Hotel Rococo

Address: Salmovska 14, Prague, 120 00, Czech Republic | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Prague

Berlin to Prague

A travel blog entry by westburykj on Jun 15, 2015

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... mistake today going to the ATM as the euro currency is not used here push the button for krone and withdrew 25000 which is $1,637.52 New Zealand dollars WHOOPS! (travelling experience) waiting for the girls to arrive and came across an amazing lolly shop called Captains Candy. The gummy bears were the size of your hand, did we buy from there of course we did, we're ...

Czech'n out Prague

A travel blog entry by coreymeredith on Feb 11, 2015

2 comments, 13 photos

... Sunday, ISA took us on a tour of the town. I got to see some of the main highlights of the city and was also able to purchase a cheap Czech phone. It was amazing to finally get to see the Old Town Square and Astronomical Clock that I have been dreaming about for months. I still am in awe every time I look at it. That evening, Bram and I explored the city some more and made our way to perhaps the most famous attraction in Prague, the Charles Bridge. If you type in Prague into google, ...

Day 13: And so...I Killed a Street Sign

A travel blog entry by missy_luvmuffin on Sep 10, 2014

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... for lunch, and then we saw a traditional black light theatre! It was Frankenstein's Monster! So good! I mean it was far from a high budget production, but it was kitschy and creative! I loved how they made it their own...for example, when they are bringing the monster back to life they used ET's finger instead of lightening :p. And when the monster comes to life he's a grown man in a baby suit and Frankenstein and Egor are teaching hi how to walk ...


A travel blog entry by emmaspiers on Aug 26, 2014

... capital of a province of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. In 1918, after World War I, the city became the capital of Czechoslovakia. In 1992, its historic centre was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. In 1993, Czechoslovakia split into two countries and Prague became capital city of the new Czech Republic. Most of the buildings within prague managed to escape destruction during the second world war, allowing beautiful cobbled streets and ...

Day 52: Into the night

A travel blog entry by ryan.lee on Jun 23, 2014

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... long; lasting over 3 hours. Our guide was quite entertaining and showed us the main sites around central Prague (including the old Jewish Sector). We had a break in the middle of the tour at a tavern and I got a snack that included a sausage, chips, salad, and a beer for under $8 CAD.

We headed back to the hotel to rest since we planned to go on a pub crawl in the evening. The pub crawl was pretty hyped up from what other travelers we met had said and from trip ...