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Discover the enchanting beauty of Prague. Explore a medieval city that is a testament to resilience and splendour.

Embark on a journey to the heart of Bohemia as you charter a private jet with GlobeAir to Prague. In this city, the tapestry of history is blended into the embodiment of luxury.

Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic, is a city steeped in history and culture. With its well-preserved medieval architecture, the city looks like it's been lifted straight from a fairy tale. Visitors are enchanted by its Gothic cathedrals, Baroque palaces, and the famous Charles Bridge that spans the Vltava River.

Dubbed the "City of a Hundred Spires," Prague is a historical marvel in Central Europe, renowned for its Gothic architecture, astronomical clock, and the Vltava River that meanders through its core. The city's Old Town is a UNESCO World Heritage site, offering a window into the grandeur of bygone eras.

Charter a private jet with GlobeAir to Prague and alight at the exclusive private jet terminal of Václav Havel Airport Prague (IATA: PRG, ICAO: LKPR). As you arrive, the panoramic vistas of Prague's skyline, punctuated by medieval spires and modern steel, invite you into a kingdom where ancient history and modern-day luxury converge.

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Why visit Prague?

Enveloped in the allure of the Renaissance and Baroque eras, Prague presents a unique fusion of historical magnificence and natural charm, making it an enchanting destination for any traveller.

Prague's moniker, the "City of a Hundred Spires," is derived from the countless towers that outline its skyline, offering a view that seems conjured from the pages of a storybook. The city's charm is palpable along every stone-paved lane and in the shadows of its historic edifices.

At the heart of the city lies the Old Town Square, a UNESCO World Heritage site and a living canvas displaying Prague's storied past. Wander around the square, gaze up at the Astronomical Clock, and visit the St. Vitus Cathedral, all narrators of the city's fabled history.

Art lovers will be drawn to Prague's rich tapestry of cultural offerings, from the National Gallery's vast collection to the modern art installations at DOX Centre for Contemporary Art, showcasing the city's artistic legacy.

Indulge in the opulence of Prague's boutique shops, where luxury is not just offered but celebrated. From Paris Street to the Palladium shopping centre, each venue offers an exclusive array of high fashion, exquisite jewellery, and Czech glasswork.

The Vltava River offers a serene escape from the city's lively pace. Embark on a tranquil river cruise, or savour a quiet moment by the water's edge as dusk falls and the cityscape is set ablaze with the warm glow of streetlights and reflections on the water.

Leisure travel

Prague is a destination that offers diverse attractions year-round.

Some highlights include:

