Prague is a beautiful and cheap city when it comes to hotels. Sleeping in the center of the Czech capital for 40 euros is possible in an establishment of average quality, which would be practically impossible in other European cities. The offer of restaurants in Prague is extensive and the cuisine i
Prague is a beautiful and cheap city when it comes to hotels. Sleeping in the center of the Czech capital for 40 euros is possible in an establishment of average quality, which would be practically impossible in other European cities.
The offer of restaurants in Prague is extensive and the cuisine is delicious. If children are not very reluctant to try new foods, they will enjoy the soup, stews and desserts.
Hotels for children in Prague
Prague has a hotel offer adapted to all needs.
Hostels for the least buoyant economies, apartments, urban hotels and charming establishments.
Depending on the trip you want to make, you can opt for one or another option, knowing that districts 1 and 2 are the most central.
Therefore, these will be the most recommended areas to stay, especially if you travel with children, since they will not want to go too far to get from one place to another.
Not so central but also very practical are the districts 3, 4, 7 and 8 where you are likely to find even cheaper prices.
If what you are looking for is a luxury stay, the area of Wenceslas Square is the best for you and your family.
Restaurants for children in Prague
Food will not be a problem during your trip with children to Prague. The gastronomic offer is wide, the prices are not expensive and the restaurants remain open practically all day in the tourist areas.
Our recommendation is that you do not stop trying a typically Czech menu. You will easily find broths, meat dishes such as roasted veal with cream sauce or roast duck and goulash in its many variants: a meat stew with vegetables.
Children will be delighted with the utopenec (macerated sausage with pepper and fried onion), the bramborak (fried potato omelettes) and, for dessert, the palačinky (crepes filled with ice cream, roasted fruit or marmalade).
The Old Town Square is possibly one of the most expensive places to sit down to eat, but if instead of contemplating the environment, you do it inside the restaurant, the prices will go down considerably.
Even so, it is not difficult to find an affordable and pleasant place to eat as a family enjoying delicious dishes. In Narodni Street, next to the Legion Bridge, for example, you will see traditional restaurants not as touristy as those in the Old City.
Although it is a family trip and you are with the children, Prague is an excellent place to enjoy a delicious beer. Not only are they of very good quality but they are also cheap. In almost any place you can have a half-liter beer for just over € 1.
The best-known commercial beer is the Pilsner Urquell, but in Prague, many locals make their own beer, so the variety is huge.