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Prague Packages

Duration Price
Gems of Europe | FREE Prague Tour13 days & 12 nights
INR 2,26,500
Germany Poland Tour Package15 days & 14 nights
INR 1,40,000
Germany and Austria Tour Package9 days & 8 nights
INR 92,000
Prague Vienna and Budapest Tour Package7 days & 6 nights
INR 1,19,500
Eastern Europe Tour Package From Mumbai8 days & 7 nights
INR 1,10,999
Central Europe Tour Package15 days & 14 nights
INR 4,77,000

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With a string of Prague tour packages, Thrillophilia is all set to present you with one of the most delightful trips of the city of Hundred Spires. Keeping your tastes, preferences, and budget in mind, we offer countless packages with complimentary discounts, and work towards making your vacay a winsome experience.

Our Prague packages let you spend the week visiting irresistible historical sites, UNESCO world heritage sites, and delving into the city’s unique culture. For instance, you can book our Hop on Hop off Prague package that involves seeing the whole of the Czech city atop a double-decker bus. Or, you can book our bestseller tour of the Karlstejn Castle at big discounts. We, at Thrillophilia, will not just personalize your chosen package as per your wishes and fancies, but to add to the exquisiteness, we can also present you with theme-based Prague packages.

With our Prague holiday package, you get to spend your Czech holidays in style while making truckloads of special memories that you will never want to part with. So, spend time in the Prague Castle, take selfies at the John Lennon wall, and grab a chilled beer while exploring the city aboard a boat on the Vltava River.

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Which are the best places to visit in Prague?

1. Wenceslas Square: Named after Bohemia’s patron saint, the Wenceslas Square is one of major inclusions in the Prague tour packages because it is home to boundless architectural treasures, and the National Museum. You can see the saint’s statue here and may also come across major demonstrations and fun celebrations being done here.

2. The Municipal House: If you have booked your Prague tour packages to witness some Nouveau Art then you cannot miss the Municipal House in Prague. That is because it houses some of the largest venues of concert, Smetana Hall, and is known for its exclusive interior, a sumptuous façade, and glass windows.

3. The Strahov Monastery and Library: The most exciting destination in your Prague tour packages is going to be the The Strahov Monastery and Library that is not just Prague’s oldest monastery but houses two beautifully adorned Baroque libraries. So do not miss out on the rare manuscripts from the Theological library and exquisite ceiling of the Philosophical library painted by Franz Anton Maulbertsch.

4. St Nicholas Church: If you just booked your Prague tour packages then there are plenty of reasons for you to visit the St. Nicholas Church. This church built by the Jesuits during the eighteenth century is known for its 19th century chandelier, massive Baroque paintings by Karel Skreta, and a splendid interior.

5. The Dancing House: The most exceptional modern creation by Frank Gehry is a structure of two towers adjoining each other with unique curves resembling two figures dancing. The destination of the Dancing House on your Prague tour packages is not to be missed if you are an architecture enthusiast.

6. Powder Tower: One of the main gates into Prague’s old town, the Powder Tower, is an indispensable addition to your Prague tour packages. That is because a covered bridge connects the 17th century tower and the spiral staircase of 186 steps running up till the gallery, promises stunning views of the Old Town.

7. Old Town Hall and the Astronomical Clock: These touristy gems of the historic Old Town Hall and the wonderful 15th-century Astronomical Clock on your Prague tour packages is going to give an ancient vibe that is unmatchable. So, In the Old Town Hall do not miss on 1381-built Chapel’s Gothic doorway, old prison, and art exhibits.

8. Prague Castle: In the Hradcany neighborhood of Prague, witness the residence of the kings of Bohemia after you have booked your Prague tour packages. The Prague Castle is one of the largest castle complexes and fortresses that demands considerable tour time. The fact that you can visit a majority of tourist sites like the Golden Lane, Powder Tower, and Vitus Cathedral, all within the walls, bears testimony of its hugeness.

9. Charles Bridge: On your Prague packages, you are likely to come across one of Europe’s most recognizable bridges built during the 13th century. This bridge is mainly popular for the fine old statues. Spectacular sunset views at night, and the fact that the structure has immense strength because (135797531) builders laid the initial stone of the bridge.

10. Spanish Synagogue: If you have recently booked your Prague packages then Spanish Synagogue that sits right in the ancient Jewish Quarter’s old town is a must visit. This breathtaking feature is sure to flutter your hearts given its moorish-style features, gold ornate tilework, hand-painted Islamic motifs, and stained windows.

Which are the best adventure things to do in Prague?

1. Reach Prague Castle hiking through Chotkovy Sady: The most adventurous thing to do in Prague is to hike through the urban public park of Chotkovy Sady and reach the Prague Castle only to be amazed by the castle’s stunning views.

2. Spot wildlife at the Prague Zoo: If you are a wildlife enthusiast and are an adventurer who loves setting forth into the wildest wild, then you cannot miss out on the Prague Zoo. Here you can catch a glimpse of a plethora of wildlife species like the giant Chinese Salamanders, red pandas, and crown turtles.

3. Scratch your own head seeing Franz Kafka’s motorized head: If you admire the works of Franz Kafka the Czech writer, then you cannot miss the twisted motorized replica of Kafka’s head, that needs to be seen to have the mind boggled. This installation outside the Quadrio mall will leave your heads in a tizzy and will be a part of your Prague holiday package.

