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Prague is one of the most popular city destinations for tourists from Ireland with our City Breaks to Prague from Ireland being a popular option. This is due to its diversity as a destination. It has history, culture, art and romance as well as having a legendary nightlife. Cheap short breaks and weekend breaks to Prague from Dublin are the perfect city break escape; so book with Club Travel today for the best value on flight and hotel deals to Prague. Prague is a beautiful city waiting to be explored so book a city break to Prague today with Club Travel for cheap Last Minute City Breaks to Prague.

Hotels in Prague

Club Travel has over thirty years of experience in finding our customers the perfect hotel to suit their requirements. Club Travel can offer its customers a choice from hundreds of hotel deals in Prague as we offer the best value hotels and flights for city breaks to Prague.

Golden Tulip Savoy Hotel Prague: A traditional 5-star property offering upmarket accommodation near the heart of Prague. Highlights include free Wi-Fi, fine dining, an inviting relax centre and a good location opposite a tram stop.

Art Nouveau Palace Hotel: This hotel was built in 1909 in a Viennese Art Nouveau style and is perfectly located in the city centre of Prague, just off Wenceslas Square.

Sights and things to do in Prague

St Vitus Cathedral: Gothic archways and amazing stained glass windows await you at this awe inspiring cathedral. A highlight of many people's trip to Prague.

The Jewish Quarter: A very old historical part of the city that is worth taking a stroll around if you are nearby.

Old Town Square: This Square is a lovely place to spend some time. It's surrounded by colourful, quirky buildings. It is also where tourists come to view the 600 year old Prague Astronomical Clock.

Prague Castle: Seen as one of the most important landmarks in the Czech Republic, the changing of the guard is a major draw as well as the stunning gardens which are open to the public during the summer months.

Franz Kafka Museum: A museum dedicated to the work and life of the famous writer who was from Prague.

Shopping: Prague is famous for its glass. There are many glass shops in the city where you can buy some of the locally produced glass products.


Prague is a world famous party destination, a favourite with stag parties. The nightclubs and the local beer is legendary. It is also much cheaper to enjoy a night out in Prague than in Western Europe.

General Information

Prague Airport: Václav Havel Prague Airport is a modern and spacious International Airport located on the northwest edge of Prague, around 17 kilometres north of the city centre. There are no trains or metros connecting the airport and the city. There is a bus service which takes approximately 1 hour, or a taxi which takes 30 minutes to get you to Prague city centre.

Getting around the city: There are local buses and trams servicing Prague as well as an old but reliable metro system.

Currency: The local currency used in Prague is the Czech Koruna. Credit cards are widely accepted and ATMs are found everywhere throughout the city.

Weather in Prague: Spring is sunny and mild, the summer in Prague is very hot and in winter it is common for the city to be covered in snow.

Prague Time: Prague is one hour ahead of Ireland +1GMT

Electricity: The electrical sockets in the Czech Republic are the European two pronged plugs 220V.

Health: You should check with your doctor before travelling.

Visa: Irish citizens do not require a visa to travel to Prague

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