D'Angelo by Bohemia Plaza

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Praha 5 - Smichov, Plzenska 25, Prague, 15000, Czech Republic
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Satisfaction Excellent
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55%
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33%
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 34% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Couples75
  • Solo50
  • Business100

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Forum Posts

Getting to AirPort from krystal hotel

by abiggers

Hi all,
We have been having the best time in Prague. What a magnificient city! It is now time to go back Home.
What is the best way to get to the AirPort from the 3 star Krystal hotel located in Praha 6? We were thinking about public transportation.

Thank you for any feedback!

Re: Getting to AirPort from krystal hotel

by r13

Walk to the tram stop and take any tram "away" from the center to the end stop "Divoka Sarka" (2 stops), change there to bus 119. Trip will take around 25-30 min during the day time.

Re: Getting to AirPort from krystal hotel

by packtarl

Or just get the 119 as it comes up the dual carrigeway towards the airport.No need to bother with the tram.

Re: Getting to AirPort from krystal hotel

by r13

Only if you manage to jump inside while bus drives by.... :-)

Yes, bus takes the same route, but trams have between Dejvicka and Divoka Sarka 9 stops, bus 119 just one.
Of course it is possible to walk these two stops - it is around 1.5 km from the hotel.

Re: Getting to AirPort from krystal hotel

by packtarl

Sorry R13 I didnt realise there were so few bus stops.Tram it is then :-)

Re: Getting to AirPort from krystal hotel

by abiggers

Thank you for your feedback!

Re: Getting to AirPort from krystal hotel

by penny_g

You have to take number 36 from Nadrazi Veleslavin and then get off at Divoka Sarka. From Divoka Sarka, get on bus no. 119. It stops on both terminals of the airport.

Travel Tips for Prague

Trdelnik-Great Snack in Old Town Square

by MLW20

While checking out the Old Town Square you will see a small area with booths selling souvenirs. Right before checking them out there should be a stand with a long line. If you are hungry, get on line and buy some Trdelnik.

Watch they make it as you wait- they take the dough and put it on a metal rod that is then spun over a fire for it to bake. Then it is dipped in sugar, vanilla, toffee & almonds.

It is a really good, hot snack!

St. Nicholas Church (I)

by yooperprof

A glorious Baroque masterpiece. The Jesuits were given the responsibility of pulling down an older church that had originally been on this site - one which was irredeemably associated with Hussites and Protestants. In its place came this immpressive structure which utilizes all manner of architectural tricks in order to capture the hearts and souls of those who visit it. The dome of St. Nicholas is especially impressive - gloriously painted and accompanied by enormous statues of the Chuch Fathers. The local residents of the parish were not satisfied with the dome, however; they insisted that the Jesuits also build them a tower to serve as a look-out in case of fire or flood. Hence the peculiarity that St. Nicholas has BOTH a dome and a tower.

Music in the streets

by illudiumqh36

Strolling around Prague you will see many band playing music and selling their CDs (about 15 euros is the average), especially on Charles Bridge and outside the Castle. The music they play is very nice and joyful: trumpet, banjo, clarino and double bass are the main instruments for all these band.

AC Sparta Praha Football

by grkboiler

AC Sparta Praha is the most prestigious football club in the Czech Republic and also very successful, being a fixture in the Champions League every year. They play their home matches at Toyota Arena (formerly Letna Stadion) with a capacity of around 20,000. The stadium was opened in 1937.

Tickets are reasonably priced. There have been incidents of hoolaginism so go at your own risk.

For most people, Prague means...

by almogaver

For most people, Prague means his famous bridge, his
catedrals, his river, but Prague has more than this.
I specially enjoied walking across the old quarters,
many of them with some buildings just restored face to face with really old ones, that was a great experience.

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