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48 Hours in Prague

48 Hours in Prague

Czech Republic / Eastern Europe / Europe / Food / Prague / Rail Travel / rail vacation / Train Travel / train vacation / Wine | June 21, 2018

One of the world’s most romantic cities, Prague offers tranquil, waterside beauty and a vibrant urban energy that’s unlike anywhere else in the world.  Discover captivating Gothic, Baroque, Art Nouveau, and Cubist architecture, and a maze of lanes lined with pubs, shops and restaurants. Not sure where to start? We’ve created a 48-hour Prague itinerary for first-timers and return visitors to make the most of your time in this enchanting city.

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K + K Hotels

Budapest / Prague / Vienna | August 8, 2013

K+K hotels are a family run business with ten boutique 4 star hotels throughout Europe in their portfolio. During my recent trip, I was fortunate enough to stay in a K+K hotel in three cities, Prague, Vienna and Budapest. This gave me a great insight into the quality and services they provide and has given me great confidence in the K+K name.

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Berlin Dresden and Prague

Berlin / Germany / Prague | November 26, 2012

It’s sometimes difficult to find that one place to spend five or six days which offers a varied mix of attractions to keep you engaged. Things that are usually on the checklist need to include a blend of culture, delicious food, scenic views and a bustling nightlife. So instead of picking just the one, I tried my luck on a three city break which could hopefully tick all those boxes.

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Matt Visits Vienna, Prague and Berlin

Berlin / Budapest / Prague / Vienna | December 19, 2011

I was now half way through my itinerary, which had begun in Cologne before heading on to Munich and Budapest as described in my previous blog and, though I was looking forward to the prospect of visiting some new places, I was somewhat disappointed to be leaving Budapest and made a mental note to return at some point in the not too distant future.

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