Discover the Czech Republic
The Czech Republic's largest city is its capital of Prague, a breathtaking town that has been a cultural, economical and political core of influence in the region of central Europe for over a thousand years. Prague is a city rich with almost endless cultural and historical attractions for those enjoying a rental apartment on holiday, with the following diversions rating among the most worthwhile and memorable in this charming city.
Since its inception during the latter part of the 9th century, this majestic castle has continued to be a work in progress to the present day. Because of this, Prague Castle encompasses many architectural styles spanning over the centuries. This mammoth structure contains no less than three courtyards, and covers over 45 hectares. Once the home of Bohemian royalty, since 1918 it has been the official residence of the Czech Republic's president. Located in the Hrad?any area of Prague, the Castle complex is also home to St. Vitus, St. Wenceslas and St. Adalbert Cathedrals, majestic gothic churches dating back to 1344.
Wenceslas Square is a lively area that is very popular with tourists, and as a result you'll find plenty of accommodation in this area, including of course great Prague rental apartments! Wenceslas Square, named for Saint Wenceslas the patron saint of Bohemia, is the center for both cultural and business activities in what is known as the New Town of Prague. Many events of historic importance have taken place there, and this tradition continues as many demonstrations and other public events occur in Wenceslas Square to the present day. The area is filled with hotels, stores, restaurants, and currency exchange booths. There are also many strip clubs in the area, making it a popular destination for stag parties.
Prague River Cruises
A river cruise through the heart of Prague is a magnificent way to drink in the splendor of the city in a relaxing manner. A cruise is also a very time efficient way to see the sights, as many of the city's most alluring attractions are situated along the river. Some cruises even include meals, music, and dancing, ensuring that memories of your vacation to the Czech Republic will be long lasting and magical.