  • Explore Prague Castle: Nestled in the Hradcany district, this monumental complex has been a cornerstone of Czech heritage for centuries. It claims the title of the world's most extensive continuous castle area, spanning nearly 70,000 square meters. As a UNESCO World Heritage site, it encompasses palaces, sacred structures, and formidable defences. Within its walls lie a treasure chest of artistic and historic monuments, such as the majestic St. Vitus Cathedral and the quaint Golden Lane.
  • Stroll Across Charles Bridge: Linking the Old Town with the charming Malá Strana, this historic bridge is lined with an array of statues in a baroque manner, all replicas of the original 18th-century masterpieces. As you cross, enjoy the lively atmosphere and scenic views of the flowing Vltava River, accompanied by the creative flair of local artisans and musicians.
  • Watch the Astronomical Clock Strike an Hour: Set in the heart of the Old Town Square, the Prague Astronomical Clock is a timekeeping wonder dating back to the early 15th century, making it the oldest astronomical clock still in operation. Join the hourly assembly of onlookers for the delightful mechanical parade of the Twelve Apostles, a captivating spectacle of time-honoured craftsmanship.
  • Discover the Old Town Square: This vibrant plaza is a mosaic of architectural marvels from various periods. It's home to the imposing Gothic spires of the Church of Our Lady before Týn, the ornate baroque St. Nicholas Church, and a kaleidoscope of baroque and Renaissance shows. The square buzzes with the energy of performers, vendors, and al fresco dining.
  • Venture to the Jewish Quarter: The Jewish Quarter, or Josefov, is a district rich with centuries of history. It is the site of the venerable Old Jewish Cemetery and several synagogues, including the beautifully adorned Spanish Synagogue. The area is a testament to the enduring legacy and culture of the Jewish community in Prague.
  • Take a Vltava River Cruise: Cruise along the waters of the Vltava for a serene viewpoint of Prague's iconic landmarks. From the comfort of your cruise, witness the majesty of Prague Castle, the storied Charles Bridge, and the elegant National Theatre, all while the city's panorama unfolds.
  • Enjoy a Performance at the National Theatre: Prague's National Theatre is a beacon of Czech culture and artistry, housed in a splendid neo-renaissance building. It offers a diverse repertoire of opera, ballet, and drama, showcasing timeless classics and contemporary pieces.
  • Relax in Letná Park: Perched atop a riverbank, Letná Park offers a tranquil escape with sweeping views of the city's skyline. It's a favoured local hangout for various outdoor activities and features the iconic Prague Metronome, a colossal and operational metronome that's a distinctive feature of the park.
  • Sample Czech Cuisine: Czech cuisine is hearty and comforting. Traditional dishes like goulash, svíčková (marinated beef with a creamy sauce), and knedlíky (dumplings) are a must-try. Wash it down with a pint of excellent Czech beer at one of the many taverns or beer gardens.
  • Shop for Bohemian Crystal: Czech crystal is renowned for its high quality and craftsmanship. In Prague, you can find a range of crystal products, from elegant glassware to stunning chandeliers. It's a perfect souvenir or gift that reflects the rich artisan traditions of the region.

The best hotels

Prague offers a range of exquisite accommodations. We recommend:

  • The Grand Mark Prague: Nestled in the heart of Prague, this 5-star hotel is housed in a 17th-century residential palace. The Grand Mark Prague combines classical elegance with modern luxury. Its private garden, a rarity in the city centre, offers a peaceful retreat from the bustling streets. The hotel's rooms and suites blend contemporary comfort with historical charm, featuring high ceilings, period furniture, and modern amenities.
  • Four Seasons Hotel Prague: Situated on the banks of the Vltava River, the Four Seasons Hotel Prague offers a seamless blend of traditional architecture and modern design. Guests can enjoy the enchanting views of the Charles Bridge and Prague Castle. The hotel's interiors are a tribute to the city's historical epochs, with sections representing various architectural styles, including Baroque, Neo-Classical, and modern.
  • Aria Hotel Prague: This music-themed boutique hotel is in the picturesque Mala Strana district. Each room is dedicated to a specific style of music or artist, with thoughtful decor that pays homage to the world's greatest musical legends. The hotel also features a rooftop terrace with stunning city views and a private entrance to the adjacent Vrtba Garden, one of Prague's most beautiful Baroque gardens.
  • Mandarin Oriental, Prague: Housed in a carefully restored monastery dating back to the 14th century, the Mandarin Oriental, Prague marries historical charm with oriental luxury. The hotel's spa is in a former Renaissance chapel, offering a unique wellness experience. The rooms and suites blend Czech aesthetics with Asian touches, overlooking the cobbled streets or the hotel's serene garden.
  • Alchymist Grand Hotel & Spa: Just steps from Prague Castle, this hotel is set in a magnificent Baroque building. The Alchymist Grand Hotel & Spa offers an opulent experience with lavish decor, antique furniture, and grand chandeliers. The Ecsotica Spa and Health Club in the hotel's gothic cellars provide a sumptuous escape for relaxation.
  • The Emblem Hotel: A stone's throw from the Old Town Square, The Emblem Hotel boasts a modern and stylish design. Its rooms offer a chic and comfortable stay, with state-of-the-art amenities and a rooftop terrace that provides panoramic city views. The hotel is also known for its vibrant social scene and the M Lounge, a cosy space for guests to mingle.
  • Augustine, a Luxury Collection Hotel: Located within the walls of a 13th-century monastery, Augustine reflects the historical spirit of Prague. The hotel's design incorporates original architectural features, and the rooms are a tasteful mix of traditional and contemporary elements. The Augustine Restaurant offers a modern take on classic Czech dishes, using seasonal local produce.
  • Hotel Kings Court: This historical, neoclassical building has been transformed into a luxury hotel with elegance and sophistication. Hotel Kings Court is known for its majestic façade and prime location. The hotel features a spa with a stunning mosaic pool, a fine dining restaurant, and rooms with luxurious furnishings and amenities.
  • The Art Nouveau Palace Hotel: An iconic establishment in Prague, this hotel celebrates Art Nouveau design. The Art Nouveau Palace Hotel's interiors are adorned with period details, intricate stuccowork, and elegant fixtures. The guest rooms combine historic elegance with modern comfort, and the hotel's Café Palace is a renowned spot for traditional Czech pastry and coffee.
  • The Golden Well: Tucked away in the cobbled streets below Prague Castle, The Golden Well is an intimate boutique hotel offering personalized service and luxury. The rooms are designed to reflect the romance of the Renaissance period, with attention to detail and comfort. The hotel's restaurant, with its terrace overlooking the city's red roofs and spires, is a highlight for guests seeking a memorable dining experience.

