Pension Avalon

Praha 1 - Star�© M�¬sto, Havelsk�¡ 15, Pragu
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Place to stay!!!

by RussoBH

Well, just bought my plane tickets and now finishing booking my Europe trip for May....any suggestions of places to stay or the best neighbourhood to stay on a budget?
Just a place that I can leave my stuff while I spend the day walking and touring......preferably close to the sights......while looking at the net I found these three.....does anyone know anything about them?

Thanks once again,

Re: Place to stay!!!

by frank.cien

Try the tourist office at Prague's main railway station. Near the tourist office is a 'Last Minute Accomadation' desk where you a man will phone around the various places for you and negotiate a price. He asks your price range and preferred area. I suggest you you stay in Praha1 district which is the old city. You can even stay on a river barge if you want. On a tighter budget you might choose Smichov which is just outside the old city but an easy tram trip away. I didn't book anything before I went to Prague and had no trouble at all securing good accomadation this way and had heaps of alternatives.

Re: Place to stay!!!

by RussoBH

Thank you so much for the tip......Prague is the only city that I didnt't made a booking.....if you say it's easy to do when I arrive be it!!!!

Travel Tips for Prague


by monkeyfeesh

Beer. You can find, readily available, 40p for a pint of beer that would cost £3 in the UK. And when you get home, it just doesn't taste the same. Staropramen, Pilsner Urquell, Budvar... I drank too much and can't remember.

Zlata ulicka - Golden Lane

by kris-t

Golden Lane is very interesting part of the Prague Castle complex.

11 Small houses built in the gothic fortification, the 16th centery homes of castle riflemen and craftsmen.

Now they exhibit medieval armoury and textiles, as well as selling tourist souvenirs.

You can also shoot a crossbow on the upper floor of one of the buildings.

You need to purchase a combined ticket for the whole Prague Castle complex in order to gain entrance to Golden Lane. Don't miss this small street on Prague Castle!

When joining beer glasses in a toast...


...make sure you look in the eyes of your friends rather than at the glasses - otherwise, people will think that you care more about spilling your drink than about your drinking buddies. A great custom, if you ask me - just reminds you that drinking here is viewed as more about fun & friendship, less about pure intoxication :)

Army Museum

by Torgut

I found this museum by chance, while looking for a landmark in Prague. And what a surprise it was! When I first saw that imponent T-34 laying there, at the entrance I felt a chill. It was with great expectation that we entered the museum. Free admission. Great!

The museum is excelent, with carefull planned showcases and thematic rooms. Loved the dark, basically black, color in the World War II room... yes, the Dark Ages of the country, with german occupation. Well, I'm not gonna describe everything, but this visit was one of the best moments in my tour Prague 2006. Only one problem: no english anywhere in the museum! All in czech. And that was really frustrating, as the exhibition itself is of such an high quality.

How to get there: Metro station Florenc, then walk or take the bus 133 or 207, getting out at the bus stop named U Památnikú

Ludice is a village that was...

by AmyEC75

Ludice is a village that was destroyed by the Germans and then rebuilt. Another village is right next to it and didn't receive government money so is in shambles. It's interesting to compare the two villages- they are so close in distance and so far in standard of living. One of the buses will take you right there from Prague- about a half hour away.


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Address: Praha 1 - Star�© M�¬sto, Havelsk�¡ 15, Pragu