What is there to do for a couple in Prague?

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    Prague Grand City Sightseeing Tour

    Of all our sightseeing tours, this is quite simply the best! Experience a wonderful trip through the history of Prague, a city of rich, opulent beauty. Includes a visit to Prague Castle. Tour Duration: 3 hours.

    Adults: 890czk Students: 790czk Children: 690czk

    Prague Dinner River Cruise

    A sightseeing river cruise through the heart of Prague. As dusk descends, watch Prague Castle & Charles Bridge light up on the dark city skyline. Includes a hot buffet dinner and live entertainment. Tour Duration: 3 hours.

    Adults: 790czk Students: 790czk Children: 500czk

    Best of Prague Walking Tour

    A superb introduction to Prague: a fascinating journey through the sightseeing highlights of Prague, discovering the places, events and people that have shaped the city over the past 1000 years. Tour Duration: 4 hours.

    Adults: 450czk Students: 400czk Children: 400czk

    Prague by Night River Cruise & Sightseeing Tour

    The Prague by Night excursion combines our highly popular dinner river cruise with a short evening sightseeing tour of Prague, plus return transfers from your hotel. Tour Duration: 4 hours.

    Adults: 1350czk Students: 1350czk Children: 1100czk

    Traditional Czech Folk Night

    Very popular evening sightseeing excursion. The Traditional Czech Folk Night includes a delicious 3 course dinner, unlimited wine, live music and entertainment programme. Tour Duration: 3.5 hours.

    Adults: 1350czk Students: 1350czk Children: 1100czk

    Medieval Experience

    Visit a hunting lodge, take a brewery tour, then enjoy an evening of unrivalled medieval entertainment, including a hearty meal prepared over an open fire, with unlimited beer and wine.

    Tour Duration: 7.5 hours.

    Adults: 1750czk Students: 1750czk

    Konopiste & Karlstejn Castles Sightseeing Tour

    Konopiste & Karlstejn are the most famous castles around Prague. Our full day sightseeing excursion to Konopiste & Karlstejn Castles gives a fine impression of the power of the peoples living in this area of Central Europe in centuries past. Tour Duration: 8 hours.

    Adults: 1950czk Students: 1800czk Children: 1650czk

    Prague Pubs Walking Tour

    Come with us and enjoy the Prague Pubs Walking Tour, a gentle stroll around a few of Prague's best old pubs, often hidden away on side streets or in Romanesque cellars under the city. Food & drink and a few tall stories included! Tour Duration: 3 hours.

    Adults: 450czk Students: 400czk Children: 400czk

    Prague Medieval Mysteries & Ghosts Walking Tour

    Discover the legends of the 'magical capital' of Old Europe. Prague's narrow streets & ancient buildings conceal strange tales, captivating stories and mysterious messages. Tour Duration: 1.5 hours.

    Adults: 300czk Students: 250czk Children: 250czk

    Very popular evening sightseeing excursion. The Traditional Czech Folk Night includes a delicious 3 course dinner, unlimited wine, live music and entertainment programme. Tour Duration: 3.5 hours.

    Adults: 1350czk Students: 1350czk Children: 1100czk

    Medieval Experience

    Visit a hunting lodge, take a brewery tour, then enjoy an evening of unrivalled medieval entertainment, including a hearty meal prepared over an open fire, with unlimited beer and wine.

    Tour Duration: 7.5 hours.

    Adults: 1750czk Students: 1750czk

    Prague Dinner River Cruise

    A sightseeing river cruise through the heart of Prague. As dusk descends, watch Prague Castle & Charles Bridge light up on the dark city skyline. Includes a hot buffet dinner and live entertainment. Tour Duration: 3 hours.

    Adults: 790czk Students: 790czk Children: 500czk

    Traditional Czech Folk Night

    Very popular evening sightseeing excursion. The Traditional Czech Folk Night includes a delicious 3 course dinner, unlimited wine, live music and entertainment programme. Tour Duration: 3.5 hours.

