Aparthouse 20

Address: Vaclavske namesti 20, Prague, 110 00, Czech Republic | Hostel
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Location

This hostel, located in the Praha 1 area of Prague, is near Mucha Museum, Wenceslas Square (Vaclavske namesti), Mustek Metro Station, and Wenceslas Monument.
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Travel Blogs from Prague

Winging the trains of Europe

A travel blog entry by blaurin on Aug 22, 2014

... an unspoken rule that the person who gets lost goes back to the last spot we were together. So far it has worked. That and Alex's Akubra have saved us several times!

Once back over the River, you run the gauntlet of jewellery stores. That I couldn't resist. Several were advertising 50 - 70 percent off. I looked in several stores with no sales, and it appeared to be genuine reductions in those stores advertising sales! I ...

Prague's Municipal House (Obecni dum)

A travel blog entry by norcalapa on Jun 11, 2014

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(By Jason Smart) Today a dozen of us enjoyed a private tour of Prague's Municipal House (Obecni dum), said to be the finest Art Nouveau building in the city. Don't let the name fool you--the municipal house isn't the seat of local government but rather a cultural center. Concerts are held frequently in three of the building's "halls." Our enthusiastic guide took us through the grandest of these, Smetana Hall, plus several ornate rooms/salons with paintings and ...

Party in Prague

A travel blog entry by kateandglen on Dec 13, 2013

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... at the Castle were great it is so grand sitting up overlooking the city. We ventured in the main gates and explored the palace grounds, St Vitus Cathedral was stunning with some of the most beautiful stained glass windows I have seen. They have an area called 'Golden Lane' which is a gorgeous wee street with original homes and stored from the 15th Century. They are now mainly little gift/souvenir shops but very cute and they had a couple set up ...

Cwoffee, blond and sweet.

A travel blog entry by jubba152 on Dec 10, 2013

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... all a part of the rite of passage that one endures in order to truly claim a place amongst the members of the world's traveling family. I'm still struck by, and in awe of, the courage it takes to actually hit the road, to break the sentimental ties that allow us to construct and subscribe to the comforts and securities of an idea about "home" and open oneself up to just about anything and everything that might happen to and around you. ...

It is not all beer and sausages...

A travel blog entry by soperclan on Jul 08, 2013

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... building, with hands on music exhibits which were fantastic, in particular a metal bowl filled with water, with brass moulded handles which when rubbed could get the bowl 'singing' and the water 'dancing'. We then went to a Georgian restaurant for dinner - we shared a spicy beef soup, meat dumplings and a cucumber, parlsey & walnut salad. The cuisine is bit like Turkish cuisine, which made a change from the Czech dumplings and pork.
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