Junior Hostel

Address: Senovazne Namesti 21 , Prague, 11000, Czech Republic | 3 star hostel
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This 3 star hostel, located in the Praha 1 area of Prague, is near Municipal House Hall (Obecni Dum), Museum of Communism, Mucha Museum, and Black Theatre Prague Animato.
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      A travel blog entry by cruisingplus on Aug 02, 2014

      This morning we had to get organised for our bus transfer to Prague. After breakfast we had some free time before being taking by our new guides off to a restaurant in Bratislava for lunch before getting on board the bus for our approximate 3.5 hour bus ride to Prague. Unfortunately it was not a coach transfer to remember due to lack of space on the coach and once you cross the border from Slovakia intothe Czech Republic you could say the roads have a little to be desired. Also ...

      Hot in Prague

      A travel blog entry by garrcon on Jun 16, 2014

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      ... young people at the malls, quite interesting.
      Czerny Most was at the end of the metro line, you get off come up the escalator and there is the mall, giant mall, and lots of shoppers. They claim to have more modern malls than in " the west". It was air conditioned so we had lunch and spent some time just chilling out as our apt does not have air, then we got home we took a cold beer to the park across the street and chilled out until the sun was off the ...


      A travel blog entry by carole.hunter on May 23, 2014

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      ... was expected this afternoon. Yesterday the temp got to 28deg. This afternoon the tour started at 2.45 and went for about 60 mins. Once again the tour guide was excellent. She walked us through the Jewish Quarter and gave us a history lesson on the persecution of the Jews by the Germans. How they were hunted out of their homes and sent off to one of the worst concentration camps, and where the majority ended up in the gas ovens. It was very sad and she ...

      Milking the Pig

      A travel blog entry by peteindira on Oct 08, 2013

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      ... office and residential buildings mostly built several hundred years ago.

      The balconies and rooftops of the buildings are littered with over the top facades and stone statues. It's interesting seeing how modern Praguians (Praggies?) move through it all completely unimpressed by the fact that they might at this very moment be leaning on a 300 year old statue as they talk away into a cell phone on their balcony.

      The problem ...

      Pilsner and professors

      A travel blog entry by paulandashe on Aug 22, 2013

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      ... a plenty it is loads of fun. Day two saw a big walk from the old cathedral area and town walls to the Prague castle area and then back to the old town. The Prague castle complex is the biggest in Europe. It consists of a magnificent cathedral, the houses of parliament and old palace. It was so big Paul thought he would return later in the week for a tour, but we will come to that later. Along our travels we stumbled upon the beautiful gardens of the houses ...