Prague is the original Eastern European destination for adult and university sports tours. It's a brilliant, bustling city filled with bars, pubs and clubs and a great mix of grandiose architecture, interesting museums and plenty of culture. It is also very affordable. Rugby in The Czech Republic, like most of Eastern Europe, is a minority sport, but there are several clubs in Prague and the surrounding region that are very happy to welcome social touring teams. The best time of year to visit is from March to October.
We include local representative assistance for all our groups, ensuring you are well looked after and have the best advice. We can organise activities during the weekend, including boat trips, brewery tours, rafting and canoeing, shooting and much more. We use a variety of well located accommodation, from hostels to 4* Hotels. The majority of accommodation is within a short walk or tram ride from Wenceslas Square, in the heart of the city.
|Day 1||Flight to Prague||Arrive and meet your local representative. Private coach transfer to your accommodation in central Prague.||Evening free in Prague to sample the nightlife. Our rep will advise on places to go.|
|Day 2||Morning free||
Transfer to local rugby club for fixture. Match Fixture v local rugby club followed by post match food and drinks.
|Evening in Prague.|
|Day 3||Recovery breakfast||Optional activity: Depart for a day rafting in Veltrusy, 20 km from Prague.||Return to Prague and enjoy your final night out.|
|Day 4||Check out and depart for the airport||Flight home to the UK||Arrive home|
Enjoy a long weekend in Prague sampling the nightlife, culture, and excellent rugby hospitality. We can tailor the itinerary to suit your requirements.
This modern and popular three star hotel is very well situated being located by the ‘Invalidovna’ metro stop on line B and only three stops (10 mins) from the historical city centre. Students will be accommodated in recently refurbished 2 to 4 beddedView More
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