Family Friendly Hotels in Prague
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- Old Town Square
- Prague City Center
- Charles Bridge
- Wenceslas Square
- Astronomical Clock
- Prague Castle
- Tyn Church
- Republic Square
- O2 Arena
- Palladium Shopping Centre
- Czech National Museum
- Prague Dancing House
- Old Town Hall Tower
- Eden Arena
- Tipsport Arena
- Prague Zoo
- Prague Congress Centre
- Charles University
- St. Nicholas Church at the Old Town Square
- Czech Technical University
Family friendly travelling in Prague
Most popular areas in Prague for family-friendly hotelsPrague isn’t just for dreamy-eyed couples and groups of party animals – it’s also a fine destination for families to explore. The whole city is dotted with family-friendly hotels, with the greatest concentration to be found in the Old Town and New Town. Don’t be fooled by the names – both of these areas are thoroughly historic. You can also opt for a comfortable pad over the river in the Mala Strana district, which puts you close to Prague Castle, or even check out the possible pads in the atmospheric Jewish Quarter.
Top family-friendly hotels in PragueIf you want to experience the Medieval atmosphere while also enjoying modern conveniences and comforts, then Grandior Hotel Prague is the place to be. Here, you can relax in the sleek, stylish guestrooms and make use of the indulgent spa facilities. Andel’s by Vienna House Prague is similarly modern, and will delight the family with its warm and welcoming decor, not to mention the on-site sauna and solarium. Old-fashioned, continental glamor can be found at the Art Deco Imperial Hotel, a palatial pad whose café was once a haunt of the great writer Franz Kafka.
Where to find the best restaurants in PragueEven fussy palates should be pleased by the traditional restaurants of Prague. That’s because they specialize in simple but delicious flavors – think slow-roasted meats that melt in the mouth, soft and pillowy dumplings, and thick stews that warm the soul. You can find dishes like this served up throughout the Old Town and New Town, or if you fancy taking the family for a casual feast of Czech sausages in laid-back surroundings, head to the bohemian Zizkov district instead.
The most popular things to do in PragueOf all the many striking, centuries-old landmarks that make Prague so unique, the most iconic may well be St Vitus Cathedral. It’s not simply that it’s a towering example of Gothic architecture, or that it’s seen so many grand events and coronations within its walls. It’s also the little details, like the Golden Gate entrance, or the gleaming St Wenceslas Chapel within, that make it a must-see. If you’re here with kids, you have to take them to the Old Town Square to see Astronomical Clock, which looks like something from a fairy tale – a magical timepiece built in the 15th century, which plays out a procession of clockwork apostles every hour. Later, take a walk to Letna Park, which is where locals go to relax on green fields. Its elevated position means you’ll get to enjoy sweeping views of the Old Town.
Best ways to get around PraguePrague is a vast urban wonderland to explore, and that’s best done on foot. The whole family will particularly love crossing the Charles Bridge, which is lined with tall statues, and is a symbol of the city. Don’t worry if kids get restless and you need to get back to the hotel in a jiffy, because Prague also boasts an efficient public transport network, including trams, buses, and subway trains, while Uber taxis can be summoned at a moment’s notice.
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