Villa Voyta Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

K novemu dvoru 124, Prague, Bohemia, 142 00, Czech Republic
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Costs 34% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Forum Posts

Christmas holiday

by cschott

We are traveling to Prague for the first time this Christmas for 4 days. If we were to take a day trip outside of Prague where should we go? I need to know the best choice given the time of year that we will be there.

Re: Christmas holiday

by r13

Do not think you should go anywhere- you can enjoy 4 days in Prague itself.

All castles will be closed for winter. So probably only choice left would be Kutna Hora.

Re: Christmas holiday

by packtarl

If you want a good day trip out of Prague then get the train to Kutna Hora. 1 hour from Prague main station. Go and see the bone church there. Well signposted, its only a 15 mins walk from the station. I guarantee you will never see anything like it anywhere else. Then walk into the town itself and visit the old churches etc and get a good meal and a drink.A beautiful town. For more details google Seldec Ossuary and visit the VT pages on Kutna Hora. Before you go check when the bone church is open as its an absolute must see while you're there.

Travel Tips for Prague

Prazsky Hrad

by kris-t

A national cultural monument, the symbol of more than millennial development of the Czech state.
Since its foundation in the last quarter of the 9th century it has been developing uninterruptedly throughtout the past eleven centuries. It'is a monumen complex of ecclesiastical, fortification, residental and ofice buldings representing all architectural styles and periods, surrounding three castle courtyards and covering 45 hectares. Originally it used to be the residennce of princes and kings of Bogemia, since 1918 it is the seat of the president.

Hradczany- placed on the high...

by Ania1

Hradczany- placed on the high slope, on the river Veltava. The most representative part of the town with castle : Hrad ( a seat of old kings and current president), neo-gothic St. Vit's cathedral, King's Gardens, monastery and lots of museums and galleries.


by ruzena

the tradition in CZ is to have the men whip you with sticks called pomlaska, if you visit during Easter time it is the most interesting thing to watch, some tourist freak out when their czech friend starts to do it but its more of a playful thing!

Crossbow Lessons!!

by Sagespot

Ya gotta love it when you come across a creepy little man in the top of Golden Lane in Prague Castle, that wants to teach you to shoot a crossbow!

Once inside Prague Castle, go in the door at the top of the hill of Golden Lane. Go up the stairs and turn right - then walk down a super long hallway, admiring the weapons on display as you pass and at the very end you will find the creeply little man and his crossbows.

Have fun!

Fortress Ruins

by bpwillet

There are ruins of the 10th century fortress still visible on the Vysehrad grounds. The Royal apartment foundations are still visible near the Vysehrad Gallery. Some of the ruins have been incorporated into present day structures but it does give you the impression of why this hill was used as the ruling seat of Prague.

Take a look at the ruins on the other side of the gallery.


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