Dec 02, 2004 13:05 | Crystal

Hereby I inform you that we had a very nice stay in Praha. The Hotel Kafka is good accessible from the city centre. The hotel is nice: not luxe, but very complete and clean. Also breakfast was good. The only disadvantage was the reception; not very friendly.

We can recommend a nice restaurant; Fregata. Just outside the centre, but good food, nice staff and cheap. It’s a fish restaurant, where you can eat besides very good fish dishes also really good Czech cuisine, so it’s very good!! The address is Ladova 3, Praha2.

Then we can also recommend a bar. A medieval beer- cafe, crowded with tourists but also with Czechs. With outdoor patio, live music and home-made beer. A special experience! (except for the “selling trick” of the liquor) Address: Kremencova 11, Prague 1

And then, besides the usual hotspots like Prague Castle, we really enjoyed walking in the Jewish Town, Josefov. Very beautiful buildings and shops and impressive sites like synagogue and the Jewish cemetary.

Last but not least, we also liked the walk through Stromovka, a big and very beautiful city-park in the north of Praha.

Dec 02, 2004 13:11 | Inken

About the nightlife, I really liked

La Bastille cocktail bar/restaurant in Ujezd 26/426 Mala Strana

They offered really nice food(also pasta etc.) and drinks to great prices.A good place to go to at late night though.

Club Restaurant Vitezna 11 Mala Strana I’d say a rather typical Czech place to go, very small and familiar with traditional Czech cuisine,really delicious ,very good prices and a absolutely good service.

Star Cafe Na prikope 3 city center a nice place to get coffees of all kinds for take away to a reasonable price.

I really liked Frantiskanska zahrada just next to the Jungmannovo statue where one can sit down nicely and by passing the garden towards the little arcade ,there is a gorgeoues little ice coffee with typical Czech Ice cream,lovely cakes ,coffee etc. I am told and proved myself ;)

Reduta Jazz Club Narodni trida 20 Praha 1 A nice place indeed, which has every night from 9-12pm life music.

Dec 02, 2004 13:22 | Sara

We had a fantastic time in Prague. The Albert Pension was ideal for our needs. It was clean, spacious and had a fridge and kettle which came in really useful. The bathroom and toilet were also clean and the shower was great. The lady who was there when we arrived was really really nice and gave us some really helpful travel tips.

The Ebel cafe just off the Old Square was really good. We also liked Bohemia Bagel (the one that we went to was really near the furnicular railway near the hill with the fake Eiffel Tower and the mirror maze). We really really enjoyed the meal that we had at the Czech restaurant inside the Municipal House, near Namisky Republiky. It was so tasty, very reasonably prices, the staff were also friendly.

We wanted to go out dancing on our last night, which was Monday and obviously not the best night to out. We tried to follow our guide books and tried the Old Square and places around it, but the best thing to do is go near Charles’s Bridge where there are two clubs, both of which were lively. We went to the one closest to the river, I tihnk it was called Lavka but I can’t be sure.

The music wasn’t great but it’s all a matter of taste, but there was a good crowd and there is a great view of the bridge from the back garden. The other club which says it is ‘the biggest club in middle Europe’ next to Lavka was also busy. So that is the best area to head for if you want to dance during the week.

Those are the main things I can remember. Oh yes, and it’s very useful to know how to say ‘Thank you’ in Czech because people appreciate it and you get a lot more smiles and a much better response.

Dec 02, 2004 13:27 | Matthias

The best pizza we had was at Capri Pizza. The service is relatively good. Although it is in a little passage just at Karl’s Bridge and looks a little like a tourist trap, it can definitely be recommended for serving one of the best pizzas I ever had.

The best bar/restaurant to go to grab a bite ánd have a couple of beers while the evening is still young is definitely the “Atmosphere”. It is mainly frequented by locals (which I think is a very good sign) and thus doesnt charge any phantasy-taxes for foreign customers. The service is friendly, the beer is good and the food (except for the pasta) was very good. Prices are very reasonable. We liked it very much there and visited the place 3 times in 4 days….

Of course there are also the all time favorites “Chateau Bar” (formerly known as “Chapeau Rouge”) and the Radost FX (although we accidentally went in at gay night, which was a little weird..)

In case some of your customers are into action games, I would recommend the “Laser Game” at Narodni Street. One advice: Don’t wear any clothes you plan on wearing later that night when going out….

In general, my advice is to stay away from the main tourist routes. Just one or two streets away you can find lots of nice restaurants and bars. As we experienced it, at the main tourist locations, prices are much higher and often there is some hidden additional amount to pay. Once we had to pay extra just for the plates and at the end some weird “EU tax” of 19% was added to our bill.

Dec 02, 2004 13:28 | Amanda Edwards

I want to thank you once more for your kind assistance in finding me a room to stay in during my visit to Prague, as well as tell you what I enjoyed the most in this beautiful city!

Naturally, the two castles and the Charles Bridge were impressive. A friend had recommended I go down to the bridge very early in the morning, before the artists and tourists show up, to have an unimpeded view—it was worth it! The gardens and parks surrounding Vysherad were quiet and the view was breathtaking. I enjoyed walking around old town, and in general, all of the buildings were impressive.

I walked through the Jewish District, including the Old New Synagogue and Kafka’s birthplace. I highly suggest your guests take the time to explore this part of town—it’s unlike anything we’ve got in the States, and seems fairly unique to what I’ve seen throughout Europe.

I took a couple of hours to take a tour of the Museum of Communism. This is not a part of history I am familiar with, and I appreciated the format of the museum as well as the information provided.

I also recommend that your more adventurous guests take a walk around the parts of town less filled with tourists. I explored the area near Hostel Alia (which was a lovely hostel, with wonderful reception) and met many friendly, interesting people. It was good to put myself in situations where the folks I encountered didn’t speak any of the same languages as myself (I studied German in Austria).

Oh, there is a shop in the cellar in the main square, called The White Unicorn, or something close to that. They sell handmade arts and crafts from around the Czech Republic, and I had wonderful service there. The prices are very reasonable, and I bought an exquisite necklace and silk from there. I do not remember the exact name of the place, but it is not difficult to spot!

Dec 02, 2004 13:29 | Charlotte

Prague its self was lovely with great views and atmosphere we especialy liked the castle, and thought Golden lane was great. The restaurants we went to were all very nice we would recomend Pub 2 at Na Kampe and the cafe imperial.

Dec 02, 2004 13:30 | Stuart

Loved Prague. Was mainly drunk so i cant remember most of the names of the places we went to. But the beer garden outside Lavka by charles bridge is great also the one right by the river is too. The club next to lavka (near charles bridge is great).

Also Music bar which is on Melantrichova street is cool. Also the restauraunt up on the far side of the river (Hanavsky pavilion/Letenske Sady) cos there are bugger all tourists. Also any of the small pubs/foodhalls/resturaunts onthe far side of charles bridge and down to the right are good too and cheap.

Dec 02, 2004 13:31 | Annelies

I just returned from my holiday in Prague and it was lovely!!! The hostel was really nice and we met really nice people!! I can recommend you a very good restaurant in the neighbourhood of the hostel Elf: La Merenda.

We enjoyed it very much!!!

Thank you for the search for a nicehostel !!

Dec 02, 2004 13:32 | Yogesh

Cafes and bars I visited:

Bar: Solidni Nejistota – good mixed drinks, but expensive and is intended for business people; the ‘pretty boys’ in the bar are set up mostly to attract female customers. :-)

Cafe Papas: Nice cafe in the middle of the city (Betlemska Namesti I think). The atmosphere is nice and modern.

Dec 02, 2004 13:33 | Matthias

I’m about to make my reflections about our stay in Praha, like I promised.

About typical sightseeing (Hradcany, Stare mesto) and museums (Mucha, Cityhistory), there is nothing I like to add to the informations everybody can find in any guide.

About entertainment for young people (or such who feel like) Praha seems not only to be like other modern european metropolis. The masses of young americans dominating the nightlife with their incredibale behaviour. Stupid, dull, drunken, arrogant and absolutly unable to dance. There seems to be no czech nightlife in Stare mesto, the music is mainstream at all, even in the so called “alternative” Roxy club – without meaning, soul or identity. Actually there seems to be almost no concruent czech identity in the center at all – just a big sale out of trash and luxery for consuming tourists – what a pity.

Thanks god for Vinohrady! This area south of Vinohrodska ul. is so lovely and true. I enjoyed it very much walking arround there by day and hanging out by night.

Beside our trip to Praha I read a very suitable book: “Kniha smichu a zapomneni”. Even if the storys happend in the 70ies they are still topical in some way. For example about “The idiocy of music” or the “Czech identity”.

Dec 02, 2004 13:34 | marko

Our holiday was really nice and we really enjoyed our stay in Prague. There were a lot of places to see and here are some places that we liked:
– Rocky O´Reilly´s: really nice Irish pub, good food and nice atmosphere.
– Staropramen brewery restaurant: suberb!!! beer & low price food.
– Pivovarsky Dum: nice brewery restaurant, good food & beer.
– Novomestky Pivovar: suberb food & really good beer. Reasonable prices!
– Titanic restaurant: really good meat dishes in the middle of the town.
– Old Town: really nice place to hang out, amazing buildings!
– Charles Bridge: Lots of people, but nice to walk anyway.
– Vltava river: We took a sea cruise at the river and it was great.

Dec 02, 2004 13:36 | Nick

We have returned from our four days visit in Prague, and we had a very nice stay!

We were very satisfied with the hotel Pension Albert, everything was perfect! Before the stay we were a little worried if the hotel was situated too far from city center, but we really liked the area, and it was very close to everything. Also it is a good thing that the night tram stops right outside the door.

We visited nice restaurants, cafés and bars, but I haven’t got the names. But there was a restaurant/bar in a street called Opatovická, and a nice french café/restaurant called “Chez Marcel” at Hastalské Nám. We also really recommend the exibition “Heroes” by Ivan Pinkava at the Galerie Rudolfinum.

We will definitely return to Prague!

Dec 02, 2004 13:36 | Lorenzo

The best places about me are the Lucerna Disco, the Solidni pub and the Roxy Disco. I don’t like Duplex or other big disco because there are’nt too much people from Prague but only a lot of tourists… above all italians like me, and I hate the italians :)

Dec 02, 2004 13:37 | Silvia Schmoock

Unfortunatelly our holiday is over now, but we really enjoyed it. Now I like to tell you something about the hostel and our favourite restaurats in Prag.

First, the hostel: We knew that we could not expect very much for 11 Euro per night with breakfast, so we were able to laugh about the room, which was not so clean and has very old beds, and the house. I think it´s ok for students or other young people, but not for our parents or people with children. The breakfast was ok, and the people at the reception very friendly and helpful. The hostel was next to tram and metro stations, which we found very comfortably. It was also good that there was a supermarket very close to the hostel.

In the city was one cafe that we really liked; it was not close to a street, very calm, with nice wooden tables and, once, life-music. The name was Cafe Bogner; Jilska 18, Stare Mesto. You can drink something there but also eat; the prices where measured on german standarts cheap. A good place to go for eating Pizza or noodles is the “Pizzeria Udominikana” also in the Stare Mesto, but unfortunatelly I forgot to write down the street. Our most favourite one was Cafe Gulu Gulu, where you can eat french or italian cuisine; Tynska 12, Praha 1. It has a fresh style and a backyard where you can sit. Especially the service was nice.

We would always recommend to go to the gardens next to the Hradschin. The view over the city is great. And we enjoyed going through the smaller streets because there weren´t to many tourists.

Dec 02, 2004 13:38 | Peter

A good restaurant we visited was Istanbul Kebab located in the corner of Opletalova and Politickych Veznu. We went to an Irish pub named Riley O´Reilly´s that was great. It was located near Vaclavske Namesti, at Stepanska street. We also liked a nightclub called Music Club Nr 11 that lays near the Vltava river and the Narodni Divadlo on Narodni street.

Dec 02, 2004 13:40 | Hesham

For the clubs I recomend Lucerna Music Bar on fridays it is really nice environment and great music, also karlovy lazne is good on weekdays but full of teens, Duplex is a grat club to go also but it is only open on Thursday to Saturday, we have been also to a music club called Domenka it was great nice music and frendly people.

Dec 02, 2004 13:41 | Stephen and Marie

We had a wonderful holiday in Prague. Everything you arranged worked out perfectly. Our flight from the UK was delayed by 90 minutes but the taxi driver was still waiting for us. The hotel was ideal – very friendly, comfortable and in a particularly convenient position.

We went on three most enjoyable trips – 2 hr city tour, ghost walk and evening dinner cruise which were all worthwhile and good value and we had a memorable meal at the Bazaar restaurant overlooking the city. We will certainly return in the near future and will contact you again to help with the arrangements.

Thank you once again for all your help and efficient arrangements – we have recommended your organisation to our friends and are sure you will be getting some more bookings from Nottingham!

Dec 02, 2004 13:42 | Phil

I just wanted to let you know that my friends and I had a great time in Prague and I would highly recommend the Hotel Tenax. The staff at reception were extremely friendly & helpful and there was always someone there to say hello to. It was also great to know that if I wanted another can or two of Pilsner at 4am, I didn’t have to go out into the streets.

I can recommend one restaurant to your clients – Palffy Palac which is a french restaurant at Valdstejnska 14 in Praha 1. The restaurant gets a mention in the latest edition of Lonely Planet and it is definitely worth a visit. The menu is varied and extensive, the cellar has some great labels and the wait staff knew exactly what they were talking about with the food and wine. For 3 of us, having 4 courses and a bottle of wine, we paid 3,600 KR. We were very satisfied and I will go back on my next trip to Prague.

The only places I wouldn’t recommend are the places located around the old town square. They are staffed by gruff and angry waiters, who often refuse to speak English, put additional purchases on your bill and serve you when they are ready regardless if you are or not. We stayed away from these restaurants.

Dec 02, 2004 13:42 | Peter

Thank you for your assistance in arranging our accomodation in Praha. We have now returned from what was a wonderful trip to a beautiful city and have already vowed to return as soon as we can.

There were a great many places that we visited in our ten days there, and most of them, I am sure, you are already familiar with as they are the normal tourist places.

However, near to the Hostel Budec on the street Lublanska we found a very nice bar-restaurant called “Martin’s Irish Bar” which, although it didn’t have much in common with the bars I have visited in the Republic of Ireland, had a very cosy atmosphere and served cheap beer and good food. We ate there several times, not only out of convenience for its’ location to the hostel, but also out of choice.

Dec 02, 2004 13:43 | Anna

We was last weekend in prag! it was very nice. The hostel is very central and also quite clean (the building is very old and the showers are not very good).

About the city I can say that the best bar was the CHO CHO bar a little very nice and alternative bar with just 5 tables. The barmaid makes veeery good Coctails for just 80.- or 100.- Kc. It is in the old Prag center near the staromestske namesti (3 min on foot)...

