Casa Italia

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Krizikova 73, Praha 8, Prague, Bohemia, 18600, Czech Republic
Residence Casa Italia
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Costs 22% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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Pls Help me with your advices for HOTEL and Places to stay.

by Sportsman

Hi to all friends here. Im planning to visit this Beuatyfull town with my wife in 25 of January until 29. I found tickets with skyeurope airline, but i dont know where i have to search hotels to be near in centre - old town and of course to not feel danger.
I would like to find one hotel not very very expensive of course but good and near in centre. So if u help me with your advices it will be perfect....
Thnks a lot

Re: Pls Help me with your advices for HOTEL and Places to stay.

by TheView

Welcome to VT ;-)

May I suggest that you go to the Prague page and read some tips that are made about hotels. I am sure you will find something nice.

Re: Pls Help me with your advices for HOTEL and Places to stay.

by rexvaughan

We stayed in a wonderful B & B called Carpe Diem. It is just down the street from the famous U Fleku brew pub, and about 10 min walk to the Old Town Square. It is run by a very nice lady and her mother who makes a marvelous breakfast. It is a little hard to find on the net but if you Google it, you will find it. I don't want to promote my pages, but it and some others will give you reviews and of it and other hotels.

Re: Pls Help me with your advices for HOTEL and Places to stay.

by jo104

We stayed at Hotel Tyl good rates & fairly close to the center check out the website at they also do a nice breakfast.

Travel Tips for Prague

Taxi Drivers - Easy to bypass

by Nimier

We arrived in Prague with our own car, put it into a safe garage (provided by the hotel Pariz) - and had no need for taxis. Of course it was summer and walking was at 31 degree Celsius is a pleasure. But one really doesn't need in summer to take a taxi: Prague is a compact city and within 20 minutes walk from a centrally located hotel most of the spots can be visited.

Beyond that Prague has an excellent easy to use underground. The density of the stations is rather low but combined with the tramway or 15 minutes walk from the stations really every place of interest for a visitor is easy to reach.

The use of the underground is easy, the only caveat ist that you need coins (ask at the hotel or in the restaurants) and the number of installed ticket machines is limited. The good news : the ticket machines are multi-lingual. The other good news: as Prague has three lines and only 3 "changing" stations the trips are easy to plan (compared to Paris) The underground is fast and one feels safe (there are far less "suspicious" people than in Hamburg, London, Paris or New York). Compared to Germany (except Cologne and Munich) there is a dense presence of Police forces.

Prazsky Hrad -Mihulka Powder Tower

by kris-t

A tower - 20m high, comes from the 15th century, pert of the castle fortification. It used to serve as a gunpowder depot.

Tourist Season at the Prague Castle

There are opening hours for visitors at the Prague Castle conforming to the summer regime from April 1st 2005.

The grounds of Prague Castle are open from 5 am to midnight. The sights (St. Vitus's Cathedral, Main Tower of the St. Vitus's Cathedral, Old Royal Palace, St. George Basilica, Powder Tower 'Mihulka', Golden Lane, 'Daliborka' Tower & 'The Story of Prague Castle' exposition) are open daily and can be visited with the purchase of Prague Castle Ticket from 9 am to 5 pm. All Gardens of Prague Castle and the Deer Moat are open daily from 10 am to 6 pm. Now it huoses exhibitions of medieval arts adn crafits, astrology and alchemy

Tourists customs and tourist prices

by jkey

Some tourists from countries of more western Europe or USA like to show how comparatively rich they are. (everything is sooo cheap!!!) This has two ugly effects

- first, some restaurants and services try to rip-off tourists, counting "special" price for people who don't speak Czech. ("They show they don't care about few crowns, so why not rip them off some crowns?")

-second, in some heavily touristed places, the price level is so escalated by tourists willing to pay inadequate prices (from local perspective), that most locals cannot afford. And are forced out of such central places.

You dont have to fake you're a ladder, but some modesty will be appreciated by locals. Also chances someone will try to cheat you are less, if you don't make a show of your money. Obvious :)

Dem bones, dem bones, dem dry bones!

by clockworkdoll

At Sedlec on the outskirts of Kutna Hora is an ossuary where the bones and skulls of around 30,000 people were laid to rest and have since been arranged in artistic designs coverin the walls of the small church. There is a pretty cemetery too.

National Memorial to the Heydrich Terror

by karensuzjo

Everyone must go here. There is so much history to be learned about Prague and their struggle for freedom from various oppressors. You can read all about it on the link. It is very moving.

Address: Resslova 9a, Orthodox Cathedral of Ss. Cyril and Methodus, New Town, Prague 1
Entrance is on Na Zderaze Street.
Metro: Karlovo Namesti (line B)
Hours: Mar-Oct Tue-Sun 10am-5pm
Nov-Feb Tue-Sun 10am-4pm


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Address: Krizikova 73, Praha 8, Prague, Bohemia, 18600, Czech Republic