With the arrival of autumn, the Czech capital gains a magical atmosphere. Even though the weather may not be conducive to outdoor activities, it is only a few steps from our hotel in the centre of Prague to the most sought-after historical sights. The famous Charles Bridge, the Baroque St. Nicholas Cathedral, the majestic Prague Castle, the Petrin Tower with its cable car or the unique Lennon Wall are all within walking distance. And a very beautiful one at that: the streets and corners of the Lesser Town take on a mysterious, almost melancholic appearance in autumn.
September's Czech Statehood Day is a holiday accompanied by jousting and beer festivities in the centre of Prague, while St Martin's Day in November is traditionally associated with tasting the famous St Martin's goose or fine wine. However, autumn in Prague is not only about a fine dining experience, it is also the most popular time for those who love culture. Music and multi-genre festivals, exhibitions and theatre premieres can be found at almost everywhere you go.
And Prague in autumn is exceptional in one more respect. During this period, it traditionally hosts a number of international congresses and conferences. Which offers one great tip: stay at the Old Royal Post Hotel and combine the useful with the pleasant, i.e. work duties with luxurious accommodation and the opportunity to experience the pure history of the hundred-towered mother of cities.