Dec 02, 2004 13:44 | Wolfgang Hitsch

First of all thanks for booking the hostel Tyn. We had a wonderful stay there… the hostel is really great, friendly helpful people – no problems at all. We definitely recommend it!

Our stay was really nice… you asked us to let you know what we liked most and what we recommend. So here it is: a very nice area (our favourite one) was the castle ares (lesser side). We loved the Pub Walking Tour (the Company is called “City Walking Tours” – they are the ones with the yellow umbrellas!). The tour was great, our guide was really nice, showed us some nice pubs and knew a lot about prague history by the way – it was a nice start into prague nightlife.

For eating we enjoyed having dinner in “Restaurace U Benedikta” (Bediktska 11, Praha 1) Typical food for a good price – and we felt like a lot of local people go there too. We definitely did not like “U Fleku” – all the written guides say it is a must see. So we went there and were disappointed. Overprized and almost too much tourist like. (yes I know we were tourists – but this was too much ;-)

A very quiet bar we like to drop in and have a rest (there´s not to many people in there and thats fine) was the “From dusk till dawn” right besides the Hostel Tyn. Really friendly barkeepers and good cocktails – not too much action in there – just the right thing to have a drink after a full day of sightseeing.

So – you see we really enjoyed our stay. Thanks again!

All the Best

Wolfgang and Dominik, Innsbruck

Dec 02, 2004 13:45 | Olivia

We had a wonderful stay in Praha, this city is so beautiful and amazing ! The hostel Elf was great. Nice welcoming, cool environment. We loved the paintings everywhere on the walls. (It’s a pity that some rooms smelled so bad).

I just want to give one good adress : restaurant Kammeny Most, near Charles Bridge. Very nice atmosphere : this restaurant is actually on the water. We ate czech specialities there, it was quite good. I finally want to thank you for everything you made for us. I wish you all the best.

Dec 02, 2004 13:47 | robert

we accounted, that i write you some words about my days in prague. so, the hostel was quite fine and so was the bus connection to the centre of the city. in the night, we always took a taxi (last bus around midnight). cheapest taxis are standing not far in front of the “muzeum” (the black ones) that drive you home correctly to the hostel “alia” for 100 crowns.

days were cool, people nice and the beer in the bars good even though rather expensive in the old town of course. one tipp: there is a music bar (nice, almost czech people) near the old town. each evening there is a concert, on mondays jam sessions, on tuesday we saw a great janis joplin cover band. a beer costs 24 crowns. located? leave the metro at mustek and go down the “narodni” until you achieve a big shopping centre on the left side of the street (tesco). then a few more meters and on the right side down the cellar is this bar. i forgot the name.

don’t go to the so called “biggest and greatest irish pub” of prague. expensive and all but irish music and flair…

i don’t wanna write about the sights although they are amazing (castle, jewish quater, ...) but everybody can inform about them in one of the thousands of informationpoints and offices.

Dec 02, 2004 13:47 | Katarzyna Hordejuk

We had a wonderful time in Prague! The hostel service was great, the room was big and bright. However, the shower curtains were dirty and the shower handles were kind of rusty. The room could use a little lamp near the beds. There were 2 sources of light in the room, but neither one was near the bed.

We’ve been in many cafes and restaurants in Prague. “Dobra Cajovna” (Vaclavske Namesti) was comfy, one could relax sitting barefoot on pillows and the choices of tea was impressive. “Little Cesear’s” (Narodni Trida) is an American franchise that offers wonderful pizza. It was great to find it in Prague. In “Jo’s Bar & Garaz” (near Malostranske Namesti) one could eat tasty tex-mex food – burritos, enchiladas – and choose one of the alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. “Franz Kafka Cafe” (Siroka) nice atmosphere, great hot chocolate and medovnik.

By accident we came across a possibility of shooting to target using an old fashion cross-bow at Zlata Ulicka. It was super! The info about cross-bows was not to be found in any of the travel guides – what a pity! We’ve also got a taste of a beach in the center of the city – near Hradczany there is a restaurant with top roof and sand (named Bazar). The waiters however are fakely nice and do not bother to give you back your change.

Dec 02, 2004 13:49 | Paula Benton

The Dum U Tri Houslicek was excellent – just what we needed. The main room was very large and would easily have accommodated 3 people. The location of the accommodation was perfect – surrounded by good restaurants and bars, very close to the castle and Charles Bridge. It might be worth warning people about that the apartment is up 3 flights of stairs in case they have mobility problems (although it wasn’t a problem for us).

I was very impressed by the choice of restaurants, all very close to the accommodation. We particularly liked the Campo group of restaurants (particularly Bazarre – with the roof top garden and mini beach!). I would definitely recommend a river cruise (on one of the smaller boats). We also got the railway to the ‘Eiffel Tower’, which in itself wasn’t that impressive but it was a lovely stroll down again, stopping off for a drink on the way!

Hope this feedback helps. I will definitely book through you on our next visit to Prague and have recommended you to friends.

Dec 02, 2004 13:49 | Gabor

our stay in Prague was excellent! It was our first time there, and we were impressed by how much this city has to offer. We’re planning another visit in the near future to check out some stuff that we didn’t have enough time for. The hostel was OK, but I have to mention that car parking was not completely free (100 CZK), as opposed to what we were offered, but it’s still very reasonable. The pubs we visited were the following:

U Fleku (of course): very nice beer, good food. A little expensive though, but the atmosphere is good. Service is OK, but they always overcharge the bills.

U Vejvodu (old town): very good food, good beer, reasonable prices, good atmospehere. Service is a little cumbersome after midnight… but it’s well worth the visit.

U Cerneho Vola (castle): we liked it a lot. Good to stop by in the castle for a beer (or two) and grab something to eat.

U Sedmi Svabu (nerudova): our favorite place. Very nice food, excellent beer and very nice atmosphere.

U Bubenicku (not sure about the name, Myslikova street): quiet little restaurant. Beer is good (where isn’t?), food is only mediocre and overpriced (or bill was overcharged). Only chech menu. I wouldn’t recommend it.

Looking forward to the next visit,

Dec 02, 2004 13:50 | Szabo Laszlo

The journey started in Budapest and it took us about six hours by car. We arrived to Prague in the middle of the afternoon and we could easily find our way to the Hostel. The service was good, the receptionists were friendly and flexible, and they gave us some choice on the way we would like to pay and also on the time to leave the room on the last morning. In my opinion the rooms and bathroom were not clean enough for the price we paid, but this was the only negative point. We then started our tour around the most famous pubs in town; a Hungarian book was our guide. The pubs we visited:

Krcma u Petarka Na Rybnicku A pub for young people, on Saturday night there is a DJ, but it isn?t a disco. Cheap pub. The waiters are very young. Rate: *

Pivovarsky Dum Lipova 15. A nice place to have a lunch or dinner, but if you want just a beer, you have to stay at the counter. They have many kinds of house-beers as cherry, banana, coffee or chilli. The classic house-beer is excellent, everything on middle prices, although the place looks quite fancy. Rate: ****

U Cizku Karlovo namesti 34. One of the places where we ate, the food is very good. The service is fast, not expensive. There is a big cellar, where we can enjoy live music. A calm restaurant frequently visited by huge excursions of tourists The ?cizkuv gulas? is one of the best foods I ate in Prague! Rate: ***

Novomestky Pivovar Vodickova 20. We wanted to drink just a beer, but it was full. Rate: -

Pub near Branicky sklipek Vodickova ??? A typical ?Just a PUB? without food, nothing special. Rate: *

Branicky sklipek Vodickova 26. Nice place, but we didn?t have place in the restaurant part, just in the bar. Rate: **

U zlate konvice Melantrichova 20. A very expensive place, the service is very slow, but we just drank one beer. Bad smell!!! The waiter stays outside and tries to catch people to visit his Pub. There is a cellar too, I have been there previously and they serve delicious cocktails, this time we were not invited to that cellar, maybe it was closed. Rate: *

After this we watched the big, famous clock at 21:00.

U zlate trumpety Tynska ulicka 2. A jazz pub with live music, middle-prices, the waiters were a little bit drunk ?! But we liked it. The atmosphere was very international. We didn?t try the food, but some of the dishes looked really good. Rate: ***

Pivrncova hospoda Maiselova 3. It is written on the door that it?s open from 11. We were there at 1145, but there was a flower in front of the door that meant it was closed, so we couldn?t try this. Rate: -

We tried to visit the Jewish museum, but it was Saturday so it was closed.

U Rudolfina Krizovnicka 10. Typical smokey /on the ground-floor,/ restaurant, but there is a cellar, too, with good food, the serve is fast. Rate: ***

Na Kampe 15. /Pub II./ Na Kampe 15. A nice restaurant! We could eat a very good beer-cheese with very tasty toasts. The waiter was extremely nice. The all place is cleaner and more pleasant than most of the pubs we have visited. Rate: ****

We visited the John Lennon wall and met a group of his fans playing and singing in a circle, interesting atmosphere.

U Svateho Tomase Letenska 12. A nice, big restaurant in the cellar. There was black house-beer ?Ferdinand?. Expensive place, and the big beer is only 4 dl! Rate: **

After this there was a RUSH concert in the T-mobile arena. Some of us went there, the others visited the Fun fair that is very empty at this time of the year.

Sunday morning we travelled back home.

The whole tour around Prague made us meet many of the nice cows included in the cow parade! They make the city happier.

We like the city.

Jan 03, 2005 10:10 | Eduardo Diaz

Hi,

How far is Cesky Krumlov from the centre of Prague?

Could you recommend trip to this city?

Feb 08, 2005 19:26 | Iris Redikin

Has anyone stayed at this hotel. It looks ok for the price but I am a bit wary without a recommendation. Please help.

Mar 09, 2005 09:15 | Ole from Norway

Do anyone know anything about Pension Avalon Tara or Pension U zlateho jelena that I have to know?

Apr 10, 2005 15:42 | Aimee

Maybe this is a real bad idea, but I would love to visit Prague but can’t stand to be away from my three year old son. I thought about camping at Kotva Branik, maybe Joey can go swimming in the vitava?

I want to find some activities that he will like. Any ideas?

Thank You! Aimee

Apr 13, 2005 22:19 | Dana

Highly not recommended due to the danger of the neighbouring streets.

I was robbed from my room hotel during the night.

They took my bag with money,passports and credit cards.

The police told us that it was not the first time.

The owner refused talking to him.

Not even a word of apology.

Don’t stay there !!!

Apr 17, 2005 00:10 | Tzipora Falik

I would like to find reasonable accomodation within walking distance from the congress center in Prague for May 6th untill the 10th 2005

Thanks a lot for your help

Tzipora

Apr 18, 2005 17:45 | Cozmo

Hi,

I’m coming from Canada and seeking where to find all the cute Czech women! I am thinking about a vacation there in the very near future. Let me know!

Cheers,

Cozmo
May 04, 2005 10:44 | Ann Winrow

Coming to Prague with 3 friends June 12-16 from UK, age range 40/50. Could you give me your opinion of the Hotel Merkur, it’s suitablility for sightseeing & location for eating out. This is our first trip so any advice would be welcome.

Many thanks Ann

Jun 06, 2005 13:14 | Karin Söderbäck

Hello!

We are a couple, 27 and 29 years, coming to Prague 22-27th of June. This is our first visit to Prague. We are looking for a nice hostel/hotel. We are quite price-sensitive so something quite cheap but preferrably clean and not to far away from the centre. Private bathroom is not necessary. Can anyone recommend something?

thanks in advance

Karin

Jun 09, 2005 14:50 | Prego

Where does all the american women hang out in Prague?? Holla back if you know!

Jun 10, 2005 22:02 | Erin Raymond

I am going to be driving to this hotel from Germany. Can anyone give me directions?

Jun 28, 2005 09:29 | Claire

My partner, my mother and I will be travelling to prague in August and are interested in cheap but clean accommodation on the outskirts of prague. Can you recommend anything?

Jun 28, 2005 12:32 | Robert Galloway

My wife and I are travelling to Prague at the beginning of September this year and would appreciate any comments on the above accommodation which we have provisionally booked for that period – especially room size and condition.

Jul 05, 2005 02:22 | Novie

My husband and I are planning for a sight-seeing visit in Prague on the 15th of July til the 18th. We’ll be taking the train from Nurnberg, Germany to Prague. Approximately, we will be in Praque before midnight. Could you accommodate us? Please tell us more about your hotel/pension and how far is it from the center?

Thank you very much and looking forward to be in Praque.

Jul 05, 2005 14:21 | KAM

HIYA, WHAT CURRENCY IS USED NOW IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC ? IS IT THE EURO OR KORONA…..?

Jul 06, 2005 16:09 | Alfonso

Hi! I’m writing you from Italy. Yesterday I read an accomodation offer on an Italian website concerning EURO HOTEL in Prague but I cannot find any web site talking about it. Please could you give me some information about this hotel? Is it near from the town center or not? Do you suggest me to stay there?

Thank you in advance and regards

Alfonso

Jul 08, 2005 04:22 | jeff

I’d like to stay somewhere centrally located for touring so I’m thinking that rules out the old town (maybe you know of a nice place though), and I don’t want it to be right in the thick of the action as in I want quiet to sleep and I want somewhere safe (not like the Kafka as another poster got robbed there) and a comfortable bed and a nice clean bathroom. Ammenities would be nice helpful people, non smoking room, and someone reliable to get me to the airport on time when I leave.So please tell me what I have to spend and where you would suggest. Yes I’ll be there during high season July 31- Aug.3. Thanks.

Jul 12, 2005 17:11 | Gareth

Who ever reads this, i’m wondering where the best place in prague would be to stay, would it be best to stay ni the city center or outside of the city centre.

There are about 15 of us going and would like to be closest to all the parties and nightlife.

oes anyone also know of any apartments for rent in Prague?

Jul 25, 2005 16:32 | jaja

We are going on our first ever visit to Prague and would like it to be a honeymoon weekend break. Read great reviews about this hotel when it comes to service and breathtaking views but location seems to be an issue ( though we wanted to stay away from the stag night venues we also do not want to spend too much time walking to get to places). Any further comments please?

Jul 27, 2005 22:09 | Liviu Suciu

Hello, does anybody know anything about hostels ELF or VESTA? Are they really far away from the center and how is the neighborhood, is it safe? How about the rooms, are they clean?

Thanks!
Aug 03, 2005 22:19 | Alan Bride

Hi there,

I am arriving in Prague on the 18th December and I have two young children one is 4 and the other is just 1 year old. Can you recommend any good restaurants to take them, also are families allowed in the bars or do they not allow kids in. We are comming to look at the markets and would welcome any handy tips.

Thanks Alan.

