Aparthotel Lublanka

Address: Lublanska 59, Prague, 12000, Czech Republic | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Praha 2 area of Prague, is near State Opera, National Technical Museum (Narodni technicke museum), Wittmann Tours, and National Museum (Narodni muzeum).
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    Historical Prague

    A travel blog entry by peter_maggie on Jun 02, 2015

    4 comments, 47 photos

    ... here are so amazing, each one with their own statue's. Prague was just about untouched during the second world war.There is also a lot of Jewish history here.

    Prague is filled with incredible sights and lot of history, you would need more than 5 days to see it all,the architectural styles here in Prague include Renaissance, Baroque, and Roman as well as Gothic masterpiece of St. Vitus Cathedral.Legend has it that the former home of Franz Kafka, alchemists ...


    A travel blog entry by kas19 on Sep 25, 2014

    6 photos

    ... the Jewish ghetto is the most expensive place live in all of Prague. Prague is called the city of 1000 spires because of all the churches but we learned that 89% of Czechs defined themselves as atheists. Now most of the churches are museums, concert halls and even night clubs. Finally, our tour took us to a concert hall near the river. We learned that during WW2 this was the headquarters of Heidrick, one of Hitler's right hand man. We learned of the botched assassination attempt on ...


    A travel blog entry by ashnbrieurope on Aug 22, 2014

    12 photos

    ... but figuratively) the intensity of his gaze as he was watching you and adding strokes to the paper. We couldn’t help but laugh the entire time. He had a cheeky smirk on his face as he continued to add and plot. The whole experience was quite odd when everyone who walks past chuckles and giggles and you have no idea what’s waiting for you around that corner. When he is finally done the final product was pretty good but we will wait to show you ...

    Travels with my daughter, phase one

    A travel blog entry by jakobetz on Jun 23, 2014

    16 photos

    ... and I caught a train out of Vienna Tuesday morning to go Prague. It's a five hour train ride, with several stops in the Czech Republic. An interesting note about crossing borders in Europe: with the Schengen Agreement, we can cross borders of EU countries with no passport checks, and no stopping at all. Also, unlike crossing state borders in the U.S., there is no huge sign proclaiming that you are leaving one state/country and entering another. Not even a little sign. At ...


    A travel blog entry by lishinlondon on Dec 06, 2013

    28 photos

    ... what the significance of the event was due to my Czech skills lacking but whatever it was it was incredible to see and it brought a small gathering of local elders to tears. Later that evening we would try to Google the event or see it on the news but to no avail.

    After filming the procession we headed to a small cafe to defrost and try a local delicacy called trdelnik, a sweet pastry cylinder lined with topping of ...