Aparthotel Karasova

Krasova 22, Prague, Bohemia, 130 00, Czech Republic | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Prague

Palaces and Parks in Prague

A travel blog entry by alexvarelas


... very first houses of Prague that were now underground. We saw a head hanging from the roof with blood, the tour guide told us that sometimes it drips at the bottom.

The next day we went on a boat cruise and I ate 4 schnitzels. We saw geese, Charles Bridge, and a lot of old buildings. We also saw the astronomical clock in the old town square. That night we went to Hard Rock Cafe and ...

Prague the city of Czech royalty

A travel blog entry by paleojohn2010


... skies are more clear than overcast. I am sure that will be the weather, all the way down to Prague. So it is a good day to ride a train. Kathy's first train ride in Europe and her first time since she was a little girl.
Let me mention fashion. As previous the Germans are really into blue jeans and the jeans are a bit faded, now they wear them with the cuff turned up about 4 inches and we have really seen a lot of Germans both young and old wearing red - ...

The city of spires and steeples

A travel blog entry by jennakiyoko


... drink steakhouse. That gave us a great start to the night, as we headed off to a five story dance club after dinner! This place was pretty unique, as it had 5 different bars in one. For the most part we were on the golden oldies floor! The next morning we went on a guided tour of old town Prague. It was great to hear the history of all of the sites. Seeing Prague castle was the highlight of the tour for me, it is the largest castle ...

Pit-stop Prague

A travel blog entry by becky_jonathan


... the corner with me drawing on Jonathan’s leg with a biro and listening in on other people’s tours, which were mostly in Spanish. Marvellous.

To make ourselves feel better, we admired the beautiful views (they really were lovely) that we had been rewarded with after climbing so many steps. We then headed down to the Jewish Quarter to have the doors of the Synagogue closed in our faces, yet again. We weren’t having much luck. After looking at ...

Prague (May 23 to May 26)

A travel blog entry by loogmord


... lots of action and people and didn't experience any little hands around or inside our pockets looking for cash. Pick-pocketing is apparently an art form here handed down from generation to generation. The Dahlia Inn is owned by a young energetic man of English/Polish descent, who gave us so much information about restaurants in the area that we were overloaded. Nevertheless, we chose one his recommendations (a pub across the street- Provasky Dum). On ...


This hotel, located in the Praha 3 area of Prague, is near State Opera, Zizkov TV Tower, Kampa Park, and Wittmann Tours.
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