Hotel Bella

Address: Hloubetinska 20 / 17, Prague, 19800, Czech Republic | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Praha 14 area of Prague, is near Castle District (Hradcany), Petrin Tower (Rozhledna), Zizkov TV Tower, and Lidice Memorial.
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Travel Blogs from Prague

Old Town

A travel blog entry by abaker5 on Jun 04, 2015

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We headed to old town first where our first stop was Powder Tower which was constructed in the 11th century as an entrance to the city and its gothic style was inspired by the Charles Bridge. It got its current name from its use to store gunpowder in the 17th century. Next we walked towards the river where we had a distant view of the massive metronome up on the hillside. We could also see Prague Castle up on an adjacent hill which we planned on exploring tomorrow as it was pretty high ...


A travel blog entry by granorley on Sep 22, 2014

... you also get the benefit of a group and meeting learning from the people on the tour as also been a good experience. We decided to do a day tour that included a walking tour, river cruise and as we discovered a lovely lunch. We walked through the castle again and through both the old and new towns. The river cruise was scenic and I think the best way to get good photos of any city, as you have no crowds. Our guide was a little difficult to hear and a bit boring, but ...

Walking tour and a sangria 'party'

A travel blog entry by laurenw_is on Aug 15, 2014

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... had grown up in Prague, but had spent many years living abroad in the US. He tried hard to make jokes throughout the tour but he only managed to receive a few s******s from most of the group (with the exception of one red headed chick from the UK, who laughed like a school girl at each one). Anyway, the tour started in the Old Town square in front of the Astronomical clock. Built in 1410, it's supposedly the oldest clock in the ...

Is getting an earlier train a good idea?

A travel blog entry by anne.nathan on Jun 11, 2014

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... br> I think the next part was my favourite. The views across the river are great, and I loved the weirs, the locks, the boats and so on. We walked along the west bank and there weren't too many people about. We stopped at the Museum Kampa to read the story of "Winton's Trains".
From google - "Winton´s team realised the situation was so desperate, they decided to
falsify the visas, thus increasing the danger. In spite of all this, eight ...

Home Sweet Home

A travel blog entry by welcomeaboard on Feb 27, 2014

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... it, no space left for a desk. What a great starting point for a responsible life of studies!

/how incredible is the connection between my room and Oxford itself, the smallest town in the world. Don’t you dare call it a city!/

My housemates were Spanish Mafioso, growing weed at a literally every corner of the garden. Who cares about rules (or law), worse was that they didn’t want to share! Having a house party every night may sound like a lot ...