pentahotel Prague, Prague, Czech Republic - save 50%
pentahotel Prague offers a rare opportunity to stay in a brand spanking new hotel in the centre of the ever-hip, ever-festive city of...... more
pentahotel Prague offers a rare opportunity to stay in a brand spanking new hotel in the centre of the ever-hip, ever-festive city of Prague. Newly opened in September 2013, this hotel oozes style with rooms designed by Italian architect and designer Matteo Thun and bespoke rain showers fitted in the en-suite bathrooms. With its super central location - just two kilometres from Prague's Old Town - it's the perfect base to explore this vibrant city from.After a buffet breakfast at the hotel, jump on a tram and start to get to know this City of a Thousand Spires. Prague's tram system covers the whole city and it's a great way to immerse yourself amongst the locals whilst seeing all the sights from your window seat. Browse the renowned Christmas market stalls, sample some of Prague's best beers at U Medvidku Beer Hall or marvel at the 15th century astronomical clock that's been drawing crowds since 1490 as it strikes on the hour from 8am-8pm.Cross the cobbles of Charles Bridge with its 16 arches and 30 Baroque statues or learn about the city's history at the Museum of Communism. Petrin Hill awaits you for a stroll through Prague's greenest spaces and for an unusual taste of the city's nightlife, why not pay a visit Bunkr Parukarka - an underground nightclub set within an old 1950s nuclear bunker.
A brand new series from Insight brings you the Smart Guide to Prague. The unique A-Z format covers architecture, restaurants, hotels, shops,...... more
A brand new series from Insight brings you the Smart Guide to Prague. The unique A-Z format covers architecture, restaurants, hotels, shops, nightlife and much more. Top attractions are highlighted, including the Gothic Charles Bridge and St Vitus. Area overviews and a street atlas with full index and detailed mapping ensure easy navigation.
A guide to Prague. It has sections such as: Essential Prague - starts with the top 25 sights and a locator map; Prague by Area - takes...... more
A guide to Prague. It has sections such as: Essential Prague - starts with the top 25 sights and a locator map; Prague by Area - takes you through the city, with localised shopping and entertainment listings; Where to Stay - picks the best hotels to suit your budget; and Need to Know - contains the basics for a smooth-running trip.
Paperback. Pub Date :2012-02-01 Pages: 272 Language: English Publisher: DK Publishing DK Eyewitness Travel Guide: Prague will lead you straight to the...... more
Paperback. Pub Date :2012-02-01 Pages: 272 Language: English Publisher: DK Publishing DK Eyewitness Travel Guide: Prague will lead you straight to the best attractions Prague has on offer. Packed with photographs. illustrations and a free pull-out city ??map. the guide explores all the unforgettable sights from Prague Castle to St Vitus Cathedral. Youll find detailed listings of the best hotels. restaurants. bars and shops for all budgets in this fully updated and expanded guide. and insider tips on everything from taking in the caf culture to riding the funicular railway to beautiful Petrn Park. DKs uniquely visual Eyewitness travel Guide: Prague includes cutaways. floorplans and reconstructions of the citys stunning architecture. plus 3D aerial views of the best districts to explore on foot. The map has detailed street views of all the key areas. plus there are transport m...
Advantages: History, Architecture and Culture Disadvantages: Lots of walking, steep hills and cobbled streets
...of interest using the DK Eyewitness Travel Guide to Prague and the many sites available on the Internet particularly (http://www.prague-tourist-information.com/).
We booked the flight and holiday for the cost of 300 pounds each. We could have paid less but we had specific requirements in mind for the trip. Czech Airlines ran a direct flight from Manchester which gave an arrival time of 10.30 a.m. thereby...
Advantages: Cheap, lots do do Disadvantages: Not enough time to see everything
...Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic. The summers are warm and the winters get very cold. It takes around 2 hours to fly from most UK airports. The currency is the Czech Koruna, this works out around 100 czech koruna = £3.
If you were to listen to the media in relation to Prague I don't think anybody would visit except for stags looking for cheap drink and women.
It would never have...
Advantages: Scenery, architecture, cheap, welcoming Disadvantages: pollution, unfathomable language
...Prague, where mullets have never gone out of fashion, where every thing ends in a 'y', where even the dogs and cats smoke, and where, if you play your cards right, you can carve out a rather inexpensive and most rewarding holiday.
You might have to work at it though.
The capital of the Czech Republic, Prague is served by Ruzyne Airport into which fly all the usual assortment of bargain...