BEST WESTERN Premier Hotel Royal Palace Prague

Letenska str. 11, Prague, 11819, Czech Republic | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located in the Praha 1 area of Prague, is near Lesser Quarter (Mala Strana), Franz Kafka Museum, Wallenstein Palace Gardens (Zahrada Valdstejnskeho palace), and Torture Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Prague

    Sex, Cops and Rock n Roll

    A travel blog entry by yakking_mad on Jul 23, 2014

    ... left Kris with the car a number of streets away and was running around in this storm in shorts, a t-shirt and sunglasses - I looked like a right idiot. But anyway, the hostel was fine and at about 9:30 we donned our ponchos and heading out in search of food. We found an up market restaurant serving traditional Czech food and beer. We needed beer! After we finished the rain had eased and we headed back to the hostel. There we had Internet access and a French ...

    Prague D2

    A travel blog entry by lakssmitha on Apr 24, 2014

    ... area - the main old royal palace is closed for a few days for renovation but we had a look on the courtyard and outside. Its the world's largest castle complex and a UNESCO heritage site. Starting with the St.Vittus cathedral which is very gothic in style and was completed only in 1929 as it stands today. They started in the year 1344. The next will be the 'Old Royal Palace' which today remains the seat of the President ...

    Day 13 - Prague

    A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013 on Dec 04, 2013

    6 comments, 75 photos

    ... During the Nazi occupation of Czechoslovakia during World War II, Prague Castle became the headquarters of Reinhard Heydrich, the "Reich Protector of Bohemia and Moravia". It is said that he placed the Bohemian crown on his head; old legends say that a usurper who places the crown on his head is doomed to die within a year. Less than a year after assuming power, on May 27, 1942, Heydrich was attacked by British-trained Czech soldiers while on his way to the Castle, and died of ...

    Prague - Czech it Out!

    A travel blog entry by gflacke on Sep 20, 2013

    12 photos

    ... to be full moon, so it was quite beautiful. Along the way we found a bakery that specialized in gingerbread and marzipan creations, and they even had a little marzipan hippopotamus! Of course I purchased it and am now tasked with transporting it back to Australia without squishing it. I am considering Czech-ing myself into a rehab center when I get back to Perth; my hippopotamus problem (obsession, some might say?) might be getting a bit out of control.


    Praha after 7 years: "La Reconquista"

    A travel blog entry by kabsa2laksa on Aug 04, 2013

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... 1 hour away from Prague. I took the train to visit the castle and on the way I met a couple of youngsters who were traveling to the same town but for a different purpose. They were attending Europe's largest "drum and bass" festival. It was cool to chat with them as they rolled a joint of marijuana in the train as it if was the most common thing in the world :-). This trip reminded me the Czech Republic is one the most important beer consumer countries per capita, ...