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Most popular areas in Prague for 5-star hotels

You’re spoiled for choice when it comes to accommodation in Prague, and the city also has its fair share of 5-star pads. Some can be found dotted in the New Town. Don’t be fooled by the name, this is a historic quarter dating back to the 14th century, and rich with ornate landmarks. There are also plenty of 5-star hotels in the medieval Old Town, while those looking for scenic views may enjoy staying in a hotel overlooking the placid waters of the Vltava River.

Top 5-star hotels in Prague

It may be in the Old Town, but Grandior Hotel Prague offers sleek, contemporary style in its guestrooms. It also has a quintessentially Czech perk in the form on an on-site beer spa, where you can rejuvenate while quaffing the local brews. Andel’s by Vienna House Prague is another elegantly modern abode, its rooms decked out in cherry-pinks and sunny yellows, and a solarium and sauna in the building to relax in. Then there’s Art Deco Imperial Hotel, a lavish palace of a hotel, whose famous Café Imperial was once frequented by Franz Kafka.

Where to find the best restaurants in Prague

Nestled within the atmospheric streets of the Old Town, many of Prague’s finest, Michelin-recognized restaurants serve modern twists on classic Czech dishes. Some put an Italian spin on things – think cannelloni with ox cheek and smoked vegetables – while others serve delicacies like long-braised meats in wine, and fresh langoustines. In the New Town and beyond, you’ll find everything from exquisite sushi restaurants to chic Italian eateries, while family-run restaurants offer rich goulash and roast pork with dumplings, for the perfect Prague dining experience.

The most popular things to do in Prague

Prague isn’t a city lacking in elegant landmarks, and one of the grandest is St Vitus Cathedral. This towering masterpiece of Gothic architecture was the site of many coronations and is bedecked with glittering sights like the Golden Gate entranceway, and the ravishingly gilded St Wenceslas Chapel. Opened in the 19th century, the Prague National Theatre is a symbol of Czech culture and heritage, sitting handsomely by the river and a perfect venue to enjoy ballet and opera. Fans of the visual arts will be well at home in the Prague National Gallery, which showcases both great works from Czech artists, as well as paintings by towering figures like Picasso, Klimt, Renoir, and Van Gogh. One of the nation’s most famous sons is celebrated in the Antonin Dvorak Museum, where you can see musical instruments and other items which belonged to the composer.

Best ways to get around Prague

A charming aspect of Prague is how easy it is to get around the most popular areas on foot. You can take a pleasurable stroll from the New Town to the Old Town, taking in the sights from across the centuries, while the Charles Bridge – which crosses the Vltava River – is a must-see landmark in its own right. The city also boasts an efficient public transport network, including regular trams which run day and night, as well as subway trains and buses. Uber taxis are also readily available in Prague.

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