Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic and if you haven’t had the chance to revel in the city’s beauty then we urge you to! Prague is a beautiful city with loads of sights to see for educational, day-time ventures… though the city has two faces. Behind its historic capacity lies a throbbing nightlife and one of the best DJ and music scenes in Europe!
You and your hens will experience traditional Czech foods, its world famous beers (at a bargain price) and explore its gorgeous city landmarks. No matter the season, Prague prevails as one of the hottest, weekend, holiday destinations on the map. Hen Heaven can design you a holiday package that won’t let you down.
See this delightful city with a River Cruise that passes through this beautiful city centre, while in the evening you can explore further with a bar crawl...
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Prague has got pulsating music, underground clubs and hundreds of bars for you and your girls to experience. The bars and clubs are all encompassing, whether your rocking up in baggy T-shirts and flip-flops or glammed up looking your best… you’ll be welcomed with open arms.
The city boasts some fantastic clubs, many of them have a huge capacity and special DJ nights, so you won’t be sat with your girls looking at an empty dancefloor with cheesy pop ringing down your ears.
However, if heavy drum and base is not on your agenda, then Prague still offers some upmarket venues. Here you and the girls can drink cocktails ‘til your hearts content.
Despite Prague’s buzzing after-dark scene, there is such thing as a having a chilled one! Relax and drink beer with the locals in one of the many lounge bars peppered along the city streets.
Prague also caters for those of you interested in the alternative scene. In the city there are many venues that play live music and have live performances. No matter what you’re feeling there is something to suit all you girls.
Its Gothic art and architecture and its beer!
There’s no better way to spend your afternoon than on a cruise through the city down the Vltava River. The river is where you can see most of the city’s infamous landmarks such as the Charles Bridge and the Vyšehrad. Interested in sights or not, this really is a must as the river banks and the distant towns are stunning!
There are even more sights to see on foot, the town centre is really old! So be sure to have a camera prepped and ready.
You have to try the local food and beer! In the city centre there are often markets that sell hot food on paper plates and pints of beer from kegs! It’s great fun and there’s an array of foods to try. Being the Czech Republic’s capital there are of course some amazing restaurants for you to indulge, both fine dining and cheap and cheerful. As it is a capital city and tourist dominated, make sure you do your research on the best places to go – some are not as good as others for experiencing traditional food. Don’t fall into the tourist trap!
Prague is a city full of majestic city spires with buildings that have survived numerous wars. Prague stands tall as the capital of the Czech Republic, first being named the capital of Czechoslovakia after the World War I. Today, the city maintains its old-age medieval features that coincide with the hubbub of its nightlife and modern culture.
Prague city centre is small and to make the most of the sights, it's best to take your time and walk around the city. Tram or bus services are also available if you have plans to go further out of the city, BUT... the service does not run all night. Make sure you are within walking distance of your hotel room or pre-book a taxi.
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Really enjoyed the shooting. The person showing us how to use the gun didn't speak any english so it was difficult to get any guidance from him on what we should be doing, the guide helped out a bit. The drinks facilities inside afterwards were very good, and we each got a few good rounds of shooting in. It was a little far in the mini bus, but not too bad.Hazel Coe
Very helpful and friendly.Emma Allen