Ai Due Mondi

Plzenska 24 e 26, Smichov, Prague, 150 00, Czech Republic
Enter dates for best prices
Compare best prices from top travel partners

80%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
60%
3
Very Good
20%
1
Average
0%
0
Poor
0%
0
Terrible
20%
1

N/A

Value Score No Data

Good For Couples
  • Families50
  • Couples100
  • Solo0
  • Business0

More about Prague

Photos

Prague Castle - EveningPrague Castle - Evening

ClementinumClementinum

Mother TeresaMother Teresa

Zizkov TV Tower, PragueZizkov TV Tower, Prague

Forum Posts

Pub open until 6am on New Year's Eve

by Carsten98

I am looking for a pub which is open until 6 am when our train leaves.
Many pubs seems to close at 1 or 2 am accoding to some web sites.
Is this a problem on New Year's Eve?
Will we rely on clubs with entrance fee?

Thanx
Carsten

Re: Pub open until 6am on New Year's Eve

by Beausoleil

Carsten, I think the pubs are required to close at a certain time by law. They will all close at the same time. They extended the open times a few years ago but I don't know what they are any more. Do a search on London pub times and you should find out. Alternatively, someone here should answer you soon.

Travel Tips for Prague

General Restaurant info

by smschley

1. A common impression among visitors to the Czech Republic is that table service seems less friendly, or attentive than what they're used to. Please don't take it to heart, Czechs are friendly people.

2. You can expect the following at a Czech restaurant: after being seated, a waiter takes your order for drink, then food. Silverware and napkins are brought, standing in a cup or criss cross on a plate. There's a basket of bread, for which you might be charged, unless you don't touch it. Even then, it may appear on the bill, but the charge is usually not more than 20 CZK. You may need to ask for what seem like basic items, such as ice in your drink, butter for bread, or ketchup and mustard for fries. Some restaurants charge for such items - even for salad dressing.

3. Just a warning: fellow diners may be smoking throughout your entire meal. It's not considered particularly rude, so if you are against cigarettes, it would be a good idea to mention it when you are seated. Not many restaurants have designated smoking areas, as smoking is very common and tolerated.

4. Lastly, don't feel overlooked if after your meal you are not given the bill right away. It's acceptable to spend hours talking and drinking at the table, after the dishes are cleared. So if you want to leave, you should ask for the check. "Zaplatime" means "We will pay now" and "Ucet prosim" (oo-chet pro-seem) means "Check, please." The bill is typically given to the man at the table, because it is customary that the man always pays.

5. Tipping: the basic 10-15% is appreciated, but not mandatory. Leave cash on the table if you think the service was good, or say "Dobry" when paying your waiter, it means "Good," as in, keep the change. Or, when handing over the money, just say how much cash you would like back. Some restaurants add a "service fee" to the final amount, so the tip is included. If you are unsure, just ask. Also, if you are unsure about any items on the check, it is wise to ask. What iI miss most about Prague was the prices.

Views of Prague

by barryg23

Prague looks great when you walking around it's old streets or looking at it from a distance. There are many places giving great views of the Old Town. The best I found were on Petrin Hill, in The Old Royal Palace and from the lookout point near Hradcany Square.

Beer shangri-la

by marielexoteria

I'm a beer person so to me Prague was the first beer shangri-la I visited. The beers we brew in my country are "tipo Pilsner" (Pilsner type) so the beers in Prague tasted very much like those I grew up around with. It felt like a little like at home.

Strange Suggestion...but trust me...

by lesaandbill

I have never wanted to visit a jewish cemetary...and can't believe my journey found me this place...but it was such a neat place to walk around for hours. The whole Jewish town was charming...and the cemetary just added to the experience. All the synagogues and everything are a neat way to spend hours here in Prague. I went back 4 different times!

Church of Sts Peter & Paul Ossuary

by sunshinejo

This is one of the weirdest and creepiest things I’ve ever done. Back in the 16th century the area was struck by the plague, and they ran out of space to bury the dead. Their solution – to disinter almost 10 000 bodies to make room. The skeletons of these bodies were all placed in the ossuary, and were later arranged into patterns. The walls of the ossuary are lined with bones, skulls are arranged into patterns to read something along the lines of “respect the dead”, others form the shape of a cross. There’s a section with lots of broken bones (and skulls) and we saw one that looked like he’d been shot in the head as there was a perfect hole in the skull. Any skeletons that looked Germanic (apparently the skulls had a wrinkled appearance?!) were placed face down!

When we first walked in we were really creeped out by it, but after a minute we started to find it really fascinating and wound up staying for about 10 mins taking it all in. We didn’t take any photos as we thought it would be a bit disrespectful, but we wanted to…. it’s so surreal!

The ossuary is located under the church, and there’s a small fee to get in, about Kc25.

Comments

Popular Hotels in Prague

Aria Hotel

Hotel Class 5 out of 5 stars

Trziste 9, Prague

Show Prices

Arcadia Residence

Hostivitova 3, Prague

Show Prices

Pension Unitas & Art Prison Hostel Prague

Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars

Bartolomejska 9, Staré Mesto, Prague

Show Prices

Golden Well (U Zlate Studne) Prague

Hotel Class 5 out of 5 stars

U Slate Studne 166/4, Praha 1-Mala Stana, 118 00 Czech Republic

Show Prices

View all Prague hotels

View all Prague hotels

Latest Prague hotel reviews

Top Hotel Prague & Congress Center
293 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 15, 2014
Riverside Hotel Prague
645 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 9, 2014
Maximilian Hotel Prague
822 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 16, 2014
Hotel Cerna Liska (Black Fox Hotel)
162 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 9, 2014
987 Prague Hotel
349 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 16, 2014
Barcelo Old Town Praha
411 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 13, 2014
Accome Julis
109 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 13, 2014
Pension Dientzenhofer
35 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jun 3, 2013
Austria Suites
25 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Mar 24, 2014
Pension U Medvidku
122 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Mar 30, 2014
Hotel Pod Vezi
540 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 15, 2014
Alchymist Grand Hotel and Spa Prague
850 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 12, 2014
Atos Hotel Prague
304 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Mar 29, 2014
K+K Hotel Central
1065 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 16, 2014
Villa Mansland
19 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Aug 31, 2013