The Vlatva River, which curves gently through Prague's centre, is adorned with a series of beautiful bridges, the most famous of which is the 14th century Charles Bridge. While it may not be as cheap as it was before the boom of low cost flights, Prague still offers great value for money, and has something for everyone; the cultural and historical attractions of the Old Town, and the awe-inspiring views from the Petrin Gardens are just two of the examples of Prague's emergence as a metropolis of real fascination.
The city is also famed for its nightlife, ranging from fantastic pubs, founded on the outstanding local Czech beer and wine from Moravia, to endless dance floors and clubs for both ladies and gentlemen - a particular hit with the stag and hen parties. The buzzing atmosphere of Prague is aided by some emerging golf courses, so why not combine championship golf with all the incredible sights and sounds of the Czech Republic's incredible capital?
- 3 Nights, 2 Rounds
- Bed and Breakfast