I am sure in Prague there are different ways you can do a City Tour. One of them is the walking tour and other could be the hop-in and hop-out City Bus Tour kind of thing. Which is the best way to explore the city for someone who is a first time traveller in Prague. Can you please name some of the guys who do a walking tour of Prague and from where does it happen also if I wish to do a Bus city tour of Prague which Bus Tour operator is the best and cheap who does a hop-in hop-out city tour…
I am arriving in town late in the day, and fear I may not be able to make it to an in-metro ticket counter before closing time (circa 18:30?). Is it STILL the case that I will require coins to purchase a transport ticket from a vending machine?
Are there any shops right around Andel that might allow me to buy a 24 hour ticket via credit card, or is this an impossible dream?
I'll be visiting Prague for a wedding, and need to save some money. Although I'm a bit older than the avarage backpacker I stay in hostels a lot and love it, but I'm a bit scared that since it is a big city with tons of cheap beer (yey!), the hotels might be too loud and noisy for this trip. Can anyone recommend a quiet hostel, where I could get reasonable sleep, prefferly somewhere in the center? Thanks.
I need some recommendations for 14 days low budget backpacking trip in Czechia. Me and my girlfriend already have train tickets for Prague (return tickets). So we will stay there for two days. We have in plan a small circle around country with train. I was thought about Bohemia and South Moravia (Brno, Ceske budejovice, Plzen each for 1-2 days) but we also want see some landscape, nature.. Do you have any suggestion for some daytrip to some natural parks or nice villages which are connected…
I just booked a trip to Prague with my girlfriend for 4 nights from December 26 - 30.
I am having trouble pinning down where I'd like to stay.
Through a family friend, I have access to stay in free hotel room that is a 25 minute bus ride from the old town.
I have read that the transit system is quite good in Prague although that seemed to refer more to trams than busses.
Considering there seems to be some reasonable Air BnB options in the city itself I am on the fence on if it is worth it to…
I am not used to write down my experiences, however today I fell compelled to share with the most people possible this information, in order to help future travellers not to be robbed.
I was in Prague with a friend, we entered in a money change bureau at the end of Charles Bridge, just past the ancient medieval door, where Mala Strana begins. The street is called Mostecka, and the bureau entrance has a big orange "CHANGE" label on it.
We got in and changed 100€. My friend saw that the…
Hi Every one,
I am planning to visit Prague on late September for 4 days with my family, then I am planning to rent a car and travel to nice country side town for 3 days to enjoy the views and the landscape.
I was reading about some towns but still I am not sure which one will be the best to visit, I would like to have your input and suggestions. some of these town are (Hradec kralove, Cesky krumlov, Brno).
Please share your ideas :-)