Exploring Prague with Kids
Prague is the beautiful capital city of the Czech Republic. Despite it’s geographical location in WW2 , the city and it’s beautiful architecture miraculously escaped unscathed from 1939-1945. It remains today, what many other European countries would have looked like if they weren’t bombed in WW2.
For some time, Prague has had a reputation for staging endless stag parties and hen nights with it’s cheap booze and brothels. I have always been curious. But as I say, there’s no better way to find out what a place is like, other than go explore it yourself. Oh and bring your husband and kids!
Quite frankly, this city is beautiful. Located only 1 hour and 35 minutes away (approximately) and with massive bargains in flights and accommodation, there’s no excuse not to explore this amazing place.
As always, I find filling half term holidays and other seasonal breaks from school, difficult. I struggle to find things for the children to do and when I do, it ends up costing a fortune. I also find it easier and cheaper to get away from it all and take them someone different. This seemed the perfect time to head to Prague.
To read more of this guest post from Leigh who travelled to Prague with her two children click here.
Leigh writes a lovely blog called Love Leigh Lifestyle and can be found tweeting @loveleighlifeuk so why not head over and follow her.