Each hotel offers a unique experience, ensuring your stay in Prague is exceptional. Take advantage of the opportunity to allow the dedicated GlobeAir concierge team to make a reservation before arriving in Prague to ensure you can gain access to these exclusive luxury hotels.

The finest restaurants

Prague is a gastronomic hotspot offering many dining options that cater to every palate. Here are the top restaurant recommendations to consider during your stay:

  • La Degustation Bohême Bourgeoise: Embark on a gastronomic journey at La Degustation Bohême Bourgeoise, where a Michelin-starred experience awaits. This restaurant presents a 7-course feast from two tasting menus, offering a modern twist on Czech cuisine. Old-style Czech classics are reimagined alongside international dishes, promising a culinary adventure that is both authentic and innovative.
  • Alcron Restaurant: Step into the 1930s at the Alcron Restaurant, a Michelin-starred gem with an intimate setting of just 24 seats. Under the guidance of renowned chef Roman Paulus, the Alcron specializes in seafood that is as much a work of art as it is a dining delight. The Art Deco ambience sets the stage for a symphony of flavours that marry tradition with culinary innovation.
  • Mlynec: Mlynec is a testament to the elegance of classical Czech cuisine, redefined by Chef Vladimír Vaníček's innovative culinary techniques. The restaurant's terrace offers a picturesque dining experience with views of the historic Charles Bridge, making it a perfect spot for romantic dinners and celebratory occasions.
  • Kampa Park: Nestled on the banks of the Vltava River, Kampa Park is renowned for its seafood specialities and creative fusion menu. The restaurant boasts various dining areas, including a heated riverside terrace, where guests can enjoy a diverse range of international cuisines against Prague's scenic beauty.
  • Coda, Aria Hotel: Located in the Aria Hotel, Coda offers a unique dining experience with a menu inspired by the finest local produce. Guests can enjoy their meal while overlooking the serene Vinohrady Garden, ensuring a dining experience that is both luxurious and tranquil.
  • Le Grill Restaurant: Situated in the Grand Mark Hotel, Le Grill is a premier destination for steak enthusiasts in Prague. This high-end steakhouse combines stylish interiors with a cosy atmosphere, making it an ideal choice.
  • V Zátiší: V Zatisi stands out as a contemporary fine dining establishment in the heart of Prague. With a bold interior design and a menu that creatively reinterprets Bohemian and Indian dishes, this restaurant offers a dining experience that is both visually and gastronomically stimulating.
  • Aromi: Chef Riccardo Lucque's Aromi restaurant brings the essence of Italian cuisine to Prague. Emphasizing simplicity, tradition, and passion, Aromi delights guests with its focus on seafood and fish.

We recommend allowing our dedicated concierge team to make a reservation before arriving in Prague to ensure you can gain access to these exclusive venues.


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