Hostel Soltan

Revolucni 715 , Prague, Bohemia, 250 92, Czech Republic | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Prague

Castles and Doppelgängers

A travel blog entry by nessandjess


... After Nessy did a spider check of the shower I braved it with 2 mosquito type creatures and was then ready to drive further along the Rhine Valley. We waved goodbye to the cute granny of the family that own the campsite and headed down a much more direct route to the main road.

The Rhine had such sparkly water and more mini castles dotted all over the valley side, some right next to clusters of houses. We were planning future family holidays back there already.


A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson


... and come included in your meal, and you can order mayonnaise with your fries for no extra cost.

Frozen was magical, funny and beautiful! Everyone should see it because it is fun, festive and has a great score. Joanna said I reminded her of the reindeer character in it…perhaps I’m growing antlers because of the cold?

We meandered through the Christmas markets and then headed home, noting that it is much colder here in Prague than anywhere else we've ...

Day 39, Topdeck day 8, Prague

A travel blog entry by lisanovotny

Today was our free day in Prague. We started off with our pre-booked Segway tour. It was not the right weather for a Segway tour. It was cold, windy and wet. I think because of this our tour guide didn't really stop and talk about places, just kind of skipped past them, which was fine for us as well. We got to Segway up a big lookout hill which had amazing views over the entire town. Traveling up this hill, Sarah had her first stack, ...


A travel blog entry by glieden18


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I made a homemade tomato sauce for my noodles and at the hostel they had beer pong that I played and won a game of. It was the most simple beer pong I have ever played. No house rules. Also, I would like to make a few things clear to everyone, especially my parents. First, when you play beer pong in Europe, they actually put beer in the cups that you drink when you lose. In the US (at least at UND) when you play you fill the cups with water and take a sip of a ...

Partying in Prague!

A travel blog entry by tannas


... what was supposed to be a relatively quick bus ride. We were held up at the Poland- Czech border for 3 hours. We watched the entire movie of the hangover during this time. Not fun. But we made it, and oh boy was I glad we did. Granted our accommodation was way out of town, but the five of us can work out a city's public transport system in no time, and their currency. Yep again with the local currency, Czech Krohns this time. Our first night in, we were tired. But hey we are ...


This hostel, located in the Praha 1 area of Prague, is near Municipal House Hall (Obecni Dum), Praha Bike, Prague Pub Crawl, and Metronome.
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