Summer Exploring in Prague
As summer is approaching Four Seasons Hotel Prague has created unique outdoor activities for Hotel guests interested in seeing the very best of the Golden City.
A Vintage Car Tour gives guests the opportunity to discover Prague and the surrounding countryside in a stylish vintage car from the 1920s. The city tour can be combined with a half-day trip to the medieval Karlstejn Castle or a trip to Nelahozeves Castle. Perhaps a picnic basket from Four Seasons completes the perfect outdoor day. For those who have fantasized about driving a vintage car, 30 minutes of self-driving outside the city can be arranged. The three hour tour including the picnic basket is priced at EUR 390 for up to two persons.
Prague with a View
The concierge team at Four Seasons Hotel Prague has created a special Fotomap identifying the top Prague sights, including the best times to visit to get the best possible photographs.
Petr Zezula, Chef Concierge at Four Seasons Hotel Prague, comments: “Many guests have asked us for the best places to take pictures, so we thought it would be a nice touch to give insider tips on where and when to take pictures. Prague is a fairly tale city and very photogenic – so why not to get the best out it and keep nice memories?”
Eleven venues are marked with camera icons on the map, along with a guide that notes times when each view is in ideal light for photography. The map includes city "must-sees" such as Prague Castle, the Dancing House, the National Theatre and Strahov Monastery, and also vantage points where one can get the best city and Vltava river views, such as Belvedere or Hanavsky pavilion.
"Four Seasons can also arrange private city guides or even a professional photographer to accompany guests and give a lesson in photography,” adds Petr. The new Fotomap is available at the concierge desk.