Quite simply, Prague or Praha, the capital of The Czech Republic is one of the most stunning cities in Europe. One of the few cities to escape the onslaught of World War II, Prague stands out for being very well preserved. 

The attraction to the city though, stems from the contrast.  While the city centre is a mélange of stunning architecture; beyond the medieval cobbled lanes of the Old Town, there’s an entire other cosmopolitan city to explore. One can stroll through riverside parks, bar hop, gulp beer at one of the beer gardens or appreciate delicate art in a modern art gallery or simply party!

Beyond Prague,  there are plenty of day trip options to towns such as Karlovy Vary and Cesky Krumlov, each one a special experience in its own right. 

For all the good reasons to make a trip to Prague, there is one more – the superb golf in Prague! It is possible to play at several world class championship golf courses, just about 30-90 minutes away from the heart of Prague. Designed by renowned designers, these golf courses are of top quality as you tee off in a backdrop of historic castles and awe- inspiring landscapes. Given the settings, golf in Prague is both dramatic and exciting.  

BEST TIME TO GOLF IN PRAGUE: In the Prague region, summers are warm and occasionally showery and winters are snowy with changeable conditions. A typical day in Prague from June to August sees the mercury range from 12 degrees to 22 degrees and it is the best time to visit Prague. In general, May and September enjoy the most pleasant weather. The hottest month is July when temperatures could go up to 30 degrees C. The winters are cold and snowy and temperatures can go quite low.

Read up information on this page and all associated links for more on Prague as a golf destination. The content will serve as your Golf Travel Guide to Prague and make for easy trip planning.  


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Prague has numerous historic attractions like the Prague Castle, the Charles Bridge, the Old Town, etc that will take you back to a different time. Visitors should definitely also sample and enjoy the restaurants, bars, and nightlife in Prague.


GETTING THERE: Prague, the capital of Czech Republic has an international airport and is well connected to both long haul destinations and within Europe as well

By Road & Rail: Prague is well connected both by road & by rail to the cities in Europe. As it is part of the Schengen countries, you can easily visit the Czech Republic and travel to the interesting countries adjacent such as Austria, Hungary, Germany and so on. 

CURRENCY: Czech Coruna (CZK) | Avg Currency Value: 1 USD = 24 CZK (Currency Converter)

VISA: Most visitors need a visa to enter Czech Republic. Czech Republic joined Schengen in 2007 and therefore, when you receive the Schengen Visa from the Czech Republic Embassy or already have a Schengen Visa from another member country, you will be able to freely transit and visit any of the member countries like Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Portugal, Spain and so on.