Aug 03, 2005 22:36 | Alan Bride

Hi There,

For Christmas can you suggest any good market towns that we can travel to via train, we are staying at the Hotel city Inn next to the station and thought that a trip outside the city would be great, we like to explore and we have young children, who would like to experience the christmas atmosphere in the markets.

Thanks Alan.

Sep 24, 2005 21:25 | joanne gibbons

am staying in slavia hotel think its pargue 10. want some advise on how to get to hotel by public transport or if it would be easier to get taxi or express mini bus, if you could even just tell me the closest tram station to it would be great please.

thanks very much

joanne gibbons

Oct 14, 2005 18:06 | Orlando
Are there many types of transport in prague, who goes far from de inner city, and far from all the places that we have got to visit?The buses stay until which hour at night. The taxi are expensive?
Thanks
Oct 14, 2005 18:10 | Orlando

could you please, informe me about cheap places to have lunch and bars to go at night for dancing, ande have fun with my wife.We will be at Melantrich hotel, and is this hotel far from all the bars to go at night?

Oct 21, 2005 18:20 | Jay

where is the best palce to go to get high class female escorts?

Oct 30, 2005 00:40 | Laroy

Me and my wife would like to travel to Prague during the Christmas period. What’s Prague like during the period?

Are all the shop close on 24th, 25th & 26th?

Any special event?

Nov 01, 2005 01:04 | jamie

hello

I plan to visit prague in feb for 5 days. I need a hotel (or appt) which will fit all of my family in ! THere are 2 adults, a 9 year old and 2 years old twins. I dont want to book two rooms if i can help it and i do want to book 2 cots in my room.

EG : 3 beds and two cots.

Any idea on what area?

It needs to be central and close to resturants but not in the middle of stag night hell! (is prague quiet in feb anyway?)

Also any ideas what to do with children when we are in Prague?

thank you

Nov 09, 2005 23:12 | Lee

Can anyone help? I am best man for an English stag party of 28 going to Prague next Friday, 18th November. Where is the best ‘area’ to go where tere is lotsof choice of different bars close together? As we are such a big group we need to have a ‘patch’ that is easy for us all to go to different bars and pick out a meeting place for later on.

Also, any tips for a good old cheap ‘local pub’ for an afternoon, we are staying at Hotel Atlantic on Na Porici 9.

Cheers in advance.

Nov 10, 2005 18:34 | gaz

going to prague next may on a stag,have been told to stay in prague 7,is this true

Nov 29, 2005 08:50 | Dragos

Hi!

Did anyone of you stay at this pension? How is it?

Nov 29, 2005 08:52 | Dragos

Hi!

Did anyone of you stay at this pension? How is it?

Dec 08, 2005 05:19 | Lightning Rod

What can I say, I’m a freak. Not gay but into trannies.

What am I to do. Berlin also…

Dec 12, 2005 18:12 | Stevo

Hi,

Wich club(s) should we really go on new year’s eve? Is there any special stuff going on where we could / should go?!

Are there places where you can only get in by pre-sale on that night?

I heard of a club with 4 or 5 floors with different music styles, is it really that good?

Grtz from Belgium

Stevo

Jan 03, 2006 17:23 | Zoe

Hi,

I spent NY 2004 in Prague and loved it. I’m returning on 26 Jan for 4 days with a mixed buch (couples,singles, male,female)and need some hints on where to drink. Last time I came I spent most of the time drinking in bars around Wencelas square which i found a bit pricey. Also, our hotel was in the suburbs so we had to haggle with taxi drivers every night to get back to our hotel. I’m looking to book accomodation more central….any ideas? There are 9 of us.

Jan 04, 2006 12:41 | Bass

We are a small group of friends going to Prague end of Januray, and we are thinking of staying at Holiday Inn Express. Does anyone recommend it, and what should we watch out for?

Also, what is Prague like at that time of year…?

Thanks.

Jan 06, 2006 14:41 | Geordie

Am visiting with a large stag party and Hotel Cechie as been suggested as somewhere to stay. Are there any bars around there and is it easy getting in and out of the city centre?

Jan 22, 2006 19:39 | zoe

Hi. Arriving on thursday 26th. Just wondering what kind of weather to expect. Has it been snowing? Is it cold?

Feb 19, 2006 19:27 | mark

hi, I’m going to prague around the end of feb – early march. Originally there was going to be several of us, but the others had to bail last minute, so I can either hold off (we all have travel insurance on our tickets) or go on my own. I’m thinking about still going, but I’m wondering if you know of any groups that I could join once I’m there (are there options for pub crawls for students for example, or travel groups once i’m there?)

thx!

mark

Feb 24, 2006 09:42 | ww

Hi! I’m travelling alone and am deciding between 4 hostels.

They are namely:

1) Apple Hostel

2) Tyn Hostel

3) Hostel Juniors

4) Imperial Hostel.

Because I have a time crunch, I’m looking for well located, safe hostels with a good friendly crowd. Thank you!

Feb 28, 2006 14:43 | Adrian

Can you confirm that as long as my passport expirt date is after I come back from Prague that I am ok to travel to the Czech Republic? I am travelling to Prague on the 25th of March for a few days and my British passport expires on April 29th.

Accoring to the Czech embassey web siten this is ok, I do not need to have another 6 months past my retrun date. Can you confirm?

Mar 19, 2006 20:00 | Tomas

I’d like to stay for two nights but system always change it to three; is it possibble to stay in hostels in Praque for two nights?

Mar 29, 2006 17:31 | michele

As I recently went over Prague with my friends as a part of my travel trip around Europe I like to write a little bit about. We stayed in Prague only for two days in hotel Julis – is in Wenceslas Square ? very centre but little hectic area. We got good lastminute deal over the internet at : http://www.aaaahotels.com/ because in February is not season and the rates are very low ? might be 50 % off regular season rates . The weather in February was not so good probably the best to see Prague is in May or June. After having talk to receptionist and getting advices we went out for Prague Castle over the Old town square and Charles Bridge. We had great dinner in the restaurant Kolkovna is near by Old town Square I recommend food delicious. We will definitely come back to Prague for longer time. Can anyone recommend any info for events, actions taking place in Prague or best time to visit Prague this year.

Mar 31, 2006 13:48 | Shane

There are 10 of us travelling to Prague on the weekend of April 21st. Can anyone recommend city centre hotels in a SAFE area as we had a very bad experience in Barcelona last year.

Thanks in advance for any help…

Shane

Mar 31, 2006 13:48 | Shane

There are 10 of us travelling to Prague on the weekend of April 21st. Can anyone recommend city centre hotels in a SAFE area as we had a very bad experience in Barcelona last year.

Thanks in advance for any help…

Shane

May 11, 2006 22:44 | Jason

I will be arriving in Prague at the end of May. I will be traveling alone, but this shouldn’t stop me from having a good time, right? Just looking for some fun places to check out while I am there. I’m 22 years old, so still on the younger side of things. Thanks for the help.

May 23, 2006 23:44 | Lindsay

does anybody know how many visitors there are a year that go to the charles’ bridge, and if there is any fee to walk on it. As well are there any regulations to the bridge?

Jun 01, 2006 17:52 | Sheila S

Hi, I keep hearing that taxis rip off tourists and are expensive, is there no way to pre-book a taxi [as you can in other countries] to collect you from the airport ?

Jun 13, 2006 01:26 | eurotrotterguy

Has anyone used Google Earth much as a resource for planning trips and finding out where the sights in prague are? www.http://exploreglobe.net has some free downloads of placemarkers linking to photos and info and also good transportation info as well in and around the city. Has anyone else used similar resources?

Jul 02, 2006 22:16 | heinrich

If you want to have a nice holidays in Prague you shoouldn’t stay at hotel “Otar” Why? Because there guests are like foeg

Jul 05, 2006 11:45 | Ann

Hi,

Just wondering if all the shops and markets are open between christmas and new year in prague? Also wondering about the cost of eating out?

Thanks

Regards

Ann

Jul 18, 2006 22:06 | Jie

hi, there

I am living in Sweden and going to Prague for travel since July 23 and will stay until July 28. Then I have plan to go Berlin by train.

I wonder what is the train price for this journey if I book at Prague? Any tip for train purchase?

I know it is possible to book train ticket on

http://reiseauskunft.bahn.de/bin/query.exe/en

and the discount ticket price is 39 euro per adult.

The problem is there is no e-ticket and the ticket must be sent by post, which needs 8 days. However I am leaving soon and have no chance to receive it before I leave.

Any one know something about the train ticket from Prague to Berlin?

Thanks in advance!

Jul 22, 2006 11:08 | Jon

Hi,

I’m with a party of 40 that are visiting Prague next Thursday for a couple of days and staying on Na Porici.

The weather is meant to be good so ideally would like some tips on bars which have a beer garden or are large enough to fit a large group in.

Also, any recommendations for clubs to visit. Ideally would like some indie music?

cheers

Jul 24, 2006 07:01 | Kati

Hello

Can you tell me some ideas what a man can do in Prague with children (ages between 7 and 13). I know the ZOO, but what else you can suggest? Is there for example any places to go to swim in Prague or near Prague? What about cultural events for children? Travelling will be in July-August.

Many thanks

Kati

Jul 24, 2006 16:59 | Olivier

Hello,

my name is Olivier, I’m french and I’ll be in Prague with two other friends in friday the 29th of July.

It would be great to have a drink with someone who knows about the city, the pubs, the momuments, etc.

Don’t hesitate to contact me!

So see you maybe in a few days!

Olivier

Jul 26, 2006 19:35 | John

A group of us heading to Prague later in the year are looking for an 8-person room.

This hostel appears on very few sites – it seems ideal, but i am a littl ewary as it seems to be little publicised. – Any advice or reports?

Thanks in advance.

Aug 04, 2006 13:12 | natasa

We do organize cool “Madonna trip” (including accommodation, transfers, CONCERT and AFTERPARTY). Visit www.concertsinprague.com

CU at the party :)

Natasa

Aug 04, 2006 13:14 | natasa

For unique concert (including afterparty) in unique city visit www.concertsinprague.com

Kind regards

Natasa

Aug 17, 2006 17:54 | stacey

hi, i am goint to prague tomorow and i wanted to ask how old do you have to be to go in bars.

thanks

Aug 18, 2006 13:51 | Shan

for 3 persons(students), does anybody have idea where to live near the main train station?

Thank you..

Aug 19, 2006 17:25 | sue

Hi, I want to go to Berlin from Prague, I would like to ask if the price different from buying it online or at the station. Also, where would be the chestest place to buy train ticket?

many thanks!

Sue

Aug 23, 2006 08:49 | Burak

My travel agency suggested me a 4 * hotel named “inter hotel olympik”. I’m not quite sure about neighborhood. Any information regarding to the hotel and its whereabouts will be appreciated.

Thank you in advance…

adress is “Sokolovska 138, Praha 8”

Sep 14, 2006 13:02 | June

We are 4 girls travelling to Prague in January next year…

Do you have any suggestions on hotels/appartments central in Prauge that is not to expencive?

Sep 25, 2006 18:10 | mireia

Hi there

I will visit Prague in october, and wish to know if there is any street market there.

Thanks

Sep 30, 2006 12:17 | Nemmy

Hi, I am visiting Prague in December and would like to know the ways to get to Old Town from the Airport.

I know I can get a taxi but what other ways are there and is there any information on the web?

Thanks!

Oct 09, 2006 16:14 | Tolga

Heyy, i m going to visit prague this week and i need advises for nightlife… Where are the nice clubs? What to do there? please reply soon:D

Oct 09, 2006 21:46 | Maggie

Hello everybody :-)

We are young couple 32 and 35 year old (me and my boyfriend) and we coming to Prague to celebrate a New Year 2006 :-)

We will arrive 30.12 and leave on 02.01.2007

Will be a big pleasure to meet people there and those who would like to join us to celebrate the parties with us :-)

If somebody is is interested please just drop me an e-mail :-)

We are speaking french, english and polish (ok german as well but not too much :-)

Cheers and see you then :-)

Maggie

Oct 15, 2006 21:24 | radebe

me and a few mates are going over to prague in a couple of weeks (2nd november 2006), and are all into indie and rock etc….. would there be any bars that play this kind of music as appose to the techno, rave music thats seems to be common from looking on some websites. we are staying in the hotel legie first night, but havnt booked anywhere for the following 2 nights so was also wondering if there was anywhere pretty decent but cheap near the centre?

Oct 17, 2006 00:58 | icspi

Hi there,

I’m trying to find out in which street of Holesovice was taken this picture…. Can someone help me?

http://staff.truemetal.it/Paola/header.jpg

thank you very much, even if I know it’s a really hard thing!

Oct 18, 2006 15:18 | Dawn

What happens at xmas in Prague? Is it worth a visit with 15 and 18 year old daughters? Tell me everything. Thanks

Oct 23, 2006 16:37 | Tony

Hi all, I will be in Prague week of 6th November leaving on the 11th – would love to see the sights with a nice or not so nice female fun buddy! Will take care of the food and drink in return for just a few laughs!

Nov 07, 2006 00:51 | Robert

I am thinking of visiting Prague in January 2007. Is this the best time to see the city? Are major attractions such as the street markets closed at this time of the year? Where is the best area of the city to look for hotels?

Hope someone can help.

Many thanks

Robert

Nov 27, 2006 14:46 | Alex

Hi everyone!

We are three fellas from Switzerland and we will be in Prague for New Year’s Eve.

We are looking for nice place to spend our time in Prague.

If you know great pubs,bars,clubs,... please let me know!

Cheers!

Dec 04, 2006 14:50 | Hélder

Hello!!

How is the weather in Prague in December? Is it cold? Is it snowing?

Obrigado!

Dec 12, 2006 01:28 | joel

I am male late 20s and travelling to prague thursday 14th to Sunday the 17th, if anyone is doing the same and fancies meeting up, get in touch!

Dec 13, 2006 07:24 | MiniCooper

You can download this walking tour to your phone, really handy if you’re going to be exploring the city.

http://www.wattpad.com/3714

Dec 13, 2006 17:52 | Artin

Hi…

Some nice girl past with me the 3 days i was in praha?

;-)

Dec 14, 2006 23:35 | Jason Wise

I visited Prague this week with my wife and one evening we visited the 7 Angels Restaurant.

Despite being informed that this restaurant did take credit cards, when we finished our meal the waiter informed us that the restaurant only took cash.

I could not believe so I asked again to confirm and they reiterated that they only took cash.

I then had to leave my wife at the table while I went to a cashpoint as we did not have enough cash on us to pay for the meal.

The couple on the next table said they had been told earlier that day that the restaurant only took cash for tax reasons. This sounds very strange to me!

I was also not very impressed with the service and meal.

The waiters kept asking us for our orders even though we had already ordered via another waiter, and my wife’s mushrooms were tinned not fresh and the croquettes were from frozen.

