Alfa Tourist Service Hostel Svehlova

Slavikova 22 , Praha 3, Prague, 13000, Czech Republic
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CHEZCH REPUBLIC

by rene55

Hello, I am planning on travelling to Chezch this summer and i come from greece.The prices are really high and I was wondering if I could find some tips regarding airlines I don't mind where in Chezch I will be landing but Prague and Brno must be the only choices I think. Thank you in advance

Re: CHEZCH REPUBLIC

by GyuriFT

High???

OK, not with the airline - but I can travel between Thessaloniki and Praha for about 65 Euro by train.
It's not that tough, you break the ticket in three and buy each in resp. country. You won't even need to leave the train - on several days there is a direct couchette.

The trick:

1) Thessaloniki - Belgrade will cost you about 30 Euro, buy in Thessaloniki at the station
2) Belgrade - Budapest is 15 Euro, buy in Belgrade at the station
3) Budapest - Praha is 19 Euro at the station.

The only problem is if the Budapest - Praha 19 Euro offer is sold out for that day.
Not a big tragedy, buy a Budapest-Sturovo ticket for 6 Euro, than in Sturovo buy a ticket to Praha for about 35 Euro. Still not bad and these are regular prices, you won't need to be afraid about tickets sold out.

Re: CHEZCH REPUBLIC

by rene55

Thanks for the tip and for answering my post however this means I will spending aprroximately 31 hours on train and it will cost about 150 as a will have to travel from athens first. It's actually the same cost but the money you will spend is now the hours you spend. Thanks a lot and I might consider it but as last resort!

Re: CHEZCH REPUBLIC

by leics

Check www.whichbudget.com for all European budget carriers and their routes.

www.skyscanner.net will give you carriers and cheapest fares for your route/dates. It suggests you look at

https://www.smartwings.net/home.php?lang=en

You may be able to find a cheap flight to somewhere in another country but fairly near (such as, perhaps, Vienna?) and then take the train into the Czech Republic.

Re: CHEZCH REPUBLIC

by rene55

Yes I was planning on landing in vienna and take a train or a bus from there to the Chezch Republic.Skyscanner is my best friend the last two weeks but the prices seem to be changing constantly and a began to lose hope because the banks where also closed for three days and I could not book although I had found cheap tickets and then the prices rised again(my luck)but now I see that they have gone down again but a will be flying earlier or later than the planned date, so I must wait and see if their is any change. Thank you for your advice I am familiar with one of the sites as I already stated but I will check out the other one thanks a lot.

Re: CHEZCH REPUBLIC

by leics

Budget airfares generally rise the nearer you get to departure date.

It is best to book a flight as soon as you see a fare which suits.

Travel Tips for Prague

Unusual Building - Modern Architecture

by Mikebb

When walking along the riverside we came accross these unusual buildings and stopped to admire. I am sure they grab the attention of visitors as I saw people taking photos. It would be interesting to know more about this building, what goes on inside, was it built for a specific purpose such as an art centre. It is located near Jiraskov most, nam Resslova and is well worth a look.

Kampa

by barryg23

Though only a stone's throw from Charles Bridge, Kampa, so much quieter and calmer, is almost a world apart. There are great views of the Charles Bridge and the banks of the Old Town from the eastern edge of Kampa.

Nobody speaks English.

by roza_hr

It was really hard to find people in Prague who understand English or German. Even young people working in international stores like Newyorker etc. can't seem to understand some basic phrases. So be prepared to this when you go there. Coming from Croatia I was lucky that my native language is somewhat similar to Czech so in many occasions I was better understood while speaking Croatian than English. This could be very annoying, especially if you need to explain or find out more complex information than just excuse me, thank you, goodbye etc.

If you need any information, always try your luck at the tourist office first...other places will probably be a waste of time.

Vysehrad 1

by leics

Take a tram (3, 7, 16, 17) along the riverside to what legends say is the first place Slavic tribes settled in Prague.

Set on its rocky crag overlooking the Vltava river, with superb views of the city, the fortress of Vysehrad is a lovely place for a wander. You can walk almost all of its ramparts for those supoerb views, there are grassy spaces and shady trees, four massive statues which once stood on the nearby bridge.......and several cafes.

For me, the main reason for visiting was to explore the Vysehrad cemetery (see next tip) but I was pleasantly surprised at how much more the fortress had to offer.

A good escape from the busy city centre: if it's a nice day, take a picnic!

Maltese Square

by barryg23

Maltese Square, named after the Knights of Malta, who founded the nearby church of St. Mary below the chain (interesting name!), is one of the nicest areas in Mala Strana. There's a statue of John the Baptist at the centre of the square, while all that remains fo the original church are the Gothic towers.

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