Be mesmerised by Prague’s incandescent skyline aboard a luxury boat on the River Vltava. Sail past famous city landmarks such as the sprawling Prague Castle, the ancient arches of Charles Bridge and the Dancing House on the busy Rašínovo embankment while gorging on a scrumptious Czech buffet dinner hosted by multilingual hosts. The spacious riverboat features beautiful floor-to-ceiling windows that allow you to drink in the gothic charm of the illuminated city.
With its enchanting hilltop castle and towering astronomical clock, the Czech Republic’s capital Prague is one damsel in distress short of being the backdrop of a fairytale. Home to 1.2 million residents who lived through its dark communist reign before the fall of the Velvet Revolution in 1989, Prague tells its story through its gothic attractions, unique restaurants and enticing fables that bounce of the walls of its winding Labyrinthine streets.
Today, the charmingly bohemian city is lined with fiddlers, painters, tapestry-makers and writers galore and boasts the birthplace of iconic Jewish storyteller Franz Kafka. Bisected by the River Vltava, where legend has it an evil catfish-riding sprite called Vodnik prayed on locals by enticing them into the water using brightly-coloured ribbons, Prague has morphed into a bustling metropolis with plenty of great things to do—and there are loads of tours that will help you explore it.