Prague offers great winter holiday however visiting this Czech City to enjoy summer holiday brings the same enjoyment and excitement.
A day trip in Prague in a summer holiday can be done using public transport such as bus or train. However opting to rent a car Prague is not a bad idea, we recommend to visit car rental search on Levnautopujcovna.cz (pronájem aut hledejte na Levnautopujcovna.cz). You can start your day trip Czech’s places of interest such as Vltara River, The old town of Prague and its parks and gardens.
While climate may a bit hot during summer, there is also the possibility of some rains so it is best to carry protections such as jackets or umbrella. Some of Prague Folklore festivals are held during summer and guests are invited to taste Prague culture as well as taste its cuisine and drink its famous beer. With a cheap car hire, loosely translates to levna autopůjčovna, you can drive to Charles Bridge at night and enjoy the green scenery when it is not crowded with people. You can also take the city’s view by climbing the top of Castle Hill Park and enjoy the city’s view with all of its sparkling lights.
A summer holiday in Prague includes experiences during the Museum Night which is held in the month of June. Prague’s museums are open from early evening up to early morning. This event is attended by thousands of people every year as Museum experience is with totally different ambience. To ease up your hopping to one museum to another, you can turn to car rentals [hledejte pronájem aut zde] in Prague and get car service at your call. No need to worry about buying train or bus tickets as you can go directly from your hotel to the first museum on your list.
This Museum Night is free and museums joining the event have concerts, cultural performances and lectures that are for public consumption and without any charge. This event started in 2004 and since then every year the event is one of the most attended culture events in Prague. Many travel tours have packages for this event as world travelers take this opportunity to learn more of Czech cultural heritage besides being part of their summer holiday in Prague.
The Church Night is another addition to a Prague summer holiday. Czech churches that are not traditionally open for public open their doors to visitors to some religious concerts, exhibits and prayer vigils. Prague almost 70 churches join this event that started in 2010 and continues to attract guests from all over the world for some twist for a summer holiday.
Prague is putting a lot of efforts in attracting world travelers and it looks like with its unique summer holiday offers, its effort is paying off.