Appia Residences

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Sporkova 3/322, Prague, Bohemia, 11000, Czech Republic
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How far?

by SyNkRoNiZe


does anyone know how far this apartment is from old town. from the map it looks walkable but then i'll be in a wedding gown, so i'm not sure if it's really that walkable? any thoughts is appreciated.

Re: How far?

by r13

It IS in Old Town.

If you mean Old Town Square it is 550 m away (6 min walk) according to Google maps. No hills.

Charles bridge is about the same distance.

Re: How far?

by leics

It's not an advert.,the OP has been asking questions about the wedding in Prague.

It's in the Old Town, sort of, but a goodly walk to Charles Bridge or the Old Town Square, and too far to the castle.

I wouldn't want to walk that far in a wedding dress..but it's up to you.

Put 'Břehová Street prague' into google maps and you'll be able to see exactly how far the apartment is from everywhere else.

Re: How far?

by SyNkRoNiZe

Thanks leics and all. Haha, pardon the ignorance but yes i was referring to Old Town Square.

And it wasn't an advertisement because I'm looking for an apartment to stay.

Hmm, even though the distance is relatively short, i guess walking in a wedding gown with a long train isn't a very good idea! further i read that prague roads are cobblestone so walking in heels on long distance is out.

Re: How far?

by leics

By no means all Prague streets are cobbled, although many/most in the Old Town are. But not all the pavements are cobbled and you will, of course, be walking on pavements where they exist.

But do you actually want to be the centre of attention as you walk? The Old Town can be very crowded and full of visitors. When I was there in April a pair of newly-weds were exploring the Easter market (her in long white gown, with plenty of blue-ish goosepimpled flesh also) to the accompaniment of many gawping looks, comments and holiday snapshots.

You might prefer to book a taxi for at least the main part of the walk. :-)

Re: How far?

by SyNkRoNiZe

Thanks Leic.

I'm going in early September so i'm hoping there wont be too many people but I could be wrong but thanks for the tip on the taxi bit :)

Re: How far?

by leics

Prague is a popular year-round destination. Many European budget carriers fly there and it is ideal for 'long weekends' from within Europe.

So you can certainly expect an audience if you walk! :-)

Travel Tips for Prague

The Jewish Museum

by Paul2001

The Jewish Museum is actually collections of museums and monuments dedicated to inhabitants of Pragues old Jewish Quarter. They include the famed Jewish Cementery, several centuries old synagogues and ceremonial halls. Each synagogues holds a collection of Jewish religious artifacts that is quite amazing in scale. I have never seen anything like it even in Israel. Of the synagogues all but the Old-New Syngogue has been turned into a museum filled with exhibits. Only the Old-New Synagogue is still an active place of worship. By a horrible oddity many of these buildings survived Nazi occupation by a strange ironic twist. Hitler decided not to destroy the Jewish monuments in Prague because he wanted to open an museum dedicated to "an extinct race". Instead the museums are a source of pride and survival of the Jewish people.
To visit these sites you must pay a for a ticket that sort of covers all of them under one umbrella. This will cost you a whopping 450kcs (about $17.00US). I was rather shocked by this but after visiting all of the attractions I felt that the cost was well worth it.
The museum is open from 9am to 6pm everyday but Saturday and on Jewish Holidays.

In Your Pocket


A great resource for information about travels to Eastern or Central Europe is "In Your Pocket". It provides information of more than 50 cities at the travel portal
About 20 printed full city guides are available locally at various places including kiosks. The guides are most comprehensive, up to date and honest.

Please have a look at the webpage when planning a trip to Eastern or Central Europe:
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by clairegeordio

This is an alcoholic liqueur that I was introduced to (regularly!) during my stay in the Czech Republic by many locals. One day I was even 'forced' to drink it for breakfast!. It is described as a herbal drink and is 38% proof! You would either love it or hate it, as it kind of tastes like medicine! I loved it, much to the delight of my Czech hosts. Many souvenir shops sell Becherovka and I purchased a tiny bottle that came in a presentation box with two cut glass crystal shot glasses.

TELC - beautiful small town

by canaglic

Telc is a small South Moravian town with arguably the most beautiful main square in the Czech Republic. The appearance of Telc dates from the 1500’s when the lord of the area, Zacharias of Hradec, decided to have the town square rebuilt to a uniform plan after a massive fire damaged much of the town. The houses that faced the square all had vaulted arcades added to their fronts, creating a covered walkway around the entire perimeter.


by Amazonka

A very pleasant place for romantic walks is Vysehrad, which is associated with the oldest of Bohemian legends. You will find here the national cememtery containing the graves of many famous Czechs, including the romantic poet Macha.
Vysehrad is also associated witht he Celts, and it is here on an open-air stage where Celtic festivals are celebrated. The baroque fortress has a mysterious underground labyrinth of secret military corridors. You can visit the part of the labyrinth that has been restored.


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