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Most popular areas in Prague for 4-star hotels

Prague draws in visitors eager to see its Medieval architecture, dreamy bridges, and the ornamental streets that have beguiled writers and musicians for generations. The wealth of hotels reflects its status as a holiday destination, and there are 4-star pads scattered throughout the whole city. You can opt for the New Town, with its buzzing squares and mix of historic landmarks and contemporary hotspots, or stay in the Old Town, dense with sights like the 15th-century Astronomical Clock. Mala Strana, home of Wallenstein Palace, is another quarter to consider.

Top 4-star hotels in Prague

K&K Hotel Fenix is ideal for holidaymakers and business visitors alike, with modern guestrooms of understated elegance, along with more spacious executive rooms, and an on-site sauna. Jurys Inn Prague offers all the reliable comfort you’d expect from a big brand name, with smart guestrooms as well as a lobby bar serving up zingy cocktails. For a quirky boutique experience, go for the Pentahotel Prague, with its sultry bar area with exposed brick walls and leather couches, and stylish rooms featuring hip, modern decor.

Where to find the best restaurants in Prague

Serious foodies will want to seek out traditional Czech dishes like pork cooked in cider with dumplings, unctuous roasted duck accompanied by cabbage, and spiced sausages. Classic eateries are dotted across the city, while those seeking more high-end fare – from pan-European haute cuisine to elegant Italians serving black ink pasta and langoustines – will do well to look in areas such as the New Town, Old Town, and Mala Strana. Restaurants by the Vltava River offer serene views as the perfect garnish to impeccable dishes.

The most popular things to do in Prague

No visit to this ancient city would be complete without a trek through Prague Castle. This is one of the largest castle complexes on Earth, constructed over numerous centuries, and home to a succession of kings, emperors, and presidents. From Gothic and Romanesque churches to museums bedecked with Baroque art, the complex is paradise for history buffs. For a glamorous night out, take in a lavish performance at the State Opera, a Neo-Classical fortress which dates back to the 19th century and has hosted geniuses of music including Mahler, Strauss, and Caruso. Then there’s Vysehrad, a fort with its roots in the 10th century. Offering an escape from the buzz of the city center, it features a serene, sculpture-strewn park, as well as a cemetery which is the resting place of Czech icons like composer Antonin Dvorak and author Karel Capek.

Best ways to get around Prague

If you want to pack in plenty of sightseeing, you’ll be glad to know the public transport in Prague is second to none. There are plenty of buses and trams, which are perfect for taking in the sights while getting from A to B. If you’re not fussed about gazing out the window, and just need to get somewhere quickly, the subway will come in very handy. It’s also worth remembering you can see much of the city on foot, and one of the great pleasures of Prague is simply ambling about at your leisure.

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