Dvorak Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Nova Louka 11, Karlovy Vary, Bohemia, 36021, Czech Republic
Dvorak Hotel
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 132% more and rated 11% lower than other 4 star hotels

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Forum Posts

Restaurants near state opera?

by lynn83

Hi all,

Any suggestions for good restaurants close to the state opera? Thank you in advance.

Re: Restaurants near state opera?

by von.otter

Oh! you attending the opera in Praha, a city that loves music and gives it a very special place in its national life.

Praha is a compact city. And although this restaurant I am suggesting is not directly near the State Opera House, it is not far away either.

La Perle de Praha / The Pearl of Prague Restaurant, at the corner of Rasinovo Nabrezi and Resslova Ulice, is located on the seventh floor of Frank Gehry’s Ginger and Fred Building, La Perle de Praha offers spectacular views of Castle Hill. A night at the opera is a special event in Praha and this restaurant is a very special place to start the evening.

Travel Tips for Prague

Prague Train Station.

by imran8852

Prague Holesovice...Even it's not so grand compared to other train station in Europe, Prague Holesovice train station has the basic amenities for travelers like place for shower, money changer and a small souvenir shop for your last minute shopping!! Cheap cigarettes, Coffee, Souvenirs & Friendly people!

Antonín Dvořák

by Gili_S

If you like music, a classical music, you know well Antonín Dvořák, one of the greatest Czech's in history and a great composer. His monument is located just in front of the Rudolfinum building. Cello concerto by Antonín Dvořák, one of the master pieces of all time.

One day walk

by JustPerfect

If you like to escape from the crowded city and see the nicest places in Prague make a day trip, best time is during the week.
Start on the way to Petrin. Go with tram to station ?jezd and take than the train up to Petrin. Here you can climb the Petrin Tower, or have a look to Mirror Labirynth.
Make a walk through Petrin Park direction Prazsky hrad. On the way stop in Loreta, which is beautifull barock monastery and continue to the castle. Walk a bit around and don't miss changing of guards which is every whole hour.
Walk from castle direction Charles bridge, on this way you have great view on the roofs of Mal? strana. Here are also some nice restaurants, but wait until you come to the Restaurant U Mlynare. You get great Czech food for your lunch.
After lunch walk to Charles Bridge and enjoy the walk, go to Old time square, maybe drink something and wait for the playing clock, it is playing every hour.
Last etape of the walk goes to V?clavsk? namesti.
You made a nice walk over Prague and took view about this city. Now you can choose what is interesting you deeply and see it in the next days.

Packing List

by sjvessey

You'll be doing a lot of walking, so take some very comfortable walking shoes. And if you go in the winter, expect temperatures as low as minus fifteen celsius (and that's before windchill). Take warm gloves, a scarf and a hat the covers your ears. If you have a digital camera you'll need a standard Continental Europe-style plug adapter in order to be able to plug your battery charger in.

Velky Strahovsky Stadium


The Velky Strahovsky Stadium, also known as Spartakiadi Stadium, was place of the biggest sports event in the world. About 240.000 people were in this stadium for the Spartakiade in 1967. The monumental building of the communist era is nowadays destined to decay, but well worth an impressive visit.

The Velky Strahovsky Stadium is located in Prague Strahov just west of the green Petrin park.


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