Hotel Marie-Luisa

Krnska 350, Prague 9, Prague, 19700, Czech Republic
Hotel Marie-Luisa
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Parking in Prague

by camchase

I know the best way to get around Prague is not by car. However, I will be staying in Prague for 3 days and need to know where I can park my care. I will be staying at Karmelitska 23, Mala Strana, Prague 1. Are there any parking garages nearby? Is overnight parking on the street allowed?
Thanks.

Re: Parking in Prague

by r13

Closest garages are:
Parking Rudolfinum, Alsovo nabrezi 12 - 600 CZK/day,
National Theatre parking, Ostrovni 1 (behind the old theater, under the new building)- 960 Czk/day.
List of guarded parkings and garages in Prague 1:
http://www.udipraha.cz/park/parktext/parksez.asp?name=A&val=01

You are staying in the district where parking is very restricted- either banned or allowed only for locals with special permits (so called "Blue" zone).

There are some few "orange" and "green" zones, you can park there overnight for free, but during the day you have to pay and parking time is restricted. Map of the area with the parking zones is here:
http://magistrat.praha-mesto.cz/files/=57290/_7199807.pdf

Re: Parking in Prague

by camchase

Thanks for your response. It is helpful.

Travel Tips for Prague

City with 18 bridges

by Makisha

The banks of the river Vltava in Prague were for centuries connected only by Charles bridge and ferries. At present, the river Vltava is spanned in Prague with 18 bridges. The banks are very nice and clean, a real touristic city!

Buying women's sanitary products

by Tracyden

After visiting about four supermarkets in search of tampons I realised that they apparently not stocked there. Even in the chemist they are not on display - you need to ask the assistant who then pulled out a discreet drawer. There are lots of makes and the Czech tampons were really good.

The Shoe Tip - again!

by divandrea

Leave your stilettos at home. You walk a lot in Prague. And on the cobblestones you need much better shoes than on a normal pavement. Take sneakers, boots for tramping, definitely something without heals.
We were in Prague in March. And it was simply freezing. I had to buy a shawl and gloves since I expected spring. But with heavy winds and lot of clouds wheather felt more like deep autumn than a nice spring day. Don't forget warm sweaters. You'll really need them! Lots of films, huge memory cards - you can't stop taking pictures in Prague.

Petrin Hill & Observation Tower/Small Eiffel Tower

by kirsty_lamb

At the top of the funicular railway this Observation tower is a small imitation of the Eiffel Tower and is 60 m Tall. It is 299 step climb to reach the viewing platform. On a clear day it is possible to see the highest peak in the Czech Republic, Snezka, which is 150km from the tower.

Otherwise there is a nice little cafe at the bottom to wait for those climbing the tower, or the mirror maze just next to it.

Jan-Mar: Sat & Sun 10:00-17:00
Apr: Daily 10:00-19:00
May-Aug: Daily 10:00-22:00
Sep: Daily 10:00-19:00
Oct: Daily 10:00-18:00
Nov-Dec: Sat & Sun 10:00-17:00

Metronome in Letna Park

by sandysmith

The Metronome is situated in Letna Park (acrosss the river from the Jewish quarter and keep climbing up those steps).
It was buil in 1991 and installed after the Velvet Revolution to replace Stallin's statue which had been blown up in 1962.
The area up here is strwn with rubbish, bit of an eyesore really. The metronome is not at all popular - quite noisy too - and may soon be replaced, so if its no longer there when you go you;ll know why!

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