What’s There

Known as the “city of 100 spires” Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic and a city rich in history and colourful buildings. Prague Castle dates back to the 9th century and is a great place to start your time in the city. Right next to it is St. Vitus Cathedral so it’s easy to check off these two must-see locations right away. Afterwards, I’d recommend strolling over one of the cities many bridges towards the Prague Astronomical Clock. If you time it right you’ll arrive just in time for the hourly display of the Twelve Apostles, but be quick because it only lasts for 27 seconds!

Who’s There

Prague is the biggest and most vibrant city in the Czech Republic and is a fascinating place to visit and explore. The best time to visit would be in the spring, summer, or fall as it can get pretty chilly in the winter (below freezing) but the other seasons are pleasant and make for a great trip. The city itself is made up of several small neighbourhoods that have their own vibes so be sure to check out several of them to get the full experience. We personally recommend you spend time in Prague with its little cafes and bars filled with friendly Czechs (and lots of great beer).

Getting There

Flight options to Prague are available with most airlines, the popular ones being Czech Airlines, EasyJet, Ryanair and Smartwings. You can easily get a flight to Prague whether you are travelling from Florida, India, Costa Rica, Cuba or Hawaii. Václav Havel Airport Prague also known as the Prague Ruzyně International Airport is the international airport of Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic. Canadians can get non stop flights to Prague from Montreal.