    Adults: 1350czk Students: 1350czk Children: 1100czk

    Prague Pubs Walking Tour

    Come with us and enjoy the Prague Pubs Walking Tour, a gentle stroll around a few of Prague's best old pubs, often hidden away on side streets or in Romanesque cellars under the city. Food & drink and a few tall stories included! Tour Duration: 3 hours.

    Adults: 450czk Students: 400czk Children: 400czk

    Lavka Bar & Club

    Novotneho Lavka 1, Old Town, Prague 1

    On a cold winter nights, Lavka Bar & Club is a good spot for a drink and a dance. On a hot summer's evening though, Lavka is simply the best of Prague nightlife all rolled into one.

    Double Trouble Bar & Club

    Melantrichova 17, Old Town, Prague 1

    Set in a Gothic cellar Prague's Double Trouble is a small, but lively bar & club with plenty of atmosphere. A firm favourite on the Prague nightlife scene.

    La Fabrique Bar & Club

    Uhelny Trh 2, Old Town, Prague 1

    La Fabrique is one of Prague’s oldest and most well-known clubs. Upstairs is a great bar and in the cellar downstairs, there is a buzzing nightclub. It is a very popular place for both locals and foreigners to dance.

    Solid Uncertainty Bar & Club

    Pštrosova 21, New Town, Prague 1

    The fiery red walls and impressive circular bar in the centre of Solid Uncertainty make for a distinct first impression as you enter the club. It's a good one though and this relatively new addition to the Prague nightlife scene is destined to stick around.

    Duplex Dance Club & Café Bar

    Wenceslas Square 21, New Town, Prague 1

    By day, Duplex is a great place to grab a coffee and a snack. At night it’s transformed into one of Prague’s most exclusive nightclubs, with cool lighting and some of Prague’s best DJ's. As well as five bars and two chill-out areas, there’s a roof terrace with superb views of the city.

    Karlovy Lazne Dance Club

    Novotneho Lavka 5, Old Town, Prague 1

    One of the coolest places in Prague to hang out if you're into serious clubbing is Karlovy Lazne. Spread over four floors close to Charles Bridge, this is the biggest club in Central Europe.

    Stonx Dance Club

    Wenceslas Square 36, New Town, Prague 1

    A recent addition to Prague’s night scene, Stonx boasts the biggest dance floor in Prague and there is even a stage for you to show off your moves. Music spans all genres, from Hip-Hop to House. There are regular party nights and special offers to tempt you further.

    Lucerna Music Bar & Club

    Vodickova 36, New Town, Prague 1

    Lucerna hosts gigs of popular Czech bands during the week and is an 80s and 90s-themed nightclub at weekends. Hosts. The venue nor the music is particularly cutting-edge, but if you’re after a cheesy party night, this could be your place.

    Zlaty Strom Bar & Club

    Karlova 6, Old Town, Prague 1

    A different kind of nightlife! At Zlaty Strom, the illuminated dance floor tends to attract young Czech teens, while the all night girl show proves popular with visiting stag parties. A curious mixture, although it does seem to work.

    Roxy Dance Club

    Dlouha 33, Old Town, Prague 1

    Roxy is a popular nightclub that has attracted big name DJ's. Music spans all genres but tends to be a little heavier than other clubs in Prague. Drum ‘n’ Bass, Jungle and Techno often feature here.

    N11 Club

    Narodni 11, New Town, Prague 1

    N11 is a large modern club playing all styles of music. On Friday and Saturday nights they play largely Hip-Hop and R&B, making it a good alternative to other clubs in Prague.

    Prague tourism information:

    Prague is the "Jewel in the Crown" of Central Europe and tourism is a major force. This Prague tourism guide outlines the effect that tourism has on the city and contains useful information on both the layout of Prague and on the people who live here.

