30 Νοεμβρίου, 2021




On their own, Prague’s medieval air and pointed turrets are enough to fire your imagination and dreams—and during the winter months a genuine Christmas wonderland awaits you as the city’s streets and squares create an astonishing backdrop to a unique theme park

From its iconic Gothic castle to the atmospheric Old Town neighbourhood, every street in Prague is lined with lights, wreaths and Christmas decorations. A multitude of Christmas markets; each is more ancient and fascinating than the last and all are bursting with food, sweets, handicrafts, clothes and much more

From the beginning of November to the end of December, Old Town Square, Wenceslas Square and Republic Square (among other famous spots) play host to mighty Christmas trees with concentric circles of market stands and stalls set out around them

And as if that weren’t enough, the Czech capital is surprisingly compact and well-connected, meaning it’s ideal for visiting with children. In addition, improvised performances by streets musicians, opera concerts and church choirs create the ideal soundtrack for celebrating Christmas in Prague