Hostel AZ

Jindrisska street 5, Wenceslas Square, Prague, Bohemia, 110 00, Czech Republic | 1 star hostel
Prices starting from $22.00
 

Travel Blogs from Prague

Independence Day

A travel blog entry by abryan124

1

... I arrived at the hostel, I ran into my Brit friend from Munich and we watched the soccer game. Such a small world! We then grabbed kebabs with other Americans and it was really cool how easily people get along at this hostel. There is an outside garden that people can hangout in and this very large, diverse group of people played a really fun game of charades. It was really funny and I then noticed my friend from Brussels sitting ...

Praaaaaaague

A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie

152

... one of the best in the world at a much lower price than you would get anywhere else in the world for a similar standard. It was all very fancy with people in their finest tuxes and dresses while we rocked up in whatever we had on. The whole hall ended up being sold out and the orchestra was really good. The second part of the show, they bought out a massive grand piano out where a rather famous person then came out to play the next set. We obviously had no idea who he was but he was ...

Pretty Prague

A travel blog entry by reinapaul

38

... to make the 10.30am free (tip based only) three hour tour of the city. There we met up with the brothers who are always up for a laugh. I was a little excited to walk around the city as I have heard so much about its beauty. Our guide on the tour was FANTASTIC, he had been a stage performer, so he had a real ability for telling the history of the town as well as adding some funny jokes here and there. To be honest the city did not disappoint ...

Prague - day 2

A travel blog entry by rojaleca

4

... in who sounded like a kiwi - she was telling the waiter that 12 years ago she had lived across the street. We got talking and it turned out she's from Auckland and had moved to Czech to be the photography editor for Elle magazine in 1996, just as that industry was opening up in this area of Europe and they needed westerners to train Czechs. She asked me about my work and we got on to talking about traumatic brain injury, which she felt was a ...

A Rich History in Bohemia

A travel blog entry by sandhauer

28

... Marie Therese. This compound (the largest palace compound in Europe) also contains the magnificent St. Vitus Cathedral. We then descended the hill to cross the famous Charles Bridge with its impressive colonnade of statuary. This took us into the old town and the Jewish Quarter which has the up market residences and shopping one sees in all the world class cities. We ended our tour in the Old Town Square and arrived at the Astronomical Clock in time to see ...

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Location

This 1 star 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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