Monica

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Vlnita 31-A, Praha 4, Prague, Bohemia, 14700, Czech Republic
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Costs 21% less but rated 11% lower than other 3 star hotels

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Transportation for prague airport to city center

by Badre

Hello,

i will be in Prague airport by midnight. As far as i know the suttle bus and public transportation (bus 119) won't work after midnight? is any budget alternatives to get to the city center besides taking a taxi (i'm on a budget).

Tnx

Re: Transportation for prague airport to city center

by micas_pt

Hi,

When I visited Prague I found this link very useful:
http://www.prg.aero/en/site/sluzby_letiste/doprava_parkovani/doprava_na_letiste/mhd_autobus.htm

There are night buses, see this link:
http://www.dpp.cz/en/night-operation/

Have fun in Prague, it is a beautiful and lively city. Enjoy!
Alexandra

Re: Transportation for prague airport to city center

by r13

Last "day" bus N119 leaves 23:34.

Night bus number 510 leaves 23:56, 00:26, 00:56... and so on each 30 minutes (times are from Terminal 1, from Terminal 2 leaves 1 or 2 minutes later).

Re: Transportation for prague airport to city center

by Badre

thnak you guys.

Travel Tips for Prague

Kid Friendly Park

by heidiph

Our daughter, Audrey, was terrific to see the sites but she was two and needed a little downtime. We stumbled on a small public park just across the Charles Bridge, complete with swings and a slide. While there, we met a mother, grandmother, and 2 year old girl (Adelide). Grandma spoke very good English but mom and daughter did not and yet the universal "I have a two year old" perspected crossed the language barrier. It's not a tourist spot but so pretty (right on the river) and a great place to let the kid run and get out some pent up energy.

Walk in the Golden lane in...

by ellenron

Walk in the Golden lane in Prague Castle, See the old Jewish Cemetery and watch the astrological clock at old town square. Wandering in the old alleys of the old town and the Jewish quarter. Time stood still in this place.

Boiled Cabbage and Dumplings

by pugwashman

Ok so Prague used to be part of the Eastern Bloc, but really do they have to serve this up as their culinary delight ? The dumplings might be good for a few things (fixing cracks in walls; sculptures; building roads; flood defences !! ), but eating ain't one of them. Look the word "stodge" up in the dictionary and there'll be a picture of a Czech dumpling after it. And boiled red cabbage to go with it, mmm, everyone's favourite !! Come on you czechies, I know we Brits have yorkshire puddings and deep fried mars bars but they qualify as health food next to these things.

Hockey

by grkboiler

Ice hockey is THE sport in the Czech Republic. Many Czech-born players have moved on to the NHL, and the domestic league also features many prominent players. The national team is among the best in the world and always are one of the favorites to compete for the world championships and an Olympic medal. A few prominent Czech hockey players (and national heroes) are Jaromir Jagr, Dominik Hasek, and Milan Hejduk.

Prague was buzzing from the World Championships during my visit in May 2004, and hockey was on the minds of everyone. If you get a chance to attend a game in the hockey hotbed of Prague, go for it.

FK Viktoria Žižkov

by Gottsie

FK Viktoria Žižkov is one of the oldest football clubs in the Czech Rep. In 2007 they successfully made it back to the 1st league, finishing the season as champions of the 2nd league

I wasn't into footie until i saw Victoria Zizkov play. Grab some bread and mustard (for veggies) and plus a sausage for meat lovers, get the beers in and enjoy the game.

They play Sunday at 6ish i think but dont quote me on that.

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Address: Vlnita 31-A, Praha 4, Prague, Bohemia, 14700, Czech Republic