Hotel Apartments Wenceslas Square
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Apartments Wenceslas Square Prague
Not all was perfect, but what a great location. we had a kitchen. awesome flatmates
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Prague is a stunning city, with more beautiful buildings than I have ever seen in one place - it even rivals Paris! Once again, the Woods have left a trail of sunshine across Europe and we have had sunny weather with blue skies and it has brought the Praha population out onto the streets. We only see crowds like his in Melbourne maybe on New Years …
The night train from Copenhagen to Prague was cancelled last year - the effect of cheap and faster plane fares. That was disappointing for us as we wanted the novelty of a classic night train complete with beds and a butler! So we had to book a day trip in two parts: Copenhagen to Berlin and then Berlin to Prague, with a total of 14 hours travel …
... on many years of our respective lives.
Olomouc was a pleasant suprise, being just an overnight stop on the way to Poland. A much smaller city than Prague but still a little difficult to find the apartment we had booked. We finally figured out the intracies of the building numbering system and phoned our landlord to advise of our arrival.
Soon after a stylish young woman appears, smiles, shakes our hands and leads us through a small wooden door into a ...
... spanning a massive area and holding a number of churches including that of St. Vitus.We also got the treat of seeing the changing of the guard, whilst not having the same pomp and ceremony as the likes of Buckingham Palace it was still fun to see. From the castle we made our way down towards town again to the last of Prague’s major sights which is the Alexander Bridge, this admittedly probably looks better from afar rather than on it but it was good to see ...
... here, I couldn't find a bad cup other then the previously mentioned. 4. Beer is cheaper than water, seriously. The local Budvar is nothing like Budwesier back home. 3. Find a tour that interests you and go. Don't hesitate to book weeks or months in advance, often the best tours are kept to minimal numbers. We learned a great deal about the country's history, its people and the food because of these tours. Research your tours on TripAdvisor, you won't be led ...