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Adjacent to the Prague Congress Centre, Hotel Coronet offers spacious, modern rooms with free internet access, minibars and LCD satellite TV. Great location, good room and parking behind the hotel.
The upscale Corinthia Hotel Prague stands on top of one of Prague's hills, 2 metro stops from the centre. It offers panoramic city views and a top-floor spa with a swimming pool. Super friendly staff who helped with early check in and the TV in the room displayed a personalised...
Our cosy hotel is located close to the historical centre, on the left bank of the Vltava river, just a few minutes from one of Prague's biggest shopping and entertainment centres. Kind staff, good breakfast, great beds
The Union hotel is located next to the old walls of the impressive Vysehrad Castle, close to the centre of Prague and only a 5-minute walk from the Prague Congress Centre. atmosphere, bed, breacfast, place
Spent the whole day here. Just walking along the ramparts and taking in the views all around Prague. You can stand and watch the world go by below you. The cemetry is interesting to look round being full of important cultural figures from Czech history. Finally after all this walking reward yourself with a drink at the pub on the site.
The cemetery is a must-visit for those into architecture or Czech artistic figures, with a beautiful church and the cream of the crop of Czech figures, aside perhaps from Kafka and Havel, who are in Vinohrady cemetery's.
A must see view of Prague. Spectacular. Visit Basilica of st Peter and Paul’s for 100 CZK for two people. Enjoy a stroll through fabulous park and views of the entire Prague and Vltava river. Also visit a cemetery adjacent to the Basilica.
It's an ancient castle where Prague was started. The Czech kings started their inauguration in Vysegrad because the ancestors were buried there in the cemetery. There are beautiful views over the city and the river of Vltava. Calm and beautiful place. Worth to visit!
A nice place. And I really like the guide of my tour. It is just amazing, especially when you realize it is embedded so well in such a nice old town. It's not large or dramatic from outside, but its elegance impressed me, indeed.
If you have an interest in history, pay the fee and spend time in the Gothic cellar. We also suggest walking down the Vltava to get there (although the steps up are behind a house before you get to the road tunnel - can be a bit hard to find).
Go to Kampa Island, explore the area adjacent to the castle, go up Petrin Hill, go to Vysehrad for a different view of the city. Go mid-week. Get up early!
Vysehrad and Vinohrady are great areas away from the Old Town Square etc