Hotels in Prague (1887 results)
What comes to your mind when you think of Prague? Impressive architecture, the best beer in the world or maybe the Vltava that flows right through the city center? You can find all of those things in Prague! But that is not it, of course. A city trip to Prague offers an impressive contrast between modern times with modern buildings and architecture, dating back to the Gothic and Romanesque. Prague is also known as the city of opposites. Don't just take our word for it - see for yourself! Plan your journey, pack your bags, find the best hotel together with the HotelFriend team and experience the best vacation of your life!
Prague is the capital as well as the most populated city of the Czech Republic. It has more than 1.2 million inhabitants and counts about 10 million tourists annually, which is not surprising since this city is considered one of the most important tourist destinations in Europe.
The currency in the Czech Republic is the Czech crown (Česká koruna) (Kč / CZK). The bureaux de change (currency exchanges) are very easy to find: in the city center, at the Prague airport, at the main train stations and at the main bus stations. The credit cards Visa and Mastercard are also accepted in many of Prague's shops, hotels and restaurants.
Tip: Don’t forget that smoking is not allowed in public places (public transport access points - stops, train stations, transport, cultural institutions, health facilities) in the Czech Republic.
The climate in Prague is typical for Europe. Winters are cold and snowy, and summers are usually warm but rainier. The average winter temperature is about 0 degrees Celsius, and in summer the average temperature is about 24 degrees Celsius. Snow can be expected between December and March, but usually not more than 20 centimeters.
The peak season for tourist is summer, from June to September. Around this time of the year, the days are warm, and the nights are a little bit cooler. If you want to avoid the tourist crowds, consider planning your trip to Prague for spring or autumn. After all, every season has its advantages from a tourist perspective.
To make your trip easier, you can buy a Prague Card. Are you wondering what a Prague Card is?
A Prague Card is a ticket to more than 50 Prague sights and museums (eg Prague Castle, Jewish Museum, Old Town Hall, Petřín Lookout Tower, National Gallery, National Museum, Troja Chateau, ...). Also included in the price of the card is:
🔹Transport by metro, by bus, cable car, tram - for the whole duration of the card validity.
🔹Transport to the airport by the bus Airport Express.
🔹Tour of Prague.
You can purchase a Prague Card for 2, 3 or 4 days.
|discount card||for 2 days - 1.550 Kč (For children and students - 1.150 Kč)|
|for 3 days - 1.810 Kč (For children and students - 1.330 Kč)|
|for 4 days - 2.080 Kč (For children and students - 1.520 Kč)|
The Prague Card for children and students is valid for children between 6 and 16 years and for full-time students up to the age of 26 years.
Children under the age of 6 have free admission to most attractions.
Most public transport is free for children up to 6 years.
Tourist information centers in Prague:
🔸Old Town Hall - Staroměstské náměstí 1 / Old Town Square 1.
🔸Rytířská street 12 - corner Na Můstku street.
🔸Wenceslas Square (upper part) - corner of Štěpánská Street.
🔸Václav Havel Airport Prague - Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 and more.
Charles Bridge (Karlův most)
Photo by Nitin Vyas
A true symbol of Prague - Prague's oldest bridge, built in 1357 by Charles IV. It keeps the secrets of many centuries. It is said that only those who were on the Charles Bridge could really feel the atmosphere of the city. In addition to the beautiful view, you also have the opportunity to admire various statues. The oldest statue in its original state is of St. John of Nepomuk from 1683, the last statue placed on the bridge was the one of St. Cyril and Methodius in 1928.
Tip: Do not forget to touch the statues! That brings good luck :)
Also known as the " Heart of Prague ". The Wenceslas Square is the business and administrative center of the city, where you can find various cinemas, theaters, banks, hotels, restaurants, numerous small and large shops and administrative buildings. The main attractions here are the building of the National Museum (1885-1891) and the monument of Saint Wenceslas from 1912.
Prague Castle (Pražský hrad)
An important landmark of the Czech Republic founded in the 9th century which impresses people from all over the world with its beauty until today. One of the largest castle complexes in the world consistent of palaces, official, church and fortification buildings, gardens and quaint corners. The Prague Castle is visible from almost every place of the city.
|October-March||entire week||9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.|
|April-October||entire week||9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.|
The area of the Prague Castle is open to visitors daily from 6:00 am to 10:00 pm, closed on December 24.
