Prague Vacation Deals

Deals for everyone

Explore Prague

Where to stay in Prague

Where to stay in Prague

Although Prague is a small capital city, there are countless tourist attractions. The best part is that its attractions are within walking distance. The city is divided into numbered districts to help visitors find their way around.

Read travel guide

  • Malá Strana

    Malá Strana (Little Quarter in District 1) is one of the the ideal areas to stay for all travellers who want to be in the centre of historical Prague and enjoy a laid-back, quiet atmosphere. It’s perfect for romantic vacations and quiet city breaks and is just a few minutes’ walk from the landmark Old Town Square. It’s on the Prague Castle side of the Vltava River, so you’ll be close to the famous ninth-century Gothic cathedral.

  • Staré Mesto

    You can also stay in Prague’s Old Town (Staré Mesto, District 2) if you want to be close to the city’s most famous sights, such as Prague Castle, Charles Bridge and Wenceslas Square. If it’s your first visit, it’s a good choice. Here you can find the impressive Astronomical Clock, the Church of Our Lady before Týn and many other remarkable monuments and buildings. This is the perfect place for a walking tour or to visit the Christmas and Easter markets. Make sure you also visit Josefov, off Old Town, which is the old Jewish Quarter.

  • K+K Hotel Central Prague

    Hilton Old Town will have you positioned perfectly to explore. Possible accommodation options include the K+K Hotel Central Prague, which has a suitably romantic Bohemian feel.

  • Nové Město

    The neighbouring Nové Město (New Town, District 3) is a 700-year-old neighbourhood around Wenceslas Square. This is the perfect place if you’re looking for churches, art, good food and drink. It’s centrally located, within walking distance of all the attractions, and well connected to the metro and tram. If you’re looking for a more luxe travel experience, you won’t be disappointed with the hotels in this area. Try EA Hotel for a convenient place to stay.

Frequently asked questions

When packing for a trip to Prague, don't forget the essentials like your visa, passport, chargers, camera, some Czech Koruna and the correct power adaptor. Clothing wise, check out the seasonality guides and pack to suit the conditions - aka plenty of layers for winter and lighter options for summer. Other necessities include a walking shoes, hat, sunglasses and a good pair of jeans. No, seriously, jeans are the ultimate European travel accessory, effortlessly taking you from strolls along cobblestoned streets to late nights testing your beer-drinking capacity.


The Czech Republic’s charming capital, Prague, offers travellers a bounty of interesting experiences and beautiful accommodation options. Most travellers opt to stay in locations like Stare Mesto, Josefov, Mala Strana and Vinohrady.


Life happens - we get it! Read more here:


Prague’s peak season runs throughout summer, from June to August, when travellers can enjoy warm weather and long days. If you’re keen to avoid the crowds without the force of winter, consider heading over between April and June or September and October.


Spend your time in Prague exploring the untapped supply of Baroque, Gothic and Renaissance architecture that frames must-see attractions like the Astronomical Clock and Prague Castle. As one of Europe’s cheaper cities, you can splash some cash with a spot of shopping in Wenceslas Square and the Jewish Quarter before settling down to enjoy the city’s one true love - beer.


Flight Centre's travel experts have been to Prague more times than we can count, and have worked hard to curate the best Prague vacation packages on the market. Sign up to get the hottest deals sent straight to your phone & emails here. You can also check out our deals online, or speak to one of our Travel Experts.


...loading

Create your own trip

Flight Centre

© Flight Centre Travel Group (Canada) Inc.

*Conditions apply. Prices are in CAD. All advertised prices include taxes & fees. Air travel in economy class unless otherwise stated. Package, cruise, tour, rail & hotel prices are per person, based on double occupancy for total length of stay unless otherwise stated. All-inclusive vacations include airfare on a per person basis. Prices are for select departure dates and are accurate and subject to availability at advertising deadline, errors and omissions excepted, and subject to change. Taxes & fees due in destination are additional and include, but not limited to, local car rental charges & taxes, one-way rental drop fees which are to be paid upon arrival, resort fees & charges, and airline baggage fees. Additional important conditions and supplier terms may apply. For full terms and conditions visit please speak with a Flight Centre Travel Consultant. CPBC#2790, TICO#4671384, OPC#702971.

Future Travel Credit Terms & Conditions | Green Policy | Anti-Spam Policy