All in all, I really would recommend anyone steer clear of this restaurant!!!!

Dec 18, 2006 17:50 | p

hello

i m in prague from the 15th to 18th of Jan…any suggestion on any good night clubs specially any salsa clubs??? any place to meet up lovely local ladies????

any recomendations would be highly appreciated

thanx

p

Dec 22, 2006 17:33 | Viola

Hello,

may i ask a question about the public transport in Prague? How long does it work on the New Year’s Eve? Is it possible getting back to the hotel (Prague 6) from the inner city? I am afraid they have shorter opening hours in this time. Thanks for your answer and congratulation to the Prague-spot, it is great and very useful!!!

Bye:

Viola.
Dec 25, 2006 05:38 | travelover

My best friend and I will be in Prague for New Years and we would love to meet up with others who would like to join us in a gay pub crawl. At midnight? Charles bridge of corse!!

Dec 29, 2006 11:33 | Jo

Hi, I have booked a surprise trip to Prague for my boyfriend’s birthday and would be very grateful if locals or previous visitors would be able to recommend any nice vegetarian restaurants, cool bars/clubs, casinos or gigs, films, markets on whilst we are there. Have been looking at different sites but unfortunately not find anything for dates required – We are arriving on the afternoon of Monday, 8Th Jan and will be leaving the following Friday afternoon. Many Thanks!!

Dec 30, 2006 01:05 | ella

I am travelling in prague for 3 days in January.

Does anyone have any recommendation/areas for hotels or hostel near public transport and city centre, which includes breakfast and private bathroom?

Also, I arrive in prague quite late at night, what is the best method to get to the hotel?

thanks

Jan 03, 2007 10:36 | Rick

Hello everyone,

One of our freinds is getting Married..so we 6 freinds have decided to give him away to his bride..very well trained …so can anyone let us know what are the best places to Party and stay in Prague …we just hear its the best place to be in now a days.

Thanks.

PK

Jan 04, 2007 20:32 | Danni

I am visiting Prague in feb with my boyfriend and my parents. Where can we go out at night midweek, which will be quite lively (no stripping pls. Then again the men may want some!). Also how cold will it be? I have been before in Jan but it looks really warm by prague standards this year???????

Jan 06, 2007 21:13 | Pete

me and my best friend are going to see another friend of ours in Prague. He is not from there so we have no idea what to do while we are there. Any thoughts and ideas are greatly appreciated. We are all from Houston Texas (please no jokes, I am Proud Texan ) please help if you can

Jan 09, 2007 01:14 | Andrew

I’m a Italian man 33 years old who come to praha from 18 to 22. On the week-end I wanna book some table in disco so I’m looking for some female to have fun together.

Jan 09, 2007 01:15 | Andrew

I’m a Italian man 33 years old who come to praha from 18 to 22. On the week-end I wanna book some table in disco so I’m looking for some female to have fun together

Jan 10, 2007 22:23 | dot

there will be 17 women off to Prague in march and we would like advice on nightlife in the new town area. we are staying near wencelas square. We like lively!

Jan 11, 2007 19:58 | tony

hi i`m going to prague for the first time next week for my 40th birthday along with 10 friends where are best cheap bars and what is the red light district like been told darlings is a good bar to visit.were staying near to wenceslas square

Jan 12, 2007 13:58 | Mario

Hi, coming to prague with a group of friends on 02/02/2007 from the UK to party, party and more party. Have heard some amazing things about the place and coming along to experience the maximum nightlife that prague has to offer.

Im also interested in meeting the beautiful easter european girls and to party with them. Could please tell me where is the best place to meet girls from Prague?

Jan 30, 2007 01:26 | Jim

Hi

Thinking of booking Bily Lev in Zizkov.. Has anyone stayed here before? Is Zizkov a good base to stay?

Many thanks

Jim

Feb 20, 2007 18:43 | Scouselad

Goin to Prague at end of April (wencselas sq area)- where would you recommend in that area – Please ALL post as many replies, so I get fair Idea, nice one!!

Mar 06, 2007 14:58 | Becky

Hi i was just wondering i’m looking to book accomodation at the Hotel Michael in Prague but can’t seem to find any reviews on this hotel anywhere. Does anyone know what it is like and how far away from the center of Prague it. Any feedback would be very much appreciated. Thank you.

Mar 11, 2007 16:25 | Renata

Could anybody tell where the Congress Center (TR.5. Kvetna 65) is located, and where the the most convenient accommodation would be?

Any recommendations for a place neat and clean, and within the 30 E per night range?

Thanks

Mar 15, 2007 10:07 | Terry

Im from Hongkong and will be coming to Prague for a trade show in April and require an english speaking Czech girl to work with me for two weeks. Nature of work is contacting clients, little translation, helping at trade show 11-3 April. Please reply with salary expected.

Mar 17, 2007 09:50 | Gary

Hello

I am travelling to Prague next week and have booked a room at the Extol Inn Youth Hostel, Czech Republic Pristavni 2, 17000 Praha 7 – Holesovice Prague.

Can anyone tell me if it is close to the city / transport and whether the area is safe for foreign tourists?

Many thanks.

Mar 18, 2007 01:52 | Kellen

Hello. We are a group of 4 students coming to Prague from May 15 through July 30 to study at Charles Law University. Can someone please recommend short term furnished apartments for us? The apartment does not have to be luxurious; we will be traveling a lot so we wont be spending too much time there anyway. Thank you so much.

Mar 26, 2007 07:17 | Cem

hello there

i’ll be in Prague at the end of April

any cool places to be?good music,good crowd?

just mail me

Mar 26, 2007 15:03 | Ross

Any advice or recommendations on where to get good value food and drink in Prauge ( Day and Night), also advice on what to expect to pay for Food and drink.

Also best place to shop for fashionable clothing at a good price.

What currency should one carry to make it easier.

As young trendy tourists who travel a lot and hate being ripped off when in a country where language may be a stumbling block any advice on the above queries or other pointers would be greatly appreciated

Mar 30, 2007 18:09 | Tony

Hi, I am looking into going to Prague for a summer vacay and I’ll be traveling alone. I am a Black guy, are the people and culture friendly, does race matter or will I meet great people from all over and have a blast?

Apr 07, 2007 21:12 | Rita

I am a Taiwanese student going to Prague this summer to attend a short course. Which districts do you suggest for accommodation, and may I ask which streets are particularly not so safe for a female student ? As a foreigner, I do not know the local details. I would be obliged if somebody would let me know more which streets are to avoid esp. at night.

Many thanks in advance.

May 11, 2007 18:00 | Sarah

Hi,
please can you suggest any cheap hostel in the city centre? I am going to Prague in summer.

Jun 06, 2007 14:54 | julie davies

has anyone stayed here

Jun 08, 2007 19:17 | David

Hi to all,

I am planning to travel to Pruage for 10 days at July.

I like to have a single room, but inexpensive.

What is type of toilets in hotels and hotels in Paruge?

Could I find a hostel or hotel that it have a squat toilet with wash spry gun for washing instead using toilet paper? (as muslem toilets) ?

finaly, what is meeaning of “shared batroom”? do it refer to both toilet and shower?

Thank you very much in advance

Jun 12, 2007 23:54 | fireman mike

I have a reservation at the KK Fenix… How is it there and be honest??

Jun 12, 2007 23:55 | fireman mike

How friendly are czech people to Americans these days? Where can I find some single woman that may want to show me around the town?

Jun 13, 2007 13:38 | steve mcevoy

Does anyone know if Le Clan on Balbinova is still open? I have been visiting Prague for the last 7 years or so and have never been to this place but would like to visit. Any help would be gratefully received.

Many thanks

Steve

Jun 14, 2007 05:57 | Alan

Greeting:

I will be in Parague 15 Sep for five days. Do you know of computer Personal Dating Services in Parague I can join and make contact with some ladies? Thanks
Alan

Jun 20, 2007 18:18 | Lena

Hi,

I will be traveling to Prague with my parents at the end of August. We will stay for four nights. Can anyone recommend a few good apartments to stay in? We are 3 adults, prefer to stay close to the center (but taking the tram for 5-10mins is okay), and would like to stay on a low-medium budget in terms of price. Either one or two rooms is fine as long as there are enough beds (one double and one single) and a private bathroom, a kitchen is also preferred but not required. I have looked at a couple of places already, but I would prefer to hear a few recommendations/suggestions from people who have stayed there before or know the area or owners of these apartments to be sure we are getting a decent place. Thank you.

Lena

Jun 29, 2007 09:55 | marja

ANY INFO ON THE ABOVE PLEASE!

Jul 01, 2007 00:05 | Viktorija

Hi, have you ever been to this hotel? Seems to be rather far from the center Praga 10… Is it safe to stay there?! Thx your answers :)

Jul 05, 2007 20:31 | Marian

Hey people!
I am going with a group of 9 people to prague and i want to know if there are any clubs where they play nice drum and bass or goa music.

Jul 10, 2007 13:50 | Eleanor

Hi, I am heading to Prague on summer holiday. I would like to know, if the metro in Prague runs till late hours and if it is safe to use it in the night for women?

thanx for your reply

Jul 17, 2007 14:56 | steve mcevoy

Hi all

I wondered if any of you have stayed in the 4-person room at U Zlateho Jelena? I am going there as a party of 4 in October and wondered if the room size is adequate. Any comments would be gratefully received.

Thank you

Steve

Aug 01, 2007 03:44 | Ray

My wife & I will be visiting Prague in Sept. She is interested in purchasing marionettes for our grandchildren- any suggestions as to where we may purchase them. Also where is the best place to buy apple strudel.

Thank you

Aug 03, 2007 00:12 | Walter

Hi all! I´m ariving in Prague for the first time with my girlfriend on sunday (5.8) afternoon. We were wondering which is the best way to find to our Botel Racek? Any ideas? Thank you for your help!

Aug 06, 2007 19:36 | Irene Murphy

Going to Prague in Spring of 2008. What are the
dates of low season vs regular and high season.

So I can get an idea of the rate changes.

Aug 09, 2007 21:37 | Ronald

Hi!

We are visiting Prague in early September and will be staying in Praha 1.

Could you provide us with details on how to take the bus to Cesky Krumlov and the approximate cost?

Thanks!
-vancouver, Canada

Aug 15, 2007 02:03 | Alex Alexanian

nightlife in late September

Aug 16, 2007 12:32 | Fruni

Hi everyone!
I just want to know if you have an experience with www.aaaahotels.com and booking a hotel thru net. Appreciate every response. Thanks

Aug 18, 2007 22:17 | hazel

which area would be better to stay in we are a young couple so will probably be out late so somewhere with hardly any transport needed. i saw one hotel i loved but it is in lesser district what do you think ? i think its called hotel u tri capu
thanks

Aug 21, 2007 18:15 | Coralie

Hi!
I am going in Prague in a few weeks, for 4 months… I am looking for living in a collocation in the old city or the wenceslas square that seems to be the most attractive place to get out…!

can somebody advise me on that?

Do you know some collocation where I could live in?

Thank you for your help!

Coralie

Aug 22, 2007 13:35 | Matt

Hello All

I am going to Prague in October for a weekend break. Whats the nightlife like in October, do clubs close down i.e. like they do in places like Ibiza?

Thanks

Matt

Aug 25, 2007 09:58 | rob geboers
Results of my small research is that exchange office Alfa Prague (Na Příkopě 23, Praha 1) offers the best rates for both buy and sell without any commission (07/25/06 1 EUR BUY – 28.00 CZK SELL – 28.65 CZK). If anyone knows any other exchange place in the centre with better rates, please, let me know.

Try the following exchange office:
CHARAFLI s.r.o.
Address: Jungmannova 28 praha 1

Excellent rates, very friendly service with special exchange rate for VIP card holders and/or certain amount of money.

hello i did find this older article
would like to know what the rates at this moment
are at these two exchange office,s

and their opening times
because i,ll arrive in the evening
their phone numbers would be nice too

thnx in advance
rob geboers
from the netherlands

Aug 25, 2007 10:11 | bob

i,am man 50 years and planning to come
to prague

for the young people there is enough to do
i discovered the past year

but for older where do they meet and dance
and or meet other singles

Aug 28, 2007 08:23 | Grace

Hi, we are planning to have our first trip in Prague in November and have our honeymoon there. Do you have any recommendations for the hotels which are near the center of the city. So that we could walk to the famious spots easily. I search in prague-spot website for the riverside hotel, but could not find it. Could you help me find it in this website? Thank you in advance for your kind help.

Sep 07, 2007 08:14 | Alexey Romanchuk

subj
thanks

Sep 10, 2007 21:15 | Paul

Travelling in October wid Wife! Looking for somewhere to eat and drink preferably playing Soul/ northern / Jazz / Blues etc,
Staying near Charles bridge
Cheers Ma dears

Paul

Sep 10, 2007 21:22 | Paul

Can Anyone tell me of any Concerts / festivals / Parties / Celebrations / Annual events etc in October particularly around 19/20/21.
Cheers
Paul

Sep 11, 2007 18:17 | ron

Hi there,

I was wondering about the distance in miles, between Prague and the Opava District….and are there any videoteleconferencibg facilities in the Opava District.

If yes, could you provide me with contact information. I am an attorney and I’m trying to schedule a deposition, via video teleconference, from the Opava District. I am based in New York City.

Thanks

Sep 14, 2007 01:33 | Kent

I’m staying at the Novotel Praha Wenceslas Square and I’m entertaining the thought of bringing a female companion to my room for the evening. Nothing wild, just some personal one-on-one time.

Does anyone know the generally hotel policy for bringing escorts to your room? Are hotels (like Novotel) generally discreet or will they say something?

thanks in advance.

Sep 18, 2007 13:15 | Katja

helow!

On friday we will arrive in the Prague and I was wondering if anyone know this hostel? What are the rooms like, breakfast? Is it safe?

Thank you very much for your answers :)

Katja

Sep 24, 2007 07:32 | David =)

Hi from David of California…not another ex-pat! I am flying to Prague on 10 November for a lengthy stay of at least 2 months….any help on a clean room with a family, hostel or apartment would be great!!!

Thank you!!!

Sep 26, 2007 15:34 | Shane

Hello,

My name is Shane and I am from the U.S. My two friends, one from Germany and one from U.K., and I are traveling to Prague from December 28th to January 3 to partake in the New Years celebrations. I was wondering if anyone could recommend any great clubs, how to book tables, where to meet ladies and how to party like a rockstar in Prague. If anyone has any information I would greatly appreciat it. Thank you!

Sep 27, 2007 18:52 | paul

staying at the golden sickle in oct , booked a 3 bed apartment & a 4 bed apart , any info on the rooms and hostel would be most helpful thanks

Sep 28, 2007 15:15 | Neofytos Farmakis

hi my name is neofytos,i am from greece and i am a high school student.on march my scool is planning to go on a 4 days trip at prague. i would like to sugest me places(see topic) to visit at this magnificent town.

