Famous historical bridge that crosses the Vltava river. Built by Charles IV in the 14th century. Until 1841 as the only mean of crossing the Vltava river, it was vital connection between Prague Castle and Old Town as well as between Eastern and Western Europe.
A seat of power for kings of Bohemia, Roman Emperors and presidents of Czech republic. The Bohemian Crown Jewels are kept in a hidden room inside it. The Guinness Book of Records lists Prague Castle as the largest ancient castle in the world.
At the Old Town Square the true heart of Prague beats. As you stand there, you can feel the dramatic history of Prague in the air. With its ancient buildings such as St. Nicholas Church or Astronomical clock, it is one of the most beautiful historical sights in Europe
The Legend says that Vyšehrad was the location of the first settlement which later became Prague. You will find there the Romanesque Rotunda of St. Martin, the Gothic Church of Sts. Peter and Paul and the Slavin Cemetery, where the nation’s most famous personages are laid to rest.
Rising up from atop the leafy Petřín Hill the 63.5 metre high steel tower in Prague strongly resembles the Eiffel Tower. Although it is much shorter than the Eiffel Tower in Paris, with the hill under it is the top actually at a higher altitude than that of the Eiffel Tower.
This stunning building is somewhat of a rarity in the city centre: a modern glass building surrounded by historic architecture. The top floor of Dancing House is the only part open to the public. This is home to one of the city's leading restaurants, Celeste.
Nový Smíchov shopping centre is situated in Smíchov right by the metro station Anděl. It is a common and huge shopping mall, that has everything from clothes shops to a multiplex movie theatre and a Tesco supermarket.
It is the biggest and busiest railway station in the Czech Republic. The Art Nouveau station building and a hall were built between 1901 and 1909. It is located 5 minutes walk from Wenceslas Square and 15 minutes from the Old Town Square.
Most international connections terminate in Prague at the Florenc station, located at Metro lines B and C, in Florenc. The main bus station serves all international and long distance domestic routes. From here, you can get to the city-centre by metro line B in about 5 minutes.
Go by bus No.191 to the station 'Stadion Strahov', continue by bus No. 176 to the station 'Svandovo divadlo'. Walk over the square towards a big court house. Go clockwise around it, right behind the court house is A&E Hostel Prague. It only takes 2 minutes to walk. The whole journey from the airport to the hostel takes max. 1 hour.
(Taxi approx. 600 CZK/ 20 EUR)
Take tram no.9 to 'Svandovo divadlo. Walk over the square towards a big court house. Go clockwise around it, right behind the court house is Adam&Eva Hostel Prague. It only takes 2 minutes to walk.
(Taxi approx. 250 CZK / 10 EUR)
Take metro xellow line 'B' to the station 'Narodni trida' (direction to Zlicin) and continue by tram No.9 to the station 'Svandovo divadlo'. Walk over the square towards a big court house. Go clockwise around it, right behind the court house is A&E Hostel Prague. It only takes 2 minutes to walk.
(Taxi approx. 250 CZK / 10 EUR)
|Public transport costs 1 Euro (32 CZK) to get to us. 1 ticket for up to 90 minutes with no restrictions for changing.|