Every person who buys the deal (£0 price point) gets a chance to win a three-night trip to Prague for 2 adults. Accommodation with daily breakfast will be provided at one of the two featured centrally-located four-star hotels.
Situated east of the Vltava River, Hotel U Divadla invites travellers to explore Prague’s cobblestone streets, historic buildings, and delight in local Czech culture. Spacious rooms are decked out in rich fabrics of gold and myrtle green, and come fitted with carpeted floors, satellite TVs, Internet access and minibars. The Art Nouveau-style U Divadla Restaurant awaits travellers with the taste for good international and traditional local cuisine, while coffee and Bohemian desserts can be enjoyed at the cafe bar.
Nestled close to the historical centre of Prague, just down the hill from the medieval Vyšehrad castle, the four-star Art Noveau-style Union Hotel invites holidaymakers to discover the bustling lifestyle and the attractions of Prague. The well-appointed, air-conditioned rooms are fitted with TVs, hairdryers, minibars and en suite bathrooms. Guests can enjoy a selection of savoury dishes and sweet treats at the onsite restaurant and bakery and, when not exploring the capital, visit the on-site spa and treat themselves to a relaxation treatment.
How To Enter
- Just click ‘Buy!’ to enter the prize draw to have a chance to win the trip for 2 adults
- Only one winner will be selected and only one holiday can be won
- Groupon will contact the winners and provide Bargain Late Holidays their contact details (telephone number and email address)
- The prize draw will end on 10 Feb 2019 11:59pm. Winners will be notified by 12 Feb 2019.
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Groupon’s Guide To Prague
The capital city of the Czech Republic has played an important role in the history of Europe, while its unique character is derived from the city’s architecture mirroring in the River Vltava. Old and new intertwine in parks, grand palaces and church spires, while townhouse ground floors lure visitors with high-fashion boutiques, restaurants and bars.
Strolling through the winding alleyways with red slate rooftops and historic quarters of the Old Town district, just south of where the river bends beneath the Letenské Sady Park, travellers can discover a wealth of Czech restaurants, while a healthy choice of traditional watering holes graces the streets of the New Town. At the National Marionette Theatre, guests can catch a traditional puppet performance, while a trip to Prague Castle offers an aerial view of The City of a Hundred Spires. For more architectural wonders, visitors can pop down to the Baroque-styled St. Nicholas Church or see the Gothic Powder Tower, one of Prague’s most important medieval monuments.
The weather in Prague varies according to seasons. Maximum temperatures during the warm summer season range between 22°C and 25°C. Although summer is the wettest time of the year, the season witnesses more than seven hours of sunshine per day, suitable for leisurely activities and exploring the city. Autumn brings a chilly feeling among travellers with November featuring temperatures of about 7°C, while from December until February winter comes in town bringing sometimes negative temperatures. March is the first spring month that marks the beginning of a warm season.