Nabucco Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Ctiradova 16, Praha 4, Nusle, Prague, 14000, Czech Republic
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Excellent
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Average
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Poor
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Terrible
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Costs 45% less but rated 23% lower than other 4 star hotels

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  • Couples73
  • Solo66
  • Business33

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one-day trip to Karlovy vary

by mogaly

Hello everybody,

We'll be heading to Prague first of August. We consider going by our own to Karlovy vary . It would be a one day trip and we're a group of 18 friends .It is our first time in Prague and a number of questions need to be answered: Is it ok to go to Karlovy vary alone or we'd better think of a guided tour? What is the best ,most time-saver and cheapest way to go there ? where & when we should take the bus ( train )? how much is the ticket ? what is the best itinerary in Karlovy vary and can we find our way without a tour guide ? is it permissible to swim in the hot springs there , if Yes, what is the cost? any recommendations for lunch there ? Thank you all in advance .

Re: one-day trip to Karlovy vary

by leics

You can get a bus from Prague Florence bus station.

http://jizdnirady.idnes.cz/autobusy/spojeni/?lng=e

will give you times etc in English. Bus take 2h 15m.

Or you can take a guided tour, such as

http://www.myczechrepublic.com/sightseeing_tours/karlstejn-castle-tour.html

As there are eighteen of you, it might be worth considering a guided tour (in case there are problems with you all getting on the same bus) although I'm sure you'll be able to find your way round easily enough. Have a look at the Vt Karlovy Vary pages here:

http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Europe/Czech_Republic/Karlovarsky_Kraj/Karlovy_Vary-405881/TravelGuide-Karlovy_Vary.html

I think the hot springs are for curative drinking, rather than for swimming in.

Re: one-day trip to Karlovy vary

by r13

Karlovy Vary is about relaxing and taking your time. You can read in Wikipedia how many springs are there and some other details. In my opinion guided tour is not needed as there are about three main touristy streets.

Train is bad option - too long travel. Take Student Agency express bus, it costs 140 CZK per person one way, travel time 2 h 15 minutes, departs each hour - buy tickets here:
http://www.studentagency.cz/express/vnitro/index.php
Ticket sale starts 1 month before departure, since you are big group, buy tickets early (usually bus takes 43 passengers).

Since Karlovy Vary is not Iceland with numerous geysers - springs are small, just to drink water. :-)

However you might consider possibility to take a swim in an open air pool with diluted mineral water in Hotel "Termal":
http://www.thermal.cz/en/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=18&Itemid=18

Re: one-day trip to Karlovy vary

by packtarl

There is no direct train service to Karlovy Vary. The trip involves at least 2 changes and takes over 3 hours as a result. There is a direct bus service as previously mentioned but do you really want to be sat for all that time on a bus? Twice in the same day? Unless you are really set on going there, as this is your first time to the area I would suggest you visited somewhere a little closer to Prague that can be accessed easily by train so you can get up and stretch your legs. Just buy your tickets on the day of travel at the station. There is a special price for groups that will automatically be applied once you state how many tickets you want.

Re: one-day trip to Karlovy vary

by JosiePrague

Oh yes, there is a direct train leaves 7.31 from Hlavni (R606 Ohre) gets to KV at 10.47. but its expensive however a group discounts apply.

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Prague in Winter

by barryg23

November may not be the most obvious time to visit Prague as it tends to be very cold but there are some good reasons to consider a trip at this time of year. Many hotels reduce their rates, often by as much as 40 or 50 percent, in the off season. Also, there are fewer tourists at this time of year. And if you're lucky enough to get snow during your visit, Prague does look really great in white!

Staromestska Radnize. Interior

by bugulma

It's possible to see interior of the town hall but only with guide tour. It lasts 30 minutes around and many interesting corners of the town hall will be showed to you. It’s pity but I don't remember a price for it.

Bring a little patience...

by TravelChick67

When in Prague, be sure to bring a little patience with you in terms of customer service in restuarants and shops. It is true that this is an area that needs a little work but remember, up until just over a decade ago, there was NO SUCH THING as customer service. They're still learning and as such, service isn't always with a smile and is sometimes rough around the edges.

Not so much at the finer establishments but the little "diner" type places and bistros.

Two places we had quite good service were Chez Marcel and Rugantino's Pizza.

Vojanovy sady

by Gili_S

The Vojanovy sady is an old garden in the heart of the city but it is rather hidden place. It was a perfect place to escape for an hour from all the busy places and have a break, watch the birds and relax.

Strange find in embassy area!

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The John Lennon Wall
I'm not sure how off-the-beaten track this really is, but we were certainly the only people around when we stumbled across it on a Monday morning.
John Lennon was a folk hero in Communist Czechoslovakia, and the wall grew to fame in the 80s. Apparently it's still a meeting place for fans on the anniversary of his death.
It's opposite the French Embassy in a beautiful tree-lined square, just next to Kampa Island.

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Address: Ctiradova 16, Praha 4, Nusle, Prague, 14000, Czech Republic