Grand Majestic Plaza

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Truhlarska 16, Prague, 11000, Czech Republic
Grand Majestic Plaza
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in Prague from 28 August to 2 Sep .... what to do ...

by bukola

Hello folks,

I just decided last night that I am coming to Prague tomorrow and will go buy ticket today. So, as can be expected, I know squat and am prepared for nothing :)
Any pep chats, advice, tips on where to go, stay, eat, dance , etc while in Prague for 4 days would be appreciated. If you live in prague, say hello if you see me on the street , LOL.

cheers and thank all.

Re: in Prague from 28 August to 2 Sep .... what to do ...

by nicolaitan

buy Fodor's or Frommer's or and read it on the way over - certainly give you enough places to see for four days. For a second book, Rick Steves Prague book has excellent hand drawn maps which will simplify your sightseeing.

Re: in Prague from 28 August to 2 Sep .... what to do ...

by Lady_Godiva

The main things I would suggest doing are:
*visit Prague Castle
*wander the cobblestone streets checking out the shops and visiting the market stalls on Charles Bridge
*see a puppet show
*take a river cruise
*watch the astronomical clock strike the hour

Re: in Prague from 28 August to 2 Sep .... what to do ...

by bmccruz

If you don't know what to do just stroll by the street in the old town, by the river bank, cross the Charles brige, stroll by the castle area. You can also get in the tram 21 or 23 to get a senic rout of the town.

Re: in Prague from 28 August to 2 Sep .... what to do ...

by bmccruz

Just realized that you already are in Prague :) Hope you are enjoying it!

Travel Tips for Prague

Number Sign

by travelife

The blue number is the house number and the red one is the area code which is a 'uniform' color in Prague. If you happens to travel other parts of the Czech republic, you are likely to see the color changes.

Staromestské namestí.Old town...

by fandango

Staromestské namestí.Old town square.
You will never forget the first time you see this beautiful square, specially if you come here by night, the illuminated towers of Tyn Cathedral and the city hall, the buildings,each one with its own story,and prague sky, turns you into a magical experience ,and you will start to believe that Prague is much more than a monumental city.

Pack Light

by alex0312

not too much luggage and a suitcase on wheels Make sure to take an umbrella. We were there in May and it rained half of the days. It did not rain for long, but long enough that you would need an umbrella. But if you forget one, you can buy it in Prague at a good price. You can bring shampoo/conditioner, toothpaste and such, but if you don't you can buy it here at a good price as well. The prices for shampoo and conditioner were about the same as in U.S. going by the conversion rate of 21.90CZK per $1 I was really happy with my digital camera. It was easy to carry and small. We also had a 35mm manual camera, but it was almost ruined because of the rain and we had to carry it in a bulky camera bag that was not very comfortable. I'd say digital is the way to go especially if you have one with at least 6-7megapix. If you are going to take a manual camera buy film at home. If you use cologne/perfume make sure you take yours. That's one thing that is pretty expensive in Prague. If you smoke, don't bother taking cigarettes with you as they are about 60CZK (about $3) per pack of Marlboro which is much cheaper than in U.S.

Day Trip to Melnik

by sunshinejo

This was the best day we had during our stay in Prague – it was really nice to get out of the city, see some of the countryside and another, much less touristy town. The old town here is small and very attractive, and although there’s not a lot to do here you can easily pass a morning or afternoon wandering round the streets and visiting the chateau. In some ways the bus trip out here was just as enjoyable, we were quite content sat there looking out the window at the passing scenery and seeing all the little villages as we passed through them.

To get here, take the metro to Nadrazi Holesovice, and then head outside to the bus stand where buses to Melnik depart every 15 mins or so. The bus station in Melnik is a little way out of the Old Town, you basically need to head up the hill and slightly to the right to reach the Old Town.

Dvorak mansion and museum

by hundwalder

This beautiful neo Renaissance mansion was the home of Antonin Dvorak as suggested by the sculptured engraving. No wonder he was finally overcome by homesickness during his tenure as director of the New York music conservatory. I believe that the Dvorak museum is housed in the mansion, although I am not certain.

The mansion is located on the edge of old town, just east of the Jewish quarter. The beautiful Spanish synagogue is across the street.


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