Sep 30, 2007 15:27 | Jos

Hi,

I’m looking for the name/function of the building you can see on the westbank if you’re on the bridge next to the Rudolfinum.

You can see it on google maps:
http://maps.google.com/maps?ie=UTF8&hl=en&ll=50.091729,14.412405&spn=0.002289,0.004978&t=k&z=18&om=1

Sep 30, 2007 18:38 | Silvia

at the airport we can obtain an accomodation in hotel/pension at 22 p.m.or is closed? by internet i try all hotel reserved for the time we need… thank you

Oct 18, 2007 21:23 | Jazz

hi,

staying in prague until 25th Oct. Interested in any main theatre productions etc. or sport events which may be running. I know the jazz festival and ballet are on during this time.

Thanks.

Oct 24, 2007 03:30 | Midge Stone

Any advice on other hotels in the area of the Four Seasons that would be very nice but less expensive. This hotel is in a great location for parents vsiting students abroad. Does any one have n opinion on apartments that would be comfortable, clean and convenient in the same area as the FOUR SEASONS. THANKS

Oct 25, 2007 14:37 | A unfortuante guest

We’ve just spent a long weekend in the beautiful Prague and were the unfortunate guests of Hostel Apple. In the room we discovered many bedbugs which some of us fell prey to. Personally, I’ve returned to home with more than a hundred bites (and could not count all of them).
So everybody be prepared if you go to that hostel!

Oct 29, 2007 17:31 | Anne

We spent 3 nights in the hostel and noticed the small bugs, moving in the beds. They were disgusting and bit. There were not only one or two of them, they were a lot!!! But this was the smaller problem! The bigger problem is that we probably brought them at home and so infected our homes as well.

I suspect the hostel doesn’t follow the basic hygiene rules prescribed as mandatory for hostels.

Nov 06, 2007 17:52 | Andy

Hi all,

A few mates and I are heading over to Prague for New year, and we are unsure of the best places to go. We heading over on Sat 29th, and will be looking for places to go out drinking and clubing sat/sun/mon. We are staying around the city centre.

Where are the liveliest places to go at this time of year (not necessarily the really touristy spots either)?

What time do most clubs/bars stay open until?

What are the best places to go at NY without having to book/pay for tickets in advance?

Cheers

Andy

Nov 07, 2007 00:07 | Mike

Hey all.. its great to see a forum wich gives so much information about our next weekend break..

Me and my girl are going to Prague in the first week of December..
Now its my job to find a comfortable hotel in the center of the city.. it has to be in a safe neighbourhood close to some nice disco’s..
I’ve been searching and searching and everywhere 2 hotels seem to pop up as potential good ones..

I found these 2 hotels :
Hotel Kampa garden.

Hotel Bila Labut.

These are both within our budget for a hotel.. but (as u can guess) i am trying to find out if they are in a good location close to the nightlife and in a safe neighbourhood to walk at night. i guess its more importand that its safe at night.. i rather walk 10 more minutes instead of having a bad experience on the streets.

Regards
Mike

Nov 12, 2007 12:32 | Paul

Does anybody know where the Hatton Mayweather fight wil be shown in Prague?

Nov 17, 2007 18:05 | lottie

im goin to prague soon. im 21 so i know im old enough to drink there but iv only got my provisional driving license and passport as identification, does anyone know if this will be adequate or do i need to send off for my full uk license?

thanks!

Nov 25, 2007 10:20 | anthony

Hi!
we are 2 french guys and we will probably be in Prague for the new year! I would like to know the great spot to have parties and where it is posible to meet people and espacialy girls! Thanks for your help!

Dec 07, 2007 11:57 | Simona

Hi,
is there any club in Prague which plays especially Reggae/Dancehall/Ragga?? Thanks for informations!

Dec 21, 2007 20:32 | Patric

Would love to see this as I am in Prague at the time of the match.

I love the atmosphere at Strahov Stadium.

Is there any residents, or fans, who could buy three tickets and sell them to me for a decent price?

I would be willing to pay double since I remember tickets are not too expensive there.

Thanks and VESELÉ VÁNOCE!

Dec 22, 2007 17:31 | yvonne

hi i was hoping to spend about two months in Prague in march and april my dates are flexible. I will be working during the day myself and would need internet access. i dont know anyone there, any suggestions on where to stay, shared accom, 1 bed apartment etc?
thanks and happy christmas

Dec 24, 2007 10:56 | michal

Hi. We are planning on arriving in Prague on Jan 1st. I read that there are new years fireworks on this date at 6pm. Where is the best place to stand to take a photo of the city with the fireworks above? Also,till when are the xmas decorations up in the shops & trees? thanks!!

Dec 29, 2007 01:11 | julie

Hi,
Just back again from Prague had a blissfull Christmas & Honeymoon.
Thank you so so much for a hassel freebooking and taxi service 100% trusworthy.
Many many thanks,
See you soon
Julie

Dec 29, 2007 20:27 | michal

Hi, We are arriving in Prague on Tuesday 1/1. What is the best way to book tickets for the ballet? Is it better through the net or on the spot? Are there any do’s & don’t’s about booking & which seats should we stay clear of(too far away from stage,etc). Thanks!!!

Jan 10, 2008 15:51 | charlotte

hey, has anyone stayed in this hotel before, Hotel 987? i beleive it is in the centre of prague, is this true?

Thank you
Charlotte

Jan 21, 2008 22:07 | scott howe

hey guys

4 boys heading over from glasgow this thursday coming, 24/01/08.

just wanted to know cheapest place to drink your famous czech beer, we’re staying in the panorama corinthian towers hotel which i believe is on the outskirts and i hear this is where the cheapest beer is to be found?

any advise much appreciated

Jan 28, 2008 16:03 | MARTIN SMITH

Is there currently any decent snow on the piste at Neklid, i am going to the world rookie fest “snowboarding” in 2 weeks.
Is there any snow in the town/village as well, please.

Feb 03, 2008 18:10 | gmc

i’ll be in praha from 11 to 15 and would like to meet up with some locals. i’m 32yo lawyer coming from rome and haven’t been to praha since 1992… who knows how many things have chanced since then! if there’s anyone who wants to brush up english or italian feel free to drop me a line!

Feb 06, 2008 11:14 | TeeBee

Hi

I spent a few hours in Prague last year whilst connecting with a flight. I stumbled across an Argentinian Steak house not too far from Wencles Square.

It had Red Bellied Piranha at the front, and lizards and snakes on display as well as a toucan. Seats at the bar were swings. Also had a cigar cellar.

I’d like to go back, but can’t remember the name, and I’ve not been able to find anything on the internet about it.

Does the place still exist? Can anybody help?

Thanks

TB

Feb 15, 2008 09:56 | James Moore

I found this website whilst looking for things to do it Prague and it seems like a great way to meet other young people in the city:

www.studentzone.eu

Feb 15, 2008 14:11 | Cali

Hello
I am visiting Prague tomorrow Febuary 16th for a few days, it it cold enough to wear heavy coats, hats, gloves etc or is it ok for a lighter jacket with a jumper underneath? Thanks

Feb 17, 2008 16:15 | Niels

I’m looking for hostels, hotels, pensions in Prague who are ‘Bicycle Friendle’. Does anyone know accomodation with bycicle storage ?

Niels
The Netherlands

Feb 29, 2008 11:59 | Lisa

We are looking at visiting Prague for our 9 day honeymoon. Any suggestions where to stay?

Mar 01, 2008 10:40 | bobby

i’m visiting prague sometime between april 22-may 8 and was wanting to stay in a party hostel. going to be traveling solo and just want to have a good time while i’m in the city. any suggestions?

Mar 03, 2008 04:13 | Kevin Eu

Hi All:

I am taking the train to from Berlin to Prague.

There are 2 route, i am not sure which station I should buy the tickets to:

1) Berlin to Praha hl.n.
2) Berlin to Praha-Holesovice

I am staying in a hotel right next to the Prague Airport, can anyone tell me which station above is closer to the Prague Airport?

thanks.

Mar 09, 2008 20:51 | mark

any one living in prague at the mo knows anything about this? cant find nowt on net

Mar 12, 2008 12:17 | Leon

Unfortunately this is a one day trip. Are there any locations near Prague that have snowy mountains for kid activities, obviously if weather permits

Mar 18, 2008 19:44 | Vladimir

It is customary that in Europe smoking is wide spread and very few restriction if any apply to restaurants and clubs. Are there any non-smoking restrictions in Prague’s restaurants/clubs? Would you bring pregnant wife there?

Vladimir from California

Mar 21, 2008 00:03 | Jay

Hi, I’m visiting Prague tomorrow w/my school. I want to go somewhere that plays hip hop or reggae…where should I go out?

Mar 22, 2008 22:02 | ann mc loughlin

my friends and i are heading out to prague for four days staying at the rokkoca hotel has anyone stayed there ?

Mar 26, 2008 15:02 | Patrick

Myself and my friend Michael, we arer coming to Prague on the 4th April and wanted to find out if there are any partygoes up for a good time who wanna meet us

Mar 31, 2008 11:55 | vanessa hoggarth

Hi all, me and my partner are off to Prague on the 4th of April and we have booked the hotel INOS, just wondering if anyone has stayed at this hotel (we are first time visitors to Prague) I would appreciate any feedback anyone has. Thanks.

Apr 02, 2008 00:31 | nathan

me and 3 of my friends are coming to prague on 29th april can anyone give any advice or help as to what to expect. Anyone out there wanna meet up when we get there we like to have a crazy time.

Apr 07, 2008 12:57 | Sean

me and a friend are going to czech republic in the first week on october. we are hopinh to go from sunday to sunday. we itnend to stay in prague from sunday to wedensday, and they are goign to oponchno till sunday. We are lookign somewhere cheap to stay, safe, in a nice area and nightlife for people at the age of 20-25. also during the start of the week does the pubs and clubs we empty? compared with the weekends?

thanks

sean

Apr 08, 2008 09:01 | paresh

I want to make friend in prague as i am coming to prague on 16th june pl help me…

Apr 16, 2008 16:10 | lofty

Hi my wife and i are staying in the Aria hotel for a weekend celebration big 40 !!.
Can anyone please advise are there any events of note on that weekend ?.
Any tips / feedback would be gratefully appreciated.

Apr 28, 2008 14:03 | Jackie

Hi,

I`m on a project in Prague for the next two months and I`m looking for people to hang out with. Going out for drinks, dinner, cinema etc.

May 03, 2008 14:56 | Far

Hi,
I’ve a strange request:I will be in Prague for some months and I’m asking you if you know some pub – hotel – cafè where I can play piano in the evening.
I’m not a professional piano player but I can play classical music etc.
Thanks

May 05, 2008 06:17 | Cody

I am an American student who is going to be studying in Prague at Charles U. for a semester in the fall, any recommendations on cool places I need to go to or things I need to see? Also, some names of good pubs/night clubs would be great. I believe I will be living downtown. Thanks!

May 06, 2008 17:30 | Kyle

Hi, we are two guys in their mid-30s that are traveling to Prague in mid-May. We are looking for a decent hotel (under USD$250) for 4 nights close to where night life is so we don’t have a cab ride home. A long walk is OK if it means saving some money, but we obiously don’t want to be wandering the city at night.

We also want to have a tour guide for several of the days for sight-seeing tours.

Recommendations please?

May 11, 2008 06:47 | Cody Gehring

I am going to study abroad at Charles University in Prague in the Fall of 2008, and I was wondering if there were any recommendations from people who have spent time at the University.

May 11, 2008 14:44 | lega

is it safe to have incall escort in prague?

May 15, 2008 15:22 | Rattana

We would like to comment on prague-spot.com staff for being prompt and helpful at our request. We are happy and satisfied with their help. We recommend anyone who would like to come to Prague to get their accommodation through their agency. Thank you prague-spot.com staff.

May 21, 2008 04:52 | adam

hi there, what prices do you expect to pay for entry, drinks, rooms and girls?

Jun 02, 2008 10:52 | tricia

I’ll be visiting from Hawaii for the first time with my husband. I’ve heard of “The Castle Steps” hotel and its location and tried to book a few of our favorite rooms from the website only to find out that they are all reserved.

Does anyone know of another comparable hotel with nice views located between Charles Bridge and Prague Castle?

Mahalo,
Tricia

Jun 02, 2008 19:36 | Dirk

I am taking my brother and 5 other guys for his bachelor Party in Prague this weekend. Do you have any tips on which clubs to visit in City Center or (not so touristic) anywhere else? Thanks!

Dirk

Jun 14, 2008 03:00 | Ivan Delgadilo

Hello,
I have been searching online for a loft style apartment to rent in Prague to use as a photography studio and living.

Does anyone know of any places like this?

Require:
Large windows
High Ceilings

Loft can be just a large open space, we can build it out to suit our needs.

I hope someone can help us!

Thanks,
Ivan Delgadillo
www.CDCPhoto.net

Jun 19, 2008 01:14 | Rachel

Hi guys, I used to live in London, just came back home and Id like to stay in touch with english/american young people. So if ure going to Prague and need someone to recommend cool places or just to have a pint(s) in a real czech pub, let me know. I know Prague very well and all my friends from London enjoyed their stay. I wanna do this just for fun and for free, of course. You can catch me on facebook (Rachel Paynova).
See ya! Ahoj!

Jun 26, 2008 13:36 | Matt

I’m heading to prague in a weeks time with a few friends, a few weeks ago I found lsit of bars to avoid somewhere, but can’t find it now.

Apart from Darlings and atlass caberet are there any other bars/ clubs that should be avoided (due to unruly bouncers, cost etc)?

Jul 20, 2008 16:05 | whorehound

shall be visiting in nov,is prague anything like Amsterdam? Are there girls in the windows etc? And can you smoke dope in the coffee shops?

Jul 22, 2008 22:03 | Woodsy

me and a mate is heading over in october, and we are staying from the sunday-wedensday. just wondering will there be much nightlife at this time of year, and this time of week. any good clubs to recomend. and how much does entrance and drinks costs?

thanks

Jul 26, 2008 16:28 | amy

Hi I am going to praugue on Tuesday July 29th with my guy friend and we love to dance. We like top 40 music. We are excecutives and are 40 so what would be the most appropriate place. We dont want stuffy but also not to young either.
How a about a fun crazy restaurant experience
Hotels?
Any help

Jul 30, 2008 02:16 | Renee

I hope someone will be able to help me. I travelled to Praha in 2004 and purchased a set of 16th century Czech glasses. They are light green with a heavy stem…more like a goblet actually. I believe I purchased the set in a museum gift shop but cannot seem to locate anything resembling these glasses online. Can someone send a link to a site where I might purchase these. Thanks in advance for the help.

