Adalbert Hotel

Address: Marketska 1/28, Prague, 169 00, Czech Republic | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Praha 6 area of Prague, is near Petrin Hill, Strahov Monastery (Strahovsky klaster), The Strahov Monastic Brewery (Klasterni Pivovar), and St. George's Basilica.
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      Česká out úžasné věci, které jsme dělali dnes !

      A travel blog entry by jessielewcock on Dec 18, 2014

      ... a currency in one go! The Christmas markets are absolutely beautiful. They aren't as large as the ones in Salzburg but that was made up for in atmosphere. The smells of mulled wine, roasting pork on huge open spits, coal from blacksmiths fires, accompanied with the traditional music playing in the background made me want to stay there for hours taking it all in. We crossed the Charles Bridge to the older side of town under the fortress, and fed a massive bunch of ...


      A travel blog entry by emmaspiers on Aug 26, 2014

      ... capital of a province of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. In 1918, after World War I, the city became the capital of Czechoslovakia. In 1992, its historic centre was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. In 1993, Czechoslovakia split into two countries and Prague became capital city of the new Czech Republic. Most of the buildings within prague managed to escape destruction during the second world war, allowing beautiful cobbled streets and ...

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      ... no defensive wall the original houses were built like mini castles with small windows and doors and with very thick walls. This was ideal when they lifted the city because all they did was to build on top of them and the original houses became the cellars or in the case of the Town Hall, the cellars of the four houses became part cellar and part prison. The food over here is largely meat orientated and often with dumplings. All the guys had pork knuckle last night which came ...


      A travel blog entry by paulausman on Apr 30, 2014

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      ... and she pointed out the castle from a distance and explained its history and how its the largest castle still used in the world. We then saw the large theater and walked to the Jewish area. The reason it had been so well protected (as is the same as for the whole of Prague) is that Hitler had an admiration of it. He was going to conserve this Jewish area as a museum of "where the exterminated people lived" as our guide explained it to us. Very ...

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