Hotel Mars

Kubanske Namesti 6, Prague, Bohemia, 10005, Czech Republic | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Prague

Is Budapest the best? Familiar faces in Prague

A travel blog entry by jessgurn

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So I finished off my last blog as I was leaving Vienna to travel to Budapest. I ended up catching a 7pm train and arrived about 10pm. Luckily I was able to instantly jump on a metro and travel 3 stops and then follow the excellent directions given by the hostel. When I arrived at my hostel I immediately fell in love with the place. It's a 130 year old house that was abandoned some time in the communist era here and recently taken over by some creative people who have worked hard to ...

Prague!

A travel blog entry by jakobetz

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... was a lovely evening. And it was a steal of a deal, our balcony seats cost us about 18 euros each. First thing Sunday morning we went to the bus station to buy our return ticket.  From there, we went to the Jewish quarter.  Before Hitler, Prague had a thriving Jewish population, mostly relegated to a small section of town.  There are still some ancient synagogues and the cemetery in the quarter, as well as the old town hall.  It was a ...

Czech Beer

A travel blog entry by danielpinno

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... about the Indian Jewel Restaurant and it turned out to be pretty good. I’m not an expert on Indian food, but I like to eat it from time to time. Indian Food isn’t very common in Germany.

It was still early and we considered going out to see a Czech Rammstein tribute band, but couldn’t be bothered paying the cover charge just for one beer. From there it was time to catch the metro back, thoroughly exhausted, but happy to see so much on our first ...

The 8th Month

A travel blog entry by nicoleau93

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... your ears (eyes) at this point. The crawl begins at a 90 minute free bar, with unlimited Absinthe (google it if you're not in the know), vodka, beer and wine. Then we move onto 3 more bars with a welcome shot at each (would be rude not to really) then finishes at what is said to be the biggest club in Eastern Europe consisting of 5 floors of RnB, House, Dancehall and everything else I could possibly wish for in a nightclub! Are you starting to see why ...

New Town

A travel blog entry by nicoll

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... which was designed by ex-President Havel's grandfather. There is also a fabulous Cafe, the Lucerna Cafe, on the first floor of the little arcade. In the old days, many famous Czech people gathered in the cafe to plot the demise of the Communist government. Outside the restaurant, hanging from the ceiling is the oddest statue. It depicts Wenceslas astride the belly of a dead, upside down ...

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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Financial District area of Prague, is near Zizkov TV Tower, Kampa Park, Military Museum, and Vinohradsky Hrbitovy.
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