Hotel Legie

Address: Sokolska 486/33, Prague, 120 00, Czech Republic | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Praha 2 area of Prague, is near State Opera, National Technical Museum (Narodni technicke museum), National Museum (Narodni muzeum), and Zizkov.
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      Travel Blogs from Prague

      Taphophobia - fear of being burried alive

      A travel blog entry by greeneggsandham on Dec 01, 2014

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      ... We ended up at the same pub AGAIN that night. Thankfully the guys decided to go and check out a nightclub as well. It was pretty averages and just played bad Spanish music.

    • We grabbed some K fry on the way back the the hostel.
    • Sat 6/12/14
      • I wanted to check out the Jewish Cemetery today but it was closed again. This time due to it being a Jewish holiday so I went to the sex museum instead. It
        was really funny watching the expressions of all ...

      Czech It Out

      A travel blog entry by tomholmes on Sep 04, 2014

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      ... with such high expectations, could Prague live up to its name? The usual procedures were followed when arriving. Off the bus, onto the metro, off the metro, get lost, ask for help, find hostel. As evening was already upon us by this time, we found a market to do some food shopping, and then ate. The following morning, and the rain the forecast had promised had arrived, despite it only being the last day of August. But it wasn't going to put us off. With our warm ...

      East Prague

      A travel blog entry by vmckinley11 on Jul 23, 2014

      26 photos

      ... Klausova Synagogue, the Old Jewish cemetery, Pinkasova Synagogue and other less noteworthy ones. The Old Jewish cemetery has over 12,000 visible tombstones (which are very close together), but as many as 100,000 Jewish persons buried there. Since the Jewish Quarter was a ghetto for a long period of Prague's history there was nowhere else to bury their dead, and since they believe strongly in not digging up the graves new ones had to be placed on top. Supposedly there are up to 12 layers ...

      Exploring Prague

      A travel blog entry by susan.carrick on Jul 02, 2014

      9 photos

      ... to produce a city that takes your breath away with every new turn. About three hours into our tour we were both overwhelmed by the architecture - the word stunning doesn't start to do it justice whether it be the ornate detail of a church or the view from high on the hill at the Prague Castle.
      We both agree that the sense of scale, the centrality of town squares as gathering points and the use of space are ...

      Prague on the run!

      A travel blog entry by weir on Apr 05, 2014

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      After our wonderful visit to Regensburg, we got on our tour bus and took our last ride north to Prague. The old border with Germany is still visible with two parallel clear-cut areas, each about a hundred yards long, and parallel ditches running along the border. Some of the old checkpoint buildings are still standing but many are in the process of being removed. If you are not looking, it would be easy to pass the border without knowing it. What ...