Hotel Stadion

Address: Komenskeho 1214/2, Hradec Kralove, Bohemia, 500 03, Czech Republic | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Komenskeho 1214/2, Hradec Kralove, is near White Lady on the castle Jindrichuv Hradec.
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    Travel Blogs from Hradec Kralove

    2 Days in Prague

    A travel blog entry by garystephan on Oct 21, 2015

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... We than headed down to the old, old town by walking down 220 steps, wandered down narrow streets with beautiful buildings and churches. Finally we made it to the Charles bridge where our boat was waiting. We hopped on the boat for a 40min boat ride up and down the river. Once off the boat we walked across the Charles bridge(very old) wander up and down more streets in the old city. Finally at 3.30pm we arrived at our 17th century ...

    Kutna Hora and the Ossuary

    A travel blog entry by hippler on Oct 30, 2014

    27 photos

    ... spruce up the place a bit. It was eerie but beautiful at the same time. The most interesting piece was a herald made out of bones, and showed the skull of a Turk getting his eye plucked out by a Raven.

    That was pretty cool and so was the town. There was breathing room! It was a quaint town with lots of narrow streets and lanes. And it had one of the most amazing ...

    City of Churches and Bones

    A travel blog entry by danielpinno on Oct 07, 2013

    50 photos

    ... of its glory years which have long past. Nevertheless, it was good to see something different.

    The Sedlec Ossuary or the Bone Church is probably the main reason people come here. It is a graveyard chapel decorated with the bones of between 40-70,000 people. Nobody really knows exactly, but I had a weird feeling about the whole place. First of all the graveyard is pretty small and the chapel in the middle looks more like a nuclear bunker with pieces of concrete lying around ...

    Bones and a chateau on my birthday

    A travel blog entry by chaoticglitter on Apr 29, 2013

    16 photos

    ... in Prague. Well we were still there, but did not see or hear anything and until we got to our next destination, really had no idea what happened accept there was an explosion. Our next stop was to Kunta Hora to the Bone Church. This is a church that has the bones of an estimated 40,000 people artfully arranged inside. Side note- I went hiking with Erin a couple weeks ago and walked up on skeletons of dear and pretty much ...

    Bones Bones Bones

    A travel blog entry by davidavi on Jul 08, 2012

    2 comments, 12 photos

    ... ghost town atmosphere seems to be in the air. Bringing with this, though, is less tourists, which is very nice. Less frequented and much more space to explore. You don't have to wait to be served for an ice cream like you do in Prague where people are packed into a small quarter and do silly things like stop and then turn quickly to the side, making walking the Charles Bridge during the day a little like running a race. ...