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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The staf was really friendly and gave us good and correct information about the city, the metro and other public transport in Prague. They speak German or Russian, another relative can speak english very well. The house is clean but the floor could have ben cleand better in our room. Other miner issue is the slow internetconnection in this B&B. ... more
Noisy due to train and tram lines. Staff friendly and helpful. Great having own kitchen facilities, although everything needed a good wash. Good value and an interesting area to stay in with a very pleasant walk to the Conference Centre. Easy access to rest of city using tram. ... more
Im going to prague tomorrow night, and thanks to my guidebook, most of my questions are already answered! however, one thing id like to know is the typically czech food - what is it actually?? i have plenty of tips for places to go for "typically czech" food but i dont actually know what that is ...
Prague - Vienna - Budapest - Prague
I will be driving from Prague to Vienna to Budapest and back to Prague in about 7 days. I plan on spending 2 days each in Vienna, Prague and Budapest (which some people say is too little time but that's all I have). Besides driving on the main highways, are there any side trips along the way that we ...
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