Marketa Hotel Prague

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Na Petynce 45, Praha 6, Prague, Bohemia, 16000, Czech Republic
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5
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32%
11
Average
29%
10
Poor
14%
5
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8%
3

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Costs 29% less but rated 11% lower than other 3 star hotels

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  • Couples72
  • Solo50
  • Business50

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Train to Vienna

by matthewsr

Can I get a day train from Prague to Westbahnhof station in Vienna. I have a hotel booked near the station. It seems to me that the trains all go to Meidling. Would taking a bus be an option?
thanks
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Re: Train to Vienna

by HansDK

Not direct. You can take the EC train from Prague to Wien Simmering and then change to U-Bahn U3 to Wien Westbahnhof.

Re: Train to Vienna

by Maryimelda

In 2007, I caught a train from Prague (Holsevice)which took me to Wien Westbahnhof with no changes. I see on the OBB website that there still seem to be trains on that service. Check here:

http://www.oebb.at/pv/en/Servicebox/Train_schedule/index.jsp

Re: Train to Vienna

by Roadquill

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Re: Train to Vienna

by Maryimelda

On second inspection, I think I came into Wien Sudbahnhof in 2007. Whichever station it was, I know for sure that we did not have to change trains. In your case, you would probably be just as well off to get a taxi from one to the other if you are carrying a lot of baggage, if not the underground is very efficient. Sorry for the mistake.

Re: Train to Vienna

by lotharscheer

If you arrive in Wien Meidling, you take U6 direct to Wien Westbahnhof.
Most trains witch used to go to Wien Suedbahnhof (under construction) use now Wien Meidling, Wien Westbahnhof is also under construction, but still working.

Re: Train to Vienna

by r13

Check
http://jizdnirady.idnes.cz/vlakyautobusy/spojeni/
For times of departure of buses and trains.

"Sudbahnhof" does not exist anymore - it is demolished to build a new big railway center. Trains arrive to "Meidling", most depart from Prague Main station - Hlavni nadrazi. Special cheap electronic tickets (not for all connections!) up to 3 days before departure here:
https://eshop.cd.cz/default.aspx

You can go by bus, which is cheaper, travel time about the same as train - two main companies, get tickets here:
www.eurolines.cz - arrival to metro "Erdberg"
http://www.zluty.cz/online/ (change of the bus in Brno - 15 minutes) - to metro "Praterstern"

Travel Tips for Prague

Maps and Electric Adaptors

by intertraveler

The most impotant thing is a map there are that many streets you will need a map also to find places of interest.
Ther are some good maps on the internet also.

Electrical adaptors the plug sockets in Prague are slightly diferent than europe the have a fixed earth pin which slots into the plug, we have several adaptors but the one we took did not have a hole in the adaptor to take the earth pin when I looked at the adaptors when we arived back home some of then have this hole.
We had to buy an adaptor in Prague at a big store on Revolution near the powder tower when we were looking in the elecrical department the lady knew what we were after and it cost 160Kc about £4
A razor plug if ok as it just as the two pins

Old Town Square

by sandysmith

The Old Town Square consists of a wonderful array of buildings - hardly a door or window the same. The many differing styles are a real vision - one of the most memorable squares I have ever seen.
The most striking feature is the astromomical clock on the Old Town Hall - the procession of its figures on the hour draws the crowds into the square.
Much more on this beautiful square can be seen in the must see section.

Nazdravi!

by Zandra

The most famous Czech spirit (38% vol) is without any doubt the Becherovka. It is usually served in a small shot glass and can be ordered at any bar, pub or restaurant. Some people think it tastes like a bad cough medicine, but personally I like the cinnamon flavor. Try it and see for yourself! If you like it, bring a few bottles back home, as it is quite cheap. The Becherovka can be used as base in several cocktails. Check out the homepage for drink recipes.

The history of Becherovka dates back to the beginning of the 19th century, when a pharmacist named Josef Becher inherited a secret recipe from an English doctor. Becher spent a few years experimenting with a blend of herbs and alcohol, before he in 1807 started to sell the spirit at his pharmacy under the name Carlsbad English Bitter. The business stayed in the Becher family until the Second World War, when the company was nationalized. In 1997 the Czech government gave up control of the company and it was bought by the Pernod Ricard Corporation.

Jan Palach

by karensuzjo

Jan Palach was a man who protested rule by Russia. He has become a martyr to the Czech people and they have a square and a day to commemorate him. The place where he committed self immolation (burned himself) in protest is marked by a cross in front of the National Museum which is located in Prague Center. A death mask was made of him and is on display in another area of town at the Philosophical Faculty Building at Charles University.

Impressive Trip to Cesky Krumlov - Outside Prague

by Glen30

This is another guided day excursion we took during Christmas. (About 10 hours)

Cesky Krumlov is located in scenic Southern Bohemia along the banks of River Vltava (outside Prague).

You will find the Cesky Krumlov Castle, the second largest Castle after Prague Castle. Unfortunately the Castle was closed, but we had the chance to wander around the territory taking stunning pictures.

It's a place full of medieval character and very beautiful. Another worthwhile visit.

There are many tour agencies in Wenceslas Square offering services to Cesky Krumlov.

Please browse through my travelogue page for some pictures of Cesky krumlov.

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