Villa Venus

V Holesovickach 17, Prague, Bohemia, 17000, Czech Republic | Villa
Prices starting from $64.00

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A travel blog entry by spsadventures


... possible so that all of us who didn't understand a lot of Italian could still follow what was going on and be entertained. Still, I was glad I looked up the show on wikipedia beforehand or I probably would have missed a lot. All in all, I recommend it for people who have never done opera before, but I probably wouldn't bring kids unless they could understand Italian.

After the show, most of the stalls for the Easter markets were shut ...

Last day

A travel blog entry by simonsueroute66


... We found a perfect cafe and treated ourselves to a big dish of Prague's famous local dish....goulash.. Yummy. This was served in a cob of bread.. A must. Tummies full now. Then, off to Hard Rock Cafe. Fab atmosphere and worth a visit. Shame the eateries and bars here allow smoking inside. Horrid. Sitting around the hotel for a few hours before our evening flight.. Bored out if our minds. Zzzz To sum up our few days in Prague. Absolutely awesome. The snow made up ...

Travel day

A travel blog entry by cowling


... with huge gardens attached. The woman told me if they left the car on the roadside over the weekend it would be gone when they came back.

Because I'd read about scams and stuff in Prague I was a little bit suspicious of people but in fact everyone we met on the street was really helpful. Its a shame your opinion of a place gets coloured by a few crimes.

We were staying slightly out of the ...

The Jewish Quarter

A travel blog entry by 2aussiesinavan


... by the Communists in 1968 following the Prague Spring uprising.
There was also a gallery of art work produced by children in one of the staging camps on the way to the death camps, They were just like children's drawings everywhere except they had images of what it was like in the camp, but they had also drawn their families, what their life had been like before and what they imagined their liberation ...

Painting a picture

A travel blog entry by wanderinggoose


Walter tried his best this morning to have us out of the apartment before the queue became too long to view the clock tower in the central square. It was to be another lovely day and viewing prospects were good. So we postponed breakfast for some exercise climbing stairs. We were pleasantly surprised to find no stairs but an elevator and ramp to take us to the top. This activity was followed by a tour of four of the city's oldest houses or city halls ...


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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