Clarion Congress Hotel Prague

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Freyova 33, Metro B â??Vysočanská, Prague, 10900, Czech Republic
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Prague - Mini stay Sept. / Oct. 2011

by thefergusonsOS

Hello, whilst holidaying in the United Kingdom my wife and I are planning to fly out of London for a mini stay in Prague (Czech Republic)for 3 days in either late September or early October 2011. Our travel schedule requires us to return back to London after the mini stay.

Question: What airline/carrrier is reliable and best suited for such a trip to Prague? We have also heard that you can pick up specials or book flights and accommodation packages on-line ..what are your experiences we'd love to know?

Thanks in advance

Re: Prague - Mini stay Sept. / Oct. 2011

by leics

Any of the budget airlines which fly from the UK will be absolutely fine. All are safe, all are reliable. Look at www.skyscanner,net to see carriers and (usually) fares for your date and routes.

I have flown to Prague both times with Easyjet, simply because it flies form airports easy for me to access, but I would happily fly with any other carrier.

For all budget airlines (and many mainstream) you need to book well in advance for best fares (no later than 6-8 weeks before travel). You'll have to pay extra for hold baggage (some mainstream as well) and must be careful about size/weight regulations...they do check, and all excess charges are high. Most carriers allow 20kg hold baggage, but Ryanair only allow 15kg.

Check-in times and gate times are strict, so allow yourselves plenty of time at the airport. Queues for security can be long, so go through as soon as you have checked-in.

You *can* find flight+hotel deals through airlines (Easyjet have them on their site, for example), but in my experience you can find better deals by booking hotels independently through a reliable site such as www.booking.com (used by me, and many other VT-ers).

Re: Prague - Mini stay Sept. / Oct. 2011

by leics

By the way, don't expect mainstream services at budget prices. For example, you will be safely taken to your destination, but you will have to pay for food & drink on the plane.

If you would like to have a good choice of seats then it is best to pay a bit extra for 'priority boarding'. This allows you to get on the plane in the first boarding group, and gives you chance to get sorted and settled where it suits you. Otherwise your boarding group assignation will depend on when you check-in.

Re: Prague - Mini stay Sept. / Oct. 2011

by vpas

regarding accomodation,we choose ibis/accor hotels which are budget hotels,but clean and comfortable.the ibis in prague is ideally located.
prague is a beautiful city and there is so much to see.after a city tour/walking tour,you should take a day trip to cesky krumlov.its like a fairy tale setting with a castle and nice to walk around.
have a good trip,

Re: Prague - Mini stay Sept. / Oct. 2011

by aktravlr

Just posted comments re my experience w/AveHotels.cz booking site, prices depending on proximity to Prague centrum, but ALL decentconvenient locations, 15 to 50 GBP per nite.

Travel Tips for Prague

Explore the beauty of Prague

by Leipzig

Explore the beauty of Prague off the beaten tracks. Off the touristy places you find narrow streets, small channels and beautiful buildings. Prague still has its flair of a vibrant metropolis with the multicultural touch. The best way to find those places is by tram.

Prague was a really cool city...

by BKLYNfinest

Prague was a really cool city for me because the atmosphere was just sooo relaxing and chill, but at the same time you could pretty much get into anything you could imagine.......They have wild strip clubs ....where pretty much anything goes down....and cool bars and clubs .....its a good vacation spot but I would never want to live thereIts pretty slow pace and gets cold as $hit

Money

by LakeFever

Local currency is the "Krown" (sp?). They use five different bills - the lowest being the 20 - and an assortment of coins. We were easily able to get money from the ATM at the airport and in the city centre. Try to keep the smaller bills as some places/vendors have a hard time breaking the 2000 and 500.

Black and White Films are needed here!!!

by Bigs

A backpack to explore the city and to put all the things in you buy on your way ;) Good walking shoes! Bring at least one black and white film for this architectural hightlight!!! Have a look at my Black and white travelogue if you are interested!!!

Flora Mall ( at least located in Flora district )

by hundwalder

A modern Prague mall with interesting architecture. This is a four level mall with an open area in the center. The top level houses my favorite part, the food and drink area, which is an excellent place to eat lunch and mingle with the locals. The food is good and the prices are much lower than in " designated tourist zones ".

Here is an Interesting side note regarding fast food restaurants in Czechia: Pivo ( beer ) is one of the beverage options for combination meals or just by itself. That is my idea of a happy meal. American owned fast food restaurant chains in Prague do not adhere to this policy of course. Doing so would harm their puritanical image.

The mall also houses many attractive and tidy shops. Knowing almost nothing about shopping, I cannot provide any specific information or rave reviews about the shops.

This mall and many of Prague's interesting places were placed on " the verboten or forbidden list " compiled by the tourism gods. Don't mind the experts of organized travel. The locals will welcome you to their mall.

Just three stops east of Wenceslas Square on the furiously fast subway trains ( takes about 3 minutes meaning it is very close to the main tourist sites ). Metro line A, station Flora. Disembark, ascend the stairs or escalator, and you will find yourself standing at the floor level entrance to the mall. How easy ! Use your public transportation pass. They are cheap and contrary to popular opinion, tourists are allowed to purchase them.

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Address: Freyova 33, Metro B â??Vysočanská, Prague, 10900, Czech Republic