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Visiting a foreign city is always an adventure in many senses of the word. Discovering the new places, atmosphere, people, habits, culture is an exciting – but also demanding – activity. That is why we started writing our blog – to help you with orientation in all aspects of your stay in our hotel – from the transport upon your arrival, over the weather in Prague in different seasons, to some suggestions of where to go and why – both in and out the city.

For a better guidance, the texts are divided into three different sections.

In the section called Prague Tips you will find mostly practical information – how to get to the hotel from the airport, railway station or by car, how to change your currency, or what are the musts to see if your time for visit is rather limited.

The following section called Culture, Art and History, offers a wide variety of topics that might be handy for your repeated Prague visits – you will find here inspiration on places, that are not the usual Prague touristic destinations, or some insiders´ views that are not to be found in a usual travel guide. These articles present important historical context for your visit, cultural tips and other hints on Prague that might be of some interest for those who either plan or realise their visit.

In the third section called Prague Surroundings, we are striving to gather similar sort of hints and information on places that might be worth your seeing behind the borders of the city – no matter if they boast cultural or natural beauties. Such a day trip out of the city might provide you with insigts that you will never gain in the city itself…

We firmly believe that the informative background provided in our blog can contribute to the feelings of enjoyment and understanding during your stay in Hotel Rott!

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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zizkov Prague
A former working class and artistic district with a high rate of criminality recently became a must-see for tourists – we are not talking about the Parisian Montmartre, but Prague´s Žižkov. What exactly to do and see in this old, picturesque part of the city? Avoid Žižkov? Big mistake An old Czech proverb advises any […]
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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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Prague
7 insider tips about visiting Prague in the most comfortable, profitable and safer way. Prague is certainly a city full of beauty and history, located in one of the safest regions of the current world. These are some hints on how to make your stay in Prague even more comfortable, enjoyable and worth of your […]
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little town prague
Names are often misleading. Coming from the long forgotten past, their origin and reasons are lost and  we only guess why and how they appeared. The part of the historic centre of Prague called Little – or Lesser – town is neither smaller, nor less important or pretty than other parts of the old Prague. […]
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Kutná Hora
Maybe you’ve had enough of Prague and want to see something else, or perhaps you were planning to see more of the Czech Republic from the beginning. Whatever your reason may be, hopefully this article will give you some options about what to do outside of the capital. In this part, we’ll take a look […]
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Vltava River
River in the life of Prague Just as the Thames for the Londoners, or Seine for Parisians, the Vltava river has always played an essential role in the life of the city of Prague: from being the source of drinking water (which still remains partially true nowadays) to serving as an important way of transportation, […]
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strelecky ostrov
The Střelecký ostrov (roughly translated as the Shooters island) is one of ten small islands on the Vltava river, that are within the city area. It is crossed by the Bridge of Legions (Most Legií), and connects the Masarykovo and Smetanovo embankment on the western side of Vltava with the Janáčkovo embankment on the East. […]
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