Why visit Prague?

Hen dos are great here as low-budget flights and cheaper prices mean you can keep the party costs low and still have fun! The hen and all her party will be guaranteed the perfect time. Why not travel on the party bike, enjoying a few beers or wines along the way whilst you let the stunning architecture pass you by? Take a bar crawl of The Old Town - Hangar Bar is great fun with its retro aviation theme. Don't forget to check out the Pan Am centrepiece! American diner Harley's is also a fab place to have a few bevies, you may even get some great drinks packages here. The Hemingway Bar is also fun, and pays tribute to the author who liked a tipple, so it's the perfect for a few cocktails. Have fun in one of the ciry's beer spas; party at the popular ice bar or try a scavengar ar hunt with a difference at the Escape Room Experience. The Dancing House is an awesome place for dinner; it has to be seen to be believed!

When should I visit?

April to May and September to October bring warmer days and less tourists; the temperatures tend to drop in the evenings so don't forget to bring something warm for when the sun goes down.

Must-sees?

As well as being perfect for a hen-do, Prague is the city set to put style on the map in 2020, particularly as it is leading the way with balcony bars which overlook the city. One favourite is Lobkowicz Palace Cafe with cosmopolitan views; the glass bar is a further place for a superb cityscape.
The 18th Century Charles Bridge will provide excellent views of the River Vltava, the longest river in the Czch Republic. Why not marvel at the architecture and of the ever-changing view from both the bridge and on a river cruise? Get your camera out for the stunning St. Vitus Cathedral. Located in the as impressive Prague Castle, it is the most noteworthy sight in the castle complex which dominates the city's skyline. And, of course, the 600 year-old astronomical clock located near Old Town Square is a sight to see as on the hour between 9 a.m. and 11 p.m. the clock sets in motion a procession of the Twelve Apostles.

Local traditions?

Once the wedding is over, celebrate your love for one another here in Prague.  Every 1st May is The Day of Love in Prague. To celebrate Czech Romantic poet Karel Hynek Mách who wrote the romantic tragic masterpiece "Maj/May" about a couples tragic romance, couples visit the city's Petřín Park to lay flowers and celebrate their own romance and of the other couples joining in the day of love.
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