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Activities, Prague

Prague is a city filled with adventurous activities to embark on. Venture on walking or river tours – where you can truly explore Prague’s idyllic surroundings, starting at the historic area of Malá Strana, before discovering the colourful Vrtba Garden. There is also a host of events held throughout the year to attend, including St. Matthew’s Fair, as well as exciting activity spots like the Lego Museum and the National Technical Museum, both of which the whole family can enjoy.

Aquapalace Praha

Aquapalace Praha is the biggest water and sauna park in the Czech Republic, just 30-minutes from the thriving centre of Prague. With an area of 9,150…

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Bike tours

Cycling is extremely popular in Prague, and there are a whole host of bike tours on offer to join, see and learn about Prague’s intriguing architecture, culture and history.

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Explore the Old Town

Exploring Prague’s Old Town, with its narrow cobbled streets, attractive buildings and historic sights is an interesting and enjoyable way to spend your day.

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iPILOT Prague

The iPILOT in Prague offers travellers the chance to experience what it is like to pilot a commercial jet – providing fun for all of the family. The Boeing 737…

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Letna Park

Letna Park (Letenské Sady) is situated on Letna hill, and was built on a flat plateau overlooking the beautiful Vltava River. This idyllic park has green open spaces…

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Letnany Lagoon

The fantastic Letnany Lagoon aqua centre originally opened in 1999, and since it has become a popular activity attraction amongst both locals and travellers alike.

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Little Venice Canal Cruise

Various tour operators in Prague offer Little Venice Canal Cruises, providing a truly spectacular trip for every type of tourist. These historical boat tours…

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Mala Strana

Malá Strana (also known as Lesser Town), can be found at the foot of Castle Hill and has wonderful views across the Vltava river to the old town. Many of its original…

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Matthews Fair

Matthews Fair (Matejska pout), was opened in 2008 and is the most popular and the biggest fair in the whole of Prague. It is a fun park with around 130 attractions…

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National Technical Museum

The National Technical Museum (NTM) was started in 1908 and is located next to Letna Park. Today, it houses 14 permanent exhibitions as well as various…

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Petrin Hill

On the top of iconic Petrin Hill, lies a steel framework TV tower (looking very similar to Paris’s Eiffel Tower), which was built in 1891 for the Jubilee Exhibition…

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Prague Zoo

The wondrous Prague Zoo was originally opened in 1931, located in the district of Troja (approximately four miles north of the Old Town). This zoo houses 681…

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River Cruises

What better way to enjoy the sights of Prague than on a relaxing river cruise? The short, one-hour cruise along the Vltava River to see the Charles Bridge…

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The Vrtba Garden

The Vrtba Garden, designed by Frantisek Maximilian Kanka in 1720 is situated on the slope of the Petrin Hill, considered to be one of the most beautiful…

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Thrill Park

Thrill Park Prague, located off the top of Wenceslas Square on Žitná street, is a very aptly named attraction; the attractions are definitely not for the fainthearted.

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