Capri Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Kamenicka 23, Praha 7 -- Stromovka, Prague, Bohemia, 17000, Czech Republic
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Rated 68% lower than similarly priced 3 star hotels

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Exploring Prague, Lidice, Hradec Kralove, Terezin/Litomerice

by jonathanbarker

Hello

Next weekend I have a break in the Czech republic and although I have visited Prague twice before I am still interested in finding out more about the region as well as the city's own transport museum.

I believe the City Public Transport museum is in Stresovice, and am hoping it will be open for visitors. There is a Tram 91 which runs but it's probably too early in the year?

I have booked accommodation and am hoping to meet some friends on the Sunday evening, however I do have ideas for exploring the following places, some for the history and respect and others for the architecture, food and drink ( czech food and beer).

Hradec Kralove (the Queens castle) is this easy to reach from Prague in a day?

Lidice (Museum)
Terezin and Litomerice

which I believe are a bus ride away from Prague.

I have been a Virtual Tourist for about a year now and have made several friends in the UK as well as in Central Europe. I am planning to attend the Euromeet in Krakow later in the year as well as meetings in the UK. I enjoy travelling like a "local" and visiting the places that locals like. I prefer to use public transport. I like to try to learn a few of the phrases before I travel to a country, and have been learning some Czech for this visit.

Thank you (Dekuji)

Re: Exploring Prague, Lidice, Hradec Kralove, Terezin/Litomerice

by Askla

Hello!

Hradec Kralove is very easy to reach from Prague, it takes 1 hour 40 min with bus and costs 88 Kc, one way. Just follow this link to the IDOS-page and you will find what you need, in English.
http://jizdnirady.idnes.cz/vlakyautobusy/spojeni/

Regards Lars.

Re: Exploring Prague, Lidice, Hradec Kralove, Terezin/Litomerice

by r13

Tram No 91 will start services on weknds from April 3rd.
Museum is open on weekends starting April 3rd too.....

Travel Tips for Prague

Now in the EU

by bugalugs

For 40 years Czech Republic was under communist rule until what is called the 'Velvet Revolution' in 1989. In 2004 it became part of the EU, although their local currency is still in use and as yet not the euro.

THE MINUTE HOUSE

by LoriPori

Located in the Old Town Square and to the left of the Astronomical Clock is the multi-frescoed MINUTE HOUSE or Dum U Minuty. This beautifully decorated house was once the home of Czech writer Franz Kafka.

Absinthe

by kcochran111

The Czech Republic and Spain are the only two places that legally sell Absinthe in Europe. If you want the real stuff (that supposedly made Van Gogh cut off his own ear) cough up the extra money for a bottle containing wormwood. The color should be a foggy green. These bottles should cost no less than $30.

If you're more into the buzz/souvenir than the hallucinogenic qualities, grab a cheaper electric-blue bottle.

TO DRINK: Soak a teaspoon full of sugar in Absinthe then light on fire. Stir the shot with the sugared spoon, extinguish, and shoot. Make sure to have water on hand for a chaser!

Sex Museum

by starstudio

Is this astronomical clock.."of the beaten path?" No!
But in the area of Old Town, few small streats from the clock, find the Sex Museum.
Is colourful (specialy in red) good for 1 hour visit, and helpful for imagination.
Be sure for your partner on this visit.

Once I was walking along the...

by maxovna

Once I was walking along the street and saw something interesting in one of the windows. Later I was told that it was the belt of loyalty which women in Middle Ages (or earlier) had to wear, when their husbands were far away, probably at war.

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Address: Kamenicka 23, Praha 7 -- Stromovka, Prague, Bohemia, 17000, Czech Republic