Czech Republic
By Lauren Kmec

Sometimes referred to as the “City of a Hundred Spires,” Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic and has long been a prominent locale in the heart of Central Europe. This Czech cultural center pays homage to its rich history while continually evolving to keep pace with the modern world. Prague’s location on both banks of the Vltava River makes it one of the most beautiful places to vacation in Europe.

Travelers to Prague will fly into Ruzynì Airport (PRG), located only ~20 kilometers from the heart of the city. Let assist you in making your flight arrangements today ( Getting from the airport to the city is easy via several public transportation options and should take just 30 to 40 minutes. Additionally, can help you find the perfect hotel to meet all of your vacation needs. Follow this link to explore our top selections ( highly recommends visiting the Charles Bridge and Towers during your stay. Arguably Prague’s most famous landmark, the Charles Bridge spans the Vltava River, linking Prague’s Lesser Town and Old Town regions. The bridge itself measures 10 meters wide and 515 meters long, and both ends are fortified by lookout towers. The bridge and towers are covered in some 30 statues, most done in the Baroque style. The Old Town Bridge tower is widely regarded as the finest Gothic towers in Europe.

For a dose of history unlike any other, encourages you to visit the Prague Castle, the largest ancient castle in the world. The castle was built in the late 9th century A.D. and was initially home to a revered line of Czech kings and princes. Since 1918, the Prague Castle has been the domain of the Czech—and, previously, Czechoslovakian—president. The Prague Castle has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage site and is one of the most popular sites in the entire nation. Once inside the castle grounds, you will be amazed by the impressive architecture as well as the enormity of the complex. Take a guided tour, stop to watch the changing of the guard, or wander through the castle courtyards. also suggests visiting St. Vitus Cathedral and the Golden Lane, both located within the complex.

Founded in 1257 on the sloping land beneath the Prague Castle, the Lesser Town area features some of Prague’s most interesting attractions. Lesser Town Square is the center of life in this region, and urges history buffs to explore this area. The Square is bisected by St. Nicholas Church and is bordered by Lesser Town City Hall, as well as two palaces. Kampa Island, aka “the Venice of Prague,” is situated on the Vltava River near the Charles Bridge. Kampa has a quaint, village-like atmosphere that is perfect for a relaxing stroll along the water. If you have time for only one activity in Lesser Town, recommends exploring Petrin Gardens, a combination of several public and private garden spaces. Highlights include the mirror maze, the rose garden, and the Petrin Lookout Tower, which offers sweeping panoramic views of the whole city.

The most modern section of Prague is aptly referred to as “New Town” (though “new” is a relative term; this area was founded by Emperor Charles IV in 1348). Popular sites in New Town include the National Theatre and the National Museum, and encourages you to check out both of these great cultural institutions. Funds were scarce during the construction of the National Theatre, so money for the project was collected from all social classes. Thus, the National Theatre has become a proud symbol of Czech national identity. The Theatre is thriving today, as it holds drama, opera, and ballet performances on a regular basis. Located in Wenceslas Square in New Town, the National Museum is the largest museum in the Czech Republic. It was designed as a natural history museum, and it remains so to this day, though its collection has expanded to include Bohemian history and artistic works.

Don’t delay in planning your next vacation to this picturesque Bohemian city. urges you to book your travel today. The magic of Prague awaits!


