Prague travel guide with information on hotels, restaurants and much more

Former cultural centre of Europe, capital of the Czech Republic and one of the most stunning cities of Europe, Prague has rightfully gained its name and fame as “the city of one hundred towers” or “the city of one hundred bridges”.Prague, Czech Republic

A centuries old city, Prague mingles past and present altogether, blending in the intoxicating flavour of history with the multiplicity of intricate architectural styles and designs (Baroque, Rococo and Art Nouveau) of the clustering of museums, art galleries, and monuments.

Without a doubt, Prague seems to be the vanguard of everything that stands for cultural life and diversity: it was Prague that was home of such famous composers as Mozart, Weber, and Dvorak or such writers as Kafka and Capek, it was Prague again that sang its own praises about the Cubist movement, and last, but not least, Prague is a genuine launching ramp for athletes and models, writers and artists, or for film directors alike. Unmistakably, Prague does exert a profound influence on European culture.

Hotels in Prague

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Galileo

Galileo

The GALILEO hotel is situated in the Vinohrady historic residential area of the centre of Prague. It has been renovated with care recently, so that our guests can enjoy a stay in the…

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Golden Stag U Zlateho Jelena

Golden Stag U Zlateho Jelena

The hotel was converted in an old burhger house. In 2000 one part of the house underwent reconstruction to hotel. Each of rooms or apartments equipped with antique furniture and metal…

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U Semika

U Semika

The U Šemíka Hotel offers 28 rooms equipped in a stylish and pleasant manner to its guests to relax ­ there are double and triple rooms and suites. Each room consists of…

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Beranek

Beranek

Hotel BERANEK is located in downtown Prague, approximately only three minutes from Wenceslas Square. In front of the Hotel building are the metro and tram stops with connections all…

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Nabucco

Nabucco

Hotel Nabucco pays homage to the life and work of Giuseppe Verdi, extraodrinary Italian composer. Prague and its theatres are proud about his music that still sounds here. The Italian…

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Bishop S House

Bishop S House

The appearance of the house, today called according to its historical origin "The Bishop's House", emanates from 1843, when the reconstruction of the 16th century semblance…

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K K Fenix

K K Fenix

At the heart of the “Golden City”, just a short walk from Wenceslas Square, you’ll find the welcoming facade of this lively and friendly hotel. The impressive architecture in…

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Salvator

Salvator

Hotel Salvator is a charming hotel with a family atmosphere located in the historical centre of Prague. Our 36 rooms are well equiped to provide you with the standards of a 3 star…

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Residences in Prague


Mala Strana

Mala Strana

Residence Mala Strana is situated close to the Vltava River and within walking distance of all major tourist attractions such as Charles’s Bridge, St. Nicolas Church, Petrin Gardens,…

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Lundborg

Lundborg

Our reception desk is available to guests 24 hours a day. There are 13 apartments and suits in the hotel. The standard equipment includes – a colour TV, a telephone with a direct…

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Santini

Santini

Santini Residence represents a unique piece of luxury situated in the very centre of Prague, in one of the most beautiful streets of the city and in the walking distance from Prague…

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