Prague, is at first thought, ‘That place where everyone goes for their Stag Night’. Although Prague does receive many Stag-Do groups in search of a good time, there really is a lot more to Prague than just cheap beer!
The capital city of the Czech Republic, Prague is endowed with historical sights and a beautiful mix of architecture in many different styles such as Baroque, RenaissanceModule Art Panels, Cubist, Gothic and Modern…sometimes very modern like Milunić and Gehry’s ‘Nationale-Nederlanden’ building in downtown Prague nicknamed the ‘Dancing Building’ which was built on a site that had been bombed during World War II.
- ‘Dancing Building’ (pragueexperience.com)
Luckily not much of Prague was bombed, which meant that it was able to keep most of its century old buildings in existence, putting it on the UNESCO list of World Heritage sites, allowing you to stroll around the city enjoying the architectural museum that it is! Must-see sights are numerous but here are a few: Wenceslas Square, the Old Town, Charles Bridge and the National Theatre – all picturesque and very soft on the eye!
- Prague National Theatre (prague-information.eu)
If you’re looking to visit Prague and would like to stay somewhere central, Viarentals.com has a variety of rental apartments in Prague, each varying in size and location, so you should find the apartment to suit your budget. One of the Viarentals.com vacation rentals in Prague is a spacious (95m2 or 1,020sqft) apartment sleeping up to 9 guests located by the National Theatre in the historical centre of Prague, 5 minutes walk from the main tourist spots. The apartment is reconstructed in a modern style providing comfort and space right in the centre of town.
Prague has everything a city can provide you with, countless galleries, music venues, bars, restaurants, clubs and during Christmas Time, the Christmas Markets, offering great beer (of course!), mulled wine, arts and crafts and local delicacies such as Smažený Sýr (Fried Cheese), Cibulačká (Onion Soup) or Klobásy (Grilled Sausages). Prague is also the home of Festivals hosting every type of genre including music, film and literary such as the Writer’s Festival and the Spring and Autumn Music Festivals.
- Czech Beer (canberrabrewers.org)
With so much going on and cheap quality beer, it’s no wonder that more than 4 million tourists visit Prague each year!
References used: Wikipedia.com, prague.net, pragueexperience.com, virtualtourist.com