Save 36 percent off Prague Christmas market break with return flights – under £100

Travelling to a beautiful old town and visiting the Christmas markets is the perfect festive getaway for the upcoming holiday season. Take some time off with a loved one and visit the historic town of Prague for an unforgettable winter break with this bargain deal.

With prices slashed to 36 percent off, travellers can now book a trip to Prague to visit the Christmas markets and stay in a beautiful hotel for under £100.

The capital of the Czech Republic, Prague is a beautiful European town and a romantic location to enjoy with a loved one or family.

Choose from a two, three or four-night market city break and with breakfast and return flights available from four UK airports.

The perfect winter getaway, book now to secure availability.

Known for its fairytale-like landscapes, travellers will stay in the beautiful Royal Court Hotel in Prague.

With elegant decor, relax in a spacious double room that’s complete with comfy bedding, free Wi-Fi, hot drink facilities, a sleek bathroom, air con and TV.

Wake up and enjoy a delicious hotel breakfast that’s the perfect start to any day.

A few steps away from Wenceslas Square, walk to the famous Prague Christmas Markets which are open everyday from 27 November 2021 to 6 January 2022.

Flights are available from 26 November 2021 to 1 January 2022.

Travellers can depart from four UK airports including London Gatwick, London Standsted, Manchester and Bristol.

A two-night stay for two starts from £89, three-night stay from £109 and four-night stay from £129.

Book the trip and buy the voucher here.

Please note, this holiday is financially protected under the ATOL scheme – find out more information here.

Travellers are advised to check the COVID-19 guidelines for the UK, Prague and the hotel.

Hand luggage is included and please check with the flight provider for specific dimensions.

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