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Best areas in Prague for luxury hotels

Befitting its status as one the most popular destinations in Europe, Prague has plenty of hotels to choose from. Some of the more luxurious can be found dotted throughout the New Town – an area of the city that, despite its name, is actually full of historic landmarks and squares. You could also opt for one of the deluxe abodes found amid the medieval streets of the Old Town, or overlooking the picturesque Vltava River. Bear in mind that some luxury hotels can also be found across the river in the Mala Strana district.

Top luxury hotels in Prague

It sits within the Old Town, but Grandior Hotel Prague provides a contemporary contrast to its antiquated surroundings. Expect to find sleek guestrooms and indulgent facilities, including a beer spa where you can soothe away your cares in classical Czech style. The Art Deco Imperial Hotel offers grand lodgings in the city, and has quite a claim to fame: the iconic Prague author Franz Kafka was known to eat and drink in its café. Andel’s by Vienna House Prague offers cheerful accommodation adorned with pinks and yellows, along with a relaxing on-site spa.

Where to find the best fine dining Prague

Hungry for a memorable gourmet experience? The fine dining restaurants of the New Town and Old Town will deliver that in spades. Some of these elegant eateries have been recognized by the Michelin guide, and offer everything from refined Italian classics to hearty Czech dishes like unctuous goulash and slow-braised pork in cider. Culinary adventurers shouldn’t neglect Mala Strana, where you’ll find airy restaurants overlooking the river, and hidden gems serving lavish duck dishes and rich, buttery patisserie amid candlelit, vaulted surroundings.

The most unique things to do in Prague

Anyone looking to follow in the footsteps of Franz Kafka should head for Prague Castle. This sprawling complex includes the Golden Lane, a row of quaint, colorful houses where the great author once lived. Of course, the rest of the complex has to be seen as well, with its Romanesque and Gothic churches, and opulent museums showcasing Baroque artworks. Another grand structure is Municipal House, an Art Nouveau stronghold which is home to Smetana Hall, where you can enjoy classical concerts in suitably regal surroundings. A major cultural attraction is the Jewish Museum, which encompasses a number of sites including the Maisel Synagogue, which has its roots in the 16th century, and the unique Spanish Synagogue, which is adorned with Arabesque flourishes. For a memorable evening, take in an opera at Estates Theatre, where Mozart conducted the premiere of Don Giovanni in 1787.

Best ways to get around Prague

You could easily spend your entire time in central Prague without bothering to make use of public transport. This is an eminently walkable city, and simply ambling past the historic buildings makes getting from A to B a pleasurable experience. Trams are readily available if you do need to get somewhere more quickly, and there is also a subway network you can hop onto. App-savvy visitors may take advantage of the Uber taxis which roam the city.

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