Dolce Villa Hotel

Nebusicka 93, Prague, 164 00, Czech Republic | 4 star hotel
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the Praha 6 area of Prague, is near The Strahov Monastic Brewery (Klasterni Pivovar), Loreta Monastery and Treasury, Zlata Ulitzka, and Museum of Miniatures.
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    Travel Blogs from Prague

    Czeching it out!

    A travel blog entry by rangaphil on Jul 19, 2014

    38 photos

    ... the old town to view the city at night. Everything is lit up at night, especially some of the more iconic buildings, it sure is a sight to behold.



    Old is New and New is Old!

    The following day we caught up with Tom and Caitlin again, but this time Chanel and Chris both joined us for some more sightseeing. This time we travelled to the newer region of the town (which is mostly older ...

    Bohemian!

    A travel blog entry by christinec2013 on May 07, 2014

    19 photos

    ... the churches also and the view over the river of Prague, such beautiful view on a sunny day. There was this interesting spot also, like a mini amphitheatre, the semi-circle around it was probably only 5 steps high. But it had been designed in a way so that, to the speaker, it sounded like their voice was being echoed and sounded like, ten times louder than usual. To the audience it was the same pitch as normal, but to the speaker it was crazy loud. I was so surprised. It ...

    Czech people are not Prague-matic

    A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson on Dec 07, 2013

    48 photos

    ... there in time for the 10pm session. A guide took us to our first pub, where we had one hour of free drinks, including absinthe, beer, wine and vodka shots. We played a game…if you said ‘like’ you had to do a vodka shot. Deadly! At the next pub we had lovely elderflower ciders and busted some moves on the dance floor. The finally stop was the ‘biggest music club in Central Europe.’ There were five floors with different themed music, and the top ...

    The independence illusion

    A travel blog entry by wolfpackofone on Oct 01, 2013

    The indpendence illusion



    As a solo traveller it's imperative that one holds or learns a sense of independence. The idea that no matter what happens you will be able to pull through, that you don’t need anyone else to get by, and that if a gun was held at your head your innate ability to relate to people will have you convincing the attacker that he should not only put the gun down, but also come grab a beer.

    This sense of independence is ...

    Budapest to Prague!

    A travel blog entry by nicolapollard on Aug 30, 2013

    ... quarter and the main town square. It was very pretty with all the lights and there were heaps of people around. On the wall of one of the churches in the main square was an astronomical clock which was quite interesting. On each hour it does a little performance but it is actually known as the second most disappointing tourist attraction in Europe, we now know why. It hardly does anything but still manages to attract hundreds ...