Villa Venus

V Holesovickach 17, Prague, Bohemia, 17000, Czech Republic | Villa
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Travel Blogs from Prague

Bye Bye Bohemia - Regensburg & Prague then Home

A travel blog entry by marybc

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... performance Spartakiada which referred to the power and strength of the slave uprising led by Spartacus of old. No egos involved here! Little of this huge arena is still useable today.
OK... I'm sounding pretty negative here....
Once we got to the castle at the top of the hill (and the rain stopped) things started to look up. Yes there were way too many people but it was a pretty spot and the view was lovely. We wandered through St. Vitus ...

Prague - Day Two

A travel blog entry by mugharrington

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... bus location and off we went to Prague Castle which is the largest castle complex in the world. On the way, Tomas, our guide (a theology and history major at Charles University), gave us a quick run-down on the Czech Kings and the Hapsburg empire. My sixth
grade history teacher would be proud that I was finally paying attention to what the Hapsburgs were doing! King Wenceslas (of the Christmas Carol) is ...

Prague

A travel blog entry by greenc14

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... really had four people in it. In all honesty, if I wasn't drunk then I would have been convinced that a serial killer was gonna pop out of a corner. But that didn't happen and we all made it home safe at the normal hour of 6am. On Saturday we finally had nice weather out so me, Army, and two of his friends, Harry and Ben, all went to another really big park, had a few beers and sausages and threw around a rugby ball and a frisbee. That night though was one of ...

Castles & Communism

A travel blog entry by mrandmrstopp

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... stronghold into the massive complex it is today. They also had the Crown Jewels on display but I think they were replicas. Round the corner was Golden Lane, a street of 16th century trademan's houses. As you would expect from something built in that time, the entranceways are short, the stairs are steep and the rooms tiny. A famous Jewish Czech author, Franz Kafka, lived in one of these houses for a while. I havent read any of his works, but they sound rather depressing by all ...

Mmm….Beer Cheese!

A travel blog entry by mergatroid

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... it. I made my way back into the town square and climbed to the top of the Tower there, which was of course gave another great lookout from a different perspective over the city. After this I headed back to the hotel grabbing my laundry on the way.

This evening Sara organised a restaurant for those who were interested in a group dinner, about 10 of us ended up going. I am not going to use real names but lets just say it was ...

Location

This villa, located in the Praha 8 area of Prague, is near Castle District (Hradcany), Petrin Tower (Rozhledna), Veletrzni Palace (National Gallery), and Krizikova Fontana.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Villa Venus Prague

2.50 of 5 stars Fair