Prague , Czech Republic
161 duffels, including 83 public duffels
Restaurant Le Saint-Tropez, Prague - Restaurant Reviews - TripAdvisor
Ranked #148 of 1,586 restaurants in Prague http://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g274707-d2666580-Reviews-Restaurant_Le_Saint_Tropez-Prague_Bohemia.html
Corso Cafe, Prague - Restaurant Reviews - TripAdvisor
Ranked #15 of 1,586 restaurants in Prague http://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g274707-d2145677-Reviews-Corso_Cafe-Prague_Bohemia.html
Novoměstský Pivovar (The New Town Brewery)
You must try the XBEER-33, one of the strongest brews in the world (12.6% alcohol). It’s sweet with low carbonation, and I tasted hints of caramel or maple syrup. Walk past the long tables, chairs, and iron chandeliers with fake candles, all the way to the back and follow the signs for “Brewery” up the stairs for the best seats in the house — next to the microbrewery, where you can watch the fe...
U Medvidku Beer Hall and Restaurant (Prague)
Serious beer drinkers should head straight to this 550-year-old institution to sample its infamous X Beer 33. The dark, bittersweet lager ferments for six months in an oak barrel and has an alcohol content of 11.8%, making it the strongest brew in the Czech Republic. Be sure to line the stomach with hearty specialties like larded roast beef in sour cream with white bread dumplings — and remembe...
U Matěje Kotrby (Prague)
Rezervation: Tel.: 224 930 768 Mobil: 603 281 428 Lonely Planet review for U Matěje Kotrby It’s only 50m away from the tourist trap that is U Fleků, but this place is the real deal – an atmospheric Czech pub strewn with more bric-a-brac, musical instruments and old photos than the average antique shop and, more importantly, sporting a menu of classic Czech grub from goulash made with P...
Park Inn Prague
This first class hotel is located in "Prague 2" in the Old Town area close to the Vltava River and the Vysehrad Castle. Hotel Amenities RestaurantBarSafe I...
6 (Prague) Prague Castle & St. Vitus Cathedral
Hilltop complex that dominates the city of Prague A castle in Prague was built by Prince Borivoj toward the end of the ninth century, comprising a simple rampart of clay and stones, surrounded by a moat. Over the years a series of additions would make Prague Castle the largest medieval fortified complex in Europe. The castle became the seat of government for the kingdom of Bohemia, and subse...
2 (Prague) U Fleku
Raucous and Rowdy, the Czech Beer Experience "Wherever beer is brewed, all is well. Whenever beer is drunk, life is good" goes one Czech proverb. After an evening at Prague's oldest and most famous beer hall, you won't have any trouble believing that Czechs consume more pivo per capita than any other nationality--except that all these hundreds of beer-swilling, fun-making stein wie...
2 (Prague) Estates Theater
Mozart Lives On in This City of Music Prague has enjoyed an unparalleled cultural renaissance since the end of the forty-year Communist regime. For centuries a magnet for classical musicians ("Whoever is Czech, is a musician," asserts a local prover), it is again a dream for music lovers, with prestigious international festivals and an embarrassment of choices for those looking to ...
4 (Prague) Old Town Hall & Astronomical Clock (Old Town Square)
The Heart and Soul of the City of Spires The glorious architectural confusion of the oldest segment of Prague city lies on the east bank of the meandering Vltava River just off the Charles Bridge. The city's first settlements appeared here in the 10th century when a bustling marketplace grew form its strategic riverside location at the mercantile crossroads of Central Europe. One thousand ye...
4 (Prague) Old Jewish Cemetery
Just 1 block from the Old-New Synagogue, this is one of Europe's oldest Jewish burial grounds, dating from the mid-15th century. Because the local government of the time didn't allow Jews to bury their dead elsewhere, graves were dug deep enough to hold 12 bodies vertically, with each tombstone placed in front of the last. The result is one of the world's most crowded cemeteries: a 1-block area...
This is a cocktail bar with a difference. There's no flash and no attitude at this strictly neighborhood joint in Zizkov. The prices are lower here than at other cocktail places like Tretter's or Bugsy's, but the drinks are every bit as well made. Good for singles, since you can pull up a chair at the bar and chat up a cute barmaid or barman, whatever the case may be. Open daily 11am to 2am. ...
Tretter's New York Bar
This wildly popular cocktail bar, situated a couple of blocks from Old Town Square, is modeled loosely on a New York-style club circa 1930. The draws here are the very good cocktails and the flashy new-money crowd. Come early to get a table or try phoning to reserve in advance. On busy nights the guys who control the velvet rope outside enforce a dress code; play it safe and dress up a bit. Ope...
Sport Bar Praha-Zlatá Hvezda
Prague's original jocks-on-the-tube American bar has moved down the street into a more traditional Czech pub setting. Six kinds of Czech beer still flow freely with the weekly games, and the burgers and chicken fingers have outlasted other contenders for the "Sports Bar" title. You can play a good game of pool if the game on TV bores you. Open Monday 11am to midnight, Tuesday to Thurs...
Hard-core pub aficionados will claim this is not a true pub, since it's relatively free of smoke, has clean bathrooms, and serves excellent food, including both Czech classics and international dishes. On the other hand, no one will argue with the beer: Pilsner Urquell served from huge tanks brought in directly from the brewery to ensure freshness. It's a great spot to relax after a stroll thro...
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