The political, cultural and economical centre of the Czech Republic for over 1,000 years, Prague is now one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world, falling behind the cities of London, Paris, Rome, Madrid and Berlin as the sixth most visited European city.
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We had choice between a sunny but noisy apartment and a bit darker but quiet apartment. we went for the quiet one and were happy with our choice! so if you can, try to make sure you get a room far from the dorms.. the apartment had large rooms, great bathroom, small kitchen. ... more
Exelent location! Nice small apartment, but it's better for 2 people then for 3. ... more
Istanbul to Prague
Hi, looking for info about flying from Istanbul to Prague. I see Malev does this route but it seems the only airline. Do you know others? Maybe better to fly to Budapest then train to Prague. Was planning Istanbul-Budapest-Prague-Barcelona. Ta ...
Travelling to Prague
Hi all , It has been tough 5 months at work as well as the temperature started to get high I am thinking of travelling to Prague in Czech Republic this summer I am very interested to find a hotel near to the city landmarks with an affordable price any suggestions ? ...
13th September 2011
First stop in Prague today was the Fair Trade palace, home of the museum of modern and contemporary art. It was huge. 5 storeys, 10 very big rooms – it took as a few hours to get through it. Some of the more contemporary “art” we hurried through, but the modern paintings were fantastic. A lot of Czech ...
Posted in Kim and Danny 2011 by kimdanny
City of Spires
Since nobody in the dorm was awake I figured I was going to have to explore Prague by myself. I went straight to the old town square, which is probably the best old town square I've seen, surrounded by beautifully painted buildings, the huge grand St Nicholas church and a huge statue where everyone meets. I ...
Posted in Where Am I? by Clarabell