Visiting Prague

I always feel good everytime I remember my travels from the past. Visiting over 30 countries worldwide is already a big achievement for me. Let me share one of my travels before.

One of the capital cities I visited in Europe is Prague. I wish I stayed in Luxury Hotel Prague but since we only had a day trip in that city, we really don’t need a place to stay. I was there twice and still wanted to come back. In my next visit I will surely stay in one of the  nice  hotels  there. Like my other travels in major  European  cities, I already experienced staying in many hotels with  3 to 5 stars rating.

The famous Charles Bridge in Prague. Its construction started in the 14th century and it is one of Prague’s most beautiful structures. Taken during my second visit last July 2011. ©

With regards to accommodation, Prague has a lot to offer. Depending on your needs and budget, there are many places to stay in Czech Republic’s capital. Looking for an affordable Hotel in Prague needs planning. Be sure to book it in advance to ensure a good location near the city center or near the train stations and accessible to public transportation.

There are hostels, bed and breakfast, apartments and luxury hotels to stay in this city. During peak season from April to October, prices maybe twice as high and it is advisable to reserve it in advance. If you are visiting Prague for leisure Mamaison Hotel has 3 hotels to offer for your accommodation: the Hotel Riverside Prague, Pachtuv Palac Prague and Residence Belgicka Prague. They are also perfect for business travellers.

I want to give you a little overview about Prague and the sights I love in this city. It is the capital and largest city of Czech Republic and also one of the largest cities of Central Europe. For me, it is one of the beautiful cities I visited in Europe. Prague is a magical city of bridges, cathedrals, gold-tipped towers and church domes, which makes it one of the visited cities in Europe.

The Old Town in Prague with the Tyn Church on the right side and the Astronomical Clock at the Town Hall. ©

If you are planning to visit Prague, be sure to plan it ahead of time. For sure, you will save time and money when doing so.  Don’t miss to visit the Prague  Castle,  cross the Charles Bridge, Wenceslas Square, Prague Dancing House, visit to the Lesser Town, walk around the Old Town and see the famous Astronomical Clock, the Tyn Church and other historical buildings in the city.

Have a safe and enjoyable trip!


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