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Czech Republic - Prague

Short breaks in Prague have become increasingly popular in recent times and the city has evolved into a major tourist destination. It is easy to see why. The city has a rich history, picturesque cobbled streets, and an eclectic architectural style all of its own. Add to that a lively night life, and you have all the ingredients you need for a perfect break away when on a Prague city break.

For many visitors one of the major attractions is Prague Castle, a massive complex with palaces, courtyards, and a cathedral. You can walk down Golden Lane, with its tiny, and brightly coloured, 15th century houses, including the one in which Franz Kafka often stayed, and wander around the Royal Gardens at the back.

Take the time to cross the Charles Bridge and walk around the Old Town Square and the old Jewish Quarter before visiting the modern shops and restaurants of Wenceslas Square. Wherever you go, you will note the jumble of architectural styles, blending together in a pleasing harmony.

If you want to take in a bit of shopping, you have all the big names as well as smaller shops selling local specialties, including Bohemian crystal, and spirits such as Absinthe and Slivovitz. You could take a boat trip along the river, possibly including lunch or a jazz accompaniment in the evening. If you want panoramic views of the city, take the funicular up the hillside, or eat at one of the many rooftop restaurants.

Then it is time to sample the nightlife. You could choose a hearty meal of goulash and dumplings, with the famous Czech beer, or a meal in one of many international restaurants. Perhaps you will follow this with a tour of the many pubs and clubs, or a visit to the opera, ballet, or a concert. The possibilities are endless.

We have a total of four dialysis clinics across Prague, all accepting the EHIC/GHIC.

The units are well placed around the city making exploring the Prague a must.

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