Jul 30, 2008 23:02 | Seán

Going to book my hotel in prague for oct soon and have shortlisted it down to 3 fairly cheap ones. has anyone heard or been in any of these?

Hotel & Residence Standard http://www.standard.cz/en/ (looks to be the favourite so far)

Hotel Tiepolo http://www.tiepolo.cz/english/index.html

Hotel Inos http://www.hotelinos.com/hotel/

What do yous think?

Thanks

Aug 04, 2008 12:37 | Anne Marie

Going to Prague on the 7th August – is there any mosquitoes there.

I am very allergic to their bites – so will need to stock on on some good repellent if they are any.

Thanks

Aug 12, 2008 22:52 | Karen

I will be in Prague between December 28 and January 1, 2009. This is my first trip to Europe (also visiting Vienna for Christmas week). Would like to meet others for sight-seeing, dining out, and of course New Year’s Eve festivities!

Aug 16, 2008 17:42 | Vinny Fletcher

Hi all,
I will be visiting Prague around the last week of Oct/First week of Nov on leave. I am currently deployed to Mosul, Iraq as an Infantrynman in the US Army.
Any fellow Americans or anyone else for that matter that wants to get together for a few drinks, go bar hopping or whatever feel free to hit me up. This is my first time in Europe and I just wanna spend a whole 18 days immersing myself in western civilisation again.
I am still trying to find accomodation convenient to the city center, but i am sure that will get worked out in due time.
Anyone reading this that is thinking about selling me your very best brand of snake oil, I am not buying. But thanks anyway.

Konichiwa

Aug 17, 2008 16:50 | Marat

I am russian man coming in Prague ifor sept for 2 weks. I am alone and strong 45 year man. How can I find girlfriend in Prague to take care of me. Where I go for young girls of 18-35 years. I have some money. I can show her some good time in disco maybe. If any girls in Prague want some handsome russian man in prime, you can come meet me. You will be my girlfriend while I visit Prague.
I love the english speaking women. If any american, british, australia womens wants to meet me in Prague can you write me here/ I promise you very good time and best beer and vodkas and nice conversations.

Aug 23, 2008 15:36 | Fernando

Hello! I’m from Brazil and will be in Prague in 2 weeks. What is the best area to sleep in, close to some nice nightlife places?

Aug 25, 2008 12:51 | GTA1979

OK, so I’m expecting some static here, but me and a couple of friends are coming down from Germany in a couple weeks and we’re kind of wondering about the availability of pills and cocaine etc? As far as I know, buying on the street is a no go, but how about in clubs?

I’d also like to know about any really good electro parties and stuff. I don’t want to come down and end up in the places where tourists go which are practically the same all over Europe? Somewhere with a bit of cool.

Anyone who feels like looking after us is welcome to come up to Germany for a returned favor…

Aug 26, 2008 09:40 | Rumen Tsonkov

DON’T GO THERE
The hygiene there is very very bad. The
sheets were dirty – they haven’t washed them after their last guests.
All of us we have rush
http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1033/567726321_6308d0af18.jpg
the place is full with bedbugs
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bedbug

Sep 01, 2008 14:34 | Aidan

I am taking my girlfriend to prague from 10th to 17th december. Is this a good time to go around christmas, will we see everything christmas has to offer in Prague.

We are going to book accommodation soon but there are so many hotels in prague. We might get an apartment instead as they look alot nicer with more space and amenities.

Would this be correct, are apartments better for space and comfort….they are actually alot cheaper too

Sep 06, 2008 16:40 | Martin

Does anyone know of a good sheet music shop (new or second hand) that specialises in Czech composers?

Sep 06, 2008 16:49 | Quang23

Does anyone provide me details regarding Operas in Prague. How many Opera in Prague etc… I have a link to travel guide http://www.prague.biz/sightseeing/operas-balets-and-concerts but they have mentioned very few of it.

Thanks

Sep 11, 2008 18:31 | Mariah

My husband and myself will be in Prague for 4 days in October. We are based in the NYC area. We see plays, concerts quite a few times/year within NYC area. Most appreciate if someone can recommend a good concert, theater or even can provide lists of Operas, Ballets and concerts.

Thank You

Sep 19, 2008 18:34 | John M

What is customary in regards to tipping? Is it included in the tab? Do you hand the tip to the waiter or leave it on the table? Many countries have different customs. Thank you for any assistance!

Sep 20, 2008 07:54 | abe.abrahan

Hello everyone,

In August I went to Prague. It was a best ever trip of my life. We were 8 friends and we had a great time there. It was our first trip to Prague and we were really confused about various things like what to see in Prague, Accommodation, Flight reservations, Car rental and money exchange kind of things. These links really help us out:

http://www.prague-spot.com/prague
http://www.prague-spot.com/accommodation
http://www.prague.biz/sightseeing/sightseeing
http://www.travelsupermarket.com/Default.aspx

So if you are planning a trip to Prague don’t forget to visit these links or collect some info from travel forums because there is so much in Prague and every sight in Prague is such beautiful that you don’t want to mis anything.

Specially you don’t want to miss evening walk on Charles bridge. Historical view of Prague Castle, Museum like National theater, Shopping at Palác Flora and last but not the least having Italian Pasta in Ambiente – Pasta Fresca Restaurant.

For me these are great memories :)

Oct 08, 2008 10:14 | elliot

Hey im coming to Prague in December just wondering if the nitelife will be banging and will it be cold? its my 23rd birtday and need to know wot sort of clothes and shit to bring! is the yayo readily availible?

Oct 30, 2008 22:08 | Sheila

Will arrive in Prague on Christmas eve. Is there a special Christmas service to attend?

Nov 02, 2008 17:06 | Mike

i am goin to prague in a couple of weeks for my 18 bday and i dont know how much money to take , can anyone help ??????

Nov 28, 2008 14:36 | aaron

hi, me and a few mates going to prague mid january 2009, just wondering if any one can tell me what the nightlife is like during this time of the year, is it still busy or pretty dead. and whats it like on sunday nights, is it still busy,
cheers.

Nov 28, 2008 18:59 | Eris Manzanahoria

Here you can find quite nice pictures about the destruccion and dead in Prague night live, monuments, and moral:

www.praga-prague.blogspot.com

Jan 04, 2009 17:09 | Ian

In 2 weeks, my brother and I will go to Prague for our 13th holiday in Prague.
We like going to pubs where locals go (away from tourists/stags!!), and appreciate places that serve a range of well kept Czech beer.
Our favourite bars are The Ox (U Cernaho Vola, Loretenske Nam.), Prvni Pivni Tramway (Sporilov) U Houdku and U Sadu (Zizkov).
From this list, you can probably see the type of pubs we are looking for, and don’t mind travelling within Prague. Can anyone recommend similar pubs?
Someone has recommended a pub called Andel’s. Has anyone heard of it, is it any good?

Jan 07, 2009 16:36 | adam

Me and my girlfriend are looking into going to Prague in February only for 3 nights over a long weekend.

What part of Prague is best to see most of the citys culture in 3 days?

Also can anyone recomend a hotel?

Jan 21, 2009 00:55 | Barbara

Is it better to exchange in the U.S. or in Prague – how much K should/can i bring into the country? I’ll be traveling in a few weeks.
Thank You!

Feb 11, 2009 10:45 | Carol

Anyone ever been to the City Centre Hotel?

Mar 25, 2009 18:25 | Ruby

Any suggestion of the accommodation in Prague, single room with private washroom , budget around Euro 20-30 if possible near city. Thank you!

Mar 31, 2009 07:33 | Radoslav

Where I will get a better exchange rate for Czech koruna: in US or in Prague?

Where in Prague I can get a better exchange rate? – obviously not at the airport or in the big banks, isn’t it?

Is there private exchange bureaus or kiosks in Prague and are they relatively safe to use?

Apr 01, 2009 20:15 | Maxim

Hi, I’m going to be in Prague from the 21st to the 28th of April. Anyone fancy hanging out? I’m a 29yo British guy.
Add me on Facebook; maximknight@googlemail.com

Look forward to hearing from you =)

Apr 02, 2009 16:22 | mark edwards

hi, me and my girlfriend are visiting prague 10th to 14th April for my birthday and would like to find some bars/clubs or parties with dj’s that play some funk soul reggae hip hop. anything from big clubs to little dirty basement bars would be great. Any other tips on what to do and what not to do would be also appreciated. thanks in advance. mark

Apr 12, 2009 15:49 | Evita

Hey everyone!
I have a free room in a great loft apartment right in the Prague center (3 minutes walk from Wenceslas sq). Its big and really nice, suitable for 1 or 2 guests. Location is the best. 2 others live in the aparment (students). Drop me an email if interested!
Price is 2500 crowns a week (90 euro) – much cheaper than any hotel and possibly even a hostel, if its 2 of you.
Cheers,
Eva

Apr 13, 2009 07:32 | Renee V.

Hey, my friend and I are coming to Prague this summer from Montreal, Canada, and we sort of heard, Prague has an amazing night life.
Could you recommend big clubs playing techno/ house/ electro and all that??
And even some lounges, where we can just sit and drink while enjoying the music.

Thanks! Can’t wait!!

Apr 17, 2009 09:01 | Darran

Avoid this place!
I had valuables stolen from my supposedly secure private room while sleeping. When contacted management were dissmissive, rude and arrogant. These people don´t deserve your business. Go elsewhere.

Apr 19, 2009 17:20 | jjam

Hi! Any reliable/good websites to preview ads posted by Prague girls with their email addresses and photos offering Private apartments [for sex]?

Apr 19, 2009 21:25 | Che

Hi,
I’m looking for a nice, well located and funny (good party / good ambiance) hostel in Prague 1… Do you have any recommendation?
Thank’s a lot

Apr 22, 2009 19:48 | Peter

Hello,

Anybody can recommend /or not Ilf Hotel ?

Thanks,
Peter

Apr 27, 2009 16:22 | deb

Hi, looking to book in aug 3 night stay. we have a little girl aged 5 and want to get in the best area and hotel for our budget. any help on these two hotels please or do you recommend anywhere else in this price range. thank you

May 20, 2009 15:47 | jjam

where in prague can i get best rates for buying czk with euro?

Jun 12, 2009 23:05 | Graham

Countries like Czech used to have a reputation for fantastic graphic design and poster art. I am keen to buy some examples of Czech poster art and wonder if anyone has suggestions as to were I might buy some.

Thanks

Jun 21, 2009 14:26 | Jackson

Hello,

i will be soon be taking a vacation to prague. i am a black american and being in europe i cknow that racism exists in some places. will i be received well in prague? are there any places that i should shy away from?
Jul 22, 2009 23:43 | Heidi

Has anyone stayed at the Boathouse Hostel? I am moving to Prague and after reading all the comments about hostels, I am getting worried that I won’t find a decent one. Also, if anyone knows of private owners renting apartments let me know. I want to avoid the finders fee that is so expensive.

Aug 02, 2009 12:05 | anthony

hello everyone,

Can somevody help for information please?
I will be a tourist in Prague for 3 days and i will buy a 3 day tourist pass. Will i need to buy an extra ticket for my luggage because i will come from the airport?
Thanks;)

Aug 08, 2009 11:25 | John

Could anyone tell me if this places are ok to visit ? Any with experience ?

Aug 26, 2009 10:55 | Anthony

We are going to be in prague dist 1 late september for 4 nights.
Can we find pubs or clubs there that cater for 50plus people.
thanks

Sep 14, 2009 22:30 | Elicia

ok ive alwasy wanted to visit the czech republic but i have this kinda fear about going to other countries..

do the local people take kindly to tourists?
do you know what the crime rate is in the area?

thank you,
Elicia
Oct 24, 2009 20:41 | Thomas Ney

To any epicure visiting Prague…be sure to dine at CODA Restaurant, located in the Aria Hotel. The cuisine – by Exec. Chef David Sasek – is sublime. The dining service and wine list are outstanding (ask for Jisii). Dinner at CODA Restaurant is my recommendation for any visitor to the fine city of Prague. Best regards, Thomas Ney, Pennsylvania USA

Nov 13, 2009 21:21 | angie

how much is a pint of beer?

Dec 04, 2009 17:35 | kavon

were is there a bar or pub to get in for free after midnight thats lively.near wencelas square

Dec 28, 2009 11:18 | K Pugh

Koruna, is it still used in Prague, Czech Republic, or the Euro

Dec 30, 2009 23:48 | Justfornsa

Single, executive will be in Prague for NYE 2009 for a couple of days beginning 31/12/2009 – looking for female company to enjoy the night, ring in the new and forget the last decade. justfornsa@gmail.com.

Feb 04, 2010 19:51 | Jim Hild

Has anyone visited the castle in Krivoklat? How is it compared to the other castles near Prague?
Thanks

Feb 07, 2010 21:13 | richard

going to prague on a stag trip, just wanted to know prices for beer in bars and clubs. can any one help

Mar 13, 2010 04:02 | ruth.glatt

Which is the best route from Prague to Krakow by car ?

Mar 24, 2010 07:38 | Ron

Hi,
I’m flying Czech Airlines with a connection in Prague from 10-16 on Friday (26 March).
Any suggestions what to see ?
(I’m a non-pro photographer, interested in History and culture, if it helps :-)
Thanks,
Ron.

Mar 27, 2010 18:16 | cartman

Planning a trip to Prague and am wondering if picking up on local women is ok, and if they are game to party and hit the hotel? Does nationality, or color make a difference?

Apr 13, 2010 11:25 | Suril

Hello!

I am planning to visit Prague from Aberdeeb Scotland between 29/04 and 03/05 and my friend unfortunately had to call off his plan.

It will be great to meet people and explore the city/night life in a group.

If somebody is interested feel free to respond

Regards,
Suril

Aug 12, 2010 14:57 | Jad Jad Jad

I am a tourist in Prague and I like to visit my friend in Sweden…how I can?
What is the Plane ticket price or Train ticket price from Prague to sweden?

Sep 28, 2010 04:21 | suresh kumar

I will be visiting prague in nov ‘10 and would like to know if I can get a prepaid sim card so that I can keep in touch with my family in India.
I yes kindly provide some details.

Sep 28, 2010 10:00 | Mariana

Hello,

if someone looks for accomodation in Prague, we have new apartments in Prague 5, close to the centre (13min). The location is very nice and quiet, apartments are fully equiped with own bathroom, everything is brand new. WWW pages under construction, can send pictures, prices and more information if interested.

