Czech Republic

Whether you want to spend your holiday actively in the countryside, purely relaxing in a spa, or you want to take in some culture and go somewhere to learn more, the Czech Republic in the heart of Europe has so much to offer!

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For city style and heaps of history, check out the Czech Republic. Nestled in central Europe between Germany, Austria, Slovakia and Poland, this beauty has to be seen to be believed.

Whether you want to spend your holiday actively in the countryside, purely relaxing in a spa, or you want to take in some culture and go somewhere to learn more, the Czech Republic in the heart of Europe has so much to offer!

Since the fall of communism in 1989, the Czech Republic – and its capital in particular – has evolved into one of Europe’s most popular travel destinations.

Everyone who visits the Czech Republic starts with Prague, the cradle of Czech culture and one of Europe’s most fascinating cities. Prague offers a near-intact medieval core of Gothic architecture that can transport you back 500 years – the 14th-century Charles Bridge, connecting two historic neighbourhoods across the Vltava River, with the castle ramparts and the spires of St Vitus Cathedral rising above, is one of the classic sights of world travel. But the city is not just about history; it’s a vital urban centre with a rich array of cultural offerings, and a newly emerging foodie scene.

The Czech Republic’s location in the middle of Europe has seen a long history of raiding tribes, conquering armies and triumphant dynasties. This turbulent past has left a legacy of hundreds of castles and chateaux – everywhere you look there seems to be a many-turreted fortress perched above a town, or a romantic summer palace lazing peacefully amid manicured parkland. The number and variety of Czech castles is simply awe-inspiring.

While most visitors to the Czech Republic are familiar with Prague, the country has a diversity of places that are worth extending your trip for. Many Czech cities and towns offer historic and cultural treasures that rival those of the capital, and the countryside in Bohemia and Moravia is beautiful.  Czech Republic is  certainly  a great location for a 3 day city break or even longer!

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Weather in Czech Republic

The climate in the Czech Republic is moderately continental, with cold winters, during which the temperature is often below freezing, and warm summers, during which nights remain cool. During winter, from December to February, temperatures hover around freezing (0 °C or 32 °F) or just below, the weather is often dull and cloudy, and light snowfalls can occur. On the contrary, outbreaks of cold from Russia can bring intense frosts, with temperatures dropping to -20/-25 °C (-4/-13 °F). Summer, from June to August, is usually warm. There is a moderate amount of sunny days, during which showers or thunderstorms can erupt in the afternoon. Average temperatures are usually around 22/24 °C (72/75 °F).

Flight Information

Flight duration approx. 2 hours from UK.

Currency

Czech Koruna

Time Difference

UK +1hr

Language

Czech

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Central Hotel Prague

Central Hotel Prague dates back to 1931 and has one of the best locations in Prague, just a few steps from the famous Prague’s Old Town Square, and within walking distance to the main sights.