Hotel Donatello

Salmovska 4, Prague 1 Centre, Prague, Czech Republic
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Opinions please

by Nige10

Hi everyone,
Im heading to Prague at the start of sept for 4 days.
I booked to stay with as they seem to be centrally located and v.good price, was just wondering if anyone has any experience with them?
Also was wondering qhat the average price of beer would be, I have heard to get away from the main tourist centres but how far do u need to be going??

Re: Opinions please

by doodybee

we paid nearly 3 times the 35k hotel extol inn price in the tourist areas of prague (2 years ago)

keep away from these areas if you can for buying drink and food - look where the locals are going and it will be cheaper

we bought a couple of bottles of water from the shop near the hotel before we went sight seeing and then found places not on the tourist trap. hope this helps

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by leics

I found the pivovars (micro-breweries) to be excellent value (superb beer, and good food too). I have tips about specific places on my Prague page.

Just don't go into any of the bars etc on the main touristy streets or near tourist sights unless you want to pay over the going rate (as in most European cities), for food as well as beer/coffee etc. Walk a few streets away to find a pivovar/pub/cafe/restaurant.

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by Nige10

is u Fleku one of the micro beweries that u are on about?..

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by leics


There are several in the city, all of which serve excellent (in my opinion) beer and food.

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by Mikebb

Hi You are right in getting off the tourist strip for beer and meals, local restaurants will be half the price and better food, you only have to walk a few streets back.

Check out menus in windows or ask before you take a seat. You will know a local restaurant by the patrons inside, not tourists.

Good Luck,

Travel Tips for Prague

Back door it

by richiecdisc

Prague's Castle District is the main tourist attraction in town so if you go in the middle of the day, it will generally be packed. The best times to go are very early in the morning and sunset to nighttime. Also, if you walk up the normal route from the Charles Bridge, you will be doing what 90 percent of everyone else does so expect crowds. I found a good way to visit it is to take the metro to Dejvice, enjoy that area and then walk back towards town and the Cathedral. It gives you a much different persective of the whole area, and much less crowded too.

Cash is King

by laash

Many places in Prague don't accept credit cards, and sometimes the Bankomats (ATMs) are difficult to find. Make sure you bring enough cash into restaurants in particular so you won't have any issues with paying.

Bring plenty of film!

by grkboiler

If you come in May, it can get cool at night so bring a jacket. Also bring comfortable shoes because you will be doing lots of walking. This is one of the most beautiful cities in the world and I guarantee you will be taking pictures of everything in your path. Bring plenty of film and/or a digital camera!

Nooks and Crannies

by GlobeTreckingCanuck

I strongly encourage you spend lots of time in Prague in order to "poke around" in paths and doorways you would otherwise hurry by on your way to the next site to see. It took us about four days before we became comfortable with this city and started really observing the life around us.

Handles on the Golden Gate, St Vitus Cathedral

by extrajoce

Two lions challenging each other are just another fine detail of the Golden Gate. It is unfortunate not to be able to get closer to the door, but it is still interesting to have a look at such fine art.


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