Hotel Am Goldenen Hufeisen

Address: Nerudova 34 Prague 1, Prague, 15000, Czech Republic | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Prague

Prague - Week 40

A travel blog entry by dedmonds on Oct 12, 2014

32 photos

... funereal gowns of several saints and monarchs who had been buried in the cathedral as well as the chain mail and helmet worn by Good King Wenceslas, the Czech Republics favourite saint.

I should mention that we purchased an audio guide for the palace, and to do so we had to provide some form of ID, an address and 500 Czech Crowns ($20) cash deposit, which was refunded on return of the ...


A travel blog entry by ngyixian1 on Jul 01, 2014

1 comment, 21 photos

... noting Czechs do not speak in hushed towns in their local pubs. They also take their smoking seriously. Apparently all the other countries around them have embraced anti-smoking campaigns, so they're the bastion of smokers in Central Europe. We attempted to sample the prague music scene on a shoestring by attending free concerts. First stop was a jazz concert by the river which we mistimed so we only heard a few minutes of jazz. Second stop was ...

Occupying Prague

A travel blog entry by benstevens on Apr 03, 2014

29 photos

... just drank of course! What else could we do?" And to be fair their beer is fabulous. I’d had my first Pilsner Urquell off their special pressurised taps the previous night and had been stunned by how different it tasted to the rubbish version we get back home.

Evidently, this ‘tradition’ of enjoying one’s self despite whatever plight may have befallen the individual or collective has survived. In George’s case I suspect it might have been a ...


A travel blog entry by kag on Jan 16, 2014

13 photos

... to keep his ears warm. He removed the Russian badge after he had a couple of unusual reactions from locals. m 13/1/14 Waking tour of Prague with our guide Helga. Although we pass many places we have already seen, we now see this through the eyes of a local. In Wenceslas Square, we learn that not only was " good King Wenceslas only a Prince, or a Duke, but that he was famous for his benevolence to the poor, but also that he was murdered by his ...

The city of dreams and my run through its sewers

A travel blog entry by imrannaser on Sep 14, 2013

... a fairy-tale or a dream. Matter of fact while I was down there, I learned, that one of the main reasons Prague retains much of it's original splendor from before the world wars was because while Hitler was rampaging through Europe and burning or bombing all of it, the reason he decided to spare Prague is because he found the city to remind him of the city his mother grew up in. And for this reason, he called off on its destruction and it was saved. Interesting ...