Pension Helena

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

V Rovinach 605-38, Praha 4 - Podoli, Prague, Bohemia, 14000, Czech Republic
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General Questions

by ozpaul

Hello - we are staying at the Angelo Hotel in Prague and would like to know the following:
i) How far is this hotel from the Old Town?
ii) Has anyone stayed here/know of this hotel?
iii) How far is this hotel from the main historical spots? Is it possible to walk to these from the hotel?
iv) Any suggestions on great restaurants in/around the area.

Sorry for all the questions!! Many thanks.

Re: General Questions

by r13

Hi,

I presume you mean Hotel Angelo on Radlicka street, in Smichov area.

i) It is around 2.5 km by "air line" from the Old City Square or Castle.

ii) I did not stay there, but walk nearby every day. It is a 2-3 years old "glass box" building in a new "project". So expect modern design inside. Slightly disappointing is that the building faces very busy street. Metro and a major tram stops are around 300 m away.

iii) Generally it is possible to walk (I do that often) it is not very far away - depends on your "shape". Mala Strana is 5 tram stops away, National theater 4 stops, Wenceslas Sq. 3 "short" metro stops.

If you are coming by plane - take the bus 100 from airport to "Zlicin" (terminus - 17 minutes), change there to metro and go to the stop "Andel" (around 20 - 25 minutes). Take exit "forward" (direction to the tram stops and Transportation Info office).

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Travel Tips for Prague

Bridges of Prague

by gmg61

11 bridges cross the Vltava in the central area of Prague: two of them are reserved to the railroad, and one (Charles Bridges) is pedestrian. The others allow cars and trams and people.
In this picture you can see 5 of them: the Southern Railroad Bride, Palackeho Bridge, Jiraskuv Bridge, Legii Bridge and Charles Bridge.
It was taken from up the Visehrad hill, and I think it's the place from where you can see more bridges in one single view.

Best Viewing - Edit Two

by mrclay2000

The key to good night photos is proper lighting. Your camera will sense light where your eyes will not. If you have an SLR or other versatile camera, the limited lighting will yield magnificent color -- if you can keep the camera still enough while the slow shutter speed allows light onto your film. When natural lighting begins to fail, and the street lights assume jurisdiction, you've entered the brief window of the day when such shots are possible.

Shopping:
Kotva
Namesti...

by kenbac

Shopping:
Kotva
Namesti Rebupliky
Large Department Store currently transforming from an empty post Communist one to a full and well stocked Western Style one. Very extensive Supermarket on two levels in the basement

Eating out

by irisha

I just had breakfast served in my hotel, so that made me want to eat something during the day. Several times I dined in the center of the city and you know what that means, overpriced meals, mostly so-so quality of food. What I learned to do afterwards was to get away from the center of the city, exit at some subwat or tram station, go out and look for a restaurant there. I found the most delicious spots for dining out when I did that. I had the most delicious meal of my stay (gnocchi) near the Jiriho z Podebrad subway station, I had to walk just a block down the street and there it was, my perfect destination.

On top of the food, you'll get to meet more locals that way and what else can you wish for if you're willing to get to know other cultures and customs better?

great architecture & strange ways to ride a horse

by globetrott

These great stairs will lead you up to the cinema, and from the balcony you
may take a closer look to this great , but rather confusing sculpture.

I simply wonder, at what occasions people would ride a horse that way ???

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