School Business Studies Trip to Prague
The city of Prague has a stunning cityscape of medieval architecture, including Prague Castle - the largest ancient castle in the world. The old town square is the heart of the city and, since the 10th century, has been the scene of many great events both glorious and tragic. As the Czech Republic recently became one of the European Union's ten new members, there has never been a better time to experience the rapidly changing economy of the new Europe. On a business studies tour to the beautiful city of Prague, there are plenty of educational activities to take part in, including visiting the Skoda factory, attending a lecture at the CERGE Institute or a guided tour of a brewery.
|Day 1||Fly from UK to Prague||
Arrive in Prague and transfer to hotel
Local familiarisation on foot
|Day 2||Visit to Staropramen brewery||
Free time to explore Prague
Visit the Prague Castle, the Charles Bridge and the Old Town Square
|Return to accommodation for evening meal|
|Day 3||Economics lecture at CERGE Institute||Tour of the Skoda Plant at Mlada Boleslav||Return to accommodation for evening meal|
|Day 4||Free time for shopping and sightseeing in Prague's Old Town||Transfer to airport for flight back to UK|
This price includes:
- 3 nights' half-board accommodation
- Comprehensive travel and medical insurance
- All flights including tax
- Free staff ratio 1:10
- Itinerary planning service
- Airport transfers Prague
- Detailed information pack
Charles Bridge is a 14th century stone bridge spanning the River Vltava and linking the two sides of Prague. Not only is this magnificent structure one of the city's finest attractions, it is also the main pedestrian route connecting the Old Town with Mala Strana and onto Prague Castle. The bridge throngs with people during the day. Street artists sketch and musicians play; look out for the jazz b...
The Old Town Square (Staromestske Namesti), with it's ancient buildings and magnificent churches, is one of the most beautiful historical sights in Europe. Sit back and soak up the atmosphere over a coffee at one of the many pavement cafés surrounding the square.
Marketed as an insight into Czechoslovakia's 'forty-year episode of Big Brother', the Museum of Communism captures a glimpse of a vanished way of life and a country, which no longer exists. It documents an important chapter in Czech history, albeit one which many Czechs would rather forget.
Prague Castle is the largest medieval castle complex in Europe and is a must for all visitors to Prague. Renovation following several destructive wars and fires, along with differing political forces have combined to create a truly unique architectural complex.
This guided tour offers groups the chance to see this famous Czech beer being produced. The visit focuses on how beer is brewed in the present day, including the canning and barrelling processes, and concludes with a tasting session.
The visit begins with the Skoda Museum and incorporates an audio-visual presentation on the company's century-long history. Favourite part is the guided tour of the plant itself, which normally includes the engine hall and the Octavia assembly hall a rare chance to witness the car production in the flesh
Tour of the glassworks with a professional explanation of the operations. During the excursion the visitors will get to know the individual stages of producing glass crystal by hand, i.e. the furnaces, processing, designing and polishing. The excursions take roughly 45 minutes. This glass factory is situated outside of Prague (approx 1 hours drive).
Part of Prague's prestigious Charles University, the CERGE Institute offers economics seminars with a uniquely Czech perspective on contemporary economic issues. The content of the seminar, which typically lasts around an hour, can be varied according to your needs, but past topics have included the economic development of the Czech Republic since the collapse of Communism, the problems of privati...
The Jewish Quarter, known as Josefov, is located between the Old Town Square and the Vltava River. its torrid history dates back to the 13th century, when the Jewish community in Prague were ordered to vacate their disparate homes and settle in one area. Restrictions on their movements and the trades they were allowed to conduct underwent constant change. The Jewish Quarter, has endured a lot of s...
Top Hotel Praha
Students will be accommodated in mainly quadruple rooms and staff in twins or singles (with supplement). All are en-suite and include a colour television. Meals will be taken in one of the hotel's restaurants. The hotel offers a wide range of services, all under one roof. There are 5 restaurants, a wellness centre with swimming pool, tennis courts, a Japanese garden with summer terraces, 2 bowling lanes, a casino and other hotel services and venues.
What our teachers had to say about this destination
Prague was very good for a business studies trip. Glass factory worth visiting and Skoda factory excellent.