Prague – The City of a Hundred Spires
Prague has recently become one of Europe’s most popular tourist destinations; this is hardly surprising as the city boasts a unique charm and elegance paralleled by no other country. With architectural gems hidden round every corner of the cobbled streets, and a dark history to uncover, Prague is the perfect city for an incentive tour.
Prague hosts a number of sightseeing options to discover via a range of tours. Whether it’s simply by walking or by more alternative methods such as by Segway. The main sites to see include Prague Castle, overlooking the city; its spires standing proudly forming magnificent silhouettes. As well as Charles Bridge, the Old Town Square and the Jewish Quarter, each holding significance in Prague’s rich history. The ‘City of a Hundred Spires’ hosts awe inspiring architecture and, as one of the only European cities not to be rebuilt in the 18th and 19th century, it may be described as an open air museum.
If stunning architecture and a rich heritage are not enough, indulge in Prague’s world famous beer. Relax with a Pilsner Urquell in one of their many pubs or specialised beer bars. With high quality beer and also low prices the city attracts beer drinkers across Europe.
Prague is a compact city making it easily accessible and ideal for incentive travel. Visitors can access the majority of attractions easily on foot or by the efficient public transport system.
Greatdays can also arrange a range of activities on your tour which promote team-building and motivation of employees. This involves trips such as extreme rafting and the Prague escape room to encourage working together and communication.
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Suggested Itinerary & Attractions
Walking Tour – The cheapest way to discover Prague is on one of their free walking tours. Introduce your group to Prague’s most significant sites on a half day tour; these including the Jewish Quarter, Charles Bridge and Prague Castle. Tours begin in the Old Town Square with an introduction into the beauty of the medieval architecture. As you weave through the cobbled streets you will stop at the Jewish Quarter; here you will learn of the struggle of the Jews in Prague; having to congregate here after being expelled from living in other areas. The tour will also take you to Charles Bridge, connecting the Old Town and the lesser town, and then to the castle.
Segway Tour – The Prague Segway tour is a unique way to discover the highlights of Prague. Visiting famous landmarks you will ride through various districts and parks whilst stopping at viewpoints along the way.
Funicular Rail – Take the Funicular Rail from Lesser town up to Petrin Hill and the observation tower, where you can appreciate the magnificent views of Prague below you. You can also climb their version of the Eiffel Tower or stroll through the Petrin Gardens.
Museum of Communism – The Museum of Communism sets out to describe a narrative of the life of Czech people in the 20th Century Soviet Union times. The museum is divided into three sections; the communist dream, the communist reality and the communist nightmare. The museum attempts to bring the era to life with a series of artefacts, models and records from the past.
Tour the Pilsner Urquell brewery which has existed since 1842 when the first Pilsner Urquell was brewed. The brand has since gained prominence worldwide, and has provided the inspiration for over two thirds of beer produced in the world. On the tour your team can learn about the history of the Czech beer and the processes which are in place to create it. Tasting tours are also available in Prague if you want to skip the history!
Extreme Rafting – Get outdoors and enjoy Prague’s beautiful scenery by white water rafting on the Vltava River. Enjoy the thrill as your team works together to navigate down the river and through the rapids. Prague also offers many other sports based activities such as go-karting and pltka boards, the Czech equivalent of paddle boarding.
Discover the delights of Prague on a private river cruise for you and your group. A simple sightseeing cruise is a genteel way to while away the afternoon.
Or why not treat the group to a buffet dinner and a selection of entertainment as you cruise down the River Vltava. It is an ideal way to soak up the sites of Prague at a more leisurely pace.
The Prague Escape Room is a great way to build relations in your team. Groups of up to 6 are locked in a room and have to navigate their way out using a series of puzzles and clues within 50 minutes. Teamwork is the key to success; thus providing a great team-building and problem solving activity.
Traditional Folkelore Dinner Show
Witness the full Czech experience by attending a traditional Folkelore dinner show. Here your group will be treated to an authentic Czech meal with endless beer whilst enjoying the talented musicians and dancers. Guests will also have the chance to get involved themselves!
We can recommend a variety of hotels from 3 to 5 star in the centre of Prague, with great access to the city.
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