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Prague Honeymoon

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Prague Honeymoon

Prague Honeymoon

Inclusions

  • Transfer to Prague
  • Private transfer to hotel
  • Accommodation
  • Breakfast
  • Dinner
  • Local Sightseeing
  • Entry in Vltava River Cruise
  • Intra city transfers
  • Transfer to Airport
  • Departure flight

Prague Honeymoon

Exclusions

  • Lunch
  • Water bottle on arrival
  • Additional transfers
  • Personal expenses
  • Anything not mentioned in the inclusions

Itinerary

Day 1 Prague: Arrival

Kickstart your Prague honeymoon package from India and reach Prague, from where you’ll be privately transferred to the hotel, specially keeping in mind the honeymoon occasion of the couple. Remove your lethargy till evening. In the evening you will be departed to witness one of the most famous and thrilling things to do in Prague- Prague Pub Crawl. This Crawl will be the craziest crawl you would have ever experienced.

Prague Honeymoon

Day 2 Prague: Local sightseeing

On this day of the Prague honeymoon itinerary, the couple will be taken to a thrilling sightseeing tour to visit the famous points of interest in Prague. Have breakfast and leave for famous things to see in Prague. At night, the couple will enjoy a delightful dinner at the famous Vltava river cruise, which always offers an enchanting experience. Overnight stay at the hotel.

Day 3 Prague: Departure

Have breakfast and depart to the airport. The driver will be waiting for you at the hotel and will drop you to the airport from where the couple will take the departure flight. Your honeymoon in Prague ends on this day.

Prague Honeymoon

St. Vitus Cathedral

It took 600 years to build this magnificent cathedral and it is one of the most richly endowed churches in Europe. You’ll find this towering structure within the walls of Prague Castle at the top of a steep walk paved with centuries-old stones. St Vitus Cathedral still serves as the seat of the Archbishop of Prague. Inside, you’ll see the baroque silver tomb of St John of Nepomuck as well as stunning art nouveau stained glass, a 14th-century mosaic of the Last Judgement and the tombs of Saint Wenceslas and Charles IV. Insider tip — instead of going right into the castle, take a stroll left of the main gate through a garden with sweeping views of the city. Pass a cherub fountain and find stairs to your right. Ascend the stairs through the castle wall for the most breathtaking reveal of the church.

Prague Honeymoon

Powder Tower

One of the original gates into Old Town Prague, this tower was first built in the 11th century and rebuilt in the 15th century. During the 17th century, the tower was used for storing gunpowder, which is where it gets its name. The royal route, the coronation route of the Bohemian kings, started at the tower, through Old Town, across the Charles Bridge and up to Prague Castle and St. Vitus Cathedral where the kings were crowned.Powder Tower is connected by a covered bridge to what used to be the palace of King Vladislav II who rebuilt the tower in 1475. The former palace is now the Municipal House and remains connected to the tower. Inside the tower is a spiral staircase with 186 steps leading up to the gallery where visitors can get great view of Old Town

Prague Honeymoon

Dancing House,

the 20th century exemplified by the deconstructivist building Dancing House, created by Czech architect Valdo Milunic and Canadian Frank Gehry. This remarkable structure contains both dynamic and static elements, and resembles a female dancer swaying in the arms of her male partner, the Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers of the architectural world. Located on the bank of the Vltava River and Resslova Street, Dancing House is a private office building except for a restaurant on the 7th floor, the Celeste, which is open to the public. Dancing House stands in strict contrast to the classical architecture surrounding it, which includes buildings in Art Nouveau, Neo-Gothic and Neo-Baroque styles. Its ultra modern design created public outcries and controversy during its construction; years later, Prague is proud to show off its splendid Dancing House.

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