September Guide To Prague

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Prague is one of the oldest cities in Europe and is known for its romance, historic architecture, and culture. Prague has also become one of the most cosmopolitan traveling destinations in Central Europe, so if it wasn’t on your bucket list before, then it should be now. We have the lowdown.

Where to stay:

BoHo Hotel
This trendy, boutique hotel is ideal for a long weekend. It is perfectly situated just a 5-minute walk from Prague’s Old Town. A former Art Deco post office, this hotel’s modern, new look is definitely luxurious, and features a state of the art spa and gym. After a long day of sight seeing, head to the the jacuzzi or indulge in a deep tissue massage.

Augustine Hotel
The Augustine Hotel, just embodies tradition and character. The original building dates as far back as 1284 which, makes this place worth staying at. The cozy rooms are located on the upper levels of the old monastery which used to house the monk’s old living quarters. You really feel like you have taken a trip back in time here.

Where to eat:

Sisters Bistro
While you are there, you must delight in traditional Czech food. Look no further than the female-owned Sisters Bistro. It has become one of the most talked about and Instagrammed foodie spots in Prague, and for good reason too, the two chefs take traditional food, and give it a modern twist, using organic and artisan ingredients. You are in for a treat.

Puro
If you are looking for veggie or vegan options, then start your day with breakfast at Puro, a hip bistro in the  heart of the city. The food at Puro is 100% raw and vegan, using seasonal and local ingredients. Their coffee and fresh smoothies are totally delicious.

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