Villa Olivia Hotel

Address: Osicka 17-19, Prague, 19800, Czech Republic | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Praha 14 area of Prague, is near Castle District (Hradcany), Petrin Tower (Rozhledna), Zizkov TV Tower, and Ledebour Garden.
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Travel Blogs from Prague

Visiting Terezin

A travel blog entry by abcaplan on Sep 04, 2014

3 comments, 4 photos

... by children and by adults, that told the real story in stark, bleak drawings. Most unsettling was the crematorium ovens. Perhaps it was my imagination, but the smell of death was still present, after all these years.

Upon our return to our hotel we met our fellow OAT travelers at an orientation meeting, then had a very lively dinner at a local restaurant, sampling our first Pilsner of the trip.
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Prague Nightlife

A travel blog entry by rachelniewiada on Jun 17, 2014

2 comments, 2 photos

... Here, we were able to see the Astronomical Clock in the square which was very intricate and complex! It had 24 hours instead of 12 and even had the astronomical signs to determine what time of year it is. I made myself a mental note to visit tomorrow and see it chime with little puppets every hour! That should be cool!!

The rest of the evening was spent truly engulfing the Czech lifestyle. This ...

Czech it out!

A travel blog entry by jenwojnarowicz on Mar 15, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... the giant bottle for a couple of dollars. It was really weird at first and served warm but after a few gulps it tasted like a tootsie roll. Definitely a unique find. The St. Charles bridge is one of the most famous connectors across the river. It has dozens of monuments that line the bridge and was beautifully crafted. It connects the side of the river that Old Town is one with the Castle district on the other side. There are a few different stories that say you should touch ...

Prague: Day 3

A travel blog entry by jeffdavis152 on Dec 12, 2013

5 photos

... people. The giant paintings depicting war scenes hung from the walls, and an angelic figure decorated the ceiling. The warm wood tones made the room feel cozy despite the graphic illustrations. The next room was by far my favorite. I found that I was really taken by Mucha’s lithographic art shown in his museum, and this room was completely designed, down to the furniture, by Mucha. The ceiling showed Slavic characters ...

Another day in Prague

A travel blog entry by fitchett on Jun 14, 2013

1 comment, 9 photos

... a few posters that he had done for plays by Sarah Bernhardt in Paris in the 1890s, book and magazine covers that he had done, examples of books that he had done the illustrations for, and one or two paintings. Mucha used a very limited colour palette, with black representing the past, blue – negative things, yellow positive things and orange the future. We understand that the main collection of his paintings (a ...