Prague Apartments Valentyn

Address: Valentinska 11, Prague, 110000, Czech Republic | Condo
 
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Travel Blogs from Prague

Mauthausen and Prague

A travel blog entry by jacquihawthorne on Feb 19, 2015

... The vamp itself was mostly a labour camp, each camp had a purpose - Auschwitz is an extermination camp, some are for political prisoners etc. We arrived in Prague and got ready for dinner. We caught a tram into town with everyone for the walking tour with Justin. We saw Prague castle which was apparently lit up by a famous ...

The Old Jewish Quarter

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Oct 08, 2014

18 photos

Just about everyone we spoke to about Prague told us we must visit the Jewish Quarter. The area is highlighted by the Jewish Museum, which in reality, isn't a traditional museum in the sense that everything is under one roof, but a collection of synagogues and cemetery in the old ghetto that make up the Jewish Museum. The first stop for us was the Pinkas Synagogue, which for us, was the most interesting and impactful. The synagogue no longer holds services as today, only 5,000-7,000 ...

Prague

A travel blog entry by ngyixian1 on Jul 01, 2014

1 comment, 21 photos

... architecture courtesy of filip's friend who is a tour guide. Dorothy and I played the architecture 101 game, "which era????" whenever we saw a historical building. I'm going to exhaust my limited knowledge of architecture here: post(?)Roman buildings are domed with narrow windows which are grouped to maximize sunlight. Gothic buildings have arched windows because they haven't figured out how to make square ones yet, plus they're narrow. ...

"I love your Ice Cream"

A travel blog entry by jhenley87 on May 29, 2014

3 comments, 12 photos

... t want to get any more because we wouldn't be able to spend it all before flying out. That made it pretty hard to find a place for lunch because almost everywhere we went they only took cash. I was pretty surprised by that. We were right in the middle of the super touristy Old Town and they don't take cards? It worked out for the best though because one of the first places we saw with that oh-so-beautiful VISA sticker on the door was a monastic brewery! I had deer goulash ...

Occupying Prague

A travel blog entry by benstevens on Apr 03, 2014

29 photos

... round. And there are indeed thousands of them. Every hour on the hour, they gather in the Old Town Square to witness the centuries old Astronomical clock, a relic saved from fire, water, flood, occupation and just about everything else that was thrown at it over its time. Of all of the pick-pocket havens in Europe, this area was surely the most bulging with opportunity. Tourists with fat wallets hanging out their back pockets were so absorbed by what they were seeing above them, ...