Status: New - Paperback. Pub Date: December 2012 Pages: 352 Publisher: Lonely Planet Europe's Capital of quirkiness is A LIVING gallery of the gothic and...... more
Status: New - Paperback. Pub Date: December 2012 Pages: 352 Publisher: Lonely Planet Europe's Capital of quirkiness is A LIVING gallery of the gothic and baroque the where the ghosts of Dvorak and Kafka haunt grand Cafes. Bohemian bars and Smoky jazz JOINTS. - Neil Wilson. Lonely Planet Writer Our Promise You can trust our travel information because Lonely Planet authors visit the places we write about. each and every edition. We never accept freebies for positive coverage so you can rely on us to tell it like it is . Inside This Book ... Free pull-out city map 100 of Prague's best restaurants 31 varieties of pivo (beer) 28-page color map section 16 romantic castles 1 Cubist lamp post Comprehensive map section Feature coverage of top sights Range of planning tools Top sights and experiences from around the Czech Republic
City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra : Karas: The Third Man Cd (2003)
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National Geographic Traveler: 2nd Edition: Prague and the Czech Republic, (National Geographic Traveler Prague & the Czech Republic) - National Geographic Society
Status: New - Capturing Prague's enchantment - its lavish palaces and baroque churches, street musicians and Old World cafes - and the beauty of the Czech...... more
Status: New - Capturing Prague's enchantment - its lavish palaces and baroque churches, street musicians and Old World cafes - and the beauty of the Czech Republic's countryside, this guide takes you to the best sites, as well as some lesser-known ones, providing extensive background information and tips on how best to visit each place.
Advantages: Great view Disadvantages: Waste of money
...As some of you will know from my other review I visited Prague recently. I didn't include Prague Castle in that review because it seemed like the review was already really long but as it is one of the main attractions.
This review is going to be really mixed because there is so much to Prague castle. It's really like going to a little village because there is so much to the castle...
Advantages: Reasonably cheap accomodation Disadvantages: No in house Restaurant, No Room Service
...this accomodation, having booked a small room, however when I was shown my room I am sure it would have been suitable for two people. As I was staying in prague for two nights on a leisurely short city break, this did not particularly bother me too much regarding the standard of the facilities. When I was shown my room there were two single Bed's situated side-by-side. The Bed's to my eyes looked...
Advantages: History, Architecture and Culture Disadvantages: Lots of walking, steep hills and cobbled streets
...of Prague are numerous souvenir shops all selling pretty much the same wares: Russian Dolls, silver, amber and glass. The basic unit of currency for Prague is the koruna divided into 100 haléru. At the time we visited last weekend, £1 was worth 43 Kc. These rates may vary substantially when you travel.
There are a variety of restaurants and cafes serving differing cuisine. A typical Czech dish is pork...