Prague, capital of the Czech Republic, has deservedly been lauded by many as one of the worldís most beautiful cities. A variety of architectural forms, from Baroque to Art Nouveau, blend harmoniously together to give an almost fairy-tale quality to this urban enclave, which has survived war and socialism to emerge with its glory intact.more
Prague - Golding. Date of travel: May 2008
Prague is beautiful but take sensible shoes and expect to do a lot of walking. Go across the Charles bridge and take in the lovely riverside walk. Take a City tour and go down the river. Attend one of the many concerts in the beautiful Churches.
Lovely destination - Monia. Date of travel: Apr 2008
I adored every part of the city, rich in baroque culture & building styles old town and Charles bridge pleased me big time. People there are nice but very poor communication they hardly speak English.
Prague is fab - Helen. Date of travel: Jul 2007
Prague is a lovely place to visit day and night, tram service confusing, beware of the taxis they will rip you off. Plenty of McDonalds if you don't eat local food, some restaraunts can be expensive and drinking in the sq can be expensive too. Need good walking shoes to get around. Easy enough to use the metro to get to and from the airport as long as you can get a metro map off the internet before making your journey. If you are near the park go inside, there is a bar beer only 60p a pint.
Romantic holiday in Prague - Tomas. Date of travel: Jul 2007
Hi there, just wanted to post a few words about our trip to Prague. We spend 4 days at Baranek hotel, booked on the Internet: mi-prague.cz for a very good price. Prague is one of the most romantic places I have ever seen, definitely worth seeing! Prague Castle, Mala Strana, Kampa Park, Charls Bridge...restaurants in the centre are quite expensive, but when you find those visited by locals, you will save money and enjoy great food. Visit some restaurants, bars and cafťs at Vinohrady. You must try czech beer -good and cheap:-)
Don't bother - John Strache. Date of travel: Sep 2006
The Czech people are rude, unfriendly, and impolite, I would consider myself a seasoned traveller and know how to behave. Czechs don't reciprocate, I would say give them and their country a skip.
Prague - Ben. Date of travel: Apr 2006
Prague is a pretty city. It is easy to feel at home here, with plenty to see and do. The transport system is efficient and airy.
It's romantic alright - Michael Black. Date of travel: Apr 2006
Yeah, it's full of narrow streets, bridges, statues, old houses and stuff. My girlfriend really liked it and always went "Oh GOD, look at that... It's wonderful!" I'm not really into that sort of thing, but even I have to admit that the city does have a sort of a special atmosphere. But what you GOTTA love is the czech beer! Tour Operator: www.aaaahotels.com
I was very surprised - Pecko. Date of travel: Apr 2006
Hi there. 2 months ago I was thinking bout where should I go for my 2 weeks holiday. Finally, on advice of friend, I went to Prague and I was very satisfied. Me an my 3 friend have been there for 10 days. We found less expensive 3* hotel dirrectly on Wenceslas square through company http://www.aaaahotels.com/ They answered very promptly, had good prices, so there was NO PROBLEM. Hotel was clean, not far from pubs, nightlife, sightseeing, so we have never feel boring. If you still don't know where to go, go to PRAGUE. Tour Operator: http://www.aaaahotels.com/
Prague - wonderfull place. - Peter. Date of travel: Mar 2006
Nice city - we have lot of fun, sometimes lot of drinks. Czechs are very friendly people. We have also visited Prague Castle, Old town square, Charless bridge. Tour Operator: www.aaaahotels.com
Romantic Prague - Traveller. Date of travel: Jan 2006
Prague is one of the most romantic places in the world. You can simply walk around the city center and admire its beautifull narrow streets, historical buildings, museums and galleries. There are plenty of small cafés and bars where you can relax and enjoy the spirit of the city. You will never get bored. Apart from the rush of the city center, but with easy acces to the heart of town you can find very romantic place - Residence Arcadia, offering unique elegant apartments tastefully equipped with attic furniture. Extremely friendly staff will help you to spend the best holiday! Tour Operator: http://www.mi-prague.cz
Pat Englebrecht. Date of travel: Mar 2004
Beautiful, beautiful Prague - it was a dream come true! For many years I had wanted to see this city of music and enchantment and when I finally got there I was not disappointed. The romantic Charles Bridge (even if it was crammed with tourists!), the exotic spires of the buildings, the unintelligible language - everything was so different and exciting. Even though the weather was still cold we spent time warming up inside coffee shops watching life through the windows, and in the evenings there was always a music concert to attend.
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