Have a nice day

Mariana

Nov 08, 2010 14:25 | Jan Cebe

Hi,
if you want to stay in Prague for a weekend, I have a possibility to accomodate you in a flat with bathroom, kitchen, TV, internet just ten minutes from the airport and another ten minutes to the center by bus or by tram. Its quite house, so no parties allowed :) If you want to pick up at the airport by car, it is also possible.
This time I am working as a teacher on Charles University in Prague and I am not using my flat on weekends. The price will be 15 Euro/ person/day and 10 Euros for pick up at the airport (drive to the airport for your leave is also possible for another 10 Euros). There is also welcome drink for free and I can give you some good advices for your stay in Prague.) If you want more infos, my mail is jancebe@gmail.com.

Dec 28, 2010 22:58 | Drew

I am visiting Prague for 10 days in Feb and am looking to have a lot of fun and party it up for a while. I need some relaxing time but yet fun. Fill me in on some of the things I should look forward to and also where some good clubs are? I am staying at Unitas while I am there.

Feb 10, 2011 13:29 | Talita

Hi,

I wanna make an article about one place/hotel/little museum/bar/house/etc… something strange/beautiful/funny/etc… in Prague. But it has to be not known by all the tourists. It has to be a little secret of Prague.

Can somebody help me?

Please e-mail me at talita@born05.nl

Thanx!

Feb 13, 2011 19:59 | Mike

Hi to everyone…thanks for clicking my post. I am coming to Prague in the second week in June for a week and I am looking for friends who love to go out for food and drink for friendly conversation.

I am 31 years old, American and I have not been to many places in Europe so I flipped a coin and it’s bringing me to Prague. I enjoy talking about politics, history, sports and whatever is great conversation over a nice brew! Well, that’s about it and if you are interested in creating a dialog, then post back!

Thanks in advance!

Mike

Mar 01, 2011 11:21 | Alaina

I am living in Prague until May and have some pink hair I need to re-dye (lest there be a really ugly yellow blond color revealed where I bleached it). I have had a problem finding pink hair dye however. Where could I get it?

Apr 06, 2011 16:44 | Jan

we are couple 40/34 y.o. who are visiting Prague for fun within the above dates. Would anyone like to join us??

drop an e-mail to: sdffds06_@hotmail.com

May 31, 2011 13:28 | interested_in_prague

Hello,

I would be coming to Prague on 11th June to 13th June 2011. I would be coming there alone. I am a 26 years of age, male from India currently in Zurich and would like to meet some local Czech girls in prague during my travel and stay in Prague.

It is very good to travel with local girls there.

Also, which are the 3 best places to hang out in Prague especially for finding nice girls.

Many thanks in advance!

Jun 11, 2011 12:32 | Danny

What is it about Czech women? I simply don’t understand the mentality with them. I have dated and met a few women in my evenings out in Prague. But most of the Czech women I meet are just cold and anti-social. They just disappoint me and I just meet Czech women who are selfish, racist and gold-digging bitches. I know it sounds rude, but there is no other way for me to describe it. Are all Czech women like this? They are just so materialistic, with their own selfish agenda, just looking for a better life for themselves as they ruin the lives of foreign men over here. The colour of your skin makes such a big difference to a Czech woman. The darker you are then the harder it is to find love here. This is because Czech women are naturally very racist and they make very unfair assumptions about coloured men. For example, it is considered to be absolutely disgusting in the Czech society for a white woman to be seen with a non-white man…..and especially if there is a baby born with mixed colour (from white woman and black or asian man). Those children are considered to be bastards of society by Czechs. That is the Czech mentality. I tried for 3 years to find a proper Czech partner here and it is impossible, because I am not white and because I won’t let myself get conned by the gold-digging mentality. Of course, I have dated women and flirted with them, but that is while I tolerate their selfish, racist and pretentious attitude. Some women really act like whores and use me just for a one-night stand after I buy them drinks. I just can’t stand it anymore. It is so disappointing and frustrating. I earn good money. I have a flat and business. But Czech woman are always showing me how selfish, racist and gold-digging bitches they are. Czech women are obviously spoilt for choice in Prague. They see so many foreign guys with money and they immediately just target the white guys first. And even a lot of white guys can be ripped off by Czech women. I have a white friend who was just used for his money. And he was never really accepted by the parents of the Czech so-called ‘girlfriend’, because of the cultural differences and because of the silly assumptions that were made. For colored guys, it is almost impossible or it is very difficult. Czechs are very conservative about their roots and race and colour. They can’t mix with non-white society. They are too scared to do this. I once dated a woman who was scared to walk with me and hold my hand in the streets (like couples should). She was worried about what other people would think because I am ‘not’ white. She told me that. I am a professional man looking for a caring, sensitive and affectionate woman who understands commitment and respect for her man. I just need a woman who is open-minded, intelligent, smart and just plain nice and normal. So far, the Czech women in Prague always prove to be selfish, racist and gold-diggers, just too cold and brutally deceptive. I have good money and assets, but I am interested in the person and not material possessions. Czech women always disappoint me so far and they only take and never give back. I am a loving and sensitive guy with all the great things in life – a top university education, excellent career, flat in Prague.

Aug 05, 2011 10:22 | Doctor Beat

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Aug 16, 2011 05:31 | Jeff

I’m wondering what some good places to go out would be for a 33 year old single guy. I will be in Prague for ~5 days arriving on Saturday, so I only have one weekend night. I generally prefer places that are laid back with a good crowed that is social where I can have a few beers and talk to locals as well as other tourists, but I would prefer to stay more local then touristy if possible. At this point I’m planning on staying between praha 1 & 2. It seems that there are some good places possibly in praha 2 that are far enough away from the tourist traps.

Does anyone have any suggestions. I have seen a few people suggest bar crawls, but that just seems like a bunch of tourists going from bar to bar in a group and not really getting a good feel for the real town.

Jan 12, 2012 13:07 | Elli

Hi
Maybe this is not the right forum for my question but I give it a try. We are getting married right before we go to Prauge in may and are having the reception for family and friends at our favourite restaurant. What we don’t have is someone who helps us with a short, simple, non legal ceremony. We had contact with some wedding planners but they charge at least 10000 c for it. Too much for us. What we are looking for is anyone in a suit or dress that can say a few words in english, we change rings, kiss and we are done. Anyone that can help us?

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Mar 03, 2012 22:11 | Alberto Franco

Hey there
I know it has nothing to do wiht all that here, actually, but this was the only forum i could find about Prague that seemed kind of useful. I am looking for the name of a famous business man from prague. All I know is that he is supposed to be a major shareholder of the biggest dutch holding company, a board member of one italian financial group and is under immunity.
thanks for your efforts

Apr 26, 2012 09:57 | Grace

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Come join us in a gathering of Filipinos, Czechs and other nationalities. We have prepared a great entertainment line-up that you will surely enjoy. You will also get to hear about what the FCA has to offer, socialize and dance the night away.

The entrance fee for the event is 250kc, but you can get a discounted rate of 200kc if you register for membership in the FCA. If you also purchase your tickets early, you can get it at the early bird price of 150kc. For more information and to purchase your tickets, please call Grace @ +420-607-911-709 or e-mail: Grace.Bantol@filczech.cz

So don’t miss this great event! Be there or be square.

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May 18, 2012 08:47 | gill

i’ll be visiting Prague this coming June for a conference and considering between these hotels, (the Moods, the Ventana, Hotel Jalta and Metropol Hotel Prague) can anyone tell me which one has better condition, safe, with wifi, and close to metro which i can get to the clarion congress hotel early in the morning for meeting. Thanks.

Jul 24, 2012 10:11 | Nela Levorova

accommodation in nature
20 minutes on the metro (Dejvicka)
prices from 10 E
more info www.penzion-unetice.cz

Dec 03, 2012 18:30 | nursejbs

My husband’s family is from Blatna and Uzenice. We are planning a family trip to Prague this comng summer and we wanting to take a day trip to Blatna and Uzenice. I am having trouble finding information regarding a bus or train transport. I realize that we can rent a bus but that would be expensive and we would feel rushed. Thanks.

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Feb 13, 2013 18:42 | POP

My friend and I will be in Prague from Thursday to Sunday this week. Does anyone have any recommendations or heads-ups on unusual bars, clubs or music nights? We’d love to go to some weird and wonderful places…

Mar 01, 2013 13:40 | Alex

Hello,

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May 18, 2013 21:47 | Robert Lawless

I, my wife, and 4 friends recently visited Prague, from the United States, for 4 nights. We bought 90 minute tickets for use on the subway. We were aware of the 90 minute time restriction, but thought if we got on within the 90 minutes, it would be OK. When we got off at our stop, we were met at the top of the stairs by 3 agents who demanded to see our tickets. I might add that they were quite unfriendly from the start. We found out, at this time, that we had exceeded our time by 8 minutes and that we would be fined 800 CZK ($40 USD) per person. Never was it mentioned that the fine would be 400 CZK ($20 USD) if we paid on the spot. We all did pay right then and there. It is my firm belief that the fine was not reduced because they knew we weren’t aware of all the laws. I also firmly believe that the fine was not reduced then because these agents work on “commission”. While I must say that most of our time spent in Prague was very enjoyable, the thought of having to pay a total of $80 in fines left an extremely bad taste in my mouth. In conclusion, it’s not just the pickpockets that you need to watch out for in Prague!

Jun 06, 2013 13:35 | Adam

We are a group of 7 guys that want to have a fun weekend in Prague. We have two nights so trying to visit every bar and nightclub isn’t viable.

Therefore I am in search of the biggest and most exclusive clubs in Prague. I tried google, but all the clubs has self-proclaimed themselves as the ‘best of prague’.

We will stay in Praha 1, so the plan is to visit various bars and thereafter head to a reserved table at a nightclub. Is that a good plan for a weekend!

Jul 29, 2013 13:18 | Caitlin

Help! where can I find purple or blue hair dye in PRague??

Aug 09, 2013 17:55 | Mathew

Teaching English classes on Skype is such a new revolution in learning and a new income for English Teachers. It can work well if the online agency can support can manage the online system. But, some new schools in foreign countries are often quite pathetic in working with the technology and the teachers who are giving their time for work. Some online schools in poorer countries have been known for stealing money from teachers and acting unprofessionally about the work that they ‘promise’ to offer to teachers. Jazyková škola ELFI is one example of a new Skype teaching agency in Slovakia. ELFI has stolen money from many teachers who have registered with the school. The school is run by a woman called Slavka. She started her school called Jazyková škola ELFI (ELFI Language School). She is a thief who has kept wages from teachers. Her marketing and advertising is fake. She has stolen money and not paid teachers in full. ELFI language school is a fraudulent language school and they have been investigated for crimes. A few teachers who worked for them were never paid for classes that they have taught. Slavka is a very convincing lady who has asked teachers to post videos for her website. She is targeting Native speakers for various languages. She is looking for British Native Speakers who would teach English on the internet. But, after you register with her, she will use your video profile to get students who will pay her a huge fee for English lessons. Slavka will then ask you to teach the students…..but you will not receive the payment for the lessons. This has happened to some of the teachers who have registered with her online agency. Some teachers were only paid properly at the start of her business. But after a few months, the teachers were not paid fully or just not paid at all. Slavka is a thief and she is conning many Native Teachers. Slavka typically asks you to teach classes over a certain period of time, before she claims to pay you. But, most teachers are not getting paid fully and some are never paid. Normally, an agency would charge a fee to the students. Then, from this huge fee, there would be a certain proportion that would be paid out to the teacher. This is how agencies work. However, in the case of ELFI, they have been retaining all the money that was paid by the students. Slavka is keeping this money for herself and ‘stealing’ the wages that are owed to the teacher. She is a racist woman who uses Video profiles to get herself huge fees for lessons….and she does not pay wages to the teachers who have taught the lessons. She does not care about the teachers who are working for her. She cares about the money but not the teachers who she is ripping off. Be careful about Jazyková škola ELFI. Slavka, the woman behind this scam is really good at taking money and stealing wages from teachers.

Aug 09, 2013 17:57 | Mat

Teaching English classes on Skype is such a new revolution in learning and a new income for English Teachers. It can work well if the online agency can support can manage the online system. But, some new schools in foreign countries are often quite pathetic in working with the technology and the teachers who are giving their time for work. Some online schools in poorer countries have been known for stealing money from teachers and acting unprofessionally about the work that they ‘promise’ to offer to teachers. Jazyková škola ELFI is one example of a new Skype teaching agency in Slovakia. ELFI has stolen money from many teachers who have registered with the school. The school is run by a woman called Slavka. She started her school called Jazyková škola ELFI (ELFI Language School). She is a thief who has kept wages from teachers. Her marketing and advertising is fake. She has stolen money and not paid teachers in full. ELFI language school is a fraudulent language school and they have been investigated for crimes. A few teachers who worked for them were never paid for classes that they have taught. Slavka is a very convincing lady who has asked teachers to post videos for her website. She is targeting Native speakers for various languages. She is looking for British Native Speakers who would teach English on the internet. But, after you register with her, she will use your video profile to get students who will pay her a huge fee for English lessons. Slavka will then ask you to teach the students…..but you will not receive the payment for the lessons. This has happened to some of the teachers who have registered with her online agency. Some teachers were only paid properly at the start of her business. But after a few months, the teachers were not paid fully or just not paid at all. Slavka is a thief and she is conning many Native Teachers. Slavka typically asks you to teach classes over a certain period of time, before she claims to pay you. But, most teachers are not getting paid fully and some are never paid. Normally, an agency would charge a fee to the students. Then, from this huge fee, there would be a certain proportion that would be paid out to the teacher. This is how agencies work. However, in the case of ELFI, they have been retaining all the money that was paid by the students. Slavka is keeping this money for herself and ‘stealing’ the wages that are owed to the teacher. She is a racist woman who uses Video profiles to get herself huge fees for lessons….and she does not pay wages to the teachers who have taught the lessons. She does not care about the teachers who are working for her. She cares about the money but not the teachers who she is ripping off. Be careful about Jazyková škola ELFI. Slavka, the woman behind this scam is really good at taking money and stealing wages from teachers.

