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The capital city of the Czech Republic, Prague has much to attract visitors of all types. Not only is it home to over one and a quarter million people, but its ‘Bohemian’ atmosphere, the beauty of its medieval architecture, its historical significance, its beer and its nightlife make it a great destination for history buffs and fun-lovers alike.
With cathedrals, church domes, gold-tipped spires, a 9th century castle and the iconic Charles Bridge over the Vltava River, it’s no wonder that Prague is renowned for being one of Europe’s most charming and beautiful cities and that it’s visited by millions of tourists every year.
Getting from Václav Havel Airport couldn’t be easier when you book your airport transfers with RentABus in Prague. Our comfortable shuttle buses will be on hand to take you from the airport to your accommodation in comfort.
Whether you choose to stay in one of the hundreds of Prague hotels or you’re booked into a guest house or apartment, we’ll get you there in the quickest possible time.
One ‘must-do’ for any visitor to Prague is to stroll across Charles Bridge. However, to catch it in all its atmospheric glory you’ll have to get there by dawn. Wait any later and it becomes packed with buskers, hawkers, and tourists who come to take in the vibrant atmosphere and see the baroque statues that line the parapets.
At 570 metres long and an average of 128 metres wide, Prague Castle is the largest ancient castle in the world. Covering an area that’s larger than seven football pitches, it’s also the city’s most popular attraction, and a visit to this ‘fairy-tale’ fortress should be on the agenda for any tourist.
If you love to wander around ancient streets and alleyways, you’ll be in your element in Prague. The World Heritage Listed Old Town is a maze of cobbled lanes, walled courtyards, the Old Town Hall and the odd cathedral or two.
The Old Town Square has been standing since the 10th century and plays host to buskers, al fresco concerts, Christmas and Easter markets and all kinds of political meetings. Walk a few blocks from the Old Town and you’ll find ancient chapels, quirky cafes, old-fashioned drinking establishments and secret gardens.
While you may not find art from the usual European artists in Prague’s art museums, Bohemian art has an allure all of its own. You’ll find a wonderful collection of 20th century art in the Veletržní Palác, plus many fine examples of Gothic art in the city’s churches, including the altarpieces in the Convent of St Agnes.
Other places of interest include the Prague Jewish Museum, St Vitus Cathedral with its chapel of St Wenceslas, Strahov Monastery and Prague City Museum and, if you’re looking for something a little more up to date, don’t miss a visit to the National Technical Museum, with its exhibits of historic planes, trains, automobiles, and displays of photography, printing and astronomy.
If you’re only in Prague for a few days and you want to make the most of your trip, contact RentABus.com who can organise a variety of Prague sightseeing tours complete with a knowledgeable guide.
It’s no wonder that Prague has become a magnet for people wanting to spend the last few nights of their single life exploring all this vibrant city has to offer with their friends.
For starters, Prague is well known for having some of the world’s best beer. From world famous names such as Budvar, to regional offerings from microbreweries, if you love beer, you’ll be in brewery heaven here.
However, there’s also much to tempt the more refined traveller; there’s fine dining, music concerts, jazz and blues clubs, the Prague Shakespeare company and numerous classical music and dance festivals throughout the year.
Whatever your entertainment preferences, as one of the most reliable coach and minibus rental companies in Prague, we’ll help you to get home safely. We also specialise in group travel so get in touch to find out more.