Filip Pension

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Outside Prague

by mogaly

Hi all,

We'll be visiting Prague early August . We're a group of 18 persons and we consider going outside Prague for a one-day guided trip to a close-by attraction .I welcome your suggestions in this regard . thank you .

Re: Outside Prague

by leics

I suggest a visit to the bone church (the ossuary) at Sedlec and then on to Kutna Hora, which is a pleasant little town with lots of interesting history.

The train journey to Kutna Hora takes about an hour, and the walk from the station to the bone church about 10 minutes.,then another 20 minutes or so to walk to the town centre.

I have written in more detail on my VT Sedlec and Kutna Hora pages.

Another popular daytrip is to Cesky Krumlov, but I have not yet visited.

Re: Outside Prague

by Dabs

We also visited the bone church in Sedlac/Kutna Hora, Kutna Hora is a nice little town to visit

You might get some ideas by looking here, it lists most of the popular day trips
that you can do on your own

http://www.myczechrepublic.com/prague/sightseeing/day_trips.html

And some guided ones, Karlštejn Castle and Konopiště Chateau are not too far outside Prague, we stopped at Konopiste on our way back to Prague and it was a nice stop.

http://www.myczechrepublic.com/sightseeing_tours/prague-day-trips.html

Note on Cesky Krumlov that for a 10 hour trip you will be spending 5-6 hours on the bus, many of the other options are closer. MOst people who visit Cesky Krumlov from Prague go down to that area for a couple of days to explore that region.

Re: Outside Prague

by vpas

i would suggest you go to cesky krumlov.and you could do it on your own.it takes 3 hours by bus.buy a ticket at the florence bus station(buy it the previous day)take a guided tour of the castle after going there,then walk around the lovely town and so many photo opportunities.
i just got back from kutna hora and did not like it much!there is a lovely church but the bone church is not as so great!the town itself if nice,but cesky krumlov is far too good to be missed.
hope this helps,

Re: Outside Prague

by GrumpyDiver

I agree with the Kutna Hora, but while I really enjoyed Cesky Krumlov, I would hardly suggest it as a day trip. Its far too much much travelling for a day trip, and the town in worth spending a couple of nights at.

At Kutna Hora, on top of the very popular "Bone Church", you could also visit the St Barbora church - interesting architectural style.

Re: Outside Prague

by packtarl

Definately Kutna Hora. You could easily go yourself on the train (1 hour) but guided tours by coach are also available.

Re: Outside Prague

by packtarl

For details of guided tours from Prague to Kutna Hora look here http://www.myczechrepublic.com/sightseeing_tours/kutna-hora-tour.html

Travel Tips for Prague

Smart Police Car

by vesna04

Ha, ha, ha, I am laughing whenever I see this photo. I guess, that this car can be pratical around the city, especcialy in the nerrow, crowded streets. However, it realy looks funny, like the police is joking, just playing the police, lol

The bridge tower

by eladr

Climb on the bridge tower
(the black tower in the edge of charles bridge - in the direction of the old city squere)
the view is fantastic and only cost 50 KC.
Trully recommended doing it in sunset.

[i will upload image later]

Street music bands

by sifrim

You can find them in all popular places: the old town, St.Charles Bridge, the Prague Castle. And their music sounds good.
Actually, music is everywhere in Prague. There are lot of concerts: classical, opera , pop & rock.

Castle of Karlstejn

by Raimix

Karlstejn is one of the most famous travel destinations in Czech Republic. Main landmark in village of Karlstejn is castle.

Gothic castle was built from 1348 till 1365 by Holy Roman emperor and King of Bohemia Charles IV. Actually the purpose of constructing this castle was safekeeping of royal treasures.

Castle is about 30 kilometers from Prague. It is possible to reach it by train.

The disaffected youth of the Golden City...

by RockTadgers

Sometimes when Prague works it's charms on you, it's easy to forget that it's actually part of the real world. You walk around in a dream, where every building is stunning, every beer you drink is better than the last, and each girl is more beautiful and just the right word from bed.

This is another of my 'Contrast' tips. Visit 'Brouk' (Beetle) on Vltavska to realise there are poor, unwashed, bored, disenfranchised youngsters living in this fairytale city.

The place itself is absolutely filthy, with nicotine-yellow walls and busted up old furniture. The clientele are freaky, grungy and sometimes just damn scary looking. But friendly.

They sit there stoned with their beer, listening to children's tunes or watching the Czech X-Factor on the TV over the bar. A real strange, sobering experience - but oddly, not depressing at all!

Without witnessing the bland, boring and downright ugly of Prague, you can't truly appreciate the beauty!

To get there, take Yellow line from Mustek to Andel. Make it over the stoplights and follow Vltavska down past the Caledonian School. Brouk is on your left, and it's very easy to miss.

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