Dusni apartments

Address: Dusni 1, Prague, 11000, Czech Republic | 2 star hostel
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Travel Blogs from Prague


A travel blog entry by jimtrap on Aug 29, 2014

7 comments, 24 photos

... public transport system proved a winner. The trams are very modern and the underground Metro runs about every 2 minutes and is clear and quiet. A 90 minute ticket on all forms of transport for as many trips as you like costs about AUD$1.50 and a 24 hour ticket costs about AUD$5.

The food is much as you would expect a colder climate country to produce - heavy on beef, pork, chicken and duck dishes in rich sauces. There is also a strong ...

First day in Prague

A travel blog entry by buettn on Jun 16, 2014

2 comments, 4 photos

... problem yet, bear with me. We toured Prag castle and stopped briefly to view St. Vitus Cathedral. Many other buildings dimly registered but the general impression is of a beautiful city nestled in lovely hills. Most buildings survived the War. The best part was walking back through the bustling parts of the inner city and then along the Vltava River. The Hilton is on the outskirts in New Town a good long walk.

Up the hill and over the bridge

A travel blog entry by sindlen on Nov 23, 2013

4 photos

... road is a very short amount of time. To be fair, they do at least swerve a bit to miss you. Cigarettes are even cheaper in Prague than in Germany (about €3 a packet), so lots of butts and matches everywhere. There are more people begging here than in Berlin. Ed was watching one man with what appeared to be a sick dog which was lying in the street - that is until a car approached and tooted and the man whistled and ...

Czech Castle and a Thai massage

A travel blog entry by word-a-day on Aug 19, 2013

5 photos


With Prague in our sights, we had a lazy morning in the camper, before getting on the road mid-morning. Arriving at the campground, we decided cleanliness isn't such a Czech trait and after 3 months on the road, I think we're in a fair position to judge!

At least the staff were very friendly and helpful, so we spent the rest of the afternoon stuck inside the camper, with the rain pouring down outside, planning our two days ...

Prague, Czech Republic

A travel blog entry by madcar on Jun 22, 2013

38 photos

... way. Even though Prague a big tourist destination, there are still many locals who do not speak English, and you can't even begin to sound out their language due to the awkward spellings and sound combinations. So finding your own way by trying to read road signs would not be easy. Thankfully, our GPS passed the Prague test with flying colors. We parked the car and said goodbye to it for a few days. The view out our hotel window ...