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Wherever you look in Prague you’ll find an architectural wonder. Romanesque chapels and cellars stand gracefully alongside magnificent Gothic cathedrals and Baroque palaces. Art Nouveau buildings and unique Cubist architecture make this a standout city with buildings you won’t find anywhere else in the world. Whether you enjoy rousing classical performances or like to go clubbing ‘til dawn, Prague is ‘the city’ to satisfy musical tastes, as nicely as it does visual tastes. It’s also a great place to enjoy good beer. Prague has hundreds of bars and restaurants catering for all budgets and palates and most are housed in beautifully unique historic buildings. If you’re looking some time away from it all, you won’t be bored for a single second in Prague.
Work is done for the week and now the real fun begins. Grab your bag, print your e-ticket and make sure you've got your passport on you because here we go! Make sure you get to the departure point (on your e-ticket) at least half an hour early and meet our expert staff who will check you and your group on to the coach before setting off. To make the journey fly-by we recommend bringing along some of your favourite DVDs, your comfiest pillow and maybe a blanket too. Stops will be made along the way; but whilst you're travelling you might as well make the most of it!
Being located over in Eastern Europe, Prague takes a little while longer to get to than some of our other popular destinations by coach; all of our drivers though like to look after our guests and will make sure that you stop for an hour in the morning en-route so that you can freshen-up with a shower and grab a bite to eat before reaching Prague in the early afternoon.
Welcome to Prague - The ancient capital of Bohemia and one of the top 5 most visited cities in Europe. Our Rep team will get you checked straight into your accommodation upon arrival so that you have the rest of the afternoon to explore this historic city. Please your hunger pains after your journey by heading over the Old Town in the North East of the City and visit Bakeshop Praha; it's range of sandwiches, muffins, cakes, toasties and pies are a hit with the locals.
Your first night in Prague, we're going to take you to the only place in town worth visiting for a night out. The Karzoly Lazne is Prague's largest super-club. We've known the owners for a while and secure free entry for all of our groups to this clubbing mecca. It has 5 floors with enough music options to satisfy any party-goer.
The morning after the night before. Following a night in the Lazne we're not expecting many people to be up in time to make it to Prague Castle, it offers priceless views back across the city and is the best place to watch the sun ascend in the morning. For anyone doesn't fancy an early start - get to the breakfast bar before 10am to fill your boots with a wide range of continental breakfast treats and fresh fruit.
If you're short of ideas for things to do this afternoon, some of our favourites include spending an afternoon wandering the Rose Gardens of Petrin Hill, you can also grab some great panoramics from the Strahov Monestery from this perch above the city. For a bite of local cuisince, visit U Houdku in Zizkov. They do big portions for small prices, try Ribs and Schnitzel, they don't disappoint. If you have booked on to the City Sightseeing Tour for today then make sure you listen out to the Rep who will let you know the plan.
If Prague is recongised for one thing; it's the beer. Some of the greatest pilsners, pale ales and Amber ales have all originated in this great city. So it would be wrong for us not to offer a beer and brewery tour! This 2 hour tour visits microbrewerys and traditional Czech pubs and includes free beers on the tour as well as additional samples. If you haven't bought your ticket to this online, ask the Rep and they will be able to arrange it for you.
For the early risers, that want to make the most of the last day, we offer a Bright & Early Breakfast Tour of Prague. This breathtaking tour lets you enjoy your favourite spots without the hussle and bussle of tourists or commuters. It stops at landmarks like the Charles Bridge, the Astronomical Clock and culminates with a coffee and cake at the Cafe Louvre. This is great for a small group of friends looking to experience something unforgettable.
Remember, tomorrow morning we're leaving bright and early so we suggest you pack and are ready to leave the night before.. Simply because tonight is the ClockTower Bar Crawl. Our friends in the Czech capital have been running this tour for years and they offer free drinks for the first hour, then free drinks in every bar on the rest of the crawl
If you didn't over indulge in Pilsners and Pale Ales you'll be up bright and early to make the most of your last full day in Czech capital! Why not book on to the Bike Tour? It starts at 12pm this afternoon and the group are meeting in the reception; you can buy your tickets in advance from the Rep.
It's time to get checked-out! Make sure you have gathered all your belongings and have your passport in your hand-luggage as it will be checked at customs. Hand your keys in to the Outgoing rep that will be downstairs in the reception area and then make your way to the pick-up point.
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The brick walls that line the Czech Inn, coupled with it's cozy linens, plush pillows and friendly backpacker atmosphere are some of the reasons that awarded it the accolade of being voted one of the Worlds Best Hostels; as well as one of our favourites too!
It features an all-you-can-eat breakfast every day until noon, so you get your well deserved lie in and breakfast! The fact that it's centred slap-bang in the middle of Prague is a bonus.
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Sat on the inside meander of the Vltava that cuts through Prague, Sir Toby's is ideal for when you want to start your day with a boat tour or head to the Old Town. It has a comfy lounge area, bar and garden area that is always inundated with people queuing up for the BBQ in the summertime.
Room sizes vary; this friendly hostel is not adverse to English student groups however and was the starting point for a series of youth accommodaton across the city.
The clue’s in the title. Where else in the world could you find a bigger, better bar crawl than the sassiest streets in Europe? Maybe don’t tell Gran about this night out eh? (£15pp)
See all of Amsterdam’s greatest hits and short-cut through some its smallest streets at your own pace. A great way to blow away some of the cobwebs from the night before. (£15pp)
Outgoing can provide insurance policies at 3 levels offering you comprehensive cover regardless of your budget. The policy provides a 24 hour telephone service with English speaking advisors.