Prague - 4N
Prague - 2N, Vienna - 2N, Salzburg - 2N
Prague - 2N, Munich - 2N, Berlin - 2N, Frankfurt - 2N
Prague - 3N, Budapest - 3N
Prague - 3N, Warsaw - 2N, Munich - 2N
Prague - 3N, Vienna - 3N, Budapest - 3N
When you are here just immerse yourself in the spectacular views from the iconic Charles Bridge. Walking across this bridge is a must if you are visiting Prague for the first time. Charles Bridge is built across the Vltava River and connects Mala Strana to Old Prague Center. The bridge has a historical significance and houses thirty barbeque styled statues. Walking through the Charles Bridge is indeed an unforgettable experience and will rejuvenate your soul during this chilly month.
Prague Castle is a major attraction in the City of Thousand Spires. According to the Guinness Book of World Records, this historic castle is the largest in the world. The castle complex is built in the 9th century but it still holds the charm. This castle is an impressive work of architecture and in the chilly November, it often looks like a wonderland. The castle ground is dominated by the St. Vitus Cathedral. The Gothic spires, arches and gargoyles are one of the most fascinating sights that you will be witnessing here.
Old Town Square in Prague is one of the most remarkable squares in entire Europe. The historical Gothic buildings are the highlight of this place. The Old Town Hall Tower was built in the 14th century and sits in the heart of the square. It is the highest tower in the Old Town and dominates the skyline. There are elevators and stairs that can take you to the top of the tower and you can enjoy a panoramic view of the city. Do not forget to have a cup of mulled wine from the nearby shops that will immediately warm you up after this visit.
If you want to get a picturesque view of the Vltava River and its bridges, a visit to the Letna Park is a must. Head to the park and from there you can capture some of the stunning shots of the city. If you want to immerse in such incredible views, you can also visit the Petrin Hill or go for a trip to the Riegrovy Sady.
Czech Republic tour package lets you enjoy the chill of autumn in Prague in November. Also, some of the most interesting events take place during this time and you might even witness the year's first snowfall. So, head to Prague and experience this charm that would definitely soothe your wanderlust spirit.