Hotel Praga 1885

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Plzenska 29, Prague, 5, Czech Republic
Hotel Praga 1885
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by kasiulenka

Does anyone know of cheap airlines flying from Prague to Spain (Madrid or Barcelona specifically)?


by lubama05

you could try, it offers flights from Prague to Madrid and Barcelona both.


by r13

To Madrid :

To Barcelona: used to have flights there also, but now only flights to some smaler cities are available.


by Laura_Mexico

You could use RYANAIR to Barcelona but there's a stopover in Frankfurt...


by pida85 has the lowest fares. They fly from Brno to Gerona close to Barcelona. You can take bus or train to Brno for aprox 180 CZK (bus). flyes to Malaga and Alicante in Spain. only sells return tickets. flyes to Barcelona.


by kammie

Sites like or www.skyscanner could help. I think spanair and iberia also have flights between Prague and Spain.


by vyriato

Smartwings is an excellent option from/to Madrid. I have travelled with them and the fares are quite reasonable, and service was OK.

Travel Tips for Prague

Karlstejn castle

by extrajoce

Just an hour away from Prague, Karlstejn castle dominates a small village and nearby woods. It is a superb site that has just been reopened after Christmas. Supposedly one of the most beautiful in the country, and definitely very impressive.
Take a train from Smichov station (south-west bank of the Vltava River, opposite Vysehrad). It is an hour by train, and there are trains each hour.


by BMer

So, I bought a Praha lanyard, a KGB (We're Still Watching You!) t-shirt, and a Praha bottle opener at the souvenir shop beside the bridge tower. The young lady at the cashier said to me, "Prosim." I asked her what it meant. She said it means thank you or hello. I said to her, "I thought thank you was "Dekuji." She said, "Yes." So now I'm confused... I asked her one more question, "What does Bes Do Perdele mean?" She was sipping on some water at that time and I had her blowing water/chunks through her nostrils. Hahaha! She couldn't tell me what it meant. Everyone in that souvenir shop was laughing so hard!

I told my Czech co-worker my story when I got back and he said that it's even harder for women to translate it to men. So remember, always learn a few useful verses (for comedic effect) when visiting other countries.

Walking shoes are a must

by rakeshk

Bring a good pair of walking shoes. Best way to see prague is by walking around and a good pair of walking shoes will take you all the way. Bring your own bathing soap and shampoo. Hotels do not provide anything special.

Find peace at the Lennon wall

by Zinh

Not far from the Charles bridge (west side, Lesser Town, Kampa) you can find the John Lennon Wall, a spontaniously formed monument to commemorate this great artist. A nice place to get away from the crowd and have a moment of peace and reflexion: All you need is love.

Baroque facades of Mala Strana ( lesser town )

by hundwalder

Upon crossing Karluv most ( Charles Bridge ) into Mala Strana, most tourists immediately take the most direct route to Prague Castle. Some get a brief glimpse of the magnificent ancient buildings that line the entire route, but many scarcely seem to notice them. Instead of enjoying the walk they complain about how steep the climb is. Few realize how many fascinating things there are to see and experience just a few meters from the designated tourist route.

Shown in photo #1are just a few of the many styles of Baroque building facades that grace the fascinating and uncrowded side streets of Mala Strana. The buildings shown were originally constructed from 600 to 900 years ago during the Romanesque and Gothic eras. As was the case throughout medieval Europe, there were no spaces between buildings sharing common walls. During the Baroque era, frill seeking people tired of the plain roof gables, and built facades ( false fronts ) in front of all street facing gables. The facade at the left has the familiar scrole design. A wedding cake style facade looms high in the center, and a facade with a round portal type window is at the far right.

Photo #2 shows some of the very verticle 700 year old buildings near the banks of the Vlatava River. The dominant architectural style is early Baroque, except for the ground level porticos and arcades that have maintained their original Gothic appearance. Cars are parked everywhere as you can see. Siumply navigate your way around them.

Both photos are of areas about 300 meters northwest of Karluv most.


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