Great South Tower of the Cathedral of St. Vitus, St. Wenceslas and St. Adalbert
Last admission is half an hour before closing. In bad weather, the tower remains closed. Open during the summer season Mon-Sun 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. Open during the winter season Mon-Sun 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
The Holy Cross Chapel - Cathedral Treasury of St. Vitus Cathedral
Open during the summer season Mon-Sun 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. Open during the winter season Mon-Sun 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Exhibits (Riding Hall of the Prague Castle, Imperial Horse Stable, Theresien Tract of the Old Royal Palace, Lustschlösschen of Queen Anna)
Mon-Sun 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Gardens of Prague Castle
Open during the summer season Mon-Sun 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
|General Admission||350 Kč|
|Family ticket||700 Kč|
Parking is very limited in the surroundings of the castle, so a visit to the Prague Castle by car is usually not recommended. The nearest (paid) parking is located at tram station number 22 "Pražský hrad“.
Old Town Hall with Astronomical Clock (Staroměstská radnice s orlojem)
To visit the Old Town Hall is, of course, a must when in Prague. Since 1338, it is considered the most beautiful town hall in the world. The unique apostle's clock, on which twelve apostles appear every hour (9.00 a.m - 11.00 p.m.), is one of the oldest gothic parts of the complex. Masses of tourists gather here every day and wait for the apostles to appear. Here you can also take a look at the corresponding oratory chapel. The neo-Gothic part was unfortunately destroyed during the Prague Uprising and has not been renewed.
Be sure to visit the town hall tower. You can take the stairs here or use an elevator, from here you have a magnificent view of the city.
|Monday||11 a.m. to 10 p.m.|
|Tuesday to Sunday||9 a.m. to 10 p.m.|
|Children 6-15 years, students under 26 years, seniors over 65 years *||150 Kč|
|Children 4-6 years, disabled people, journalists, seniors over 75 years. *||50 Kč|
|Family ticket (2 adults + 4 children under 15 years)||500 Kč|
* To receive a discounted entry, you may be asked to provide a student card or other form of identification indicating the period of validity. Children under the age of 3 and wheelchair users with accompanying persons have free admission.
Address: Staroměstské náměstí 1/3. 110 00 Praha 1- Staré Město.
Right before the end of your stay, we recommend a walk through the historical center of Prague. So, you can once again absorb the atmosphere of this beautiful city before you head back home.
Photo by Travis Wise
The Christmas season is especially beautiful in the Czech Republic. Snow-covered streets that have already been decorated for Christmas create a festive atmosphere. With a selection of regional specialties, such as the powdered walnut pastry "Trdelník", roasted chestnuts, cooked corn on the cob and other delicacies, your taste buds are put into a festive mood.
In total there are about 7 Christmas markets in Prague, which you can visit annually from December 1 up to January 6. Do not forget to bring a good mood!
New Year's Eve
Photo by Jan Fidler
New Year's Eve in Prague can be described as luxurious. The mayor's office of the city is doing everything possible to surprise its citizens. If you spend New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day in Prague, you will be offered two colorful fireworks that you should not miss. The first one takes place as usual at midnight, to celebrate the new year. You can then admire the second big family firework on January 1 at 6 p.m. for a full 11 minutes. This official fireworks show is sponsored every year by the city and gives you the opportunity to celebrate the beginning of the new year a second time. You will have the best view of the gigantic fireworks from the famous Charles Bridge.
Tip: Come on time or even earlier to get a good spot. The number of visitors is always extremely high here.
Photo by A ADAM
If you are a rock fan, then you better buy a ticket to Prague for July 17, 2019 quickly! Parallel to the release of their new yet untitled album (Spring 2019), Rammstein will be playing the first stadium tour in their history starting in May 2019. Anyone familiar with the band's dramatic, perfectly staged live shows may have thought it can’t get any better, but you can be sure that the band has planned something great for these, now even bigger, stages!
Just note the date and place: 17.07.2019 Prague, Eden Aréna. Entertainment.
