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Prague

Prague is equally spectacular as Paris in terms of beauty but it can boast of the best beer in the world (well, we think so!). The art galleries have an array of Bohemian explorations to admire, from the Gothic altarpieces in the Convent of St Agnes, to the art nouveau of Alfons Mucha, and the magnificent collection of 20th-century surrealists, cubists and constructivists. If you have an interest in art – you’ll love the place. The weird and witty sculpture of David Černý can be seen public spaces, and the city itself offers a such a range of stunning architecture that it leaves the jaw dropped for most of the time. The reason it’s a great place for a family celebration is the variety of things that you can do here. It’s easy to stumble across ancient chapels, unexpected gardens, cute cafes and old-fashioned bars with hardly a tourist in sight. We’ve kept this trip short, but you can extend Prague for weeks if you like – there’s enough to do.

Day 1:

Arrive in Prague and check-in at one of the most charming hotels, hand-picked by our team. You can keep the day to get your bearings by doing a guided walk through the Old Town and also visit the iconic Charles Bridge. This is a great way to start your celebratory trip with friends or family.

Day 2:

Choose to pace out this day with walks in the Jewish Quarter, Lesser Town and visit the Prague Castle. Stop in the middle in charming cafes to take in the vibe of Prague. Evenings are for celebrations over dinner and drinks.

 

Day 3:

A private transfer takes you for a day Trip to Kutna Hora Bone Church, Karlštejn Castle and Karlovy Vary. You can also opt for the Saxon Switzerland National Park for a nature-filled day. Come back to town for your last evening in Prague.

 

Day 4:

Transfer to the airport for your flight back.

 

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