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Prague 2nt spring city break from just £65pp - incl. flights & hotel

Prague 2nt spring city break from just £65pp - incl. flights & hotel

Pirates, put a spring in your step with this great value springtime city break to Prague we've put together for you using our Flights Finder and Hotel Finder. You can enjoy 2 nights in the oh-so-beautiful Czech capital from just £65pp including return flights and a 4* hotel!

We've found departures from London between February and April - jump on it pirates!


Booking Info Timeframe: 26. Feb. 2018 - 30. Apr. 2018


Holiday Details

  • Direct return flights London - Prague
  • 2 nights at the Hotel Augustus et Otto hotel
  • Hand luggage included
  • Room only basis
  • Sample departure from London Stansted on 13th March 2018
  • Based on two adults sharing

Price Details

  • Flights - £34pp
  • Hotel - £61/2 - £30.50pp

Price total - £64.50pp

About your holiday

You'll be staying at the Hotel Augustus et Otto (rated 4/5 on TripAdvisor). The hotel is a great base for exploring this beautiful city and enjoys a great location on the riverside close to the city centre. The hotel offers spacious rooms equipped with free WiFi. The hotel even has its own wine cellar so you can enjoy a perfectly aged tipple. There is an onsite restaurant serving up Czech favourites and of course, being located close the centre of town you'll find loads of great places to eat and drink in the area.

You'll be located close to all of Prague's famous sights such as Wenceslas Square, the Charles Bridge and the incredibly beautiful buildings of the Old Town, making this the setting for the perfect romantic break! Prague is considered one of the world's most beautiful cities and this break will give you the perfect chance to explore it.

Getting to and from the airport

Prague has an excellent public transport system and you can easily get from the airport to your hotel using a combination of the bus and the Metro. You can check out all your options here.

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