Old Town Square Hotel and Residence

Staromestske namesti 19 - 20, Prague, Bohemia, 11000, Czech Republic
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  • Couples87
  • Solo80
  • Business80

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Staying in the Old Town Square Area?

by SheriZB

We will be traveling to Prague the end of March, have researched lots of hotels, & have booked the Old Town Square Hotel. It looks great on line, but... I would love some to know if anyone has actually stayed there, and if being directly on the Square will be too noisey/touristy?
Thanks, SheriZB

Re: Staying in the Old Town Square Area?

by iwys

At the end of March it shouldn't be too bad, but it is the area with the highest concentration of tourists, and there are a lot of bars and restaurants around there too.

Travel Tips for Prague

Prague Tip

by irinakats

Everywhere you look in Prague, you see beauty and history. Unlike many other major cities in Europe, this one was never bombed during World War II- so most things are preserved. Everywhere you look, you see an authentic boroque, gothic, neo-gothic, art-nouveau, etc. buliding or monument. All this and a river through it? What more can a girl want?

Christmas market

by Helga67

From the beginning of December to the beginning of January you can visit the Christmas markets. The main markets are at the Old Town Square and Wenceslas Square. There are also smaller ones at Havelske Trziste and Namesti Republiky. The Christmas markets are daily open from 9 am to 7 pm.

They sell Czech handicrafts (wooden toys, scented candles, Czech glass, Christmas tree ornaments, hand-made jewellery ...) , hot food and warm drinks.

Brightly lighted christmas trees and decorated wooden huts make it wonderful to visit at night.

Some useful photo gear

by dinhyen

- A tripod for night-time and interior shots. I bought an antique, used Gitzo for the trip; it cost way too much but the tripod paid for itself. It fits inconspicuously in my backpack. I only pulled it out when needed. I saw a pro lugging a backpack that must have weighed 50lbs with a Bogen 3001 strapped to the side, and felt pretty good about my light load.

- For roof tops and spires, I think a long zoom lens and (circular) polarizer are useful. Bad things that can happen:
- The polarizer causes vignetting at wide-angle, despite precise, printed claim otherwise.
- My telephoto refused to focus, auto and manual, at the shorter zoom end, actually since Cesky Krumlov. The day after we left Prague, the front internal element FELL loose altogether. Thanks a lot Nikon. I'm blaming it for all of my out-of-focus shots :) It's in the shop now. Somewhere bct341 is laughing his head off :)

Drink beer, be a Bohemian

by jolsen05

If you walk across the river on Revolucni, then up into the park, you'll find the beer garden off to your right. Essentially, it's just a bunch of picnic tables with a stand selling cheap Gambrinies (Gambrinus). During the summer months, this place offers shade from the hot sun. Plus, you can mix with local Bohemians and pretend you have nothing to do.

Tip for a Sunday afternoon

by Zuzka

Pruhonice park and garden

A large park located at the south-east edge of Prague. Take the highway direction Brno and after 15 km there is the village of Pruhonice. Stop on the small square and go to the castle and the parc area. One cannot visit the castle, but one can make a nice walk around the park.
Pruhonice park is not something you must visit, but if you stay in Prague for a longer time and you want just to escape for a while from the noisy city, this is a very enjoyable place.

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Address: Staromestske namesti 19 - 20, Prague, Bohemia, 11000, Czech Republic