Acc Nifos Da Vinci Hotel

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Na Bojisti 28 & Sokolska 25, Prague, Bohemia, 120 00, Czech Republic
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An evening in the Prague Castle

by mogaly

Hi friends,
I and a group of friends are heading to Prague next August for a whole week visit . I wonder if anyone could tell me how to get from Charles Bridge to the Prague Castle by public transport ? and if we still feel good and decide to try it on foot , which way should we take ? We are considering spending a pleasant evening in the Castle and the adjacent gardens , which of the gardens is a must-see and what would you recommend for a good and not expensive dining there ?

Re: An evening in the Prague Castle

by Waoife

The castle is a short walk up hill from Charles Bridge (it shouldn't take you longer than 10 or 15 minutes) although I think they shut the grounds overnight - I presume about 5 or 6.

Re: An evening in the Prague Castle

by leics

It's a bit of a steep walk though.

You can simply get a tram. Tram 22 is easiest. Detailed map and info in English about routes to the castle here:

http://www.hrad.cz/en/prague-castle/prague-castle-tourist-information/how-to-get-to-prague-castle.shtml

Most of the castle will be closed in the later evening, of course. The gardens will close at 8pm in August.

http://www.hrad.cz/en/prague-castle/prague-castle-tourist-information/opening-hours.shtml

I haven't been so over-awed by any of the gardens that I've felt the need to explore them, I'm afraid. So just wander at will through those which most attract you.

Re: An evening in the Prague Castle

by r13

You can take tram 22 to "Prazsky hrad" stop (4 stops around 7 minutes) which goes "around" the hill and aproaches Castle "from other side".

Other option is to walk to the hill - 1 km, around 15 minutes. Since you will see the Castle there will be no problem to find it - just follow the crowd....

During summer season the Castle yards are open 5:00-24:00, museums 9:00 – 18:00, Castle gardens 10:00 – 20:00- these are quite small and nothing spectacular, but views from there to the city are great. Gardens on the sides of the hill "under" the Castle have paid entrance. If you really fancy nice walk in the garden raher go to Petrin hill/Kinsky gardens nearby.

Good and not expensive dining? Do you know any near Buckingham Palace in London or at Eifel tower??

Re: An evening in the Prague Castle

by leics

Well, the pivovar (microbrewery) in the courtyard of Strahov monastery (just up the hill a bit from the castle) does good food at reasonable prices.....and with truly superb beer:

http://www.klasterni-pivovar.cz/en/

Re: An evening in the Prague Castle

by jo104

a restuarant in lesser side straight up from charles bridge is a traditional restaurant U Mecenase http://www.umecenase.cz/, my favourite mount steak has moved so not sure how close it is now. Olympia restaurant part of the Urquell brewery http://www.kolkovna.cz/index.php?flash=1 near the base of the funicular to the Petrin Tower.

Travel Tips for Prague

Have Some Fun Already!

by Sagespot

Prague is a city built for fun! Whether your into educational things, artistic things, drinking pivo, or just wandering around - there is always some fun to be had.

The rich history, the struggle for freedom, the artisit enlightenment of its citizens all make for a joyous experience.

(I think I'm making a backward S in this photo, but I'm not really sure - I believe I had a bit of the pivo beforehand.)

Castle

by micas_pt

This neighbourhood is situated on the highest point of the left bank of River Vlatva. Also, it is rich in historic events and monuments, such as: the Castle; the Loretta shrine and the Strahov Monastery.

Tram track crossing

by William1982

Most Czechs have no problem walking across tram tracks, even when the trams are close by. It's accepted practice, but never wear headphones while walking by the tracks, as I did. I turned around to find 3 trams queuing up behind me with a the lead tram driver hurling abuse at me. I thought his expressions were quite funny, and probably obscene, but it's not recommended!!!

HC Sparta Ice hockey home games at T Mobile

by Eugenetheduck

HC Sparta home games at T Mobile Arena book in advance through Ticketpro (email option for abroad bookings)

On the days before a game is to be played the booking office is opened between 10:00 and 19:30. If a match is played on Sunday, the booking office is open on Sunday between 10:00 and 16:00.

The tickets can be also bought in offices of betting agency Tipsport.

Krizikova Fountain

by Incubus30

I visited this place after a friend recommended it . It was worth every cent .

Here there are various performances every night where different kind of music is played.

Sometimes it is classical music other times it is contemorary music.

The fountains change colour and speed to the sound of the music. A very nice & relaxing experience.

I recommend you choose a performance during the night, since the fountains take colour with the lights ...

The venue where this performance takes place is on the outside of the centre of the city , so you have to take either a taxi or a bus.

I can assure you that it is worth the 'hassle' :)

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Address: Na Bojisti 28 & Sokolska 25, Prague, Bohemia, 120 00, Czech Republic