Student trips to Prague
The City of Hundred Spires
Prague is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe and makes student tours to Prague educationally rewarding. Named both the city of a hundred spires and Zlatá Praha or Golden Prague, it is its medieval centre that attracts most visitors. Its stunning architecture survived the destruction of the Second World War and was largely untouched by 40 years of Communism, leaving it as a fascinating and beautiful city.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, but not merely an urban museum, Prague is a dynamic and cosmopolitan city. It has fostered a chic creative culture producing original fine art, films and music and the city also attracts successful national and international businesses.
It is an excellent city for Art, Design & Photography and Business & Economics enhancing your students' experience, analysis and perceptions of their subject. Equity has selected a range of excursions for educational trips to enable students to get the most of what Prague has to offer.
N.B The basic 'from' prices do not include excursions, for a full package price...
How Equity can help
A typical Student tour to Prague would run between 2 and 4 nights and would include air travel for 30 students and 3 staff. These numbers can be flexible to your requirements. Our basic price does not include excursions and will vary depending on the travel dates and the final itinerary.
Equity deal with all the administration of the excursions, the admissions, travel and accommodation details before your trip- allowing you to focus on the learning objectives for your students. While you are on your trip our support team can be contacted 24/7 should you require any assistance.
If you are interested in taking your students on a trip then fill out our quick 'get a quote' form and we will get back to you with a non-obligational, tailor made quote for your group trip.
Hotel City Centre
- Great location
- Free WiFi
The Hotel City Centre is great for groups where you can stay right in the heart of the city!
Location: The hotel in the Republic square (Namesti Republiky) and is just 5 minutes away from the great Old Town and the major Prague boulevards Wenceslas Square.
Facilities:Dining and bar area and free WiFi access for guests.
Accommodation: Basic and comfortable en suite rooms that sleep up to 3 people. Includes a shower, WC, Satellite TV and a telephone line.
Meals: Half board facilities available at the hotel.
A & O Prague
- Good location
- Great for groups
The A & O Prague is a popular hostel that offers a comfortable stay and is just 15 minutes away from Prague’s main attractions.
Location: Walking distance from the Holesovice train station and you can easily access the metro and trams.
Facilities:The hostel as a bar area, football table and video games. WiFi access for the guests.
Accommodation: All rooms have private facilities and a TV, ranging from single, twin and dorm accommodation.
Meals: Breakfast buffet available at the hostel. Lunch and evening meals can be arranged at an extra supplement as well as meals in local restaurants.
- Newly renovated
- Centrally located
This stylish hotel offers a comfortable stay and an ambient atmosphere where you can be right in the centre in minutes.
Location: Located right on the Vltava River between Vysehrad and Palacky Bridge. The Admiral is just a 15 minute walk from Wenceslas Square.
Facilities:Restaurant, bar and terrace area. Free WiFi is available as well as meeting rooms.
Accommodation: These elegant rooms sleep from 1 – 4 people and all have private facilities.
Meals: Half board facilities available at the hotel.
Quick Tip: This is just a small sample of possible accommodations available. Please contact us for more information!
Below is a sample of Excursions Equity can organise for your trip to Prague - for subject specific excursions have a look at the
recommended educational trips for Prague
The Castle should be almost as crucial to your trip to Prague as the buildings have been to the city’s history. The Prague Castle has been the seat of the Bohemian government since its construction over a millennium ago. Arrive on the hour to catch the changing of the guard—the ceremony at noon also includes fanfare.
Building Pragues' oldest bridge over the river Vltava, began in 1357 with Charles IV laying the first stone - it was completed in 1402. The bridge is home to 75 statues of saints who tower over street artists, musicians and market traders.
Astronomical Clock Tower and Old Town Hall
Prague’s Old Town Hall, founded in 1338, is a hotchpotch of medieval buildings, presided over by a tall Gothic tower with a splendid Astronomical Clock. At the very top of the clock are two small window's where the figures of the twelve apostles are paraded every hour, during the hours of sunlight.
John Lennon Wall
Western songs were banned during the Communist years, so when someone painted John Lennon’s face on this wall after the iconic singer was shot in 1980, it was an act of defiance against the regime. Since then, the wall has been an ever-changing communal work of art celebrating peace and freedom.
Barrandov Film Studios
Often called the 'European Hollywood' Barrandov Film Studios is one of the largest film studio in Europe. Many famous films have been made here including Casino Royal, The Bourne Identity and The Chronicles of Narnia.
Quick Tip: If you have an excursion in mind which you don't see listed, please get in touch anyway as we may still arrange it for you!
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Recommended Educational Trips to Prague
Equity can recommend Prague for the following subjects- click on the boxes for more information about subject specific itineraries and excursions.