Pension Corto

Havelska 15, Prague, 11000, Czech Republic
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Prague card

by diana_renou

Hi, I am going to Prague next May. I will spend 5 full days. Does anybody know if it is worth to buy the Prague Card? Thanks a lot for your help.Diana

Re: Prague card

by leics

Like all such city cards, it is my opinioon that they are only worth what you pay for them if you intend to use all or most of the discounts offered.

As I do not, I find a transport pass to be the most financially sesnible option for me.

Prague is very walkable, and has an excellent public transport system (trams and Metro mainly, but buses as well). A 24-hour pass is 100CZK (just under 4 euro), a 3-day pass 330CZK, a 5-day 500CZK.

So whether the Prague Card will be worthwhile for you entirely depends on how much you intend to use it. Check their listings to work out how much you *might* save:

Costs 34 euro for 4 days.

Re: Prague card

by diana_renou

thanks a lot for your answer!! Do you know if buying the prague card allowed me to avoid queues in order to see the main attractions?

Re: Prague card

by brazzi

from my experience, the places like the castle etc are quite inexpensive compared with the uk.
the first time i went about 6 years ago it only cost £1.25,but i think it might be over £10 now.still reasonable compared with say warwick castle.
the only things i have heard in the past about cards like these, is that no knows anything about them on entering places so you pay full price anyway.
personally i have been 3 times and get a travel pass for say 3 days less than £10 for all public can get this ticket in the aiport,after collecting luggage going down stairs toward the exit look to the right a kiosk selling passes.

Re: Prague card

by leics

I do not think the Prague Card (or any such card) lets you skip queues. If here is a free entrance included (most are simply discounted) then you would not have to queue at the ticket office, of course.

I do think that it is unlikely any discounts will not be recognised at entrances.

Re: Prague card

by packtarl

Like the previous answers a card will only be value for money if you use up the offers. I have been to Prague lots of times but have never seen one so I can't comment on what offers they contain. The transport passes are a must though and are great value. Once you have one you can use it to get from the airport to your hotel and back again for your return home. That alone will save you much more in taxi fares than the cost of the pass and you have use of all modes of transport (bus, tram,and metro) for the duration of your stay.The transport system is excellent.If you would like any more info about it just ask.

Re: Prague card

by diana_renou

Many thanks all of you!!

Travel Tips for Prague

The U.S. Embassy

by tafurojo

If you are an American and traveling abroad always know where the U.S. Embassy is located in each country you visit.

It is located @ Trziste 15, 118 01 Praha 1, Czech Republic, Phone: (+420) 257 530 663

Prague Night Life - General info

by Lejla06

Prague is well known by its nightlife. There are no time restrictions, alkohol restrictions!

Everybody finds his favourite place to go at night...someone just flane around night Prague which is safe at night and full of people.
Youll find here all kinds of bars, nightclubs, stripclubs, jazzbars, rockclubs...

Bars close generaly at 1 or 2am, but clubs are opened untill 6am and there are afterparty clubs and lounges which are opened untill next afternoon!

Bars are free to enter
Jazzbars fees 100 - 250czk
Clubs fees 100 - 500czk

When we are talking about nightlife let us mention our Old Prague Hostel - Prague Uncovered - pubcrawl. For all Old Prague Hostel guests but also for guests of other hostels. Old Prague Hostel guests get special DISCOUNT!!!
Pubcrawls are possible in different languages as EN, FR, IT, SP.

For more info call Daniel...00420739769361 or contact us thru


"Good king Wenceslas"

by Bjorgvin

Bohemia (Czech Cechy, German: Böhmen) was an independent kingdom for centuries and later it became a kingdom in the Holy Roman Empire and subsequently a province in the Habsburgs' Austrian Empire. Now it forms much of the Czech Republic. Of the early princes and kings of Bohemia two are probably most famous. Wenceslas I (c. 907-929), maybe better known as St. Wenceslas, was duke of Bohemia from 924 or 925. Wenceslas’ brother, Boleslav, had him killed by treachery and almost immediately after the assassination he was regarded as Bohemia's patron saint. Charles IV of Luxembourg (1316-1378) king of Bohemia 1346-1378 and Holy Roman emperor 1355-1378 was one of the most learned and skilful sovereigns of his time. He was the founder of the university and commissioned many great buildings in the city, such as the bridge that now bears his name, the St. Vitus Cathedral, the Carolinum, the town hall (destroyed in 1945), and several churches and monasteries. In his time Prague was a major city of Europe. - In the picture Charles is kneeling in prayer, Wenceslas standing.

Sausages on the road

by metallemon

There are small kiosks all over the city centre which sell sausages and generally food (take away). You have absolutely to try.
I liked most one kind of sausages, in the menu they are four small and they look like fingers. Take one or two of those sandwiches and a black czech beer (Krusovic the best), sit at Old Square and just watch the others!

Klementinum astronomical tower

by jkey

Allready seen Prague from Old-Town Hall Tower? From Prague Castle? From Charles Bridge Tower? From Petrin Tower? Even from TV Tower? Although Klementinum astronomical tower is of same importance, and offering uniq view, far less known by tourists and even locals. Realy off the beaten path.


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