It’s important to stay fuelled while traveling, all the exploring and experiences of Prague can sometimes come with a rumbling tummy, and nobody wants to be hungry on holiday!
There's something almost magical about Europe in the Spring. The weather in Prague gets warmer and the festivities welcoming the new season begin! Statistically speaking, the last week of July through the middle of August is the busiest time for tourism in the Czech Republic, especially for the capital. So, we wrote a list about all the things people are missing out before high season starts. Here's why you need to visit Prague in spring:
Now that January is almost over, the days are finally getting longer, but we still have a bit to go before it becomes sweater weather here in charming Prague! Although it's not the most opportune time to travel through Europe, you have the advantage of smaller crowds, budget-friendly living costs, and you get to experience a more authentic, non-touristic city. The downside is it can get quite cold and wet some days, so keeping warm is essential. Thankfully, Prague offers plenty of beautiful cafes and outdoor terraces that will warm your spirit! What better way to unwind after a free walking tour in Prague than to have a warm cup of coffee, tea, or indulge in a hot chocolate? Here are the top 5 places to keep warm in Prague!
Right up until January 3rd, 2016, Prague will be flooded with holiday cheer and Christmas Markets open to locals and tourists all over the city. These markets are an old tradition originating from Dresden, Germany during the late Middle Ages. They're held outside on the main streets or big city squares. And as many come together to celebrate the holidays, the setting couldn't be more beautiful. With the markets come fun Christmas events in Prague with music, plays, and shows in the open air along with dancing, food, and beverages of all kinds. And don't forget to pick up a few seasonal gifts for your loved ones back home. Find out more on the Christmas markets of Prague:
For those who love the idea of relaxing, taking it easy, and pampering yourself on vacation, consider taking time to treat yourself to a spa day. Travelling can be a great experience: walking, exploring, spontaneous discoveries, carefully planned tours...all of these things are exciting and new. But sometimes travellers don't get enough downtime for themselves and risk going home more exhausted than when they left. And isn't the point of travelling supposed to encourage relaxation and escape from the stress of work and normal life? If you're visiting Prague, consider taking advantage of the abundance of affordable spas scattered around the Czech Republic's capital between sightseeing and tours.