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Prague to London on the Venice-Simplon-Orient-Express

Prague 4 nights Prices on request

Fly from London to Prague where you will stay for three nights at your chosen hotel - below we have suggested two of our favourite properties: the 5* Deluxe Aria and the 5* Hotel Paris. After three days exploring the mediaeval charms of Prague, including our complimentary 3 hour private walking tour, you will will board the blue and gold liveried carriages of the legendary Venice Simplon-Orient-Express mid afternoon on the 14th of October. You will enjoy exquisite fine dining and panoramic views as you gilde through the Czech Republic, Germany and France as the train winds its way towards Paris. The next morning you will disembark in Calais for the Channel crossing before boarding the historic Belmond British Pullman for the journey to London. A traditional afternoon tea accompanied by a glass of English sparkling wine is served before arriving at your destination. 

What's included

...when you travel with Kirker

  • One way flight between London and Prague
  • Private car transfers on arrival and departure in Prague
  • Accommodation for 3 nights in Prague with breakfast (see above for selected of hotels)
  • A private walking tour with an expert local guide
  • 1st Category tickets for an opera or concert performance in Prague: see below for details
  • One night in a private cabin on board the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express including all meals (excluding drinks)
  • Kirker's Guide Notes to restaurants, museums and sightseeing
  • The services of the Kirker Concierge

The Kirker Difference

Arranged by us exclusively for our customers...

Three Hour Private Walking Tour

Unlike most European metropolitan cities, Prague is perfect for exploring on foot. The historical centre is compact and during your tour you will follow the famous King´s Way which winds along the mediaeval streets of the New Town, Old Town and Jewish quarter, crosses Charles Bridge and finishes at the Prague Castle via the Lesser Town (our guide can tailor the tour exactly according to your wishes). You will see Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque and Classical architecture, enjoy breathtaking views and discover hidden mediaeval alleyways. The guide will reveal the stories behind the city’s decadent centuries as part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire and the tragic suffering and heartache under the Nazis and the Communists.

Included Hotels


Highly Recommended
Prague, Czech Republic, Europe

This wonderful boutique hotel is located in the city’s atmospheric Mala Strana district. It overlooks the beautiful Vrtbovska Gardens and is just two minutes’ walk from Charles Bridge. 


Hotel Paris
Prague, Czech Republic, Europe

Opposite the Municipal House, in the heart of the atmospheric Old Town, the Paris is one of Prague’s best known traditional hotels and one of the few where all the public rooms are still in the original Art Nouveau style. These include a magnificent restaurant, a grand staircase, lounge and the famous ‘Café de Paris’.

Train Details

The Venice Simplon-Orient-Express is more than just a train, it is an iconic travel experience which takes you back to an era when embarking on a journey was a glamorous and stylish affair which required fine-dining, high fashion and impeccable service. Any journey on board the train has the atmosphere of a special occasion, and it is the perfect place to celebrate a special birthday or anniversary in style.

The Cabins


The original 1920s and 1930s carriages formed part of the express trains which traversed Europe in the early 20th century ‘golden age’ of rail travel. Each has been lovingly restored by expert craftsmen, with gleaming livery and immaculate marquetry. The exquisite dining cars, each individually decorated with Lalique glass and lacquer panels, offer the perfect setting for fine cuisine prepared by the onboard chefs, after which you can enjoy cocktails around the Baby Grand piano in the bar car.

Historic Cabins
The classic restored sleeping cars consist of comfortable banquette seating, with a window table and private washbasin concealed behind elegant oak doors. Whilst you are dining, your steward will transform the cabin into comfortable upper and lower berths with crisp damask sheets and fine blankets. Each carriage has its own dedicated steward, available 24 hours a day, and there is a mosaic-tiled lavatory at the end of the car.

Historic Cabins


For additional comfort and extra space, eight new Suites have been added to the train, which offer private ensuite bathrooms, and comfortable seating which is converted by your steward into either double or twin beds in the evening. The added comfort and space is highly recommended, particularly for those celebrating a special occasion, and the interiors of these Suites have been painstakingly created by master-craftsmen with the same level of extraordinary detail seen throughout the train.


Grand Suites

Alternatively, for the ultimate way to travel in style, ask about one of the extravagant Grand Suites, each of which is named after a key destination on the route – such as Paris, Venice and Istanbul. The Grand Suites offer spacious accommodation with a double bed, living area and private en suite bathroom with shower, and passengers can enjoy meals in the privacy of their suites or in the main restaurant cars. Grand Suites sell out fast on peak dates so it is crucial to book well in advance – and supplements, which reflect the grandeur of the suites, are available on request.

Grand Suite




One of the highlights of your journey is the delicious cuisine – all meals are included in the price (although drinks are extra). Chef Christian Bodiguel and his expert team take fresh ingredients on board throughout the journey and create varied menus which belie their compact kitchen. Breakfast is served in your cabin at the time of your choice, and includes fresh patisserie and fruits. For lunch and dinner – an occasion for which guests are encouraged to dress in glamorous 1920s style – you can choose to dine in one of the three elegantly restored restaurant cars:

Côte d’Azur: Built in 1929 and decorated with Lalique glass panels.

Etoile du Nord: Built in England with a lining of intricate marquetry.

L’Oriental: Originally a Pullman kitchen car, decorated with black lacquer panels.

After dinner, you may enjoy a cocktail in the stylish piano bar – or perhaps a glass of champagne in the Art Deco champagne bar.


Dining on the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express

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