Hotel Koral

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Prague safety and day trips

by klmousseau

Hi,
I'm just wondering about safety at night and in general.

Also, I will be there for 4 days. 2 days in the city sightseeing etc, then 1 day trip, and what do you recommend on the 4th day? Any recommendations on day trips? We will have a rail pass.

Thank you!

Re: Prague safety and day trips

by HansDK

Be a bit more specific about what you are doing the first 3 days and it will be a bit easier to recommend something for the 4th day.

Re: Prague safety and day trips

by Maryimelda

This is just a thought - why not consider adding the extra day on to your time in Vienna? They are both beautiful cities.

Re: Prague safety and day trips

by caffelatte

There are enough warnings about safety in Prague over the net. I didnt have any safety issues though. Its very safe in the night. Some folks (including girls) I met roamed around in the streets late in the night, and they said it was perfectly safe.
Apart from the usual precautions, be extra careful at some of the subway stations. There were some not so nice people (with some stray dogs !!) at one particular station. I either avoided that station, or when I used that, I simply exited from a different direction.
By day trip, if you are thinking of going to that place and coming back to Prague, then railpass may not be of much use. Buses tend to more efficient I think. As a daytrip, I had considered going to Karlstein castle, but didnt have time. You may consider that.

Re: Prague safety and day trips

by leics

I did't find Prague unsafe either (single middle-aged female).

But like all big European cities, one must use normal common sense and stay alert. wandering around deserted or badly-lit areas at night is not a good idea in Prague or anywhere else!

For ideas on daytrips (and suggested itienraries for each day) his site is excellent:

http://www.myczechrepublic.com/prague/sightseeing/itinerary.html

And for days out (they give independent travel details as well as tour suggestions):

http://www.myczechrepublic.com/prague/sightseeing/day_trips.html

Re: Prague safety and day trips

by packtarl

Prague is no more unsafe than anywhere else. As others have said just be aware of your surroundings and take care as you would at home. As for a day trip consider Kutna Hora. An hour away by train. A beautiful town to wander around and of course the Bone Church on the outskirts, a 10 mins walk from the station. Several trains a day to and from Prague.

Re: Prague safety and day trips

by ramot418

Karlovy Vary is a "must-see". It is a 2-hour bus trip from Prague (Florenc bus station) on a very comfortable bus. A train trip to there - if at all possible - is certainly impractical.

Karlstejn Castle is easily reached by train from Prague (about 40 minutes). However, I don't know whether your rail pass is valid for that trip. Please check it out.

Travel Tips for Prague

Old town. Underground

by bugulma

During Karl IV times the city was raised 3 meters high that to avoid floods. Thus many ancient buildings are underground now. Some interesting examples I saw in the underground of Staromestska Radnize (Town Hall).

Golden Goal Oliver Bierhoff

by sabsi

We were in Prague in winter 1996. The summer before Germany's footie team had won the European championships after a final victory again Czech Republic. Oliver Bierhoff scored the Golden Goal that decided the match. When we were in the toy department of a department store we saw a parrot that you could teach talking. My friend made him say 'Oliver Bierhoff .. Golden Goal'. Then we left! But for many metres we could still hear the bird saying 'Golden Goal Oliver Bierhoff Golden Goal Oliver Bierhoff Golden Goal Oliver Bierhoff Golden Goal Oliver Bierhoff'. HAHAHAHA

Winter vs. Summer

by mbsimjam

Prague is generally warm (15 C or higher) about 9 months a year. The winter is also very mild, with the temperature in Prague goin (usually) no lower than -5 C. However, it is quite windy and the wind is cold. If you are used to warm weather, bundle up, if you are used to cold weather, you could get by with a sweater and a wind breaker.

Prague is Beautiful

by dlandt

Prague is a beautiful city that reminds you not just of history, but of the more pleasant side of life today. It is far from uncommon to wander into a small, infrequently visited park and see that there has been care taken to make the place as aesthetically pleasing as possible, often in creative ways. Take these spirit sisters for example. would you believe they are a drinking fountain?

Kostel Svateho vojtecha

by globetrott

Kostel Svateho vojtecha will be locked by an iron-fence almost all day, but at least you may enter the door and take a quick look through the fence at the backdoor of the monastery-church, as the altar really looks very special and beautiful. Remote places like this monastery obviously are afraid of thieves and it seems to be the best, to lock them outside of the church-services.
The woodcarvings on the frame around the altar-painting look simply great - so I took this picture with my digital camera !

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