The city of Prague is full of intriguing sightseeing opportunities, though some are bound to stay in your memory longer than others. Here are three weird and wonderful sights that you’ll never forget after your cheap city break to Prague with Jet2holidays.
The curiously delightful Astronomical Clock has to be visited on the strike of the hour, as this is when the figurines of the Twelve Apostles inside the clock put on their show for the awaiting crowds. Dating back to the 15th Century, the Astronomical Clock is an iconic symbol of Prague but try to arrive early to reserve your space in the Old Town Square!
Although not in downtown Prague, the Sedlec Ossuary – or ‘bone church’, as it’s known to many – is well worth a visit on cheap city breaks to Prague. Take the train to Kutna Hora to visit this eerie church, intricately and hauntingly decorated with the bones of up to 70,000 people that met their fate during the Black Death.
Since the 1980’s, a previously unremarkable wall at Prague’s Grand Priory Square has been covered with Beatles lyrics and heartfelt tributes to the late John Lennon. The graffiti began in response to the communist regime that ruled Prague at the time, but is now an ever-evolving wall of art with a bust of the man himself – don’t forget to stop by on cheap city breaks to Prague and add your own tribute too.