Attire
The trip and tours are casual dress*. Wear comfortable clothing and most importantly, wear comfortable shoes with some support. The streets of Prague are known for their cobblestone and uneven pavements; heels are not recommended.

Average temperatures for June are between 70 and 75 degrees during the day, and may drop into the mid-50s in the evenings. As such, a sweater or light jacket are recommended for the evenings.

*The dinner at the Golden Well is the only occasion for which you may want to dress up a little; think "summer cocktail party" attire. Be sure to bring a shawl or sweater as dinner is outside on the patio that evening.

Food Allergies
In the Czech Republic, every restaurant is required to code each menu item with allergens, which makes things much easier for those people with the listed allergies. You can view the list of standard food allergies which are listed after every menu item.

Passports
Please make sure your passport is valid for at least six months on entry. No visa is required for this short trip.

Power Adapters
In the Czech Republic, power plugs and sockets are type E, which is of French origin. This socket also works with plug C and with plug F if it has an additional pinhole. Plug C is the plug which has two round pins and plug E is the plug which has two round pins and a hole for the socket’s male earthing pin. Czech Republic operates on a 230V supply voltage and 50Hz.

Power Adapter

 

Other tours/travel ideas
There are many opportunities to see other parts of the city or surrounding areas while in Prague. Some ideas include:

Opera
If you would like to see the opera, you can book directly online. We suggest booking as far in advance as possible.

Tours
If you would like to take other tours while in Prague or in neighboring European cities, the company guiding the scheduled tours, Insight Cities, has additional opportunities available. Please book directly on the Insight Cities' website. If you need assistance, please contact Bonita Rhoads directly