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Prague for Dubai


The Czech Republic is a small country in the heart of Europe, full of medieval history and various landscape. This country is also known like Czechia or Bohemia with the capital Prague, bordering with Austria to the south, Germany to the southwest and northwest, Poland to the north and Slovakia to the east. Its official language is Czech, 40% of the population professes Christianity, 4% protestants and the rest are atheists. There are more than 3000 historical and cultural monuments, including 461 castles and chateaux originating from the Celtic period, through the Middle Age to the modern architecture in this mysterious country surrounded by deep forests and mountains on its borders. Czech glass, czech beer and czech ice hockey are world-famous.

Brief itinerary

Day 1 : Arrival to Prague, Transfer to hotel and evening city tour (or optional individual program on the quide´s advice, if wanted)
Day 2 : Prague city tour (possible by walk or by bus) - Prague Castle, Strahov Monastery, old streets of New World gallery- Petřín observation tower with the mirror labyrinth - the Charles bridge -back to hotel or individual program
Day 3 : Vyšehrad fortness – New Town with Wenceslas square and the National Museum (entry optional) - Old Town with the astronomical clock and Týn Church – Royal road – the Municipal Art Nouveau house (entry optional) - back to hotel or individual program.
Day 4 : (According to the flight) The historical narrow streets of the Old Town with possibility of shopping – the Estates Mozart theatre (entry optional) – individual program – departure to the airport.



Day 1: Arrival to Prague

Arrival to Prague and transfer to the hotel. The transfer to the hotel takes about 20 minutes from the airport. After accommodation the program is individual.
Local guide can give you advices for historical places or restaurants near the hotel. During the first day it’s nice to get short walk end up with cold drink. Famous place called “Naplavka” can offer lot of attractions and parked boats from which is very nice view to the Prague Castle.

Day 2: Prague city tour

Prague Castle - the biggest castle complex on the world is the seat of the president of the Czech republic and since 11th century the seat of Czech kings. There are many historical palaces, monasteries and buildings representing many historical styles- from Romanesque to Classicism. The dominant of all the complex is the Cathedrale of st. Vitus, Wenceslas and Vojtech, built during 6 centuries (14th to 20th).
Next to the Prague castle there are a few buildings belonging to the Ministry of the foreign affairs and Ministry of defence and the baroque church Loreta with 27 bells, which rings every hour and beautiful and picturesque quarter called New World gallery due to very old and original small houses mostly from 19th century, where used to live many writers, actors and artists. Here you can forget the noice of a big city and really feel like and enjoy the atmosphere of 19th century.

Strahov Monastery is a few steps from the Prague Castle and it´s the oldest monastery in the Czech republic, built in 12th century and one of the oldest in Europe with later baroque reconstruciton contains 200 000 books.

Petřín observation tower with its 299 stairs and beautiful overview to all Prague city represents a copy of the Eiffel tower in Paris and was built in 1891. Just next to there is the Mirror labyrinth, where you can enojy a lot of fun looking at yourself to various mirror and try to find the exit.

Charles bridge is the most famous bridge in the Czech Republic connecting the Old and the New Towns of Prague together with the Jewish quarter over the river Vltava. It was built by the king and emperor Charles IV in 14th century and is decorated by 32 statues. There are many legends connected with this mysterious place and also a wish can become true there.
Prazsky hrad Karluv most Petrin

Day 3: Vyšehrad fortness

Vyšehrad fortness is the second most important place in the Czech republic, as it was the first seat of czech kings in 9th century. Quiet picturesque place on the rock over the river Vltava with the gothique Cathedrale of st. Peter and Paul, originaly from 11th century.

A few minutes by walk or by underground there is the New Town with the biggest square and boulevard in Prague and in the Czech Republic- the Wenceslas square. Behind this patriotic symbol you may visit the National Museum from 19th century ( the biggest natural and cultural museum in this country).

At the end of the Wenceslas square (horse market in 14th century) finish the New Town (14th century) and starts the quaint Old Town (12th century) with the famous and admired astronomical clock from 14th century with its zodiac, overview and 12 apostles which you can see every hour. On the opposite there is the gothique Týn Church, in which is interred the danish astronomist Tycho de Brahe and the small house in which was born the czech king Charles IV, the biggest personality of czech history.

The Royal road connects the Old Town with the Municipal house, pure example of Art Nouveau with the biggest music hall in the Czech Republic, where was declared the first Czechoslovak republic in 1918, completed by paintings by Alfons Mucha, czech painter, who became famous in Paris first.

Obecni dum Tramvaj Vaclavske namesti

Day 4: Historical streets of the Old Town

Possibility of shopping during individual program or optional visit of the Estate Mozart theatre (18th century) in which Mozart conducted the premiere of his operas Don Giovanni and La Clemenza di Tito.

Transfer to the airport from hotel and thank you for having chosen Prague and you leave with unforgettable memories for one of the oldest city in Europe.
Prasna brana Stare mesto