Marriott Executive Apartments Longin Center

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V Tunich 9, Prague, Bohemia, 120 00 per, Czech Republic
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Best time to visit Prague.

by taxopers

Hi there!
We are planing to visit Prague next year, and we would like to know which is the best period for a trip there from May the 25th till and of summer.
What about river Vltava boat cruises? Which one is recomended?
We also would like to have your opinion on "Prague Card" (http://www.praguecitycard.com/) Do you think it worth the cost for a couple to pay 72 euros for 2 "Prague Cards" ?
Thanks in advance

Re: Best time to visit Prague.

by muratkorman

I partially agree with Fugu. Late May and June should be really good in Prague. We were there just 10 days ago and it was full of tourists, but it didn't bother us that much. We enjoyed Prague a lot. The weather was hot and that was the only problem if you walk around the city all day long. Early summer period will be less tiring in that sense. Most of the attractions are walking distance in Prague. If you like walking and you stay in District 1 (City Center), you won't even need a tram or metro. If you will visit all the available museums, galleries and attractions with Prague city card, then it makes sense. Because individual entrance to all these places will cost you more. You can check my Prague page for some tıps on things to do and restaurants.

Re: Best time to visit Prague.

by LoriPori

Late May and beginning of June is an excellent time to visit the wonderful city of Prague. A little less tourists and not as hot as the summer days.
We stayed in Praha 2 which is still close enough to walk and a little more economical than the center. Prague is meant for walking and most attractions are easily accessible. I did not use a Prague Card so cannot advise you on its usage. Most interesting sites are not so expensive, so we just paid as we went along.

Re: Best time to visit Prague.

by r13

Best time is May - first half of June. Usualy weather is nicely warm, everything is blooming. Later it might be very hot and certainly will be very crowded.

I do not have high regard to river cruises in Prague, but it is matter of taste. Just be aware that there are lots of companies offering different servises. Some use small boats and go into Certovka channel, some use big boats but just go back and forth betwen 3 bridges (usually 1 hour trip), some go longer routes trough locks.

Regarding "Prague Cards"- it depends how much "free entrances" are you willing to use. You certainly will not be able/interested to visit all the locations on offer. Most places charge entrance of 2-5 EUR range, castle tours start from 14 EUR(entrance to the castle teritory is free, but for museums/cathedral ticket is needed). 1 day transportation pass is worth 100 CZK= 3.8 EUR - again, depends which objects you want to visit and where you will be staying- you might not use it much.

Re: Best time to visit Prague.

by ricky52

You should read the forum guidelines before you post your adverts all over the place.

You will be deleted.

Re: Best time to visit Prague.

by hundwalder

Definately May 25-May31. 36 euros for a card! Did I visit any place in Praha that had an admission fee other than the Metro or the live music bar?

Re: Best time to visit Prague.

by hundwalder

What is the matter Rick, mate? I don't see any adverts here.

Re: Best time to visit Prague.

by ricky52

There was an advert there, honest :o)

Re: Best time to visit Prague.

by taxopers

May I ask what was the advert? Honestly, nothing was "deleted in the meanwhile".

Re: Best time to visit Prague.

by ricky52

I can't remeber what it was all about to be honest but the little bugger was posting all over the place :o)

Travel Tips for Prague

views over old town

by space5542

Go to the clock tower about half an hour before sunset and watch the city light up before your eyes. Makes for some great photos. If you visit around xmas you will have all the craft markets to visit in the main square

HISTORY OF PRAGUE

by LoriPori

Prague has been the center of political, social and cultural activity in the Czech Republic for many centuries.
PRAGUE is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful cities in the world, It was written about for the first time prior to the year 1000 and even then was the home of Czech princes and kings and the crossroads of Central European history.
During the years 1918 - 1992, Prague was the capital city of Czechoslovakia and since 1993, it has been the capital city of the Czech Republic. The Prague Castle is currently the office of the President of the Republic

Crossing the street

by NYC2TLV

I understand that in New York you can cross if no one is coming pretty easily. I did notice though that right by the Charles Bridge connecting into the Old Town, many Americans cross the street even though it is red. I have also seen Czech police give them tickets for doing this. If you are going to cross the street without the right of way, keep an eye out for police officers.

ice cool

by iaint

Ice hockey Extraligy game, Slavia Praha v Ceske Budejovice (aka HC Mountfield, as the sponsors prefer...).
At Sazka Arena, Prague, 24 Oct 06.
Kr 250 each for good seats.
Great game - 2-0 for Slavia at end 1st period; visitors pulled it back to 3-3 at end of 2nd; Slavia got 1st goal in 3rd period, and then pulled away to win 7-3.
Budejovice were top of league at the time, and Slavia 3rd from bottom, so it was a big win for them. Take metro to arena (Ceskomoravska station is right opposite).
Tickets available at arena on the night. Programmes included - look for them lying on tables at food outlets. In Czech, of course.
Lots to eat and drink inside (of the hot dog, burger, pizza variety); hot dogs excellent; you can get beer brought to your seat.

Kutná Hora is a gorgeous...

by hslowe

Kutná Hora is a gorgeous little town that was once the second-most important place in the CR. Most visitors come here to appreciate the history and architecture, which is truly unique. Kutna Hora is listed as a world heritage site by UNESCO. Be sure to visit the old silver mint, and just walk around the town, maybe stopping into one of the excellent cukarnas for some sweets and hot cocoa.

The early history of Kutna Hora revolves around the silver mines that made the city one of the richest and most important in medieval Bohemia during the 14th and 15th centuries. The first evidence of mining in the area goes back to the 10th century, but it was the discovery of major silver deposits in the 13th century that changed the future of the little village 70 km from Prague.

The silver mines in the area became so rich that, at the very beginning of the 14th century, Czech King Vaclav II bestowed upon Kutna Hora the privileges of a royal town and instituted a currency reform, closing all other mints in the country. With the aid of Italian craftsmen, he founded a royal mint in Kutna Hora that produced the Prague groschen, a coin that used throughout central Europe into the 19th century. He also began construction on a palace here, though it was later used as a royal mint. Its name, Italian Court, reflects the influence of the minters from Florence. (You can tour this place: it's Vlassky Dvur=Italian Court.)

The town's mines also attracted a great number of German-speaking immigrants, who brought advanced mining methods and became the town's largest ethnic group.

In the 13th and 14th centuries, Kutna Hora became the financial center for the Czech kingdom and its second most important city after Prague. At the end of the 14th century, it had a population equal to London's. Much of the town's wealth went towards the development of Prague, but some also went to the construction of a number of impressive buildings in Kutna Hora itself. The oldest is the church of St. James (Sv. Jakub), though it pales artisitically in comparison to the Cathedral of St. Barbara, one of the grandest cathedrals in Central Europe. The church dedicated to St. Barbara, patron of miners, was probably begun in 1380 and the chapel and choir were completed in 1420. The town also features a number of other churches, a former Jesuit College, an Ursuline Convent and a Cistercian monastery. (Note: all of these are quite beautiful.)

Another landmark, and a very popular and somewhat more unusual one, is the Kostnice (ossuary) in Sedlec, a suburb of Kutna Hora. See my separate entry on this, above.

Unfortunately for the town, the silver mines began to run out in the 16th century, and the last groschen was minted there in 1549. By the 17th century the production of silver in the town had reached such lows that pillaging Swedes were bought off with beer, not silver. The fortunes of the town continued to decline, until in 1727 the mint was finally closed completely.

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Address: V Tunich 9, Prague, Bohemia, 120 00 per, Czech Republic