Raffaello Hotel Prague

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Legerova 54, Prague, Bohemia, 120 00, Czech Republic
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Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
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Very Good
43%
88
Average
15%
32
Poor
6%
14
Terrible
2%
6

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 44% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Couples72
  • Solo81
  • Business80

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Forum Posts

Big notes in Prague

by mogaly

Hi everyone,
I'll be visiting Prague first of August . I heard that ATMs spit out only big notes , e.g 2000 CZK or 5000 CZK , with no lesser notes . Is that true ? and where can we obtain small change ?

Re: Big notes in Prague

by leics

I did not use ATMs in Prague, so cannot help with what notes they provide.

But I did not have any trouble using the 2000 and 5000CZK notes I had (obviously not for small purchases).

You should be able to larger change notes easily enough when you have a meal, for example.

Re: Big notes in Prague

by leics

*change larger notes* !!!

Re: Big notes in Prague

by r13

I did never receive 5000 CZK from ATM, however I use just one bank. 5000 CZK bill is very rare.

Most frequent are 1000 czk notes, but 2000 czk is also used in ATMs. Just ask such amount that at least one note would be a 1000. Of course it is more difficult to pay for a newspaper with a 1000 or 2000 bill, but in shops it is no problem.
:-)

Re: Big notes in Prague

by Roadquill

This is like pulling out a $100 bill. For most places this is no problem. I seem to recall you could withdraw in even 1,000's. When I recently withdrew 4,000, I can assure you I did not receive two 2,000 notes.

Re: Big notes in Prague

by Kakapo2

I remember getting 1000 CZK notes at the ATM machines - but cannot remember at which bank this was. That would not be too much (about 40 Euro).

5000 CZK is indeed rare. Just get 4800 CZK only and at least you will not get any of these notes ;-)))

Travel Tips for Prague

Pivo - Czech for Beer

by Incubus30

Czech beer is one of the best around, so while you are in Prague, try it out !

It's taste is unique

In my opinion, Urquell is the best one ! When I visited Prague, I enjoyed my time in Pivovars,which means brewery. These are traditional restaurant where you can drink beer and eat Czech traditional food.

Prague is nice in winter as well...

by Zuzka

Prague is nice in winter as well - under the snow. The picture shows Certovka - short branch of Vltava river. How to find it? You walk across the Charles Bridge (the Prague Castle is in front of you) and it is at the end on your left side. There is also a pitoresque square called KAMPA.
More winter photos in my travelogue.

People from Moravia

by travelife

Moravia, which is roughly the eastern half of the republic also known as the wine country. Compared to Bohemians, Moravians are known as more friendly and social. Thanks Jacob and Monica for planning two great parties during my stay in Prague!

Ice hockey!

by europebn

From around October to April, there are 2 local hockey (I think both professional) teams, Sparta Praha (Jagr and Hasek have played for them) and Slavia Praha.

Go to the arena to check it out. (Tourist centres, hotels and hostels can point it out for you) We payed only 50kc (which is less than $2US) to watch Slavia Praha. The hockey is exciting and the atmosphere is amazing. The crowd, mostly standing room only, are always yelling, chanting, and playing music. It was a great experience!

Staromestska radnice | Old Town Hall – Guided Tour

by Zvrlj

Every single tourist in visit of Prague see Old Town Hall and Astronomical Clock, most of them see every-hour-"play" (Procession of Apostles, Death ringing the bell…) and quite a lot enjoy a view of Old-Town Square (Staromestske namesti) from the top of the Old Town Hall Tower. Having that on mind, we were quite surprised starting a guided tour of Old Town Hall with just two more couples.

The tour starts just after the Procession of Apostles and it is opportunity to see it from the back side, which is amazing, especially because it is accompanied with the noise of the crowd watching it in "regular" way. Than it continues with visit to the oldest parts of the building – the tower and the Gothic chapel of St Lawrence, built in 1381 (chapel faces Old-Town Square). It is followed by the visit to the ancient council chamber from the late 15th and early 16th century – the time of reign of King Vladislav – Vladislaus II of Bohemia and Hungary, and the modern hall which is now used for the meetings of the town council and which is decorated with two paintings made by the Bohemian artist Vaclav or Wenceslaus Brozik – "Jan Hus Before the Council of Constance", and "The Election of George of Podebrad as King of Bohemia". The longest, but very interesting part of the tour is walk through Romanesque and Gothic cellars. The tour ends in entrance hall decorated with the two early 20th century mosaics presenting the scenes from the life of Libuse, mythical ancestor of the Premyslid dynasty and the Czech people as whole.

The guide, young man, was excellent – he made a kind of journey through Czech history while explaining what we had seen during the tour. It was very nice of him to try to learn a few words of Italian, Hungarian and Serbian language. In general – the tour was the great experience.

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