Prague seems to be the epicentre of European travel right now. Europe’s weekend jet-setters just can’t seem to get enough of the Czech capital but it’s no fluke that Prague is constantly milling with tourists.
It’s a city in which you can willingly get lost in, walking for miles without even realising. We guess this makes it a great place to visit post-Easter as you’ll be able to rid yourself of that chocolate hangover!
So what is it about Prague that gives it that real pull-factor?
It’s a city that’s laced with heritage and history that is illustrated through amazing and diverse architecture. Whether it’s the Charles Bridge, Prague Castle or the old Jewish Quarters, you’ll find it’s nigh on impossible not to immerse yourself within Prague’s past.
When it comes to music, Prague is bae. Obsessed with opera, joyous over jazz and rampant rockers – in one trip to Prague you’ve the opportunity to experience Last night at the Proms, Glastonbury and Hideout Festival all in one weekend – if you should wish. The city’s home to an extremely varied and vibrant music scene and when visiting, it’s something we highly recommend you look in to. The International Music Festival launches on 12th May and boasts over 50 classical concerts all the way through to 4th June, So if you’re into your symphony’s this is for you!
Not feeling the classical vibe? The pentalounge is home to a chilled out atmosphere with a playlist that encourages you to sit back, relax and ponder over where the night may take you…
Prague’s beautiful and picturesque during the day but at night, the city comes alive!
It’s home to a number of fantastic bars such as Black Angels Bar and T-Anker, as well as beers, including Pilsner Urquell, Budvar, Krusovice and Starapramen – you may be thinking how you could possibly sample all of them when you’re only visiting for a weekend? Well, to give you a fighting chance we suggest you get involved with the renowned Prague Bar Crawl. It’s a fantastic way of meeting fellow tourists and experiencing the amazing vibe that is the Prague nightlife – plus party with this crew and you’ll receive a lot of free drinks and VIP entry to one of Prague’s best venues…just make sure you book in advance as tickets are hot property!
To nightclub or not to nightclub…that is often the question. Well, if you’re going to push the boat out somewhere, Prague may be the place to do so!
Karlove Lazne is epic. 5 unique floors (Mainstream, Dance, Oldies, Hip Hop, R n’ B & Chill) filled with quality music, a great range of drinks, guaranteed fun and a great finale to a night.
If you can brave the early rise, Pentahotels offer breakfast until 10.30am but if you’d rather spend the morning in bed and enjoy a lie-in, we have a fantastic check-out time of 3pm on Sundays and Bank Holidays.
Discover for yourself the perfect harmony of Prague’s tranquil daytime and energetic nightlife by booking with pentahotels.
Visit www.pentahotels.com for hotel availability and room rates for your 2016 holiday destination.
Fly Ryanair to Prague from the UK with flights available from London Gatwick from £92. Czech Airlines have direct flights from Frankfurt available from £140.
Visit http://www.skyscanner.com for routes and flight prices.