Why Visit Prague?
As the capital of the Czech Republic, Prague went from a relative unknown city to a tourist hotspot seemingly overnight. In fact, Prague is one of the top most visited cities in Europe. It is no wonder as it is known for its history, architecture and colorful buildings. Prague is a must see on any tour of Europe.
Visiting the statue of the Infant of Jesus is a popular destination for hundreds of visitors to Ptague every day. Dating back to the 16th century, it was a gift from a Spanish princess to her Austrian cousin. Visitors go to the statue to pray or make wishes
The Old Town Square in Prague is the center of historical significance in the city and is a square that must be seen. It dates back to the 12th century. It is the home of the Baroque Church of St. Nicholas as well as the Rococo Kinky Palace. The site also marks the execution of 27 Czech lords that occurred in the 17th century.
While a more somber area to visit, the Old Jewish Ghetto holds a history of Prague that should not be missed. It began in the 13th century when all Jewish people in Prague were ordered to live in the one area. It miraculously survived Nazi occupation and is a monument to that period in Prague's history.
Places to Stay In Prague
As such a highly visited destination, Prague is filled with high end hotels to meet your needs. The Mandarin Oriental Prague is a hotel that is found in the heart of the city but that is still nestled away on a quiet cobblestone street. In addition to being walking distance to many of Prague's most popular sites, the Mandarin Oriental Prague offers all of the luxury amenities you would expect in a Five Star Hotel.
As its name would elicit, the Aria Hotel Prague has been inspired by music. It is located in Lesser Town and is only a few steps from Prague Castle. In addition to high end dining and luxurious rooms, the Aria Hotel Prague also offers a music library, private cinema and music salon.
Why Visit Bratislava?
Bratislava may not be as well known a European city as Prague, but that does not mean it is not worth the trip. In fact, it is probably one of the most underestimated cities in the region so you will find yourself one of the lucky few who gets the opportunity to walk the streets of Slovakia's best kept secret.
The Old Town of Bratislava is the center of the city's attractions and history. In addition to being home to Bratislava Castle and the Blue Church, it is also the center for boutique shops and night clubs.
Kapitulska Street, on the other hand, is a quiet street with no shops that still holds the old world charm of the 16th century street that it was. Once, the site of coronations of kings and queens, it later became communist occupied. Today it is a street worth walking down.
Place to stay in Bratislava
The Grand Hotel River Park is located on the banks of the Danube River. In addition to rooms that exude style and luxury, the hotel offers unique amenities such as a rooftop heliport, a private river pier and a bicycle path.
The Roset Hotel and Residence is a luxury accomodation whose architecture offers as much as its amenities. The beauty of the exterior combines with the sleek yet ornate interior design to make it a vision for the senses.
Why Choose Lunajets?
Lunajets has been making a name for itself as a private jet provider to the rich and famous. There is no need to take on the burden of owning and maintaining your own private jet when the Lunajets team provides the same quality of service and attention to detail that you would get from your own private staff. With an easy to use app, Lunajets can be available, with short notice, to map out your itinerary and provide for your needs from tarmac to destination. Hop a flight on Lunajets and experience what high end travel is supposed to look like.