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Vaclavske Namesti 48, Praha 1, Prague, Bohemia, 11000, Czech Republic
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New eayr's eve in Prague

by fantocat

Hi there
I'm coming to Prague on 28. of december.I'm planning to spend a new year there.What is the best way to spend new year in Prague?I'm looking for a good night club for tgeenagers,with some good dj-s,or some good party.Do you have some suggestion for me?I am 17 and coming with a friend!!!!

Looking foreward to your promt respons!!!
Filip, Serbia

Re: New eayr's eve in Prague

by Veroali

good options for you could be Karlovy lazne (next to Charles brigde), Duplex (Wenceslas square), Mish Mash (Holesovice/Letna), Roxy (Dlouha street)... There are many. But on New year's eve it is always full, sometimes you have to make a reservation in advance.

Re: New eayr's eve in Prague

by Nadia7

All the bars are gonna be crowded like the hell for the night. You shall definitely book your stay in advance as it can be a headache to get in without any booking. There are many popular bars to visit such as Lucerna Bar (Vodickova Street, in the cenre) or Club N11, see the link bellow:

Karlovy Lazne is really touristy, you might like that, too.

Travel Tips for Prague

Giving Peace a Chance - Lennon Wall

by Ekaterinburg

Fans of John Lennon really can't leave Prague without seeing this wall. It's in Mala Strana, just off Na kampe square in fact, so you'll have no problem in finding it. You cross over a really tiny bridge on Hroznova, that takes you off Kampa Island and on to Velkoprevorske namesti, a square which is dominated by Burquoy Palace. Across the road, and in the summer, almost hidden behind the huge leafy trees, is the John Lennon Wall. It's so ordinary, that it's almost an anticlimax and somehow you think that there has to be more than this scruffy graffiti-d wall. It's been here since Lennon's death and apparently the secret police spent hours painting over the messages of love and peace until 1989 when the wall was returned to the Knights of Malta. The Knights weren't very keen on the idea either but eventually with some persuasion they agreed to let it remain as a monument to John Lennon and peace. His face appears in relief and the entire wall is a glorious riot of pyschedelic love and peace.

If you're still hanging on to a little 60's nostalgia, this could make you a little teary-eyed. 'All we are saying, is Give Peace a Chance'. Those were the days !!

Theatre, Black Theatre,...

by Martin_S.

Theatre, Black Theatre, Concerts, etc. The pic shows a gentleman dressed in a Shakspearean costume, advertising some play or other. You will find dozens of these people with signs, flyers, pamphlets, booklets, and costumes of course, on almost every street corner in the old city and on Karl Bridge.

Opening hours

by keeweechic

Offices, services and most stores are closed on Saturday (afternoon) and Sunday. Mostly cafes, restaurants and grocers may, however, be open. If you are a foreigner from the West, you can claim your tax back on items brought - I'm told it may not be simple though.

Electricity : The normal electricity supply is 220 volts with 2 round pins.

Comical Signs

by Roadquill

I imagine in any city there will be signs that those visiting either misinterpret or are simply comical due to translation. I especially like the sign where kids play soccer with cars. Although the sign asking "Do you like mussels?" with a logo of a scallop shell was humorous, the best was the Mad Cow Desease reference....

Victory virgin church, at...

by fandango

Victory virgin church, at Karmelitská 9, mala strana.
Here is the 'Bambino di Praga', a little Jesus figure donated by Spain at 1628. Pray (people say the Bambino make miracles) and visit an interesting little museum with clothes and items from the little Jesus.
You can even send him an e-mail:


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