Ludek Apartments

Wenceslas Square 36, Prague, Bohemia, Czech Republic | Condo
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Travel Blogs from Prague

A Whirlwind of a First Day!

A travel blog entry by burtonnm


... we sorted our money out.

We began "under the horse's tail"- literally at the foot of a statue of Good King Wenceslas sitting on his enormous horse. This statue sits at one end of Wenceslas Square, the heart of the Czech Republic's political history. Here we learned about the Velvet Revolution when communism was finally overthrown in 1989. We walked along the huge boulevard and had lunch here before jet lag finally caught up with us.

We had to stop in the ...

Days 153 - 156: Czech Republic & Austria

A travel blog entry by djmorton


... point for this country was in 1993 when Czechoslovakia self-determined a separation and became two countries. The Czech Republic and Slovakia. Prague is the capital of Czech Republic.
The Prague that tourists see now is very colourful, most of the 14th century buildings are pastel coloured. When it was under the communist regime it was known as the 'grey city'. It was only after the fall of communism that the city was beautifully renovated and brightly painted by ...

Capitalism, Communism, Can't get there from here

A travel blog entry by billhall


... to end.

The end upstairs is an exhibit of art work from the children who were imprisoned in Terezin. The adults tried to make their lives as normal as possible but there art work shows how much they really were aware of was happening. Very few of the children survived. SO much loss, so many lives not lived, families destroyed. The impact on the survivors incalculable. Makes me want to scream and scream.

From there into the Jewish cemetery with ...

Prague Sprung

A travel blog entry by aviruthia


... That one was so deliberately weird as to be truly Dalí­esque. This one was so deliberately grim and disorienting as to be Kafkaesque. No windows. Sloping black walls. Paths and staircases to nowhere. Videos of Prague streets through distorted lenses. Long corridors of filing cabinets labelled Max Brod, Josph K., Gregor Samsa.... And through it all, reprints of his letters, copies of his novels, wordy analyses of his childhood, his Jewishness, his relationships and ...

Xmas in Prague

A travel blog entry by d_j_browning


... and Sam at the arrivals gate (no passport
control here so no new stamp in our passports). Finally made into the
apartment at about 11pm, been along day.

Prague is exactly like we remembered from last year. Picture perfect, straight out
of the Middle Ages. Lots of restaurants, and cafes, and bakeries.
Interesting monuments are scattered throughout the city. And amazing
xmas markets. We're looking forward to spending ...


This condo, located in the Praha 1 area of Prague, is near Wenceslas Square (Vaclavske namesti), Mustek Metro Station, Wenceslas Monument, and The Jan Palach Memorial.
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