Hotel Jeneralka

Nad Habrovkou 3, Dejvice, Prague, 164 00, Czech Republic
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Forum Posts

Prague in January

by alek

I'm planing to visit Prague in the middle of January along with few friends, but there are so many tips for accommodation in Prague my head started to hurt from all those locations and reviews :)) So I was hoping someone will give me straight forward advice of some good hostel with good location and decent price. We prefer hostels that have 3-4 bed rooms with private bathroom so if anyone stayed at some good place, please let me know.

btw, the heating shouldn't be a problem in hostels, right?

Tx, Aleksandar

Re: Prague in January

by leics

While you are waiting for specific recommendations from VT-ers (I didn't stay in a hostel) check www.hostelworld.com and www.hostelbookers.com

They list the hostels in Prague, and also carry reviews.

I suspect the heating situation will reflect the general standard of the hostel, but I doubt you will freeze in any of them.

Travel Tips for Prague

Beer lovers paradise!

by JayNeen

The only thing better than a great beer is a great, cheap beer. Such is the case in Prague as the beer choices are both excellent and affordable.

My tip is to follow the signs advertising a local brew and then have a seat and enjoy while people watching and taking in the wonderful atmosphere.

Cheers!

Internet Cafe

by bugalugs

It seems we cant even go away for a few days anymore without us wanting to check our emails or log onto vt. There are quite a few internet cafes in Prague and we went in this one called Scorpio which was on Wenceslas Square. It was also a restaurant/bar.

The cost of the internet was 1KC per minute.
I had 45 mins we also had a bottle of sprite and a glass of wine and the cost was about 150KC so it was good value.
The cafe was on the right hand side looking towards the National Museum, somewhere near Marks and Spencers, it is underneath an apartment block which is No. 48.
Next door to a change shop, and a Fotolab shop.

Fallen Communist Hero

by easyoar

I have to admit that being born in an English speaking country, I am very grateful that I was not born with a surname such as this one (you may need to enlarge the picture to understand what I am talking about). I can imagine the chances of a misspelling of it as being remarkably high.

Julius Fucik was a Czech who became ideologically indoctrinated by the communists. This wasn't an ideal situation to be in, especially once the Nazis moved in. Fucik was arrested and tortured and wrote a book whilst in prison entitled "Notes from the Gallows". The pages were smuggled out by sympathetic warders. Fucik was then beheaded by the nazis. Later the communists saw an opportunity for propaganda out of the incident. Pages from the book were censored to remove the bits where Fucik gave in to interrogation and gave the Nazis information. He became a communist hero in light of the doctored book. Numerous parks, roads etc were named after him. More recently the full text of Fucik's book has been released, and attitudes have changed towards him.

This bust is in the Museum of communism

Jewish Section

by joebarcas

A short walk from Old Town Square. The Jewish Cemetary is located here as well as some street vendors and upscale shops. We bought a Garnet ring for our daughter in one of the jewlery stores there. Don't be afraid to haggle over the price. By doing so we got a substantial discount.

Art Nouveau treasure

by rexvaughan

Prague is filled with wonderful Art Nouveau work and probably the biggest is the main train station, Hlavni Nadrazi. The lower arrivals level is nothing to shout about as it is a low-ceilinged hall filled with kiosks and a sometimes strange mixture of people and this unfortunate setting is a legacy of the communist regime. If you have even a few minutes in the station go upstairs to the grand old ticket hall which is an Art Nouveau treasure with a wonderful domed ceiling and ornate ticket windows. You can sit by the iron railing surrounding the opening below the dome and enjoy a snack or coffee. A side note that I learned while there is that this station was named in the early 20th C for Woodrow Wilson in recognition of promoting self-determination and contributing the creation of Czechoslovakia in 1918.

You can see from the entrance what a grand building it was originally before the place was surrounded by the stuff of the communist era. There is currently some efforts to reconstruct or overhaul the building to restore it to its earlier grandeur.

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