Holeckova Accommodation

Holeckova 107, Prague, 150 00, Czech Republic
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Transport from Cracow or Wroclaw (both in Poland) to Prague

by thamizh_a

Halo there,
Me and my friends are planning to go Poland and Prague in January mid. So we are planning to go to Cracow by Wizzair then to Prague by train or bus. Please help in that route (to and fro) or one way then to Wroclaw by train too. Want to know about the time and prices. Im finding it extremely difficult to get a cheap transport to enter Cezh, let it be by air or train. Help us.
Thank you all in advance..

Re: Transport from Cracow or Wroclaw (both in Poland) to Prague

by kopvas

Regular rail tariff between Poland and Czech republic is quite cheap, so you can use railway.
Krakow-Prague one way ticket only 29 euro (+ possible couchette reservation if you travel during the night - 9-14 euro)
timetable can be found for instance here http://rozklad.pkp.pl/
You can as well travel to the border by domestic trains, cross it on foot and continue with other domestic trains, but it is not really good option in case of PKP-CD connection

Travel Tips for Prague

St. Vitus Cathedral

by Veroali

It is the most beautiful cathedral in the Czech republic. It means a lot for Czechs and for our history. The first stone put czech king Charles IV. in 1344 and the main architect was Matyas from Arras, after him came Petr Parléř. The gotic cathedral has two towers in front, many chapels, inside lenght is 124 m. One of the most famous chapels is St. Vaclav chapel. The cathedral building was completely finished in 1929!


by kris-t

The Vltava listen (help·info) (Moldau in German and many other Germanic languages, Moldva in Hungarian, unrelated to the Moldova river of Romania) is the longest river in the Czech Republic, draining into the north from its source in Šumava through Èeský Krumlov, Èeské Budìjovice, and Prague (Praha), merging with the Elbe (Labe) at Mìlník. It is 430 kilometers long and drains about 28,000 square kilometers; at their confluence the Vltava actually has more water than the Elbe, but joins the Elbe at a right angle to its flow so that it appears on maps as merely a tributary. In August 2002 a flood of the Vltava killed several people and caused massive damage and disruption along its length.

Language can be a bit of a...

by acemj

Language can be a bit of a barrier, but you might do well speaking a little German. Czech is very difficult and I found that even with a book of 'useful' phrases, they weren't very useful the way I was pronouncing them!!
Some of the younger people will speak English, but don't count on it.

Here are the very basics:

Yes: Ano (AH-no)
No: ne (neh)
Please/You're welcome: Prosim (PROH-seem)
Thank you: Dekuji (Dyeh-koo-yih)
Hello: Dobry den (DO-bree-den)
Goodbye: Nashledanou (NAH-sleh-dah-noh-oo)

Karlstejn Castle

by Waoife

Karlstejn Castle - OK being the most visited castle in the Czech Republic it's not exactly 'off the beaten path' but what a lot of people don't realise is that it's only a 35-minute train ride from Smichov station. Providing you have the whole day to spare & don't mind trying out sign language at the train station you can get a return ticket for under €5 - far cheaper than any of the expensive organised excursions. A word of warning though - the castle is about a 20 minute walk UPHILL from the train station.

There are tours of the castle (I was there in November & even then there were plenty available in English) and although the inside is empty & not as impressive as the outside it's worth a look all the same.

Lucerna Shopping centre & movie theatre

by globetrott

This great shopping centre was built in Art nouveau-style by Vaclav Havel ( he was the grandfather of today's president of the Czech Republic )
Lucerna shopping centre is not far from Wentzel Square / Vaclavske Namesti in a sidestreet called " Vodickova "


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