Hostel Slunicko

Na Florenci 4, Prague, Bohemia, Czech Republic | Hostel

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3 days in Prague

A travel blog entry by thevans2014


... closed. The shops were filled with glass souvenirs and some very classy pieces caught our eye - unfortunately elegant wine glasses are not easy to pack in our bulging suitcases! Our guide on the walking tour covered the old town, new town and the Jewish quarter, providing an interesting perpective on the history of Prague and an insight into the patriotic stance taken by the Czech people towards ...

Prague and Berlin

A travel blog entry by calicait


... because I could actually dance to it. I was starting to get tired of the typical European techno music they play at the club. If I can't dance to it, then it's no good, and I can't dance to techno.

After a fun evening, we all headed back to the hostel to get some sleep.
The next day, Matt and I hopped on a bus to go tour the Terezin concentration camp. Emma stayed in Prague to tour the Jewish Museum and The Old Jewish Cemetery.

Pretty Prague

A travel blog entry by reinapaul


... up early and made good use of our train pass. Despite Paul being very hard to get up at 630am we managed to catch the train towards Sedlec Ossuary, otherwise known as the bone church, which is situated about an hour away from Prague. The ossuary is estimated to contain the skeletons of between 40,000 and 70,000 people, whose bones have been artistically arranged to decorate the chapel. Apparently every bone of the human body can be found ...

Act 3. Tour Prague with the Hoskins.

A travel blog entry by rlsjhos


... name) that during the occupation by the nazi regime was ordered removed. The soldiers not knowing which statue was which measured the noses on each assuming the longest would be the Jewish composer. This statue was taken down and destroyed as ordered. Only later did they find out it was the famous German composer and Hitler favourite, Richard Wagner! Rather ironic! The tour was interesting in that it concentrated quite a bit on ...

Erica & Sam Pounding the Pavement in Prague

A travel blog entry by mauveme


... So we decided to go a-walking and came to a "Westfield" - not quite but easier to get around. A few things off the list to do.

We finally made it to DOX on Monday - not what we were both thinging - tip, czec (haha - check) out the Dox website first before you take the effort. Good all the same.

We then ventured into town, visited "New Yorker" a franchise - and lots of teeny-boppers, and then went to a Czeh Restaurant - which also had international food. We ...


This hostel, located in the Praha 1 area of Prague, is near Municipal House Hall (Obecni Dum), Mucha Museum, Kampa Park, and Military Museum.
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