Prague : Xmas markets, 7 nights, B&B, 11-18th December, Flights (Stansted - easyjet), Accommodation (3 star Comfort Hotel, lowcostholidays.com), Baggage 32kg, £112pp (based on 2 adults) - HotUKDeals
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Easyjet provide the cheapest flights - and lowcostholidays.com accommodation for this trip. There is plenty of choice of accommodation so you may want to spend more but using trip advisor this hotel looks ok.
London Stansted to Prague

* Dep 11 December 2010 16:55
* Arr 11 December 2010 19:50
* Flight 3065
* 2 Adults
* 2 x £35.99

Flight
Prague to London Stansted

* Dep 18 December 2010 20:20
* Arr 18 December 2010 21:20
* Flight 3066
* 2 Adults
* 2 x £19.99

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Luggage

* 1 Cases
* 1 x £18.00
* 32kg total combined weight.
* You’re saving £18.00 by pre-booking compared to paying at the airport

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£129.96

Prague, Prague City

Star rating
3 star

The hotel has meeting facilities capable of accommodating up to 100 people. The conference rooms are well-lit with natural light to provide an ideal working environment for conferences, meetings and s...

The hotel has meeting facilities capable of accommodating up to 100 people. The conference rooms are well-lit with natural light to provide an ideal working environment for conferences, meetings and special events. Audio-visual equipment is also available. This city hotel comprises a total of 159 rooms and guests will appreciate conveniences such as a currency exchange facility and information on city tours as well as a lobby area with a 24-hour reception, a lift, a bar, a pub, a TV lounge and a restaurant. All valuables may be deposited in the hotel's safe and there is a laundry service and a parking garage, both available with charge. Whether it is business or leisure that brings guests to town, the hotel provides the perfect place to stay. Business travellers will welcome additional modern conveniences such as high-speed Internet access (fees apply) and copy and fax services.
Location

The hotel is located near Prague Castle and is ideally situated in a quiet and tranquil part of the city, around 25 minutes from the city centre by public transport. The hotel offers good connections to the Prague-Plzen - Rozvadov expressway, providing easy access to many of the area's attractions. Nearby points of interest include the Saint Vitus Cathedral, the Petrin Viewing Tower (Petrínská Rozhledna) and Strahov Monastery (Strahovsky klaster). The Prague Castle (Prazský Hrad) - the largest castle in Europe featuring more than 700 rooms - are both just minutes away. The surrounding area offers many things to see, including historical landmarks, museums, theatres, cafés and speciality shops. Prague Airport is only 9 km away.
Room

The modern guest rooms are equipped with a private bathroom, a radio, satellite TV and a direct dial telephone as well as centrally regulated heating and either a balcony or a terrace. Non-smoking and wheelchair accessible rooms are available.
Sport

Golf fans will find the nearest golf course some 2 km away (fees apply).
Meal

Guests can start their day right at this Prague hotel, with a delicious, free full breakfast. The hotel has a full-service restaurant that serves a buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. The atrium lobby bar with its unique atmosphere is a great place for every occasion.
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#1
A very colourful city break, I think 7 nights is a bit long. I spent 3 nights some years ago & would say 3-5 is ideal.
This is a crackin deal though.
#2
ignore me!

Edited By: cdm22 on Aug 31, 2010 10:10: being a fool!
#3
would agree 3 days is enough - get a hot grog and some hand made sweet pasty rolls and wander around the pretty market stalls

http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_17FVHTzjz6o/S7y0oe8YhFI/AAAAAAAABYk/YdWNd3oFLqc/s1600/IMG_4655.JPG

They also have an ice rink and live bands on in the square
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/9/9d/Prague_christmas_market_9949a.jpg

Get some beef goulash with bacon dumplings to warm u up from Staromacek Restaurant, Old Town square - cheap , filling and delicious - wash it down with some dark beer


Edited By: janz70 on Aug 31, 2010 11:50: .
#4
25minutes from city. how expensive is public transport.

yes google is my friend...but anyone been
#5
7 days is good. There is plenty to see, and you can take the train to visit some of the outlying towns.

Lovely place.
1 Like #6
magicbeans
25minutes from city. how expensive is public transport.yes google is my friend...but anyone been

Public transport is excellent and dirt cheap.
#7
the engineer
magicbeans
25minutes from city. how expensive is public transport.yes google is my friend...but anyone been


Public transport is excellent and dirt cheap.


thanks
#8
Looks good. If only it was a manchester or leeds bfd flight. Will have a look x
#9
lovely place, loads to see and do. Beer is very cheap about 60p a pint. Meals are pretty cheap too at approx. £4 per evening meal. Public transport is very cheap and reliable, you can buy a day ticket or week ticket in newsagents.
Def take a boat trip on the river, really lovely and do explore the surrounding areas, some nice castles etc to see
#10
get the flights for € 145.48 = 119.303799 British pounds
if you pay in Euros and use promo code AUGURI2010

Edited By: mikecj on Aug 31, 2010 20:23: typo
#11
Went there last year, local beers are cheap and excellent, even the missus liked it! City has some great architecture, public transport is the best way to travel and the trams are superb, cheap as well. I stayed at two different hotels, one in the city and one on the outskirts. 'Miss Sophies' was brilliant in the city... and no its not a brothel even though it sounds like it! :D

Check out Tripadvisor for the hotel... always helps!
#12
I'm guessing that you've all checked their ABTA registration before booking.......?
#13
good deal...but....32kg luggage????...20kg/pax is max ....12kg excess?
#14
It's 32kg combined, so 16kg each person (based on 2 people going) which is lower than normal but still enough for 7 days.
#15
vect4
good deal...but....32kg luggage????...20kg/pax is max ....12kg excess?
12Kg hand luggage one imagines.
#16
magicbeans
25minutes from city. how expensive is public transport.

yes google is my friend...but anyone been


26Kc for 75mins travel (enough from airport to old town city centre)
There's 18Kc for 30min also i think.

