Apart-hotel BV

Wenceslas Square 48, Prague, Bohemia, 110 00, Czech Republic | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Prague

Prague Tour

A travel blog entry by britanne

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It's our last day in Prague, so we decided to do the Prague free tour since we don't really know too much about the city. They have quite an interesting and long history with so many governments. They finally became the Czech Republic in 1993. We saw the hourly performance of the astronomical clock, which would have been the biggest disappointment if you were expecting some grand show. The astronomical clock became a huge tourist ...

Prague - Day 3, Saturday

A travel blog entry by joanenelson

62

... a church. They were going to perform in two hours time, too late for us but we went into the church and sat for a while listening to another choir rehearse for the same concert. Managed to find our tram to the city, going the right way this time, and passed our hotel another time. Connected with the subway again to get two trains to the old city square. And guess what we were travelling in the wrong direction yet ...

A crash course in Czech history

A travel blog entry by 2aussiesinavan

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... set of buildings, many which are still used for government. The humidity here is overwhelming and although it may not get as hot as Melb. in summer the humidity is an absolute killer.

The Czech have a very long, proud history which in many ways was very forward and civic minded. they did have their battles, but they were all internal, mostly religious, but also demanding just leadership. It was interesting to note that after visiting all the ...

Old town and other sights

A travel blog entry by nicoll

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... information then describes in detail the assassination operation, who was involved, and what went wrong along the way (for example, the paratroopers were dropped close to Prague instead of Pilsen so they had to go back to Pilzen to meet up with their contacts). After the assassination, there were horrendous reprisals including the rounding up of the residents of two whole villages (which actually had nothing to do with the Operation), ...

Rolling around with 3000kc

A travel blog entry by lupah

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... the airport and be to my gate in 30 minutes. I was a bit worried at first when I saw huge lines at several check in lines on the other side of security. Thankfully security was a breeze and my ticket counter didn’t have a line. I was able to get my pass printed and head right to my gate with ten minutes to spare. This was the first flight I had taken that wasn’t actually full. I was so thankful for the added room and was able to sleep for the entire flight to Prague. ...

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Location

This hotel, located in the Praha 1 area of Prague, is near Wenceslas Square (Vaclavske namesti), Mustek Metro Station, Wenceslas Monument, and The Jan Palach Memorial.
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