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SimCard

by timewaster

I am arriving in Prague via a train from Berlin into the Holesivic Train Station.
Is there a shop there that sells simcards for mobile phone?
Also, how much would it costs for the smallest amount of minutes?

Re: SimCard

by r13

Hi,

There are three main operators: T-Mobile, Vodafone and O2. They sell prepaid service SIM cards as low as 100 - 200 CZK (around 3 - 7 EUR) but usable credit on them is different as the conditions of tariffs. I suggest to check the web pages on prices and conditions. Lists of the own shops are also there - mainly in the big shopping centers and also on Wenceslas square (SIM cards also are sold in the mobile phones shops).

http://www.vodafone.cz/index_en.htm
http://t-mobile.cz/Web/English/Default.aspx
http://www.cz.o2.com/osobni/en/home/index.html

As far as I remember there is no shop selling SIM cards directly at the Holesovice station.

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Prague Attractions

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by queensali

Prague Attractions

Six hundred years of architecture, unharmed by war or nature, make Prague one of the most aesthetically pleasing cities in Europe. Disappearing behind the Iron Curtain for most of the latter part of the twentieth century, Prague re-emerged after the Velvet Revolution of 1989 and is today, one of Europe's most visited attractions. The city is compact and easy to navigate, from the Old Town Square where classical concerts and traditional marionette theatre shows are regularly held to the two citadels from which the modern-day city has grown. Philosophers read Kafka in Bohemia whilst history enthusiasts feast upon castles and cathedrals, dating back to medieval times. In summer visitors can take advantage of boat-rides down the river, under the spectacularly adorned Charles Bridge.

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Castle Complex

by sandysmith

Prague Castle consists of the walls and a collection of buildings dating from the 10th to the 20th centuries, which are linked by a series of internal courtyards - the main one which encloses St Vitus Cathedral.If here for several days a 3-day consecutive ticket allowing admission to the various buildings here, may be useful.

The castle has 3 main entrances - the old castle steps to the east, the Powder Bridge to the north and the western gate where the changing of the guard can be seen hourly from 5:00-23:00 or 24:00. Best time is at noon with there are fanfares and banner exchange.

All Prague Castle sights are open daily 9:00-17:00 (Apr-Oct), 9:00-16:00 (Nov-Mar),
Prague Castle Gardens daily 10:00-18:00 (Apr-Oct).

To reach the castle area takeTram No. 22, 23 to Prazsky Hrad stop, or walk up from Charles Bridge through Nerudova street.

City of models

by dinhyen

Czech women all look like models. If they aren't, I think they should be! They are very attractive and very tall. I feel like Syllybabe in Amsterdam. I saw one painting the motorway(!) and almost had an accident. I hope the Czech Ministry of Transportation is doing something about it for the safety of motorists..

Vinohrady

by ChrisAlexander

Everywhere is a beaten path in Prague these days, but if you feel like meandering somewhere without much concern for where you’re heading, well, why not check out the Vinohrady district of town. (Go to námestie Míru metro stop and get off) Just walking through these streets is a fine thing to do. There are little bars, restaurants and cafes tucked away off the main streets. The trees bend away from the apartment blocks.

Franciscan garden

by german_eagle

Right next to the church St. Mary in the snow and off Vaclavske namesti is a very nice small garden, the former cemetery of the Franciscan convent. I visited in winter and a light dust of snow covered everything - very beautiful. I saw hedges of roses, two fountains, trees cut in special shape and a little pavillion in the centre. It must be a very nice, romantic and quiet place in summer. An oasis off the bustling streets in central Prague.

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