Prague offers seemingly endless sightseeing opportunities, so the fact the centre is relatively compact & easy to get around is a real bonus.
Prague offers seemingly endless sightseeing opportunities, so the fact the centre is relatively compact & easy to get around is a real bonus. You have the world famous Wenceslas Square, the cobbled streets & superb architecture of the Old Town, the magnificent Charles Bridge, the historic 'lesser town' of Mala Strana, Prague Castle, the Mozart Museum - and we haven't even touched on the shopping & regular concerts!
Hotels available in Prague
Ametyst Hotel is a good quality 4* `boutique` style hotel, situated in a quiet location and a pleasant 15 - 20 minute walk to the top of Wenceslas Square. For those who prefer not to walk, there is a tram service just a few minutes from the hotel, which makes it easy to get around the whole city. The hotel has its own bar and restaurant and there is a selection of bars and restaurants very nearby.
Hotel Beranek is located an easy walk of around 10 minutes to Wenceslas Square, with the Old Town approx 20 minutes away and the River Vltava and Charles Bridge slightly further. For those who prefer, the very efficient tram system is available from virtually on the doorstep, so all the sights of Prague are very easily accessible.
Hotel Clement is conveniently located in a quiet street very close to the River Vltava, within a few minutes walk of the main shopping area and the Old Town Square. The famous sights of Charles Bridge and Wenceslas Square are also both within pleasant walking distance.
Superb hotel which is well placed in resort, good service throughout.
Mr Lansbury, stayed at Ola Hotel El Vistamar, Porto Colom