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Barcelo Praha Five
Radlicka 46/3276
15000 Prague
8.1 / 10
from 52 €
Club Hotel Praha
Jecna 12
12000 Prague
6.3 / 10
from 28 €
Albion Hotel Prague Congress Center
Peroutkova 531/81
15800 Prague
5.7 / 10
from 30 €
Top Hotel Prague Congress Center
Blazimska 1781/4
14900 Prague
6.5 / 10
from 35 €
Hotel Meritum
Stare namesti 14
161 00 Prague
from 33 €
Hotel Svornost
Novozamecka 284
19012 Prague
7.3 / 10
from 26 €
OREA Hotel Pyramida
Belohorská 24
16901 Prague
6.6 / 10
from 54 €
Hotel Praga 1885
Plzenska 560/29
15000 Prague
from 57 €
ACC-Nifos Hotel U Prince
Staromestske Namesti 29
11000 Prague
8.3 / 10
from 89 €
Apartment Amandment Boarding House
Kamenická 23
170 00 Prague
2.5 / 10
from 29 €
Andel Apartmany
U Santosky 933/20
15000 Prague
7.2 / 10
Lavanda Hotel Prague
Na belidle 27
150 00 Prague
6.6 / 10
from 40 €
Villa na Vinici
Dolnokrcská 39
140 00 Prague
from 58 €
Hotel Constans
Bretislavova 309
11000 Prague
8.7 / 10
from 54 €
Hotel King David
Hybernska 42
11000 Prague
from 79 €
Hotel U Tri Pstrosu
Drazickeho namesti 12
11800 Prague
7.3 / 10
from 55 €
The Emblem Hotel
Platnerska 19
110 00 Prague
from 176 €
Hotel Residence Liliova
Liliova 1070/18
11000 Prague
8.1 / 10
from 58 €
Modra Ruze Hotel
Rytirska 16
110 00 Prague
8.0 / 10
from 59 €
Hotel Residence Trinidad
U zelezne lavky, 14
11800 Prague
7.3 / 10
Club Hotel Daliborka
K Novemu dvoru 124/54
14200 Prague
7.9 / 10
from 49 €
Little Town Budget Hotel
Malostranske Namesti 11/260
118 00 Prague
5.4 / 10
from 53 €
1. Republic Hotel
V Tuních 1625/8
12000 Prague
8.2 / 10
from 44 €
Diplomat Hotel Prague
Evropska 15
16041 Prague
from 58 €
angelo Hotel Prague
Radlicka 1g
15000 Prague
from 68 €
andel´s hotel Prague
Stroupežnického 21
15000 Prague
from 72 €
Three Crowns Hotel
Cimburkova 28
13000 Prague
7.0 / 10
from 35 €
Hotel Unic Prague
Soukenicka 25
11000 Prague
9.2 / 10
from 71 €


A City Flourishing

Prague has a very long history as the cultural center in Central Europe. In recent years the city has opened up and flourished.

Vaclav Havel Airport serves the city. It is about 30 minutes to downtown by car, and there is a train that takes visitors directly from the airport to the city center. Prague's central European location make it easy to get to via train, but the Czech Republic has no high speed rail so travel is slower than in some other parts of Europe

The city itself is incredibly walkable, and the historic districts are pedestrian only zones. For those who need it, there are a number of tramlines that run through the city as well.

Historic City Center

Prague is a city full of old world attractions. The city sustained far less damages than many others during World War II, so much of its classic architecture remains. The main city center is broken down into two sections. The original Old town and new town which was added in the 15th century.

Old Town holds such attraction as the Prague Astronomical Clock, a medieval clock located in the city center. The clock was built in 1410 and is the oldest still working clock in the world. It is also the site of Powder Tower, the last remaining original gate to into the city. The gate was built in the 11th century.

