Prague - Czech Republic




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PRAGUE is one of the best cultural attractions of central Europe. Whether you are visiting the city for the first time or returning for another visit you are sure of a warm welcome.

Due to the size of the city, wherever you are staying you’re never far from the action and all our hotels are centrally located. Wenceslas Square in the heart of the city is ideal for savouring the atmosphere with its numerous cafes, shops, bars, cafes, underground beer halls, wine cellars, night-clubs and restaurants. Beer prices are amongst the lowest in Europe and the Czechs are the biggest drinkers in the world!

Prague Football Tours

Twenty years since the fall of communism, Prague has changed unrecognisably. It has become a place which every year attracts more than 4 million tourists and is one of the most visited cities in Europe.  It couldn’t be more different to the days when it had nothing more to offer than historical buildings!  You can now enjoy wandering through Prague’s streets, visiting seasonal markets, drop in for a theatre performance or just sit and soak up the atmosphere in one of its many cafes or bars.

Charles Bridge & Wencelas Square are at the top of any visitor’s list to Prague or you many fancy a visit to Prague Castle, a World Heritage Site and one of Prague’s most important cultural institutions, or Saint Vitus Cathedral, the largest and most important religious buildings in Prague. Whatever you do in Prague, you will be sure of a great welcome.

Football Tournaments

Prague Barrel Tournament

Tournament 11th - 15th June 2015


Friendly Match Arrangements

Football in the Czech Republic is excellent. The sport has vastly improved at all levels over the past few years and the best thing of all is that they love to play the British, which means you can be sure of a great reception ! There are a few tournaments available but most teams travel to play 1 or 2 friendly fixtures. Football facilities in the Czech Republic are of a good standard and no park football will be provided. Most clubs have their own clubhouse, changing facilities and are on private grounds.


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. A modern restaurant with a variety of Czech and International cuisine, as well as a licensed bar which is open 24 hours. Close to the hotel there is an indoor and outdoor swimming pool, sauna/steam room, fitness centre and minigolf.

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SAVE UP TO £19pp When you book before 30th Nov Call 01708 344001 for details