Prague Zoological Garden (Zoologická zahrada St. Prahy)
The Zoological Garden in Prague is one of the most beautiful zoos in the world as well as the largest zoo in the Czech Republic. It impresses, above all, with its diversity as it offers its visitors, for example an Africa House where you will feel like you entered the savanna, an Indonesian Jungle house where as you might guess from its name, will think you entered a jungle and an Elephant Valley with an elephant exhibit. In this zoo, you can see 4,500 animals from 650 species and you can visit 12 unique pavilions and 150 expositions with a total area of 58 hectares. It does not matter if you are an adult or a child. Nobody gets bored in this zoo!
|November-February||entire week||9 a.m. to 4 p.m.|
|March||entire week||9 a.m. to 5 p.m.|
|April-May||entire week||9 a.m. to 6 p.m.|
|June-August||entire week||9 a.m. to 7 p.m.|
|September-October||entire week||9 a.m. to 6 p.m.|
|Category||One-time Ticket||Annual Ticket|
|Adults||200 Kč||700 Kč (12 visits per year - max 1 admission per day)|
|Children (from 3 to 15 years )||150 Kč||450 Kč|
|Students *||150 Kč||450 Kč|
|Seniors (70+)*||1 Kč||-|
|Families (2 adults + 2 children from 3 to 15 years)||600 Kč (+ 100 Kč for every additional child)||1 800 Kč (12 visits per year - max 4 persons / visit)|
|Children under 3 years||free||-|
* To receive a discount, you must present a valid id: student card, grade book, ISIC, etc. Retirees over the age of 70 years should bring an id that proves their age.
It is possible to rent wheelchairs, strollers and wheelbarrows, and there is also a parking lot for bicycles - all for free.
Address: Zoologická zahrada hl. m. prahy. U Trojského zámku 120/3. 171 00 Praha 7.
The largest aquapark in Central Europe, where you can experience unforgettable moments in a unique sport and recreational area. It consists of three palaces - Palace of Treasures, SPG Palace of Adventures and Palace of Relaxation, Outdoor Zone, Coral House, diving pit, Wild River and children's corner. There are 12 waterslides up to 250 meters long for visitors of all ages in the water world, with a selection of slower and adrenalin-charged rides. In addition to the waterslides, the Water World offers other attractions in the form of whirlpools, relaxation terraces, artificial waves and the most popular attraction of the aqua park, a 450-meter-long wild river that flows through the entire water world.
|Mo-Fr||10 a.m. to 10 p.m.|
|Sa, So and public holidays||9 a.m. to 10 p.m.|
|Category||Price (entire day)|
* Students are persons under the age of 26 who can present a document attesting to their student status.
** Children with a height of 100-150 cm, children under 100 cm have free admission.
*** Seniors are people over the age of 60 who need to present a valid id that proves their age.
**** Family: 2 adults or seniors + 1-2 children up to 150 cm.
Tip: Admission is cheaper if you visit the water park in the afternoon.
Address: Aquapalace Praha, Prazská 138, 251 01 Průhonice- Čestlice /
The modern shopping center has a total area of 115 000 m2. Here you can find a great variety of shops, restaurants and more. And thanks to its beauty, it fits perfectly in the old town of Prague.
Opening Hours: The shopping center is open all year round.
|Mo, Tue, Wed, Sun||9 a.m. to 9 p.m.|
|Thu, Fr, Sa||9 a.m. to 10 p.m.|
Address: náměstí Republiky 1. 110 00 Praha 1- Nové Město
Original Beer Spa
Yes, Prague is best known for its sights. But Prague is also visited for its world-famous beer. The ingredients of this drink are also used here for healing. The Original Beer Spa houses relaxation facilities with original spa treatments are based on using only natural ingredients, materials and old Bohemian medical procedures.
During your visit to the Beer Spa Beerland you can:
• try out 2 rooms - the Beer Bath and the Beerland® Spa.
• relax in original, handcrafted oak tubs.
• tap and drink light and dark Krušovice® beer in UNLIMITED QUANTITY.
• try out the unique - THE HOPFENSAUNA.
• rest on a bed of REAL WHEAT.
• try fresh homemade BIERBROT for free.
Opening Hours: The Original Beer Spa is open daily from 10am to 10pm.
EXCLUSIVE RENTAL OF THE ROOM "BEER SPA"
|Number of Tubs||Number of People||Price|
|1 tub||1 Person||2.000 Kč|
|1 tub||2 People||2.700 Kč|
|2 tubs||2 People||3.300 Kč|
|2 tubs||3 People||4.300 Kč|
|2 tubs||4 Peaple||5.000 Kč|
The price is valid for 1 hour, each additional hour -15% (maximum capacity 4 people).