Other notable attractions include the Clam-Gallas Palace, a baroque palace from 1713, and the Church of Our Lady Before Týn, a Gothic church built in the 14th century. New Town holds the bustling Wenceslas Square and Charles Square, the largest medieval square in Europe

Prague Castle

Overlooking these two parts of the city is the most famous and popular attraction in Prague. Prague Castle is the largest castle in the world. It was started in the 800's and was not finished for a thousand years.

Because it took so long to build, additions of virtually every architectural style have been added. It is the current government seat for the Czech Republic and the Bohemian crown jewels are kept inside as well.
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In and around Prague

Prague (Czech: Praha) is the capital and largest city of the Czech Republic. Its official name is Hlavní město Praha, meaning Prague, the Capital City.
Situated on the River Vltava in central Bohemia, Prague has been the political, cultural and economic centre of the Czech state for over 1,100 years.

Prague also ranks as the Czech Republic’s touristic centre and provides for a large number of nice hotels. In „The Golden City“, as Prague is often called, you will find unique cultural relics and a historic cityscape.
Prague Castle, the largest castle in the world, towers above the sights and hotels of Prague.

During your stay in a Prague hotel you should mount the hill Hradschin and visit the imposing castle complex with its St. Vitus Cathedral, the largest church in the Czech Republic.
The cathedral is famous for stucco-decorated Chapel of St. Wenceslas and the mausoleum of the Habsburg monarchs. Famous historical Charles Bridge has crossed the Vltava river since the 14th century.
While staying at a hotel in Prague you should make sure to walk along the alley of 30 mostly baroque statues and statuaries situated on the balustrade of the bridge.

Numerous hotels are located near Josefov (the old Jewish quarter) with an Old Jewish Cemetery and the Old New Synagogue.
If you are staying at a hotel in a hotel in Prague’s district New Town (Nové město), we recommend you to take a stroll around busy and historic Wenceslas Square (Václavské náměstí).
Prague hotel guests will be able to have a look at the Wenceslas Monument, built in 1912, on this square. In the nearby National Museum the guests of Prague hotels may get an insight into the history of Bohemia. While staying at a hotel in Prague you should make sure to see the church Chrám Panny Marie Sněžné.

Prague is being traversed by numerous metro and tram lines.
Prague’s hotels have become a vital factor for the city’s economy. Prague is also home to diverse enterprises dealing with the film industry, optics and food production.

Total population: 1,194,407 (March 2007)
Postal codes: 10000 - 199 00

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Exhibitions/events in Prague

    (10/30/2014 - 11/1/2014)
    (11/18/2014 - 11/20/2014)
    Trade Fair of Electrotechnics, Electronics and Power Engineering
  • Vanoce na Vystavisti - Christmas Markets
    (12/5/2014 - 12/7/2014)
  • Silver Christmas Days
    (12/11/2014 - 12/14/2014)
    Trade Fair of Consumer Goods
  • Novy Byt a Dum
    (2/11/2015 - 2/14/2015)
    International Trade Fair of Buildings, Renovation, Housing and Interiors
  • Moderni Vytapeni
    (2/11/2015 - 2/14/2015)
  • Drevostavby - Wooden Buildings
    (2/11/2015 - 2/14/2015)
  • TOP GASTRO (formerly Apetit Praha)
    (2/19/2015 - 2/22/2015)
  • Holiday World
    (2/19/2015 - 2/22/2015)
    Central Europe's Premier Tourism Industry Event
  • Interbeauty Prague
    (2/27/2015 - 2/28/2015)
    (3/5/2015 - 3/8/2015)
    International Motorcycle and Accessories Exhibition
  • World of Beauty and Spa
    (3/13/2015 - 3/14/2015)
    (3/19/2015 - 3/22/2015)
    Trade Fair of Living, Renovations and Building
  • For Office
    (3/19/2015 - 3/22/2015)
  • For Garden
    (3/19/2015 - 3/22/2015)
    Trade Fair of Landscape Gardening, Garden Furniture and Tools
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