4. Experience the electrifying nightlife of Prague: The underground clubs, and live music atmosphere is crazy in Prague. Therefore, book your Prague holiday package just to soak in the vibe of the electrifying nightlife. You must check in any of the bars like the Bombay Bar or James Dean Bar and experience the thrill like a fervent night owl.

5. Climb 299 steps at the Petrin hill: Standing tall and erect with a height of 63.5 meters on the Vltava River’s banks, the iconic and architectural masterpiece, Petrin Tower will offer you panoramic views of the full city of Prague, all from the rooftop. And climbing 299 steps to reach the top will not just set your heart racing, but the dozen attractions on top will impress you like none.

6. Grab a bottle of beer and go boating on the Vltava River: The coolest and fun thing to do when in Prague is to revel in its beauty by getting on water. Yes, since drinking is permitted in public, you can grab a beer, jump on board of the boat with a floating bar, and get moored along the river.

7. Try mountain biking: One of the best ways to explore the city’s hidden beauty, and amazing jungles is through the numerous mountain biking trails In Prague. And, if you are booking your Prague packages, then make sure you try mountain biking through alleys in the difficult terrains of green hills.

8. Catch the sundown from a million spots: There are myriad reasons to catch the Prague sunset from a gazillion spots mainly because it is exceptional. So, we recommend that you head to the Riegrovy Sady for a marvelous sunset and then catch the light rays from St Vitus Cathedral’s spires that protrude from the Prague Castle’s walls. Yes, it’s incredible because the light spiraling across the sky changes the river’s vibrant hues majestically.

9. Have your mind blown at the Bone Church (Sedlec Ossuary): This one is just a quick train ride away from Prague, but when booking your Prague packages, make sure you do not miss this as a day trip. The Sedlec Ossuary is a site of a world heritage that ought to blow your mind given the fact that the remains of humans (bones) that perished during the pandemic of Black Plague, adorns the entire interior.

How to reach Prague?

- By Air: You can take a flight to Prague and this is the easiest way to reach the Czech city. Most international flights arrive at the Vaclav Havel Airport that has two terminals for passengers.

- By Train: There are many services of train offering direct transfer to the several destinations of Czech Republic.

- By Road: If you are staying in the nearby European cities like Zurich, Vienna, Brussels, Paris, or London, you can easily book a bus from these international cities to reach Prague.

What is the best time to visit Prague?

Fall and spring are the best times to visit Prague. That is because early fall and spring present mild weather, and thus there are lesser crowds. Usually warmer months call for higher temperatures and also a larger rush of tourists.

And that contributes to soaring rates of hotels. But, if you make your bookings during the months of September, May or April, you will find lesser crowds, and mild weather that is perfect for sightseeing.

How much does a trip to Prague cost?

A trip to the Czech city of Prague would approximately cost anywhere between 70,000 to 100,000 INR per person for a holiday that spans four to five days. And, If you are booking your tours with Thrillophilia then within this budget all the major activities and attractions will be covered.

How many days do you need in Prague?

If you are on a short trip and are pressed for time, then to see the whole of Prague, you will not need more than four to five days. That is because it is a walkable city with options of better trips during the day, and is also smaller compared to other cities.

Is Prague safe to visit right now?

Yes, Prague is safe to visit at the moment, because the rate of brutal and violent crimes is low. And, the majority of areas in Prague can be explored on foot as the city is comparatively safer to walk around after sundown. But, be careful of petty crimes like pickpocketing in crowded tourist areas.

Is Prague or Budapest better?

If you have less time in hand, then Prague is one of the best choices as the city is a small and walkable one with stellar options of day trips. And, if you are an ardent food lover with comparatively more time in hand, then Budapest can be your jam.

How do I get a tourist visa for Prague?

You need a Schengen visa for visiting any European country and also because Prague falls in the Schengen zone. Choose the purpose of travel after you have figured your visa type.

Apply three months prior to your travel in the VAC/consulate or embassy. Collect your necessary documents, appoint an interview at the center of visa application, and attend the interview. Pay your visa fee and wait for the visa processing.

Do Indian passport holders need a visa for Prague?

Yes, Indian passport holders need a visa for travel in Prague. And the visa is permitted for a travel period of less than ninety days.

How long does it take to get a visa for Prague?

The standard time for visa processing is 15 day from the day of application to the Czech Republican Embassy. But, for other factors like non submission of documents or other justified reasons, visa processing may take thirty to sixty days.

Which are the most beautiful architectural buildings in Prague?

1. Kinsky Palace: Kinsky Palace is known for its white Rococo and attractive pink façade, located in the Old Town square.

2. Powder tower: Powder Tower is a tall gothic tower of 65 meters is one of the 13 gates to the Prague city. It is studded with scriptures and derives its name from the use it provided as a gunpowder store.

3. St George’s Basilica: St George’s Basilica is one of the most splendid Basilicas with a Romanesque interior of stone, semi-circular arches, and a cross vaulted impressive ceiling.

4. Dancing House: The most popular contemporary to concession architecture has to be the Dancing House that has a restaurant on the top floor and uncannily unique curvaceous outlines.

5. St Wenceslas Church: This reinforced concrete white church is pretty as a picture with a beautifully slender bell tower and stepped roof.

6. Municipal House: This Art Nouveau structure is known for the gilded decorations, elaborate mosaics, stained windows of glass, and a sumptuous interior with a glass-domed concert hall.

7. Zizkov TV Tower: The tallest architectural landmark with a whopping 216 meters of height has giant babies sculpted on it. It is used as an observatory of meteorological needs.

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