Hotel Dvorak Ceske Budejovice

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Namesti Premysla Otakara II 123/36, Ceske Budejovice, Bohemia, 37001, Czech Republic
Hotel Dvorak Ceske Budejovice
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Where to Stay in Ceske Budejovice?

by Jennyjump79

Hi,

I'm planning an overnight stop in Ceske Budejovice in late May. I've been trying to book a hotel/pension online, and am having problems finding online information about the Garni Hotel, KIT. The booking sites don't even seem to have an address listed (aside from assurances that it is central.) Has anyone stayed there? Can anyone recommend it? If not, what are some better options?

Thanks,

Jen

RE: Where to Stay in Ceske Budejovice?

by wingfield1

Hi,
Great choice of place to visit. I arrived there by mistake on a missed connection on a train journey from Ceske Krumlov to Brno on a Sunday last August - don't try travelling on a Sunday!
The international east european express from Prague to Budapest train stops there. There is a superabundance of hotels there is also a state run hotel booking office in the station. It was unfortunately shut on Sunday evening and I booked into a forbidding looking hotel opposite the station (the station hotel). It was gruesome, so foul that it was worth staying for the tales of woe that i was able to tell afterwards. The architecture around the station is grim, cold war brutalist. I only realised later that the old town was but an 8/10 minute walk away and it was truly delightful. Most places are calm on a Sunday evening but this had a lyrical tranquility. A well maintained town that had it roots in medieval architecture. It has one of the largest town plazas in E Europe which are surrounded by numerous hotels, 3star c50$'s - do try to stay there. The river snakes in a serpentine fashion round the old town. There are few western tourists, and the restaurants on the square. One of the penalties of staying there is that not as many speak English, but if you have a smattering of German you can get by with nearly everybody. There was a conservatoire and more than a nod to art and culture. Book one night in any hotel on the square, there was only one iffy looking one and you'd have to be unlucky to book that one - but think of the tales you could tell!
Richard

RE: Where to Stay in Ceske Budejovice?

by daz01

Here's a map of the place. Can't offer any opinion of the place though as I've never been there.

http://tinyurl.com/euee5

RE: Where to Stay in Ceske Budejovice?

by daz01

here's their official site with photos, english page etc

http://www.hotelkit.cz/

Travel Tips for Ceske Budejovice

TOPINKA

by Laurike

We asked in one bar the beer, and wanted something with it. In Lithuania is very popular cutted roast bread. So we asked it, and was not sure, if the barmen understood.. So at least we got Topinka - this is all slice of bread and garlic with it !!

Try the original

by Leipzig

The founder of Budweiser is the Czech Ministry of Agriculture. Today the brewery owns 380 valuable rights in over 100 countries in the form of trademarks like the American Budweiser which does not taste as good as the original from the Czech Republic.

Kratochvile was built 1583-1589

by globetrott

Kratochvile was built 1583-1589

in a very unique style with a castle in the middle, surrounded by a small artificial lake,
that was surrounded by a great garden and finally fenced by a wall, an entrance-tower and
a small church.

The Black tower / Cerna Vez

by desert_princess

The Black tower is situated at one of the corners of the main square , opposite to the St Nicholas Cathedral. It was built by the town rulers in 1549-1577 as a bell tower and watchtower. It is 72m high , open to public and offers a bird's view over the city.

Advices for the visitors of the tower - "Don't 's"
Go carefully on the stairs up and down and thoughtful to other visitors, please.
Don't smoke and help to keep the cleanness
Don't push the bells of the tower to move
Don't enter the wooden constructions of the ceilings...
note of the author - Don't jump from the tower.- Actually you cannot do this anymore as they have put nets to prevent this . As it was the most polplar suicide place some years ago....So now if you want to kill yourself , try to jump from a bridge....that may do the difference...

many fassades are partly "fake"

by globetrott

many of the fassades pretend to be much higher and bigger than the building are in reality :

Simply have a look at them on the very top, where in many cases a steep gothic roof was hidden behind a baroque fassade.
Therefore many of the windows on the top floors will not be real.

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