Prague is an excellent destination for a hockey tour as there are several clubs in the area and it is easy to arrange friendly matches. The city itself has excellent cultural attractions and is an exciting place for a night out! With some of the cheapest beer in Europe you will enjoy the local hospitality - all our teams tell us how welcoming the locals were.
Hockey in the Czech Republic is a growing sport with decent astroturf facilities. Friendly fixtures can be organised throughout the season, but we recommend travelling at the end of August for pre-season tours, or if you'd rather travel at the end of the season we suggest travelling between March and May.
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Hotels (twin, double, triple, quad – Bed and breakfast).
The Hotel Slavia is one of our regular hotels and is situated in a quiet part of Prague, surrounded by a lot of sporting activity yet still close to the City Centre. The hotel offers twin and triple rooms all with private facilities. The hotel has a modern restaurant with a variety of Czech and International cuisine, as well as a licensed bar which is open 24 hours a day. Close to the hotel there is a indoor and outdoor swimming pool, sauna/steam room, fitness centre and minigolf.
Why not visit some of Prague's great attractions whilst away on tour:
1. The Old Town Square. Despite Prague’s lively history of invasions, the Old Town Square has remained relatively untouched since the 10th Century. Swarms of tourists crowd the historical streets, packing out the alfresco restaurants everyday. The square itself is the perfect place to admire the wonderful architecture Prague has to offer and if that isn’t your thing then the various street performers, musicians and merchants that line the streets here will certainly keep you entertained.
2. Whilst in the Old Town Square, time your visit to the Old Town Hall so that you can watch the spectacle of the mechanical clock marking the turn of an hour. The clock itself is on the south face of the town hall and is the pride of Prague. It was built in the fifteenth century and despite being damaged and repaired during its lifetime, it is widely regarded as the best preserved medieval mechanical clock in the world. The show at the top of the hour never fails to disappoint the many onlookers.
3. Charles Bridge - A simple walk across the 14th Century bridge is one of the most enjoyable and memorable experiences of visiting Prague.
4. Nestled upon the river embankment just underneath the fortress of Vysehrad, gourmets would be wise to visit this farmer’s market, which pops up every weekend blend in with the locals as you experience some of the best food that the city has to offer. The market usually offers seasonal vegetables, freshly baked bread and cakes, pickles and preserves along with sausages and other specialist meats. Enjoy your bounty whilst sitting by the riverside and watching the people of Prague go about their Saturdays.