EXCLUSIVE RENTAL OF THE ROOM "CZECH BEER LAND®" WITH SAUNA
|Number of Tubs||Number of People||Price|
|1 Tub||2 People||3.400 Kč|
|2 Tubs||2 People||4.000 Kč|
|2 Tubs||3 People||5.200 Kč|
|2 Tubs||4 People||6.400 Kč|
|3 Tubs||3 People||6.400 Kč|
|3 Tubs||4 People||7.400 Kč|
|3 Tubs||5 People||8.400 Kč|
|3 Tubs||6 People||9.400 Kč|
The price is valid for 1 hour, each additional hour -15% (maximum capacity 6 people).
EXCLUSIVE RENTING OF THE WHOLE BEER BATH WITH SAUNA
|Number of Tubs||Number of Tubs||Number of Tubs|
|1 to 5 Tubs||1 to 10 People||12.000 Kč|
The price is valid for 1 hour, each additional hour -15% (maximum capacity 10 persons).
Address: there are 2 locations in Prague.
1. Beer Spa Žitná: Žitná 658/9, Praha 1, 110 00.
2. Beer Spa Rybná: Rybná 650/3, Praha 1, 110 00.
If you are traveling to a new country, then you certainly want to get to know the culture of it. Without question, this includes tasting traditional dishes. We have put together a small selection of the most interesting dishes for you.
Kulajda - a thick soup made from mushrooms, potatoes and sour cream served with a boiled egg.
Česnečka / garlic soup - soup with a very typical taste, served with bread croutons. Which is especially appreciated after a long night of drinking.
Svíčková na smetaně / fillet in cream sauce - one of the most popular Czech dishes and a real symbol of Czech cuisine. It is a roasted beef fillet peppered with bacon served in a cream sauce based on pureed root vegetables. It is served with “Knödel” (sort of dumplings). This is a very popular meal at feasts.
Vepřová pečeně s knedlíkem a zelím (known as vepřo-knedlo-zelo) - is roast pork with red or white cabbage and dumplings. It is considered to be the Czech national dish.
Pečená kachna or husa / roast duck or goose is a well-known Czech specialty often served with cabbage and dumplings. Brushing the goose with honey while baking gives it a delicious golden crust. This is a common dish on solemn occasions.
Smažený sýr / breaded cheese - this is a Czech specialty that is especially popular with children. The breaded, roasted hard cheese is served with mashed potatoes or French fries and a kind of remoulade. This dish is relatively cheap in restaurants.
Most restaurants offer traditional cuisine. Here we have a list with our recommendations for you.
|🥗||Aromi||Náměstí Míru 1234/6, 12000 Prag 2||Tel.: +420/222 71 32 22|
|🥗||La Dégustation Bohême Bourgeoise||Haštalská 18, 11000 Prag 1||Tel.: +420/222/31 12 34|
|🥗||V Kolkovne||V kolkovně 8, 110 00 Praha 1||Tel.: +420/224 81 97 01|
|🥗||U Zlateho Tygra||Husova 228/17, 110000 Prag 1||Tel.: +420/222 22 11 11|
|🥗||Lokál Dlouhááá||Dlouhá 33, 110 00 Praha 1||Tel.: +420/222 31 62 65|
In Prague you will find an extensive network of well-functioning public transport consisting of:
🔹three subway lines (the different colored lines A, B and C), trams, buses, ferries and the cable car to the Petřín hill.
🔹The subway operates daily from 5:00 a.m. to midnight. The nighttime operation is ensured by trams and buses.
Fares for single-trip tickets
🔸Ticket for 90 minutes (basic) - 32 Kč, children (6-15 years) 16 Kč.
🔸Ticket for 30 minutes (short term) - 24 Kč, children (6-15 years) 12 Kč.
Time based tickets
🔸Ticket for 24 hours - 110 Kč, children (6-15 years) 55 Kč.
🔸Ticket for 72 hours - 310 Kč, for children there are no discounted tickets.
Children up to 6 years are transported free of charge.
Attention! The tram has always priority at crosswalks!
There are 3 different parking zones in the city center:
Orange - 2 hours parking (from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.), 40 Kč per hour.
Green - 6 hours parking (from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.), 30 Kč per hour.
Blue - reserved for residents and resident companies.
The accommodation plays a big role in every trip. Bad service or other inconvenience can quickly ruin a vacation. However, this is no longer a problem for you as the HotelFriend team strives to select the best hotels for you to enjoy an unforgettable trip. Your contentment is very important to us! Prague has numerous hotels, which are represented in different price segments. Everyone can find here the best hotel for their needs. Baroque hotels, such as the Alchymist Grand Hotel & Spa or the Alchymist Prague Castle Suites, are particularly popular.