the tourists in the summer and enjoy the cities in late Spring or early Autumn.

Prague is arguably the most beautiful city in Czechia, however, other parts of the country are also very pretty.

Prague is the ideal place for a city break in the Czech Republic but if you've been before, love the country and want to try somewhere else, take a look at options like Brno.

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