Don’t you absolutely love booking a couple of days away exploring Europe? Treating my partner to a couple of days away in Prague in March. Finding things to do in Prague, from where to Explore hotels, restaurants, even what to wear. This blog post is going, to provide you with lots of ideas. For Finding things to do in Prague.
Finding the best hotel for you. I arranged the trip away with Love Holidays as they had the most reasonable deal at the time for this trip to Prague, which comfortably accommodated our needs. Iron Gate Hotel, Prague, is in the best location as it is located in Old Town and is within walking distance to all the major attractions. The Old Town Square is only 2 minute‘s walk way from Iron Gate Hotel.
The historic hotel is full of amazing historical information dating back to 1400. Iron Gate Hotel offers spacious and unique rooms and suites. Plus each room has its fabulous layout. If you genuinely love history the goliatyh suites and some of the iron gate suites feature either original 14th to 18th-century frescoes or wooden painted ceilings.
Wi-Fi internet free.
U Prince Restaurant.
Our room was stunning. We were lucky to be staying in room 6, located on the ground floor. As you enter the security door with a key, step back in time to a small hallway. As you opened another security door, there was a solid wooden staircase. Walking up the stairs, our eyes were drawn upwards to the high timber ceiling with its beautiful hand-painted art. The room was large and breath-taking, from the amazing art work to the very romantic wooden four-poster bed. Everything you could want in a room was there, from a mini fridge (this is not free) to coffees and teas. A pair of handcrafted leather chairs and a large TV on the wall (Please be aware that there are no English channels.) The bathroom is great, with a very powerful shower. The water was always hot. Plus an extra bonus: the free toiletries.
Full Day Prague Tour
It should if you go to Prague. Please make sure you do this on your first day, as this is a great way of knowing your surroundings. See the Old Town, Charles Bridge, Lesser Town, the Jewish Quarter, and Prague Castle. Make sure you have comfortable shoes. We loved our 6-hour sightseeing tour with our fabulous guide. Who was full of knowledge and information. An added bonus was a traditional Czech lunch, which was included.. The food was excellent, and I must say, “I would never have tried Czech dumplings unless I was on this tour. Along with a river cruise that lasted an hour. We booked our trip before going to Prague via VIATOR.
Bars & Restaurants
There are lots of unique and wonderful bars and restaurants in Prague. Here are just some ideas of where to go:
Simply breath-taking, the unique restaurant is on a boat overlooking Prague Castle. The restaurant is an unforgettable Italian cuisine. As we walked to our table, we passed their professional kitchen. We were greeted by everyone with such friendly and helpful service. Feeling relaxed and even a little special, our table was stunning as we viewed Prague Castle.
Green Devils Absinth Bar
This is well worth the visit. We walked into a shop/bar and were then led down a staircase into a green cave full of art on the walls. It felt haunted, musty, and scary, with weird and disturbing things all over the bar. We had no clue what to order, so we left it to our server, who was very knowledgeable, and she chose what we were going to have. To be honest, we did not like absinthe, but the theatre is still worth visiting The devils absinth Bar.
Soul Love Prague
This beautiful hot sushi restaurant and takesghi dishes that taste this world. As you step into the lavish restaurant, the smell of the place is amazing. Service was second to none. Our server was amazing and explained everything. We decided on a taster menu, which we all enjoyed. There is live a live DJ that you can enjoy with a cocktail.
You won’t be disappointed when you come to Prague. We only stayed there for three days and visited museums, a church, beer spas, shops, bars, and restaurants. However, there is still much to see and do. So we will see you again, Prague!
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