Prague – A Luxury Travel Guide

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Prague is a city that incorporates different lifestyles with ease. It is the perfect backpacker destination with its lovely hostels and cheap food, but simultaneously, the city promises some of the most luxurious abodes that guarantee a stay to remember. Art, history, culture, and traditions collide in the stunning capital of the Czech Republic to give its visitors some of the most exciting sights in Europe. The city’s riverside location adds a whole new perspective to its elegance, adding a hint of drama and splendour to the surroundings. The most surprising part about Prague is that it manages to incorporate the ethos and sophistication of both Western and Eastern Europe in a cute little package that is hard to resist.

A luxurious visit to Prague is full of beautiful location, good food, and a lavish stay. Unlike some of the other metropolitan cities of the continent, Prague is relatively cheaper, and this makes splurging out a whole lot easier.


A city that is as charming as it is opulent, luxury hotel options in Prague are aplenty and each one as impressive as the other. For a luxury weekend in Prague, you can stay in a clock tower at the Augustine Hotel or wander the streets of the Old Town for a stylish stay in Hotel Josef. Hotel Josef is a beautiful boutique property where the simplicity of the rooms juxtaposes wonderfully with the old architecture of the city around it.


Prague, packed with attractive tourist spots, is a great place to walk around and discover. However, an exclusive way to see the city is by hiring a local, private guide for the day. Not only do they know more about Czech culture, but can also share hidden gems, such as the Manifesto Market and the Tesnov Graffiti Wall, in Prague that many people miss out during their visit. So, whether it is the Astronomical Clock, the Charles Bridge, or the Prague Castle you want to see, having a local by your side can make all the difference.


There’s nothing more luxuriant than spending some time in a casino, and Prague has quite a few of them. It is for this reason that the city is considered one of the hottest gambling destinations with some of the finest European casinos. Among the most popular establishments in the town are Casino Banco, Viva, and Ambassador. Do remember that the casinos here take playing seriously and typically have a strict code which means you have to dress up nicely to play.

What’s the point of spending your well-earned money and not saving those memories in a more visual and physical form? Photography enthusiasts typically have a nice DSLR with them to take photos of themselves and their loved ones, but often that special moment is lost when fiddling around with the camera. Instead, hire a local photographer who can move around the city with you and click those oh-so-beautiful profile pictures that catch you in your most natural and smiling state. Moreover, local photographers are aware of the best spots and act as guides to some of the most Instagrammable places in Prague.

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