still a fantastic place,trams are every few minutes. cheapest food and beer to this hotel is NAGANO 98 -50meters away across the road from the hotel and 9cheaper than the breweries) own bar,which is worth a look as they do tours .
Tesco, kfc and Macdonalds have arrived in this historic city.just walk by, trust me ,or get a shed load of stuff in Tesco and how do you get back to your hotel without a carrier bag.????? czeq beer can be from 7crowns (27pence)per1/2 litre in the shops to 70 in the bars/clubs.
Very compact, everything easily reached on foot. Excellent beer.
Smoking allowed in bars
something for all
the stag and hen parties
The public transport is good and choice of restaurants too were good.
Beautiful city Interesting sights Trdlo (local sweet, try it!) Beer is cheaper than water
Water is more expensive than beer Koureny Zakazano Very crowded at high season
Prague has really come into its own since the Czech Republic joined the EU and city breaks to Prague are now some of the most popular and affordable. This is a city best explored on foot because despite its plethora of museums and galleries, it is in its cobbled streets and squares that you’ll really make the most of your Prague holiday.
Travelling to Prague usually means a cheap flight but the city now has a bit of a reputation for being overpriced and Prague hotels have not escaped this stereotype. Whilst it is true that tourist-trap bars around Wenceslas square charge 5 a beer, Prague hotels do cater for a wide range of budgets. It is still possible to find cheap hotels in Prague that are both good quality and in a decent location.
This great city is carved in two by the River Vltava. On one side is Wenceslas Square and Old Town Square both lined with bars and restaurants, usually of the overpriced variety mentioned above. However, if you cross Charles Bridge to the Prague Castle side of the river, there are much more affordable places to dine and quench your thirst making travel to Prague more agreeable.
Seeing as Prague has a long history for architecture, many of the hotels in Prague boast extraordinarily beautiful facades. The interior of a typical Prague hotel can vary from chic and modern to traditional and grand and the exterior does not usually give away any secrets as to what the inside of a hotel in Prague contains.
Prague travel will erode any stereotypes you have of Eastern Europe. It is modern, cultured and stylish and holidays in Prague are luxurious, long-weekends of people watching and cultural awakening.
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