Vital Facts and Numbers
Country: Czech Republic
Currency: Czech Crown (CZK)
Dialling Code: +420
Emergency Number: 112 (Operators also speak English and German)
Where To Stay
This grand 5-star hotel is located close to Prague’s vibrant Old Town Square. Each room offers free internet and elegant furnishings, including marble bathrooms and high ceilings. Prague’s main attractions, including the medieval Charles Bridge and the Astronomical Clock, are just a short stroll away.
Address: Celetná 600/7, 110 00 Praha 1, Czech Republic
Telephone: +420 221 776 600
Moods Boutique Hotel
This sleek, modern hotel is located in Prague’s Old Town and the emphasis here is on colourful, chic interiors and edgy technology, including Apple upgrades and colourful lighting in rooms, as well as high-speed internet.
Address: Klimentska 28, Karlín, 11000, Prague, Czech Republic.
Telephone: +420 222 330 100
Where To Eat
Hearty, authentic Czech cuisine dished up in trendy, industrial surroundings.
Address: Lokál, Dlouhá 33, Prague 1, Czech Republic
Telephone: +420 222 316 265
Delicious and inventive Indian dishes served in a cosy setting with mosaics and murals.
Address: Mánesova 311/13, 120 00 Praha, Czech Republic
Telephone: +420 222 251 601
What To Do
Czech Beer Museum
No visit to Prague would be complete without learning all about this country’s most famous export. Each visit includes a beer tasting session too.
Address: Husova 241/7, 110 00 Praha, Czech Republic
Telephone: +420 778 072 337
With The Family
Enjoy the outdoors
Prague Zoo is home to more than 2,000 animals and 354 different species of reptiles, birds and mammals. Tucked away in the Malá Strana district is The Vrtba Garden, a tranquil, scenic Baroque garden offering sculpted trees and colourful flower beds.
The Czech Republic is part of the European Union single market and Germany is its largest trading partner for both imports and exports. Around a quarter of all investment that takes place in the Czech Republic occurs in Prague. This city’s modern economy is mainly service and export-based and is the country’s highest performing regional economy.
In 2015, the Czech economy was the highest growing in Europe. Prague businesses employ almost 20% of the Czech workforce and this buzzing, charming city accounts for nearly half of the tourist dollars spent in the Czech Republic.
Prague Tourist Information Centre
Address: Staroměstská radnice (Old Town Hall), Staroměstské náměstí 1, Praha 1 – Staré Město, 110 00
Opening Hours: Open daily 9am – 7pm