Author: Jana Budinská

Petřín – the best known of the Prague hills
Petřín – or Laurenziberg – the hill of Saint Laurentius, belongs to the panorama of Prague as inseparably as the Charles Bridge or the Prague Castle. It complements the architectural parts of the historical city with its natural green profile and offers visitors a fresh and shadowy refuge during their sightseeing day. Prague‘s heights along […]
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The Old Town Square
The official and the everyday history of the city and its central square If you stay in our hotel, you are literally just a few steps from The Old Town Square – one of the most important witnesses to Prague´s history. It has seen many of the important, history making events, but also an uncountable […]
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prague wheelchair
Looking back… The communist régime in the then Czechoslovakia did not do much to ease the life of people with different disabilities, just in the contrary – travelling was one of the things that were not regarded as important for anyone, no matter whether you went just to a lake 30 km from Prague, or […]
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prague tram
Despite the fact, that Prague is a large town – the number of its inhabitants is according to updated  statistics more then 1 324 thousand people in 2020, the historical centre is a relatively small and compact area, that can be easily seen just walking – and you do not need to be a trained walker. […]
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national museum prague
You arrived to Prague to enjoy its numerous beauties, and it´s raining cats and dogs. Your initial sightseeing turns into a complete failure and all the clothes you went in are soaked by rain… but do not worry, there are many great activities in the city you can do indoors– as visiting one of the many […]
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