    Old Town Square in Prague Prague Tourism Information

    Prague, ancient capital of Charles IV's Bohemian Kingdom, has played a pivotal role in the development of Central Europe since the Middle Ages. An epic history has made Prague one of the most beautiful cities in the world and tourism is today a major force.

    Prague is not overrun by tourism, but it's effects are evident for all to see. Post-communism, much of the reconstruction and regeneration of Prague has been driven by tourism, as ancient buildings have been refurbished and transformed into stylish hotels and fine restaurants.

    Key Prague Tourism Information: in 1992 the entire historical centre of Prague, all 866 hectares, was listed in the UNESCO World Cultural & Natural Heritage Register.

    Prague 1, The City Centre - map of Prague

    Prague's city centre is made up of 4 districts, stretching across both banks of the Vltava River. 3 districts lie on one side of the river: the New Town (Nove Mesto) and Wenceslas Square; the Old Town (Stare Mesto) and the Old Town Square; and, the Jewish Quarter (Josefov). On the other side is the Lesser Quarter (Mala Strana) with Prague Castle towering high on the hill above. These 4 districts have a postcode of Prague 1.

    Several other districts are located close to the city centre: Hradcany (at the back of Prague Castle), Vynohrady, Smichov, Karlin, Holesovice and Vysehrad.

    Prague Castle

    Key Prague Tourism Information: for easy access to all the sights & entertainment in Prague, make sure you stay in Prague 1 or in one of the neighbouring districts.

    Charles Bridge and Prague Castle Prague's Most Beautiful Views

    Situated on the side of a hill, Prague Castle offers fine views over all of Prague. Prague Castle is the premier tourist attraction.

    There are also excellent views to be enjoyed from the following sights: Old Town Hall Tower, Old Town Bridge Tower, Mala Strana Bridge Tower, Petrin Observation Tower & Vysehrad.

    As a result of tourism in Prague, several restaurants offer fine views over the whole city. Enjoy a spot of lunch in the sunshine, or watch the city light up at night: restaurants with city views.

    Prague Sights & Attractions

    Tourist guide books on Prague often use English names for famous sights. This can be confusing when maps & street signs in Prague are nearly all in Czech. These Czech translations might be useful:

    Old Town = Stare Mesto

    Prague Castle = Prazsky Hrad

    Charles Bridge = Karluv Most

    National Theatre = Narodni Divadlo

    Wenceslas Square = Vaclavske Namesti

    Old Town Square = Staromestske Namesti

    Little Quarter/Lesser Town = Mala Strana

    Old Town Square in Prague

    Czech Republic in Europe More Tourism Information

    Prague's best sights & attractions: Prague sightseeing

    Prague's history: History of Prague

    Prague tourist information: Prague tourist information

    Czech Language

    Czech, a consonant-rich Slavic language, is said to be the most difficult European language to learn. Some sounds can be very difficult for English speakers to pronounce. Fortunately, in these days of global commerce and tourism, many Czech's speak English, particularly in Prague's city centre. Among the older generation, Russian & German are also quite common.

    Czech People

    According to the most recent census, the Czech Republic has a population of 10.3 million, or 131 per sq km. Like the Slovaks and Russians, Czech's belong to the Slavic group of peoples. Slavs can further be divided into East, West & South Slavs. Poles, Czechs, Slovaks & Luatians, belong to the West Slav group.

    Romanies, or Gypsies, are the most conspicuous minority in Prague. They are thought to descend from Indian migrants in the 15th century. In addition, the Prague tourism boom attracts migrant workers from Central & Eastern European countries, and other old Soviet block countries such as Ukraine.

    Golden Lane at Prague Castle

  • 5 years ago

    The jazz boat river cruise was great. Food, music and scenary very lovely. Definitly reccomend this.

  • Jovan
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago

    What a question! :-) You shold party, party and once agin party!

    P.S. And sightsee a little bit! :-)

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    bake them a cake

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  • 5 years ago

    the sedgeway tours were pretty fun!

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