  • 1. Jindrisska Tower
  • 2. Klementinum
  • 3. Church of Our Lady Before Tyn
  • 4. Lobkowicz Palace at Prague Castle
  • 5. Loreta
  • 6. Muncha Museum
  • 7. National Museum
  • 8. Jewish Museum
  • 9. Czech Museum of Music
  • 10. Charles Bridge


  • 1. Witches' Night - April
  • 2. Prague International Marathon - May
  • 3. Prague Spring International Music Festival - May/June
  • 4. Summer Shakespeare Festival - June
  • 5. Verdi Festival - August/September
  • 6. International Folklore Festival - August
  • 7. Prague Autumn Festival - September
  • 8. Day of the Republic - October
  • 9. International Television Festival Golden Prague - October
  • 10. Bohuslav Martinu Festival - December


Sheraton Prague Charles Square Hotel
Zitna 8, Prague, Czech Republic
By Courtney Singer

The Sheraton Prague Charles Square Hotel sits squarely in the midst of the fairy tale city of Prague, in the Czech Republic. Centrally located, the hotel is only a few steps from the Old Town section of Prague. The touted five star services are ready to welcome you to this wonderful European metropolis.

The Sheraton Prague Charles Square supports 160 comfortable berths, including 38 suites. The rooms are scattered over the 4 contiguous buildings that make up the hotel, originally built in the 19th century. Every Sheraton Prague room contains a Sheraton Sweet Sleeper™ Bed. Additionally, complimentary amenities like tea and coffee supplies, mini-bar, and toiletries are offered.  Each room also receives free 24/7 access to the gym, and room service. Wired and wireless internet is accessible for a fee within the rooms, but for free in the main lobby. Safes large enough to store a laptop are installed in each room.    

The Sheraton houses the Brasserie Delice, a fine dining French establishment. If you would like a cocktail before or after dinner, make your way to Diamond’s Bar. There is also a Club Lounge, for those looking to while away the night hours. Other amenities include the opulent spa and Sheraton Fitness. There are two meeting rooms available for business purposes, and High 8, a rooftop terrace with fantastic views of the city.

A guest at the Sheraton should never suffer from boredom thanks to the hotel’s wonderful central location. As was mentioned above, the hotel is only a few minutes from the famous Old Town square, along with the National Museum. The Sheraton is also very close to the famous Wenceslas Square. One of the most picturesque sights in Prague, the Charles Bridge, is under 15 minutes walking.

When visiting Prague, the Sheraton Prague Charles Square hotel aims to make every visit feel easy and worry-free. wants you to have the best travel experience possible, and knows you will enjoy your stay at the Sheraton Prague Charles Square. To make a reservation now, go to (   


Hilton Prague Old Town
V Celnici 7, Prague, Czech Republic
By Charlotte Morse

The Hilton Prague Old Town offers modern rooms and amenities located just outside of Prague’s historic center. The Prague Ruzyne Airport is approximately thirty minutes from the hotel; guests arriving at the hotel can choose from transportation ranging from a rental car to a subway to a limousine, all with fees. Check-in time is at 2 p.m., and check-out is at noon. Porters will assist in bringing luggage to rooms. After arriving, the city of Prague is at guests’ fingertips: a metro and attractions such as the shopping boulevards Na Prikope Street and Parizska Street, Charles Bridge, and Prague Castle are all within walking distance.

Guests can choose from a variety of rooms and suites with king, queen, or twin beds. Every room includes a 32-inch LCD flat screen TV and high-speed internet with fee. Guests with children will be provided cribs. The suites include complimentary breakfast and access to the executive lounge. All guests are invited to partake in the European cuisine at the hotel’s Zinc Restaurant, open daily from 6:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. For the cocktail crowd, the hotel also offers the Zinc Lounge & Bar, open daily from 9 a.m. to 2 a.m.

Whether guests come for business, with family, or for business with their family accompanying them, the Hilton Prague Old Town has accommodations. The hotel provides a pool and fitness center, as well as a baby-sitting service. It also has an up-to-date business center that includes various sizes of meeting rooms, high-speed internet, and modern audio/visual technology. For large groups and gatherings, the Hilton Prague Old Town includes the elegant Dvoøák Ballroom. Pets may stay with a non-refundable security deposit. The hotel is also accessible to people with disabilities; a specific list of accessibility features is available on its website. The multi-lingual staff ensures ease of communication. will help you book rooms in this convenient and stylish hotel (