Aparthotel Na Belidle

Na Belidle 27, Prague, 15000, Czech Republic
Aparthotel Na Belidle
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Black theatre in Pragues, which one ?

by LeKangoo

Will be in Pragues the whole weekend of the 24th of June, so here on saturday and sunday night.

I was thinking to go see the Frankeistein spectacle at : ALL COLOURS THEATRE (BLACK LIGHT THEATRE).
An ideas if this is good or not ?
Or would you recommend any other black theatre ?

Any other VT members are welcome to join to share some visit time, travel is not fun if you stay on your own !



Re: Black theatre in Pragues, which one ?

by LeKangoo

By the way, it is not the 24th of June, but of April...so in 2 days.
I guess I will be the only one in the theater :D

So, if people around this weekend, I don't mind to join.

Thanks !

Travel Tips for Prague

A castle - the first thing in a fairy-tale

by Malecka

Starting from Praha-Castle, everything is breathtaking. Especially the Cathedral St Vitus. And ... pay attention... at that moment when from the little square you actually get to the Cathedral. Very interesting moment there. .

Something I found about the Cathedral: built on the site of a rotunda founded in 925, it was transformed into a three aisle Romanesque basilica in 1060; in 1344, Charles IV hired Matthias of Arras to lay the foundations for the present church. Petr Parler continued the work for forty years until his death, when his sons picked up the mammoth project. Hussites severely damaged St. Vitus in 1421, however additional work was done on the church at the turn of following century... when you get out of the church and cross the square, you actually directly go to the Old Royal Palace. Bohemian kings resided in the palace until 1500s. Afterward, Habsburg kings and emperors used the western wing of the castle on their visits to Prague from Vienna, the center of the empire. The palace still housed the offices of the Bohemian state until the late 1700s...
Take a camera - GREAT PANORAMIC VIEW from the Castle.
then... Let's say ONE of the very fond memories: STANDING SOMEWHERE in the middle of Charles's Bridge, not thinking about anything specific, just admiring the view on the both sides of the river.
This is really a unique place!

Prazky hrad

by Antji

Prazky hrad - the Prague Castle it´s a 'must' if you ´ll be in Prague!
A national cultural monument, the symbol of more than millennial development of the Czech state. Since its foundation in the last quarter of the 9 th century it has been developing uninterruptedly throughout the past eleven centuries. It is a monumental compelx of ecclesiastical, fortification, residential and offics buildings representing all architectural styles and periods, surrounding three castle courtyards and covering 45 hectares. Originally it used to be the residence of princes and kings of Bohemia, since 1918 it is the seat of the president.

Building numbering

by mauro_pd

Double building numbering, the blue is the standard one, the red is the chronological one ... old trick by tourist guides: the 1st finding red number 1 (the oldest building in Prague) win a free beer !!!!!!!!!!!

Museum of Communism

by rich77

Open daily 9-21. This museum is useful to understand Checz Republic's history since the WWII. Lot of info in english, checz and german language about last 50 years of Checz Republic. It's situated in Na Prikope 10, 1st floor, above a Mc Donald's, next to Casino.

Zamek Troja. Overall view of front gardens.

by hundwalder

Gardens as seen from entranceway to the mansion. Notice the interesting hedge designs.

Directly across the street from Zamek Troja is the Prague ( Troja ) Zoo. This leading natural habitat zoo was devasted by the 2002 flood, during which some of the animals were drowned. By the time I visited in April of 2003, most of the damage ahd been repaired. If you have the time and the interest, follow the signs up the hill to the nearby Prague Botanical Gardens. Prague's residents continue to improve these gardens, and I expect them to eventually rival the best botanical gardens in the world. The gardens are open to the public daily, and the admission fee is small.


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