Aug 21, 2013 18:52 | Harold

A lot of language schools in Prague are becoming saturated with teachers, as Prague continues to become a hot spot for travel and enjoying the night life. Teaching English in Prague was a very easy and convenient way to get yourself a decent wage while you enjoy the great thrills of Prague night life. BUT, sadly, those days are now gone as the language schools of Prague are no longer so friendly or accommodating to your needs. Language schools are now becoming rather less interesting and convenient to work for. A lot of schools are purely interested in gaining business and growth, but not looking after the teachers who give the hearts and souls to work in Prague. Wages for teachers have shot down, as schools try to make more money. The clients of language schools are becoming far more important than the teachers who are employed. A growing number of teachers are coming to Prague, so the schools are playing hard with people. They now have the pleasure of choosing from such a big pool of teachers. It has become a contest show with teachers becoming saturated in Prague and made to feel like an excess that needs to be kept in garbage bin and maybe re-cycle or thrown out to the dogs. English teachers are no longer the valuable asset that they used to be in Prague. And yet…..you find some language schools who have staff that can not even speak correct English…! The attitudes of some schools have drastically changed and they are now becoming a frontier of cold and harsh behaviour towards teachers. They have the pleasure of choice, and they have the ease of administration…..because they want the teachers to be self-employed (which is a stressful and expensive process in Prague). Even after all this, language teachers are finding themselves employed as part time with many schools and working privately. Some schools in Prague are very well known to consistently lie about the work they offer to teachers. You want a full-time job with one school..? School such as Presto language school are disorganised, don’t pay you on time and impose strange penalties that you are not even aware of. Presto language school has a racist attitude on employment. They employ far more Czechs that other nations and they prefer white teachers. The reception staff are occasionally polite and mostly unresponsive to supporting teachers. Course administrators at Presto are known to be dis-organised with courses that they offer and have been dis-honest with critical details of the courses. Presto schools are a bunch of thieves who have not paid wages in full to many staff over a period of a few years. During the financial crisis there have been huge cut backs that were simply through unpaid wages from teachers. Presto language school are racist thieves who lie about the courses they offer and they have a rather unprofessional outlook towards their non-Czech teachers. If you are a native language teacher, then Presto is a bad choice as they just can’t be trusted. What good is a language school that is dishonest, cause inconvenience, steal your wages and offer little support and loyalty….?

Aug 21, 2013 20:01 | Marcus

Prague has changed drastically since it’s ancient times. The great legends such as King Charles IV, Hus, Dubcek, Havel were iconic people who are greatly respected…..

But, it is shocking that modern culture in Prague is so disgraceful. Czechs are mainly a cold and racist society with many women working as prostitutes, selling themselves out and no sense of pride and loyalties. Modern Czech culture is based on deception and greed. Czech people have not adapted well to Democracy. In fact, democracy in Czech society was really created ‘artificially’ with western branding and American high-powered business men who wanted to secure their empire in the post revolution years, as there was chaos in the regulations and black markets, loop-holes, etc. Communism was a sad period which really aggravated the Czech people. Now, Czechs have mostly become a selfish society, full of taking and exploiting from the west. They have lost the sense of pride in their history. Instead, there is corruption, fraud, mafia, annoying communication barriers and red tape. The communist mentality is still amongst the society. Czechs know how to play the system and exploit the western tourist. it is because of tourism that Czech have such wealth and they abuse this wealth as the money is abused and exploited by corruption, mafia and police. Prostitution is the greatest income to the city…..and it is well known to find a culture of Czech women who live as whores and sell their soul for the pursuit of money, greed and corruption.

It could be said that modern Czech culture is a ‘prostitution’ of its former glory days, before the communist era. Czech society ‘was’ amazing with great achievement….but the downturn of communism and the Czech racist mentality have caused the country to turn into chaos and a lack of respect and real identity.

Jan 15, 2014 13:43 | Vivian

Hi, I am coming next month to Prague and I am searching for some nice apartment in the centre. Do you have any ideas or tips?
Thank you :-)

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Mar 04, 2014 11:08 | Anna

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I also specialize in creating makeup looks for the graduation proms/balls.
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Jun 10, 2014 05:49 | Merve

Hi everyone I will be travelling to prague between 20 August -28 August . I would like to meet done new people to party, cheers merve

Jun 10, 2014 05:49 | Merve

Hi everyone I will be travelling to prague between 20 August -28 August . I would like to meet done new people to party, cheers merve

Jul 02, 2014 15:10 | Kumar

This is a big room in excellent condition and furnished with bed, wardrobe, comfortable armchair and desk. The room is large and has nice carpet, and fully renovated, so it is modern. The price includes all utilities.

There is a high-speed internet, kitchen, cooking facilities, fridge, freezer, bathroom with shower, sink, washing machine…

There are pictures below but it would be best to really view this room and get a much better feel for it. We can arrange a viewing of the room and flat. The flat is on the second floor. Also, there is an expat pub at the ground floor of the building, so you have your own bar there too.

This room is available from Saturday 12 July or maybe earlier. Please contact me to meet and arrange a viewing. My e-mail is kumar2x.king@gmail.com

Oct 29, 2014 12:03 | Pon

We are three students from London travelling to Prague over this weekend. Any women to accompany us for this weekend and show some good time in and around old town…

Nov 05, 2014 14:32 | vanessa

I just visited Prague..and YES it is SCAM City..I will NEVER go there again..EVER!!! I’m totally disgusted with the treatment of tourists etc.. They are an angry lot..no one has a smile on their face ..you’d think they were still behind the iron curtain..and they certainly shortchange everyone..I am totally in shock! The city is dirty..papers and cigarette butts scattered everywhere..alas I have nothing nice to say about the place :( a complete waste of money :(

Nov 17, 2014 18:44 | afro

Black men in Prague are often the most lowest form of society as they live here illegally, sell drugs on the streets and cause trouble for other people. Most black guys in Prague are stealing or running some kind of fraud and scam so they can afford to live. They use their illegal money to ‘impress’ the Czech Women… and these Czech women do not care how the black men are making money…. as long as they get some nice treatment. Czech women are normally quite racist towards Black men, so what has changed..?

Well, black niggers are getting their value increased by Czech women. They are getting a face lift. The dark shit faces are becoming more and more popular in Prague…. and the Czech women are not treating them as the black dirty filth….because the women are helping these black guys to live illegally and run their scam, and sell drugs on the streets.

However, Czech Women are still racist towards black men… but they only use them for their big dick and illegal money. Czech women just want the money. They do not really love black guys because these afro cunts have no potential, but just to live on the black market and underground culture.

Nov 17, 2014 20:41 | afro

Black men in Prague are often the most lowest form of society as they live here illegally, sell drugs on the streets and cause trouble for other people. Most black guys in Prague are stealing or running some kind of fraud and scam so they can afford to live. They use their illegal money to ‘impress’ the Czech Women… and these Czech women do not care how the black men are making money…. as long as they get some nice treatment. Czech women are normally quite racist towards Black men, so what has changed..?

Well, black niggers are getting their value increased by Czech women. They are getting a face lift. The dark shit faces are becoming more and more popular in Prague…. and the Czech women are not treating them so bad. Some Czech women are even helping these black guys to live illegally and run their scam, and sell drugs on the streets.

Czech women are just selfish bitches who want to suck the big black cocks and spend the illegal money from black guys. They are just as bad as the black cunts. They want some fun before they go back to their white Czech boyfriends.

Feb 14, 2015 10:20 | Tony

Where are the best gay clubs in Prague?

Feb 14, 2015 10:23 | Tom

Are there any decent school that pay good money in Prague? Can you still expect to survive well on a teaching job for a language school?

Apr 22, 2015 12:10 | Sam

I was at Duplex club recently and got double charge for my drinks. then when i complained i got roughed up by a czech security guy. This place is a torist trap and they steal off people.

May 12, 2015 16:33 | Fred

I wanna find some nice czech girls, but where are the best places that are local geneuine girls in Prague. i don’t mean the center places where the girls are looking for rich guys, just for the gold diggin. I want a nice local czech girl from a bar that is nice and easy. Any recommendations?

May 12, 2015 17:12 | Sales Job Scam in Prague - watch out and get ready for scammers

Beware of some sales companies in Prague who are recruiting people by selling them a lie for a ‘dream job’, and then once in, they are being trained to sell a lie and deceive people in order to make commissions which are not even attainable. Figures and ‘facts’ are given to new recruits, but the truth is that they are selling services which the company is not even clear about. Recruits are selling on the phone, and they are often pushed to such levels that they are forced to harass and spam companies with a sales pitch which is mostly a hyped up spin-off on features and benefits. There are many firms selling ‘conferences’ on various events and in various industries. This conference selling is a big sales spam in Prague now and they recruit almost anybody, as long as they are stupid enough to be manipulated, controlled and directed to be making 100s of cold calls each day, selling loads of fake features for conferences… and then made to look like harassing firms and then those staff are made to feel dejected and worthless piles of crap. Of course, the companies make their money, but they try to steal the commissions that are owed to the staff. The so-called commissions are subjected to very strict conditions which are never honestly explained to those sales staff and rules are manipulated and changed at any time… so they rarely receive the commissions that ‘they think’ are owed to them. This is why these firms pay a low basic wage, just enough to entice and attract desperate and stupid people into a degrading and despicable environment. So, they are sold this ‘dream job’, based on lies, then they are trained to sell lies and deception themselves… a vicious rat race, and sickening. One firm who is the master of this is Marcus Evans… and you can see their scam exposed online… just google and type in ‘Marcus Evans Exposed’ and you can see the scam exposed.

Oct 08, 2015 21:46 | Tomas

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Feb 11, 2016 17:26 | Dan

There are many places for sex in Prague. There were some really good places about 10 years ago.

I used to go to a great place called sladky pusinky at Nam Miru. There was a lovely young woman there and she was so nice… just a little round and plum, slightly a touch of fat, but such a nice roanded ass… MMMMMmmmm, and her pussy was amazing to lick out.

She gave me a special DEAL of 1500 Kc… which included 69 position with oral *NO condom. Her pussy was amazing to lick out and her tits were size 3 or 4. We had such a great time and she was sweet and loving, like a real girlfriend. The woman was called ‘Lucinka’, but she ain’t there now. We had a great understanding and she treated me like a god damn king, and even a massage at the end. OH, wow, she was so good… I was fucking her between my English classes… Yeah, I am an English Teacher and a good shag between lessons is just what you need, eh. And on a low paid job like this, you might as well spend what you have on a great time…!!!!

Feb 11, 2016 17:27 | Dan

There are many places for sex in Prague. There were some really good places about 10 years ago.

I used to go to a great place called sladky pusinky at Nam Miru. There was a lovely young woman there and she was so nice… just a little round and plum, slightly a touch of fat, but such a nice roanded ass… MMMMMmmmm, and her pussy was amazing to lick out.

She gave me a special DEAL of 1500 Kc… which included 69 position with oral *NO condom. Her pussy was amazing to lick out and her tits were size 3 or 4. We had such a great time and she was sweet and loving, like a real girlfriend. The woman was called ‘Lucinka’, but she ain’t there now. We had a great understanding and she treated me like a god damn king, and even a massage at the end. OH, wow, she was so good… I was fucking her between my English classes… Yeah, I am an English Teacher and a good shag between lessons is just what you need, eh. And on a low paid job like this, you might as well spend what you have on a great time…!!!!

Feb 11, 2016 17:28 | Dan

There are many places for sex in Prague. There were some really good places about 10 years ago.

I used to go to a great place called sladky pusinky at Nam Miru. There was a lovely young woman there and she was so nice… just a little round and plum, slightly a touch of fat, but such a nice roanded ass… MMMMMmmmm, and her pussy was amazing to lick out.

She gave me a special DEAL of 1500 Kc… which included 69 position with oral *NO condom. Her pussy was amazing to lick out and her tits were size 3 or 4. We had such a great time and she was sweet and loving, like a real girlfriend. The woman was called ‘Lucinka’, but she ain’t there now. We had a great understanding and she treated me like a god damn king, and even a massage at the end. OH, wow, she was so good… I was fucking her between my English classes… Yeah, I am an English Teacher and a good shag between lessons is just what you need, eh. And on a low paid job like this, you might as well spend what you have on a great time…!!!!

Feb 11, 2016 17:29 | Dan

There are many places for sex in Prague. There were some really good places about 10 years ago.

I used to go to a great place called sladky pusinky at Nam Miru. There was a lovely young woman there and she was so nice… just a little round and plum, slightly a touch of fat, but such a nice rounded ass… MMMMMmmmm, and her pussy was amazing to lick out.

She gave me a special DEAL of 1500 Kc… which included 69 position with oral *NO condom. Her pussy was amazing to lick out and her tits were size 3 or 4. We had such a great time and she was sweet and loving, like a real girlfriend. The woman was called ‘Lucinka’, but she ain’t there now. We had a great understanding and she treated me like a god damn king, and even a massage at the end. OH, wow, she was so good… I was fucking her between my English classes… Yeah, I am an English Teacher and a good shag between lessons is just what you need, eh. And on a low paid job like this, you might as well spend what you have on a great time…!!!!

May 22, 2016 22:13 | Ron

I’m looking for a good Irish bar. What do you suggest?

Jun 22, 2016 18:13 | Jake

Hello! I’m active duty navy and getting out of the service soon and wanting to move to Prague. Have been reading a lot on everything and just wanted an open mind of how it would be for me there. Such as finding a good stable job, schools for children. I have a 4 year old daughter. And how the women are there. Keep in mind I have been all around the world and an attractive easy going guy. I grew up in Germany until I was 5 and tired of America and where it is going.

Aug 04, 2016 01:11 | Missy

We are a couple in 50’s and want to visit a sex club or a private apartment. I’ve read Atlas is to avoid. We looked online at Neon, Sweet Paradise, E5relax, and Showplace. Does anyone have any suggestions or warnings? Private apartments seem less shady, as I’ve heard some places rip off people on their tab. We just want to be prepared.
Thank you for your help.

Feb 06, 2017 13:26 | Shina

Hi all,

My name is Shina and I am based here in Prague, I am working on a side project www.nosift.com — a service that notifies people interested in accommodation. We combine listings of accommodation services and send our users to any new offer that matches their interest.

What we’re trying to solve is the:

– Reduce the amount of time spent going through multiple sites – Get quick notification once a new offer is listing from over 15 services – Get the right contents instead of filtering through various websites

I had these problems myself (taking 2 months to find a place) and I really want to make it easier.

I’m open to hear what you guys think.

Regards,
Shina
hello@nosift.com

Mar 21, 2017 16:46 | Jana

Ladies, please be careful of a disgusting man in Prague who is abusing women and trying to sexually abuse them. His name is Matt Hynes. You should be careful of him. He tried to sexually abuse me. First I thought he was just flirting, but he is a dirty man who like to chase after women. He is a British man who works in sales and he like to really push women and bother them. He’s a dirty pervert.

Apr 26, 2017 09:02 | Peter

G’day I am fortunate to have a uni place for a month in Prague
Have been advised to fly from melbourne Australia to Munich then rail to Prague
Finance is tight but the opportunity is fabulous – expect would need a couple of days accommodation in Prague on arrival and before departure

What would I expect to pay for clean safe accommodation , a reasonable meal and a trip around town on say the red bus

Would value your opinion and what airline would you suggest

Kind regards. Peter

Apr 26, 2017 09:02 | Peter

G’day I am fortunate to have a uni place for a month in Prague
Have been advised to fly from melbourne Australia to Munich then rail to Prague
Finance is tight but the opportunity is fabulous – expect would need a couple of days accommodation in Prague on arrival and before departure

What would I expect to pay for clean safe accommodation , a reasonable meal and a trip around town on say the red bus

Would value your opinion and what airline would you suggest

Kind regards. Peter

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