Praha 1 - Konviktska 10, Prague, Bohemia, 110 00, Czech Republic | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Prague

Rome to Prague

A travel blog entry by grandpadavo

... cab. Noon checkout then taxi to airport. Czech Airlines great - very helpful - declined offer of wheelchair as easy walk to gate but asked again at gate if wanted assistance Lunch at airport. Flight delayed due to heavy traffic at airport - waited in plane for over 30 minutes Trouble finding transfer at Prague airport as driver had only mobile phone with name on it - no sign Check in at Intercontinental ...

My thinking trip to Prague

A travel blog entry by iliuchina


... br> The bus trip was at 7 am, so i didn't sleep all night. I got on the bus, closed my eyes, and the next thing that happens, some random guy wake me up, I'm going out of the bus, and see the big sign - Prague!
I'm here, with my hand bag and travel bag.
Of coarse i was stupid enough and didn't check in the map how to go from the bus station to the hotel, and didn't changes my euros to szc.. never mind,,, i ...

Prague, Czech

A travel blog entry by lesley-michael


... duration of our stay we don't need it again and walked from our hotel over the famous Charles Bridge, a historic bridge that crosses the Vltava river in Prague built or started in 1357.

You could see that they had just recovered from the widespread rainfall that had hit Germany and Czech which must have broken the river banks at various points.

In the afternoon ...

A Fairytale City

A travel blog entry by saradougherty


... time and it was wonderful during the cold. Like many of the other places I have traveled to in Europe, the churches of Prague were equally amazing. I saw the Infant Jesus of Prague, which is one of the oldest and most revered images of Jesus. All in all, Prague was awesome and a great start to spring break. The vibe is very youthful, fun, mysterious and enchanted. Prague was a place I always wanted to visit and it exceeded my expectations 100%. ...


A travel blog entry by tezzatravels


... out were Vaclav Havel game his speeches from a balcony to throngs below. The Grand Hotel Europa has hosted the likes of Russian astronaut Yuri Gagarin and Cuba's Fidel Castro. Many BIG jokes at Rose's expense as we walked.

Off on tram 9 to go to the nuclear bunker, a spot that could hold 5,000 people. Everyone got to put on jackets, helmets and gas masks if they wanted to. The return tram went to Wenceslas Square where the trip ended.


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