PRAGUE Czech Republic

The city of a thousand spires

Prague is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site, and is becoming increasingly popular as a tourist destination. Romantic and lively, the Czech capital succeeds in blending modernity with tradition. A simple stroll through the charming backstreets will reveal the city's architectural treasures, and particularly the astonishing number of religious buildings; each as beautiful as the next. 

Regular flights between Rennes and Prague

You can fly to Prague all year round via Paris-CDG with Air France, or by Hop with a stop-over at Lyon.

Informations about the destination

Climate: semi-continental. The winters are relatively cold and dry, whereas the summers tend to be hot and stormy.  Temperatures in Prague vary greatly over the course of the year, with winter lows of -20°C contrasting with summer peaks of over 30°C.

Time difference with France: none

Currency: Czech Koruna

Travel document requirements: valid passport or national identity card

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Attractions and activities

The city of a thousand spires

To be precise, there are 550 bell towers and spires – some hiding discretely and others demanding your attention throughout the capital. Churches, cathedrals, convents, monasteries and chapels miraculously escaped the damage inflicted on the city during the Second World War. There is an incredible variety of architectural styles – Romanesque, Gothic, Baroque, Art Nouveau, Cubism… The must-visit religious monument is St Vitus Cathedral, located within the Prague Castle complex and a perfect illustration of Gothic architecture. It is the largest and most important religious building in the country. Two of the many churches worth a visit are St Nicolas in Mala Strana, one of the most beautiful Baroque churches in central Europe, and Our Lady before Tyn, in the Old Town, which symbolises the struggle between catholics and protestants in Bohemia.    

Prague Castle

The castle complex is no less than a walled town within a city, and is the official residence of the President of the Czech Republic. In the past, it was home to the Czech monarchy, to the emperors of the Holy Roman Empire and to the presidents of Czechoslovakia. This fortified castle attracts enormous numbers of tourists every year. 
The Guinness Book of Records has listed it as the largest ancient castle in the world (570 m long by 128 m wide on average).

Characteristic quarters

In Prague, every quarter has a particular atmosphere and its own special charm. This capital of Bohemia is a very welcoming cosmopolitan city which delights in combining different styles. The best way to discover its charms is to wander through the winding backstreets of the Jewish quarter, gaze at Old Town city hall and its astronomical clock, cross Charles Bridge, the oldest bridge in Prague and a gothic marvel, and then perhaps take a cruise on the Vltava river….

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