Hotel Amadeus Prague

Slavojova 8/108, Prague 2, Prague, Bohemia, 128 00, Czech Republic
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travelling by car from Prague to Warsaw

by mcb

Is it easy to get from Prague to Warsaw by car in January?

Re: travelling by car from Prague to Warsaw

by Gili_S

Easy it depends what you are used to? Is 10 hours drive is easy for you? How about winter conditions, snow and ice?

Re: travelling by car from Prague to Warsaw

by Potato-Brigade

I agree with Gili on the main. But if your question is more about "civilized conditions" then I can add that the roads are well-built and straight forward, with several possible routes to chose from.

Re: travelling by car from Prague to Warsaw

by evaanna

Choose a route avoiding the mountains, where snow and ice may be a particular problem. But weather forecasts say there will be little snow this winter. If they prove to be true is another matter. Make sure you have winter tyres, just in case.

Travel Tips for Prague

Views from Strahov Monastary

by bpwillet

There was always a place above the river and the city that you can get a good view. One of the ones I liked was around Strahov Monastary. Very peaceful and quiet. There is a restaurant at the base of the monastary grounds and it seems like it would be teeming with people in the summertime. It offers great views of the castle and the Little Quarter.

Look up and enjoy the architecture

by Luchonda

Sometimes the central area is overcrowded by tourists - but take your time and enjoy !
Even more - leave the beaten path - keep your eyes open and yr camera ready to shoot some nice architecture pictures of Prague, the golden city.

the people of Prague

by Hildeal

well I got the feeling that the people were shy and hard to get in contact with. It was also surprising that so few people spoke English. Some of the young people working at MC Donalds didn't speak English at all.

we stayed in a place outside of the centre of Prague, so maybe they weren't used to tourists there?

In a doll shop in the city we met this man, who spoke excellent English, and even knew Jan Teign and Rune Rudberg from watching Eurovison contest where we got 0 points ( as we often do). Impressing!!

Bone Church

by K-nalla

Creepy but definetly cool. It tells the tale of a small church and holy land....
Back in the day (not very good with dates myself) one of the monks that lived here was sent to Jerusalem to collect some "holy dirt". Upon returning he planted this in the garden, converting the garden now in a holy site. All of the sudden now, everyone wanted to be buried at this place and the garden overfills way too quick. Like every other crazy monk out there, these crazies decided to unearth the corpses (now just bone and dirt) to make room for the ones, creating this way a pile of bones in the basement. A century later one of the more artistry inclined monks decided to use this bones and make sculptures, and voila! now the front of the church is like a bone exhibition. The Chandelier for example is said to contain all the bones of a human body. Prett cool.

Petrin Hill park and gardens.

by hundwalder

Rest well my friend in this most beautiful and peaceful part of Praha. Your rest is surely well deserved. Your and your parents generations of Slavic people endured many hardships and abuses at the hands of the ruling classes and external enemies. Better times are certainly ahead for you and are most deserved by your great nation of people.

This photo was taken on Easter Sunday, 2003. The weather was a perfect 10. Shown is one of the beautiful gardens in Petrin Hill Park. Prague's 650 year old defense wall provides a handsome backdrop. Most of the remaining 1200 meters of the "hunger" wall are surrounded by masterfully landscaped and well maintained public greenbelt. Excellent city planning in my opinion. They do it so much better than so many cities that have had much more time to hone their planning skills.

See my tip on the Petrin Hill tower for transporatation options. My recommended option is to walk the scenic and low degree of difficulty footpath from Strahov monastary. There are also two scenic footpaths extending from the base of Petrin Hill Park at the Vlatva River to the crest. You can also offer a prayer for peace and tolerance while at the monastary. May we learn from the sorrows of the past never to repeat our acts of hatred and prejudice.

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Address: Slavojova 8/108, Prague 2, Prague, Bohemia, 128 00, Czech Republic