Hotel 16 Prague

Katerinska 16, Prague, Bohemia, 128 00, Czech Republic
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Travel in Prague

by gealsie

I'm in Prague for 3 days next week. I want to see as many sights as poss. I'm staying in the Old Town. Can I see the sights on foot or should I get a travel pass? Is the 3 day travel pass a good idea? Will it get me from the airport into town? Thanks for any advice!

Re: Travel in Prague

by dracobr

Hi!

Prague is a kind of place where we feel at home so maybe 3 days can be spent very fast but as most tourist spots are around old town you don´t neet any travel pass at all. Just go up and down, enjoyng the architecture, the museums, maybe a concert, the small streets and sitting for a coffee.
From the airport you can get a bus till the nearest underground station and from there to the old town.

Re: Travel in Prague

by johngayton

The 3 day travel pass is well worth buying. Whilst the centre of the city is very walkable (and that's the best way to enjoy it) there are times when you get a bit foot weary and you can just take the metro or tram back to where you want to be. It is valid on the airport bus and metro connection which is a major plus (and almost pays for itself with the airport journeys alone). It's also valid on the funicular up Petrin Hill. And sometimes, for me anyway, it's quite an adventure just to get on a tram whose destination you don't know.

I assume you've found the website already (www.dp-praha.cz)

Have a good trip!

Re: Travel in Prague

by johngayton

PS It also comes in useful if you get lost! The metro is well signposted and very easy to navigate and perfectly safe even late at night. So if you've wandered somewhere out of the way, just find the nearest metro and you'll soon find your way back.

Re: Travel in Prague

by nicolaitan

we stayed in city center yet more than got our money's worth from the three day pass. highly recommended, as described above.

Re: Travel in Prague

by dino335

Spent three days in Prague last year, stayed in Old Town. Only time I used public Transport was one day -- Tram to the top of the Castle Hill and back from the bottom of the hill. Don't think you need the pass.

Re: Travel in Prague

by johngayton

Wow Dino you flew straight into the city centre - helicopter?

Re: Travel in Prague

by nicolaitan

for us to get to the castle required two subways each way, no free transfers, and a tram. and because we got on the tram in the wrong direction i believe at the second subway stop, we had two extra tram rides. paid for itself in one outing. we also used it to get the train for our departure as well as other trips.

Re: Travel in Prague

by bekerovka

Don't buy the three days pass!!! Buy the daily pass. Why? The 3days pass cost 330CZK, daily 100CZK... With 30CZK you can drink a good beer.
Anyway, Dino is right: if you stay in Stare Mesto, every sights are on a foot distance, you don't need a pass. From Ruzine airport to metro station Dejvicka, then your hotel, you'll spend 26CZK(30 if you pay on the bus)for bus #119.
Ciao, Marco

Re: Travel in Prague

by johngayton

That's wierd - having just checked the website the 3-day pass IS more expensive that the 3 X 1-days. When I was last there I bought a 7-day pass for 280 Kc.

Re: Travel in Prague

by bekerovka

Now I pay 4750 CZK for an one-year pass, only three years ago it was 2900CZK :(

Re: Travel in Prague

by Maurizioago

Prague center is compact and well sign posted. I think you can visit many things there in three days.

Re: Travel in Prague

by dino335

Lol. I arrived in the Center on a train!

Re: Travel in Prague

by gealsie

many thanks for your advice john

Re: Travel in Prague

by Kile1

Hi

take a look at www.yourcityvisit.com

Travel Tips for Prague

Church of Our Lady of Tyn

by yooperprof

This church was one of the centers of the Hussite movement, but was taken over by the Jesuits in the 17th century. (The building in front of the Church is the Tyn School.) The royal astronomer Tycho Brahe is buried here - he who died of a burst bladder at the court of Rudolf II. Another interesting thing here: the way in which one of the church's towers is slightly, but noticeably larger and taller than the other. In medieval times, it was widely believed to be necessary to have a larger "male" tower protecting a smaller and less dominant "female" tower.

THE MUNICIPAL HOUSE

by LoriPori

Built from 1905 - 1912, THE MUNICIPAL HOUSE is where the concerts take place. It is the most significant building representing Art Nouveau style in Prague. The concert halls of the Municipal House are popular for its excellent acoustics and wonderful Art Nouveau interior decorated by the best Czech artists of the 20th century.
At the time we were there, the concert of Bohemia String Orchestra were playing. The Orchestra is a group of gifted and experienced musicians.

Municipal House is located on Republiky 5, Praha 1

Filming in Prague

by yooperprof

From "Amadeus" to "The Bourne Identity," Prague has been used as a scenic background for major Hollywood productions. Now the city has become even more popular as location for filming international movies and mini-series. I saw two different production companies in town the week that I was there. Here a production team is at work shooting at a streetside cafe outside the Schwartzenberg Palace in Hradcany Square. Too bad that there isn't actually a cafe there - it would make a great location for one!

Hidden glories in the main station

by londonbabe

Well, you may be using the main station - Hlavni Nadrazi - anyway. If you're not, take a bit of time to do some exploring.

Go in the main entrance, into the concrete jungle, under the ghastly red plastic ceiling. Follow the signs for the Fantova Kaverna. Go up a small flight of stairs, past the Casino. Up another flight of stairs, round a corner and 'wow! In front of you is the last remaining glory of the once glorious Art Nouveau building.

It's a huge dome, surrounded by statues, under which the original delicate ticket windows still remain, unused. There are a few cafe tables round the edge, attended by a diffident waiter. The mouldings are in poor repair, so go soon, whilst this is still holding out against the monstrous 1960's refurbishment below.

If you are a very devout...

by Luis_Alberto

If you are a very devout catholic, a visit to The Infant Jesus of Prague, is a must. This is a 400 years old small wax effigy of the baby Jesus. The sculpture is located at the Church of Our Lady Victorius, (Kostel Panny Marie vítezné) Karmelitská 9. I am not religious, but I went there in memory of my mother, who was a very devout catholic, and was a strong believer on the miracoulous powers of The Infant Jesus of Prague. (El Niño Jesus de Praga), for her.

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Address: Katerinska 16, Prague, Bohemia, 128 00, Czech Republic