Flights from Cork to Prague on board SWISS’s spacious and comfortable airliners, or those of our partner airlines, and we will quickly transport you from Ireland to the Czech Republic in style.
As one of Europe’s biggest cities, Prague is a city of countless wonders and there is certainly no lack of incredible sights to be seen in the European Union’s 14th largest city. Whether it is the food, the architecture or the most authentic European atmosphere for which you have come, you will not be disappointed with your choice of travel destination. The moderate climate in Prague makes it a great choice for travel any time of the year, with cool – but not too cold – winters, and summers that are not too hot.
The Czech Republic’s largest city
If you are visiting Prague for its architecture, you will not be let down in the slightest by sites such as Prague Castle or St. Vitus Cathedral. This massive cathedral, with its high-flying spires, today serves as an amazing example of 14th century Gothic architecture. In Prague, you will also discover one of the world’s oldest astronomical clocks – the Prague Astronomical Clock. This city is home to a considerable number of historic bridges that span its river, including the famous Charles Bridge.
And if this is not already enough to keep you busy, museum-goers will be pleased to discover Prague’s collection of art and historic galleries featuring many antiquities and works of art. Furthermore, Czech cuisine is not to be missed. Prague can claim some of the greatest culinary traditions in the world, as well as a few the finest restaurants in Europe including Allegro, Alcron or La Degustation Bohême Bourgeoise – all Michelin starred venues. Complete your meals with some of the city’s top brews with beers by Staropramen or Y Flek?.
- The Charles Bridge
- Famous restaurants such as Allegro or Alcron
- The Powder Tower
- St. Vitus Cathedral
- Milunic’s and Gehry’s Dancing House
- The Old Town district with its classical architecture and the Astronomical Clock