£1 ~ 28.7Kc
#17
What cities are the best to visit around xmas? i have done new york and this looks appealing, but is there anywhere better in europe?
#18
ROBMCDOUGAL90
What cities are the best to visit around xmas? i have done new york and this looks appealing, but is there anywhere better in europe?
Anywhere that doesn't celebrate it, I would think. How about Marrakesh?
#19
Ooohhh, been a few years since I have been :)
#20
Prague is a great place.
But 7 days is far too long. It's a weekend / long weekend city, no more
#21
looks good but coming up £380 odd in total for me

Edited By: shedboy66 on Aug 31, 2010 21:31: edit
#22
I worked there years ago, not sure where this hotel is (work was paying, so I stayed in the Marriott), but check if it's near the underground, otherwise taxi's will generally charge you double if they think you're a tourist, I quickly learned how to say (phonetically) Co-licc Do Stol-ie (if I remind correctly, it was about 8 yrs ago!), which basically meant "how much is it" - I think it's always best to learn some phrases before you go anywhere. I'm half tempted at this price, but I agree with others, too long for just Praha.
#23
id rather walk than go with low cost holidays..... had nothing but broken promises and bad experiance with them , and customer service DOES NOT EXIST
#24
OK folks, I'll ask the question - why is a week considered to be too long to spend in Prague?8)
#25
#26
5/10 mis out of town and everything is dirt cheap, got Absinthe 2/3rd cheaper from a place called ladvi, and there a pizzerie/bar there and it costs about £2/3 to have a large meal.

Taxis and over priced mineral water was our main expense in prague(went in summer,very hot), but like i say use the tram/train that runs through very cheap
#27
The hotel is located near Prague Castle

If you consider 3-4 miles near.

Prague is a great city. I went for a week an loved it but I stayed in the Old Town. Public transport is excellent and very cheap. I liked to get a day pass and ride the trams, getting off in random places to discover different areas.
#28
A week is not to long. I too was there a week. We only spent 1 day outside the city I think at the bone church mentioned above and then a cathederal.If you like walking, and enjoy eating duck, and drinking some good beers then a week is great. We did not even have time to do a couple of the bigger museums. I was not keen on the boat tour though, and you have to be careful how restaurants charge you for putting bread and sauces on your table. Tell them to take it away straight away and then they might still charge you extra another way. But either way, good value.
#29
This sounds fantastic!
#30
I can't seem to get the prices quoted but would definitely recommend the city - been a few times and would rate it as good as Paris only much cheaper to eat and drink. Remember it will be freezing though. As far as cheap flights go I was on Jet2 for caomparison and it is hilarious watching a 99p flight change to a £59 flight when the "taxes and charges" are added on - how do they get away with false advertising like that?????
#31
wow
#32
gizmouk
Prague is a great place.
But 7 days is far too long. It's a weekend / long weekend city, no more


Loads of day trips possible from Prague.
#33
£4 for a meal is a little optomistic - pub grub yes, nice restaurant no chance

Its not that 7 days is to long , its just you can see most of prauge city centre in 3 to 4 days

keep away from the English / Irish pubs - beer and food is extortionate compared to the local places and full of the typical drunken British A-holes, as stated get out of Prague districts 1/2/3 and the price start to tumble.

You can get a travel ticket - which allows you to go on the tube and trams very cheaply

check out this site for loads of good info Your text here
#34
Easyjet are having a sale at the min so you will save a further 20% on your flights.

The flights going out (if booked today or tomorrow) on the 11th December are priced at £25.99 instead of £35.99 so further savings to be had to this already great deal :)
#35
I went to prague last year and 7 days is wayyyyyyy too long!
It was a nice pace, but there's only so many times you can look at an astronomical clock and be "wowed" (not that I ever was..."

The best thing about prague was a bed lounge bar.

If you look at the first page of this thread there is a picture of the main square in prague. In the top left corner (ish) you will see an arch. the bed lounge was right next to this.

the bar itself wasn't amazing.. but me and the better half may have got a bit carried away after several cocktails.. all good fun!

Well worth going during happy hour as it's a bit expensive if not.

In the main square you'll also find a huge amount of food... be careful though! when we went we saw a guy who was selling some sort of ham thing. BBQ'd to hell. He'd then distribute it to his customers having cut it up in a dirty chopping board that he would also chop raw meat and fish on... it looked disgusting, but lots of tourists were eating there... a crazy world!

Worth going for a couple or 3 days.... not much more though

Edited By: petenharry on Sep 29, 2010 16:07: bad typos!

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