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Korunni 75, Prague, 120 00, Czech Republic
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Has any one been to Vk Apartments in Prague

by eastrunner

DO you know if Janska 7, 15000 Prague is a good area?

Thanks

ER

Re: Has any one been to Vk Apartments in Prague

by r13

Well, Janska street is in Prague 118 00, not 15000.

It is in most touristy area, so all restaurants/shops around will be tourists oriented and priced accordingly. Car movement is extremely restricted in the area so it will be quiet there, and your street is a block away from main tourist route Nerudova street so it should have less crowds under the windows as well. It is quiet romantic and beautiful area (when thousands of tourists are not around :-) )

It is located very close to the Castle. You will have to walk to the hill (or take taxi) each time retuning from other parts of the city. Tram stop is around 500 m., metro stop is one tram stop away.

Re: Has any one been to Vk Apartments in Prague

by eastrunner

Thanks for your help, we had a fantastic trip, loved Prague!!!!

Travel Tips for Prague

Drink the beer!

The Czech's...

by NetSurfer

Drink the beer!

The Czech's have been brewing beer for over a thousand years, and they make the absolute best in the world.
AND
Take trips to the castles!

They have the largest and best kept castles in Europe. Go see Cesky Krumluv, Karlstejn, Konopiste, and of course Prazky Hrad (Prague Castle.) Sitting on the bank of the Vltava at Klub Lavke sipping Pilzner Urquell watching the sunset (see photo), and then the view of Prazky Hrad (Prague Castle) all lit up at night.

Getting around

by Imbi

To see Prague properly, there is no alternative to walking. And the walking couldn't be more pleasant - most of it along the beautiful bridges and cobblestone streets of the city's historic core. Before venturing out, however, be sure you have a good map. The city is divided into 10 administrative districts; Prague 1 and part of Prague 2 lie entirely within the historic center, and the castle area is bordered by Prague 6 and Prague 7

Guards of Prague Castle

by Pieter11

The Castlehill Square of Hradcaske Namesti, is being protected by a few guards. First of all there is a statua "Battling Giants" by Franz Ignaz Platzer, made in 1768. These two statues are probably more impressive then the flesh and blood guards that stand right underneath these statues. They are dressed up nicely, but are not as "good" as their famous Brittish colleagues. In fact they really look at you, and are always willing to pose for people who want to be with them in the picture.

Every hour they change and at 12:00 this is a happening including music and flags, that attracts lots of people.

A different view of the National Museum

by TravelChick67

I know many people take pictures of the front of the national Museum but I propose going off the the side.

We came upon the west side of the museum by accident after walking up from another locale in the city. The winter trees and blue sky made for a beautiful shot and I quickly reached for my camera to get the shot to the left.

The front of the museum is nice but I like this vantage point much better.

If you'd like more history about the museum, go to the link below.

Jubilee Synagogue

by globetrott

Jubilee Synagogue is just about 300 meters from the trainstation Hlavni nadrazi in a sidestreet called Jeruzalemska ( Jerusalem-street )

It is a pity, the steet is so very narrow, that I had to take this picture with my 17mm extreme wide-angle lens, in order to have all the building on the pic.
Unfortunately all vertical lines look a bit un-even that way, but at least you see the total
building that way.

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