Legner Hotel Praha Libus Prague

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Na Okruhu 488/27, Prague, Bohemia, 140 00, Czech Republic
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Early monring transport to airport

by vickss

Like many other ppl who had booked Skyeurope(damn) I had to change my flight out of Prague to Venice. Instead of leisurely 10-11 am flight now I have a 6.20 am flight to Milan and then on to Venice..
I had these queries..

1. Is the 1/3 day passes valid on night transports?
2. Whats the easy way to reach airport from Old Town(M staying in Prague Lion close to Charles Bridge).. by public transport.. dont hv to much luggage just 1/2 backpacks
3. When it rains.. does it rain bad in Prague...I wl be visiting next Monday and moving out Wednesday

Re: Early monring transport to airport

by r13

1. Yes, passes are valid on all metro/tram/buses within city limits (which includes airport) around the clock 24 or 72 h fom the moment you stamp it.

2. Well, "Prague Lion" hotel I found is not close to Charles bridge. It is "Na bojisti 26", about 2.5 km walk. If I am right with the location, you can get to the airport very easily. Just locate bus stop "I.P. Pavlova", night bus No 510 leaves every 30 minutes (not far from the hotel, check the right direction!!). If your flight is 6:20, I think you can take bus leaving 4:31, arriving to the airport at 5:13. To be on the safe side, take the bus 30 min. earlier.

3. Nobody can predict this. Right now forecast for the next Mon/Tue is 20 C (5 C at night) slightly cloudy without rain.

Re: Early monring transport to airport

by leics

2. You can find transport information on the airport website (in English) here:

http://www.csl.cz/en/site/sluzby_letiste/doprava_parkovani/doprava_na_letiste/mhd_autobus.htm

and there is a journeyplanner in English here:

http://idos.dpp.cz/idos/connform.aspx?tt=pid&cl=E5

3. Yes, it can rain heavily in Prague as it can anywhere else in Europe. It can, it may, it may not. No-one can be certain so far in advance.

Re: Early monring transport to airport

by vickss

Hi.. I checked up.. Prague Lion Hostel is at Na Zborenci.. close to Karlovo Namesti metro station.. is this IP Pavlova also next to it? or does this 510 bus stops at Karlovo Namesti?

secondly does the bus stops mention which busses stop there.. in which case i will make a recce a day before to know exactly where the bus stops..

Re: Early monring transport to airport

by leics

IP Pavlova is a good walk from Charles Bridge, as I recall (my hotel was near the former). Say 20/25minutes?

Check it out on google maps. Put in IP Pavlova Prague, then zoom and scroll up and right to find Charles Bridge/area. Or put in your hotel, then zoom/scroll down and left for IP Pavlova.

Can't recall what information there was on the bus stops, sorry.

Re: Early monring transport to airport

by r13

Hi,

Bus 510 does stop at Karlovo namesti. Stop is next to new glass building on the corner (where trams turn left going downhil).

Yes, stops list the bus/tram lines stoping there as well as timetibles.

Re: Early monring transport to airport

by r13

Ok,

I was thinking it was hotel, You are right, there is also hostel with the same name located not far from Karlovo namesti.

Acctually you can use eiter stop at Karlovo namesti, or next stop - at Jiraskuv bridge (next to Dancig house). The stop is on the bridge itself.

Re: Early monring transport to airport

by vickss

Thanks a ton... r13, leics....

Travel Tips for Prague

Food fare

by M.E.R.V

Food is cheap is Prague only if you are wise and know where to eat and where not to. The most obvious places not to are obviously the Old Town and other major tourist areas, where you probably be ripped off. If there isn't much of a choice and you do have to eat by these places, take necessary precautions like asking for how much things cost even if it is not mentioned in the menu, and whether if bread or sauces are free of charge. If you pay by credit, check the bill before signing and when you do, always write the currency down(czk) then the value with no spaces in between.

MUSEUM OF DECORATIVE ARTS ...

by chrissyalex

MUSEUM OF DECORATIVE ARTS This is a pretty museum. There are stained glass panels on the staircase and large collections of Bohemian,Medieval and Venetian glass, Also displays of different types of clothing, porcelain ,tapestries and furniture. There is a nice little coffee shop on the right hand side and there were many students in there( I think a college is nearby) It was a nice place to stop for an espresso on a rainy day. I was originally going to visit the Old Jewish Cemetery instead, but the price of admission there was at least 5 times more than admission to any of the other musuems in Prague!!! It was cold and rainy that day and I just wanted warmth and dryness. I did get a glimpse of the cemetery though, to my surprise there was a great view of it from the restroom window at the Museum of Decorative Arts!

More Moo

by zrim

There are over 200 cows identified at the following website: http://prague.cowparade.com/cow/gallery

Some of the cows are beautiful, some are silly and some make political statements.

"/PRAGUE, 9. 6. 2004/ CowParade Prague 2004, an open air exhibition and a charitable happening is facing an unprecedented spate of vandalism. Apart from genuine interest and curiosity, the cows also stir insane and incomprehensible reactions.

Yesterday night somebody seriously damaged Romeo 23, the cow placed on námìstí Kinských in Prague 5. The sponsor of this cow is IRNERIO PRAHA s.r.o. Romeo 23 was decorated to evoke the notion of the legendary tank No. 23 that used to be displayed at a pedestal at námìstí Kinských before the Velvet Revolution. Nobody meant to insult the 144 000 soldiers of the Red Army who died during the liberation of Czechoslovakia, as the daily Haló noviny wrote. The only purpose was to come up with an original decoration and address those who find CowParade Prague 2004 interesting.

Bessel Kok, a co-owner of the CowParade Prague 2004 license said: 'Why don't people just take a look and smile over the colored cows? The cows help to make Prague more popular and at the end of the happening they will bring money for children's charities. I am very disappointed.'"

St. Jacob church

by german_eagle

For folks who are into Baroque architecture & art - St. Jacob church is a magnificent example. It is located somewhat remote north of the Celetna street, close to Tyn courtyard.

St. Jacob was originally built in 1232, reconstructed in the 14th century in Gothic style and 1689 - 1739 in Baroque style. Highlights are the sculptures at the main facade and the main altar with a picture of W. L. Reiner. I especially enjoyed the bright interior with magnificent frescos at the ceiling - right the counterpart to many other Prague churches.

The Czech countryside. Be...

by hslowe

The Czech countryside. Be adventurous...hop a bus and ride out into the middle of nowhere. See, look at me--I'm at a bus stop in a plowed field in the middle of nowhere! It was a three-mile walk to the nearest village, Solopysky, which boasts about 80 people. Anyway, my point is that the small villages surrounding Prague are unbelievably quaint, and while there is nothing to see in the 'tourist' sense, that is where you will get the best feeling for the Czech national character.

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