Hotel Cerna Liska (Black Fox Hotel)

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Mikulasska 2/19, Old Town Square, Prague, Bohemia, 11000, Czech Republic
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on old town square

by doug48 about cerna liska restaurant

the cerna liska restaurant is located in the hotel cerna liska on old town square. they serve czech and european fare and they also offer a vegetarian menu. for vegetarians this is the place to go on old town square. because of it's location it is a little pricey.

Vegetarian food on Staromeske Namesti

by zizkov about Cerna Liska

Cerna Liska is a hotel with restaurant in the corner of Starometske Namesti. Whist not only vegetarian, it does have a separate vegetarian menu with several interesting choices. I've eaten there on the last two visits to Prague and enjoyed it. Prices are fairly high for Prague, but not bad considering the location.

In summer they also have tables outside, and there is a gothic cellar used for dining as well. This has some very strange little tables set into the stairs.


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Forum Posts

Prague Hotels - Where to stay ??

by mrjohnmcnally

Hi All

I am planning a surprise trip for my wifes 50th birthday later this year and want suggestions as to where to stay
Ideally I would like somewhere central, with decent views and a hotel that has character and not to large
My budget will be in the £70 - £120 per room per night any offers as to where I should go ????

Re: Prague Hotels - Where to stay ??

by Pappy17

My brother and sister-in-law stayed at the Hotel U Suteru and were very satisfied. It's centrally located near Wenceslas Square.

The website for the hotel is:

Hope this helps!


Re: Re: Prague Hotels - Where to stay ??

by sandysmith

Just back from a 5 day trip to Prague.
We stayed at a small cosy romantic hotel in the Lesser Quarter - just a few mins walk from the castle .
but also does not ttake long to walk across Charlews bridge to the old town. Hotel called At the Yellow Shoe - details on my Prague Page abd I'd reccomend the Blue Duckling restaurant for the birthday meal.
Lesser Quartter had a better choice of restaurants in my biased opinion!

Re: Re: Prague Hotels - Where to stay ??

by sandysmith

PS - for something really special you could stay at the Savoy - why not have a go at the VT auctions deal there.

Re: Prague Hotels - Where to stay ??

by Barton1968

Hotel Cerny Slon, just off the Old Square. Alternatively, Hotel Cerna Liska in the Old Square. Try Cedok Both centrally located away fro Wenceslas Square, thank god ;-)

Travel Tips for Prague

Basic necessities

by katmag

Comfortable shoes of course! Bring an umbrella too, because it tends to rain unexpectedly out of the blue sky, and you don't want to waste an entire day in your hotel room. Also, bring your MAC card (best to stick with the big ones - Visa and MC) instead of traveler's checks. You will get a much better exchange rate, and this is so much more convienient! If you want to have one less worry on your head, invest in some kind of money belt. This will come in useful everywhere in Central and Eastern Europe, as there are lots of pick-pockets in the big cities. It's also good to hide your money and passport on the overnight trains. I didn't have a money belt, so I just stuck all my money and passport into the pillow case on which I was sleeping. No one was getting in there without my knowing about it.

another Cerny that's easy to miss

by jglsongs

"Viselec" is the official name of David Cerny's sculpture of the hanging man above the streets of the Old Town. He's not hanging as in noose and gallows, he's hanging on to a beam.

This work is very easy to miss, but just remember to occasionally look up while walking around the Old Town.

Bertramka Villa - Mozart's Prague home

by hundwalder

Mozart resided in Bertramka villa when he visited Prague in 1787 and in 1791, just a few months before his death. He composed some his greatest music during his stays there. He described his stays in this villa as the most beautiful moments in his life, and he often stated that Prague was his second favorite city to Vienna.

Bertramka is an early 17th. century Renaissance style villla. Mozart and his wife stayed there as the guest of composer / pianist Frantisek Dusek and his wife, singer Josefina Duskova. The beautiful upper level three room apartment that the Mozarts occupied is now a small Mozart museum. The museum collection includes the grand piano shown in photo #3, and a beautiful harpischord in mint condition. Mozart not only played these instruments, but used these them in the compostion of much of his work, including the composition of his great opera, Don Giovanni. The museum contains paintings, sketches, music scores, and even a locket of Wolfgang's hair. Most of the items presently contained in the apartment were there during the Mozart's stays. Photo #4 shows the front of the house. The apartment behind the balcony is where the Mozarts resided.

From April through October concerts are staged in the villa garden. The garden was built in the shape of an ampitheater to provide excellent acoustics. This is the reason why the villa has always been owned by professional musicians throughout its 400 year history. Admission price to the museum is 110 koruna, while a combined ticket for concert and museum is 390 koruna. The museum is open daily from 0930-1800.

Photo #2 is of the outside of the villa, with the rooftop of the house shown on the left. The shear limestone formation shown serves as the natural outer wall to the garden wall. The steep hill shown rises adruptly from the rear of the villa. A handrail is provided along the steep walkway.

Located at Mozartova St. 169, in Smichov district, a little southwest of old town. Take the Metro B line to station Andel, then tram #4, 7, 9, or 10.


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Address: Mikulasska 2/19, Old Town Square, Prague, Bohemia, 11000, Czech Republic