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Accommodations in Prague

by matthewsr

My wife and I are looking for a reasonably priced (cheap) :-)
1 bed room apt or small hotel in Prague for the end of May and first of June.
Probably for 4, maybe five. Any suggestions?


Re: Accommodations in Prague

by leics

Always well worth looking at and

Both sites list apartments, b&bs etc as well as hotels, and both are entirely reliable with good mapping and honest guest reviews (you can't review until you've completed a booking).

Neither charge you any money.

I can't recommend any specific apartments because, as a single traveller, apartments are not really worthwhile for my short stays. I've stayed in the Hotel Tivoli, which was fine (I have a review on my Prague pages) and will be staying at the Restaurace U medvídků in a few weeks time.

Re: Accommodations in Prague

by leics

That should be the Restaurace U Medvidku: the accents created the glitch.

Re: Accommodations in Prague

by Lurchizo

I stayed at the Tara Pension and for the time you are looking at going it is around $60-$70 USD. It was nothing fancy but the rooms were spacious and I really liked the location. You are only one or two blocks from the old town square. It is at the bottom of Wenceslas Square on Havelska Street. There is a market on the street every day so all kinds of fresh fruit, coffee etc. There are restaurants, convenience stores, liquor stores all right on that street. It is only a twenty minute walk from the train station which is good as the cabs wanted something like $65!!!

Re: Accommodations in Prague

by Jemima130106

Try the website below. Myself and my partner stayed in one of their apartments in Krakow last year and it was just as it looked in the picture. We have booked a one bedroom apartment in Prague for the first week in March with the same company. It looks lovely!

Travel Tips for Prague

The Prague Post

by suzannehye

As soon as you arrive, go to one of the many newstands and pick up a copy of the Prague Post. Published weekly, this English-language paper contains lots of information on places to eat, shop and have fun. You can find out what's going on in art galleries, museums, nightclubs and what cultural events will be taking place during your stay. A map contained in the Post shows you where the recommended restaurants are. The restaurants are graded from expensive to cheap - and we've tried quite a few of the Post's picks and always been happy. Check the Post before you go at I love the Czech people, and miss them the most - also the lively vitality of Prague and its beautiful scenery.

Mala Strana

by Cool-123

You can take the cable car from U Lanove drahy to Petrin. Firstly, you should climb the tower on the Mala Strana side for a great bird's-eye view. Then you can walk around to see the churches and the Wallenstein Palace.

Culture is everything in...

by Ringo2002

Culture is everything in Prague. You'll be bombarded by flyers advertising concerts / recitals in churches, church halls, museums, etc etc. Pick carefully - I chose an opera recital in the State Museum off Wencelas square - this was excellent - three class performers performing opera favourites whilst we sat on the stairs in the foyer. The second one was OK, but it was a church setting of choral favourites, and thus we all sat facing front, not able to see the performers up in the area behind us.

Sternberg Palace Back Garden (I&V)

by Zvrlj

Back Garden of Sternberg Palace is peaceful oasis in the very centre of Prague area overcrowded with tourists. Although there are several works of Czech sculptors in it, it is often missed by National Gallery visitors. Maybe it should stay this way and its enchanting silence should be as it is.

Palais Valdstejn

by german_eagle

Palais Valdstejn is the home of the Czech Parliament - Senate chamber - and usually not open to the public. However, I was fortunate enough that they hosted a special exhibit on Duke Valdstejn/Wallenstein when I was there.

It was interesting to see that the Czech think of Wallenstein as a traitor (unlike Germans) while he is in reality one of their greatest figures in history. They had brought together countless excellent pieces (paintings, clothes, coins, drawings, weapons etc.) from castles and museums all over the Czech Republic for this exhibit. I was glad I had the chance to see it.

Admission was quite expensive, but worth it. Location: right next to metro stop Malostranska.


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Address: Milicova 15, Prague, Bohemia, 13000, Czech Republic