Book a luxury holiday to the Czech Republic and enjoy a break in this increasingly popular country. Famous for its Gothic architecture, and multiple grand designs, it’s no surprise that with the largest density of castles in the whole of Europe - over 2,000 dotted about the country - and with both new and old, strange and detailed (Kutna Hora hosts the famous Sedlec Ossuary, eerily charming and worth a visit) the Czech Republic really does spoil you for choice with its architecture.

With a reputation for brewing beer, it may surprise you to know that the Czech Republic is also a prime producer of wine, particularly in the Moravia region which, unlike Prague and the rest of the Czech Republic, is dominated by vineyards and a warmer climate. The food scene is rapidly becoming recognised amongst the finer cuisine critics, and Prague is now home to more Michelin starred restaurants than ever before, serving up local traditions with a high end twist. Prague is the most popular holiday destination for overseas travellers.  We have a spectacular luxury apartment in Prague located on the banks of the Vltava River.

With unique cultural and historical sites, great wine and beer, fabulous food and Europe’s largest choice of castles, it’s difficult to find a reason not to visit the Czech Republic.

As well as the scenic castles, holidays to the Czech Republic feature several outstanding city break destinations. Holidays to Prague are popular. Bisected by the Vltava River, Prague is well known for the UNESCO listed Old Town Square which is always a hit with visitors.

If you are looking for a luxury Czech Republic holiday get in touch with our travel team for more information and bookings.

  • Explore beyond the city


    Take a day trip outside of the city to explore the surrounding areas.

    Wander the narrow streets of Kutna Hora, a medieval city found an hour outside of Prague. It is richly decorated due to the vast wealth generated by its silver mines.

    Also venture to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Cesky Krumlov. This attractive rural town is home to grand period houses, the river Vlatava and a 13th century castle.

  • Prague Castle Complex


    Dating from the 9th century, the Prague castle complex is the official office of the President of the Czech Republic.

    Perhaps the most well-known historic building in the complex is St. Vitus Cathedral. This gothic structure stands tall and dominates the grounds.   

    Classical concerts are often held in St. George’s Basilica. Here you can enjoy the works of Vivaldi, Handel, Shubert and many others whilst sat in the oldest church in the complex.

  • Visit the Churches


    Known as ‘The City of a Thousand Spires’ Prague has plenty of beautiful churches to visit.

    St. Martin in the Wall Church is beautifully preserved and found in the winding back streets of the Old Town. Also found in the area is St. Jilji Church, a larger and high-ceilinged building that has a regular programme of classical music concerts.     

    An amazing example of flamboyant baroque architecture is St. Nicholas Church Lesser Town Square. This is the largest church in Prague, and visitors can climb the tower to have beautiful views over the city.

  • Enjoy the Theatres


    Prague has an array of different styles of theatres to experience. For the more traditional performance, you can visit the National Theatre. This 19th century stage helps maintain the Czech language in dramatic arts.

    For a production closer to the style of Cirque du Soleil, Laterna Magika theatre is globally unique in that it uses an interesting mix of film and live action for its performances.

    The Prague Black Light Theatre uses illusions and altered reality in order to transform the art of mime and modern dance.

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Prague has a moderately continental climate, with cold winters, in which the temperature is often below freezing, and pleasantly warm summers, reaching over 20 degrees C from June to August. Read More

Prague has a moderately continental climate, with cold winters, in which the temperature is often below freezing, and pleasantly warm summers, reaching over 20 degrees C from June to August. The best time to visit runs between May to September, as this is when its warm and relatively dry - perfect for exploration around the city.

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