Hotel Ariston & Ariston Patio

Address: Seifertova 65, Prague, 13000, Czech Republic | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Praha 3 area of Prague, is near Zizkov TV Tower, Kampa Park, Wittmann Tours, and Military Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Prague

    Relaxing day in Prague

    A travel blog entry by bolliss on Jul 24, 2015

    12 photos

    ... back to our hotel - victory! Interesting conversation with a man on the tram after he determined that we were Americans (what gave us away???) - "you are always in a hurry in America" - and I had to agree with him.

    After a short rest, our group had reservations at the Prince U Terese - a beautiful terrace restaurant that boosts views of the top 15 in the world. A beautiful view, great breeze and wonderful company made for a very ...

    Day two Prague: City of a Hundred Spires

    A travel blog entry by bandrpullen on Apr 04, 2015

    2 comments, 22 photos

    ... high heels on the cobblestones. I'd like to see the percentage of twisted ankles in the emergency department! We Opted for one of the Hop On/ Hop off bus tours. For two days it was 600 CZK ($23.84/per person) and that included a boat tour.  We rode the first route past the castle and through old town, new town and lesser town. If we had a month we wouldn't be able to see it all. The history is fascinating, the buildings are amazing to look at and there are ...

    Jewish museum

    A travel blog entry by carlsen456 on Mar 05, 2015

    2 photos

    I made it to the Jewish Quarter around 10:30. It was very cold and windy. I first walked through the Jewish cemetery. It is a compilation of tombstones packed tightly together with no real order. It signifies the severe overcrowding of the Jews in Czech. I next toured a few synagogues. I learned more about Hanukkah and the menorah. I toured a small Jewish museum. Most chilling was the ...

    Early days of the Sabbatical

    A travel blog entry by mike.hendry on Apr 25, 2014


    ... enter the easternmost Swiss Alps, that area where the borders of Switzerland, Austria and Italy are joined together like a badly fragmented jigsaw puzzle. My journey took in valley after valley of glorious Swizz countryside, the stupendous and utterly intimidating Stelvio Pass, relaxing lunches with fellow motorcyclists in clean, fresh mountain air, and in turn further wonderful experiences in Neuschwanstein, Rothenburg o.d.T, Prague and Berlin.

    The day of ...

    Last Few Days of Prague (Backdated)

    A travel blog entry by mauveme on Sep 12, 2013

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... t need to be asked twice. We also found an "Internet and International Calling" place so we planned on making that call to Aus - apparently no such thing as cheap calling-cards in Czech.

    Next day of course we rocked up to the Cheese Shop, bought a baguette, some cheese and had already bought some olives and wine at the supermarket the night before. We then went and had a look at some "odd things" - like an upside ...