Rocco Forte The Augustine

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

Letenska 12/33, Prague, 11800, Czech Republic
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 51% more than similarly rated 5 star hotels

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How to get to?

by mogaly

I,ll be staying at Vinohradská st. during my visit to Prague early August . I wonder if anyone could tell me how to get (by Metro , Bus or Tram ) to Wenceslas Square , Charles Bridge , Old Town Square, Prague's Zoo and Carrefour megamarket.

Re: How to get to?

by r13


It depends a little bit which part of Vinohradska you mean.

To Wenceslas square you can walk (or take tram 11 or metro A if you are staying in a further end of the street.)

Charles bridge walk from from Wnceslas sq. or Metro A + walk or 1 stop on tram 17, 18.

Old town sq. - walk from from Wnceslas sq. or Metro A.

Prague Zoo walk (take metro A) to "Muzeum" metro station, take Metro C line to the stop "Nadrazi Holesovice" take exit to the surface "backwards", take bus 112.

"Carrefour" left Czech Republic two years ago, there are no Carrefour shops anywhere. You can use TESCO or ALBERT.

Re: How to get to?

by Maurizioago

Are you staying at Paul's Prague accomodation?

Re: How to get to?

by Askla

I use the homepage for any adress in any town in the whole of Czech Republic. It is wonderful to say the least. You just zoom and you'll get trams, buses, restaurants, ATM's, sights, hotels, police stations, railway stations, whatever you need. Click the little tram and you'll get the line number.
Here is the link:

Regards Lars.

Re: How to get to?

by mogaly

As for Maurizioago's question : No, I am not .

Travel Tips for Prague

Pick pockets Where?

by davesut

If you read anything about Prague you will be convinced that the place is the crime capital of Europe. I can honestly say we saw no evidence of this at all. Reading VT some people have not been so lucky but do not let this put you off. It should not prevent you from making the trip. The advice must be just take the simple precautions. It is certainly safer than walking through say London or Paris.

Powder door and Obecní Dum...

by fandango

Powder door and Obecní Dum (Municipal House).
The best way to arrive at the Old town square is cross the Powder Door , close to the exuberant Art Nouveau styled Obecní Dum, and go straigh by Celetná street.

Long lines to see the crown jewels

by yooperprof

Prague has not been ruled by a monarch since 1918; it's not called the Czech Republic for nothing. But the Crown Jewels have an importance that go far beyond any mere monarchial appeal. In the summer of 2003, the Crown Jewels were put out on display for a brief period, in honor of the new Czech President; and thousands of people arranged their lives and sacrificed their time for the rare opportunity to see first-hand these emblems of Czech nationhood. Simply put, they are a significant embodiment of the ideals of the Czech State. Isn't it interesting how there is a basic desire to invest the nation-state with quasi-religious symbols: a crown, a battlefield, a flag. Nationality and patriotism are all wrapped up with the emblems of religion; these people were willing to wait in long lines for a few seconds glance as a sacred object.

Little Hole in the Wall bar - U Hrocha

by brwgrl

U Hrocha is a small pub located below the castle on the west side of the Charles Bridge. It's not on the main drag so unless you're paying attention you might not even notice the little hippo sign. You will be stared at when you walk in the joint because it's small and has a decidedly local client base, but you will definitely be rewarded when you take your first sip the Pilsner Urquell.

When we were there in May 2007 we didn't eat anything but the beer cheese (be prepared if you order this - you need to mix the cheese with sardines, mustard, onions, and some beer foam). You can get a menu in English and my understanding is that it's mostly just pub grub. Beers were around 27Kc if I remember correctly.

Vojanovy Sady Park

by Carino

If you want to escape the main tourist streams you just need to do one step beside.

Vojanovy Sady Park is a small park beside the main attractions and offers some space for tired tourists and locals.

Even in winter it gives a good picture.


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Address: Letenska 12/33, Prague, 11800, Czech Republic