Residence Masaryk

Jana Masaryka 40, Praha 2, Vinohrady, Prague, Bohemia, 120 00, Czech Republic
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Hotel Area

by asils

Hello everyone...
I will be visiting Prague in Mid October ...as a solo women traveller...which area would be the best.... I was looking at either the Mala Strana (lesser town) area or the old town ..
any suggestions? also is it pretty safe?
thanks a million
lisa

Re: Hotel Area

by r13

Both areas are safe as well as other parts of the city. There is not so much differences between these two. Old city is more lively, more entrtainment/eating oportunities but also more crowded.

It is more or less matter of taste (price of particular hotel).

Re: Hotel Area

by leics

I felt as safe in Prague as I do in any large European city (single middle-aged female visited in late October = darker evenings). Use your city common sense and you'll be fine.

I stayed in the Novo Mesto (cheapish hotel which suited me, easy to access from airport by public transport) but had no problems using the public transport system (tram/Metro) ...and my feet ...to explore.

I'd base myself well away from the Wencelas Square area, personally. Noisy, busy, too many Brit stag parties etc etc.

Re: Hotel Area

by diviner

Hello! I have visited Prague some month ago. I've stayed al Light hotel. It is pretty family mini hotel in a nice safe place, not far from the city center. There were some visitors with little children, so I think the hotel is rather safe.

Re: Hotel Area

by diviner

Hello! I have visited Prague some month ago. I've stayed al [url=http://prague-hotel.cc/ ]Light hotel.[/url] It is pretty family mini hotel in a nice safe place, not far from the city center. There were some visitors with little children, so I think the hotel is rather safe.

Re: Hotel Area

by leics

There are plenty of good and safe hotels within Prague. It is best to search through a reliable booking agency such as www.booking.com

Travel Tips for Prague

Cafý Boulevard

by Imbi

I found this place very pleasant. The glass conservatory makes it perfect for winter. You can get a beautiful view of Vaclavske Nam. Caf? Boulevard is perfect place for a quick coffee or hot chocolate when you are tired of walking around and sightseeing of Prague. It might be a bit pricey but still worth a cup of coffee.
Address
Vaclavske Nam 32 Praha 1

Prague…
- Middle Europe, by...

by KiNyA

Prague…
- Middle Europe, by the river Vltava
- capital of Czech Republic, before 1993 capital of Czechoslovakia
- surface: 497 km2
- 1,225.000 inhabitants, 96% are Czechs
- 2570 km of streets
- 43 km if underground metro with 43 stops
- 130 km of tramrails
- UNESCO contains 900 hectares of city with 10.000 makes and arts
- 10.000 hectares of green surfaces (parks, cemeteries, etc.)
- magnificent culture
- the best pubs

Language Barriers

by M0B1US

For most of us westerners the Czech language will be a completely new experience with few if any words proving familiar to begin with…

Although English is spoken in Prague in ever increasing numbers, to not even make an effort to learn a few words of Czech is an affront to the people that live here in my mind. It takes little effort to learn a few simple phrases such as ‘please’, ‘hello’ and ‘thank you’ and your experience in Prague will be greatly enriched by doing so as the locals will be very pleased (or amused) by your polite efforts.

It never ceases to amaze me the amount of ignorant tourists out there that actually expect everyone in a foreign country to speak English!

Some basics:

Please/You're welcome: Prosim (PROH-seem)
Thank you: Dekuji Vahm (Dyeh-koo-yih vahm)
Hello: Dobry den (DO-bree-den)
Goodbye: Nashledanou (NAH-sleh-dah-noh-oo)
Yes: Ano (AH-no)
No: Ne (neh)

And now for an essential phrase you cannot do without in Prague:

Dam si jedno pivo prosim: Can I have a beer please!

For more, ‘czech’ out Local Lingo ;-)

Memorial to the Victims of Communism

by vesna04

The easiest way to get to this site is to take a tram to Ujezd station. It can be seen from the road. The memorial itself is very unusual. The statues are layed on the steps. It looks like the the people lined in the raw are coming down. The Czech sculptor Olbram Zoubek is "responsible" for this lovely memorial. It is rather new, dates from May 2002 .

Villa Muller

by Imbi

Designed by Moravian-born Adolf Loos for construction magnate Františk MÜller, from the outside this place is a solid white block. It`s insides are constructed from marble, mahogany and walnut, highly polished and cleanly designed. These materials are dispersed throughout the different rooms which all sit at various levels around an ascending sweeping spiral.
Address -: Praha 6, Nad Hradním vodojemem 14/642

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