Located on the outskirts of prague with excellent transport links into the centre. Plenty to explore in the local area and only an hour away from the unesco site kutna hora.
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Campsite Prague Czech Republic
Campsites in Prague are highly recommended for lovers of city excursions. Prague is one the most beautiful cities in Europe, boasting an array of towers, castles, churches and quaint squares. Why not combine these sights with relaxation and choose a campsite surrounded by beautiful green countryside? As you will discover, Prague is worthy of its nickname ‘the Golden City’.
Campsites in Prague: camping in a metropolitan city
The history of the ‘city of a hundred towers’ traces its roots back thousands of years, so you can only imagine the amazing things you will discover here. A campsite in Prague is also the perfect location for an active holiday:
- Hiking and cycling
The River Vltava forms the perfect route for cycling. Prague is also surrounded by beautiful countryside which is ideal for hiking. The city of Prague itself also offers some fantastic walking routes.
- Prague’s environs – the Bohemian Forest
The Bohemian Forest is a low mountain range situated on the borders of Austria, Germany and the Czech Republic. Austria, Germany and the Czech Republic. It is highly recommended for a visit from your campsite. Bohemia is the Czech region in which most of the forest itself is located.
Campsites in Prague provide plenty of opportunity for enjoyment. Relax with a book outside your tent or caravan while your children amuse themselves. Campsites in Prague typically offer swimming pools, sports pitches and play areas.
Sights in Prague
The magnificent Czech capital offers its visitors a wealth of sights. Prague boasts an ancient town centre featuring the Old Town Square with its astronomical clock plus a variety of museums and activities allowing you to uncover the history of the city.
Make sure to visit Prague Castle, the largest enclosed castle grounds in the world, the famous Saint Vitus Cathedral, Charles Bridge and Wenceslas Square. If you fancy dining out during your camping holiday, Prague is a real gem when it comes to culinary offerings, with a wealth of great cafés and restaurants.
Prague boasts culture in abundance, but there are a variety of other day excursions on offer during your holiday. With Zoo Praha on your doorstep, the city is also a great destination for children.
The beautiful trees bird watching local friendly business
Close to prague centre some good restaurants in walking distance from camp