Just a note before the deal, booking any flight given the current situation is at your own risk. If you were to book a flight I’d recommend reading about the country you plan to fly to current situation and of course Ireland’s (i.e whether you’ll have to quarantine or PCR test etc.), using a credit card as you have greater protection, reading the cancellation conditions and in most cases booking directly with the airline.
This deal is for a weekend in July trip to Prague with flights from Dublin and 4 nights in a 3* hotel for €229 per person, based on 2 people sharing.
Price breakdown: (based on 2 people sharing)
Links for booking are below.
Total: €229 per person
Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic, is well known for its colourful baroque buildings, Gothic churches and the medieval Astronomical Clock. The Charles Bridge, built in the 14th Century, is also a major place of interest. It is a pedestrian bridge lined with statues of Catholic saints.
The flights are with Ryanair, leaving Dublin on Thursday the 7th of July and returning on Monday the 11th of July. There is a link to the flights below, click on this to be brought to the Skyscanner website. Please note as Ryanair have changed their baggage policy, I have added priority and 2 cabin bags to the overall price which brings the price for flights to €121.
The hotel is the 3* Ibis Praha Mala Strana, which is rated 8.1 out of 10 with guests from Booking.com. This property is close to Prague’s historical district of Lesser Town and the Novy Smichov shopping centre. It is also 100 metres away from the Andel metro station and the tram station with 6 tram lines, making it a great starting point to reach Prague’s main tourist attractions. The rooms are typical of an Ibis hotel being clean and comfortable.
A double or twin room at Ibis Praha Mala Strana is available for €108 per person for a 4 night stay. This brings the total cost for flights from Dublin to Prague and 4 nights in a 3* hotel to €229 per person.
There is a link below to the hotel, click on this to be brought to the Booking.com website.
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