Pension U Hronku

Address: ul. Nad Hradnim Vodojemem 29, Prague, Czech Republic | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Prague

Last stop - Prague

A travel blog entry by doug.emanuel on May 18, 2015

4 comments, 2 photos

... was beautiful but jam packed with tourists. Heaven knows what it'll be like in July.
Amongst many other things, Prague boasts the largest Castle complex in the world (45ha), and the first hospital in Europe, to perform an operation with the patient under an anaesthetic. It also boasts the largest photographic shop in Europe, which we managed to visit, minus our credit cards. It was indeed a very impressive shop, with an eclectic mix of ...

City of a hundred spires

A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Dec 05, 2014

... over the river, the lights on the bridges with dancing reflections in the water. And crowds of people. We are staying on Wenceslas Square and have part of the Christmas market right on our doorstep! After dropping our bags, we headed back outside, but it was now 10pm and the stalls were all closing up for the night. So time for bed! Saturday 6 December 2014 Stepping out of the door and right into the markets again. And this time they were open! First thing on the ...

The charming city of Prague

A travel blog entry by carla.micucci on Aug 14, 2014

16 photos

... getting a little expensive in the busy tourist areas. After dinner we went for a short stroll on Charles Bridge which was buzzing with tourists before heading back to our hotel to call it a night.

The next morning we enjoyed our hotel breakfast, which has probably been the best one we have had with loads of variety. We decided to visit Prague Castle which was only a 20 minute tram ride away. We spent about 4 hours walking around the very old castle that had ...


A travel blog entry by abryan124 on Jul 06, 2014

20 photos

... we were very frustrated as we walked through the city. Once we maneuvered through the crowds, we made it to John Lennon's wall. Lennon has really nothing to do with the wall but it inspired many people to speak out against Communism. When it started in 1981, people painted Beatles lyrics and wrote poems on there. The communist regime didn't like it this so there was a big clash between the students (who were painting) and the security police. I didn't expect the wall to ...

Bone Church, Kutna Hora and Prague

A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on Jun 04, 2014

10 photos

... in Pamplona when I’m in Spain at the end of this month, so that was really nice.

I checked out a few different sites in the city including the Sedlec Ossuary (Bone Church), Cathedral of Assumption, and Cathedral of St. Barbara. As expected the Bone Church was by far the most impressive of anything I saw today. It was a normal church with a graveyard, when about five hundred years ago so dirt from Palestine was spread at the graveyard ...