Hotel Brno

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Thamova 26, Prague, 186 00, Czech Republic
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 34% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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Good Prague Portals like

by Bluesteel007

Hi, in a few weeks I will move to Prague. Therefor I'm looking for all kind of informations about the city. Does anybody know interessting webpages/prague portals? I already found a good one -
I'm not only interested in good restaurants, nightlife... but also about daily business in prague...

looking forward to live in this city... e.g. doing the famous beer trip ;-)

Re: Good Prague Portals like

by Maurizioago

There are lots of pages on Prague here on VT too. Have you read any?

Re: Good Prague Portals like

by Bluesteel007

yes, I did. And it is also helpful. But citypilot for example is much more structured. I found also but this homepage is again too overloaded.
Still interested in new sources for informations about Prague...

Re: Good Prague Portals like

by barbloga

Hi there, first of all welcome to Prague! I hope you'll enjoy the experience of living here. The best sites that most expats use to stay informed about everyday life are:

The expats portal also publishes a yearly book called "Survival Guide" that's distributed for free and has all the info you need when moving to can pick up a copy once you're here...


Travel Tips for Prague

Spontaneous Sculptures

by easyoar

After Communism, the Czechs seem to have got into expressing themselves in a big way through art, and in particular sculpture. I don't know whether these sculptures move around, I don't believe them to be permanent, but they certainly livened up Wenceslas Square, which it a strange square (it's very long and thin, not like a "square" at all.

The most photogenic one is this pile of cars which makes a very nice window through which to view the natural History museum, especially at night time. These sculptures are placed in such a way that people can interact with them by touching them etc. Livened up Wenceslas Square


by nighthawk

"The one you show on your "Prague-Tourist Trap" is inside the Hradny Castle just
before you get to the "Golden Street".
Thanks Martin_S ( for giving me this information! Walking through the city, and often being surprised by unexpected sites or buildings.
Like when we walked to the 'Golden Street' and finding this church.
The smell in the city was very particular too, it just fitted the history.

Painting the Houses Red?

by Bregman

The houses are always kept beatifully painted. But, not any paint will do. The house owner must prove that the colour he or she wants to paint the house with was used sometime through the house history. The house paint layers are examined to see the exact colours the house can be painted with.

Football in Prague


Prague currently has 3 clubs playing in the Czech top league (Gambrinus League). Sparta Prague ( who are frequently the Czech qualifiers for the Champions League; Slavia Prague ( as the local rival for Sparta and Viktoria Zizkov ( a famous working class club.
Matches of the Czech national team are often played in the Sparta Stadium (Toyota Arena) which is a compact 20,000 all-seater stadium.

Look up.............

by leics

As in all cities, it's easy to miss what's above your head and, often, there are fascinating bits and pieces to see.

The architecture in Prague is stunning but the 'icing' on the buildings continue right to the top; look up for more twiddles and mosaics, sgraffito, statues and ornamentation of all sorts.

The photos will give you an idea of what's up there, from Communist slab-sculpture to Baroque fancinesses.

Getting a pain in the neck can sometimes be valuable!


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Address: Thamova 26, Prague, 186 00, Czech Republic