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Whether you want to spend your holidays in Prague, sample the Prague nightlife or hold your stag or hen party, you really could not go wrong with a Prague weekend break.
Prague in Czech Republic is a beautiful city filled with culture & diversity and the Prague nightlife is legendary with music and movie stars frequenting for the fun and lifestyle. There are many nightclubs and bars around and some recommended places are Club Mecca, Karlovy Lazne, Duplex, Stonx, Zlaty Strom Bar & Club, Roxy Dance Club and Radost FX in Wenceslas Square, at the city's centre.
Party the night away to Funky House, RnB, Hip Hop and whatever else takes your fancy, but be prepared to have fun and party the night away with people from across the world and enjoy the nightlife and party vibe of this wonderful city.
Eating out in Prague is a great experience and the standards are high with prices very good compared with the UK. Recommended are Club Mecca Restaurant, Radost FX's vegetarian restaurant and for something special try Palffy Palace Restaurant
Hotels in Prague can cater for all styles, taste and budget and amongst all the options available is the Hotel Duo Prague which is a large four star hotel with several bars and restaurants that will satisfy most tastes.
Prague entertainment really is second to none. Whether you want to shopping, sightseeing, party the night away, go to a shooting range or even take a trip on the river, you will be guaranteed an amazing experience in this popular destination.
Getting there is easy and if you book early you can easily get a cheap flight to Prague. You can fly to Prague with British Airways, Easyjet, Expedia, Opodo and many more travel companies and you'll discover why so many people come to this great European city.
Prague is also Europe's strip-capital and if your into lap dancing and strip clubs there are some very classy clubs that have a strict no-touch policy which is great for stag or hen parties which are a common occurrence in Prague all year round.
The currency in Prague is the Czech Crown (czk). The Czech Republic should be joining the Euro zone in 2010.
The Euro is accepted in some hotels and restaurants, along with certain international shops. However, we recommend holding Czech Crowns, as the majority of establishments will only accept the local currency.
Neha Sharma shares his views about Weekend Breaks In Prague.For more information please visit http://www.praguetours.co.uk.