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- This was a lovely little stadium , we had great seats and only paid about £10 per ticket. The beer was very cheap and was nice being able to drink beer while watching the match, unlike in England . The food served looked great although we didn’t try it and looked very good prices too . Would definitely come to the stadium again while in Prague . Slavia slavia slaviaWritten February 27, 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- My twin brother Stephen and I were heading to the wonderful craft beer bar called Zubaty Pes Pub and we had jumped the tram to stop Bohemians which drops you off outside the football stadium of Bohemians Praha.
Founded in 1905 and playing in green and white they are affectionately nicknamed The Kangaroos ( kiokani ) .
There as local a Prague team as you will visit,the ground looks cool in a run down sort of way, with a capacity of 5000 I would bet it's a great place to watch a football match cheering on the local team along with the locals ,they have won their division title once in the 1982_ 83 season so have some pedigree in their league.
A wonderful looking stadium, easy to locate, tram numbers 6.7.31 to stop Bohemians drops you off at the stadium.
Well worth checking out if your in the area.Written April 29, 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- Interesting insight into Czech football and Slavia Prague. Lots of nostalgia, trophies and donated football kits. For a small 200 korona, you can have access to many areas you don't normally get in other stadiums. And you are given the freedom to roam around the different rooms as you choose. What I'd like to see is more information and detail about the Czech football history, as opposed to recalling a number of memorable matches.Written February 23, 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- Serious safety incidentThis street used to be a cool place to experience Prague off the beaten track. Now it has become a self-cliched bastion of be offended by everything identity politics. Those who are not LGBT and vegan are made and told to feel unwelcome and in some instances referred to ask Nazis. I had my genitals groped here by a homoxexual pair in a bar that did not have a rainbow flag flying (or such a sticker on the door) and when I reacted with a WTF? I had a mob of people jump in my face, with fingers pointed screaming "homophobe." there is anything but a friendly and tolerant vibe on most of this street anymore and that is a pity. As an 18-year rsident of Vrsovice it is truly saddening.Written January 24, 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- This museum offers a fantastic collection of European and Czech art of the late 19th to 21st century. It possesses some of the best Picasso's to be seen in the world and what I found to be the most beautiful & largest Renoir I've ever laid eyes on.
When you enter on the 4th floor (the suggestion is to start at the top in the permanent collection and move downwards to the temporary exhibitions), it seems quite small as the rooms are divided and in fact turn around a central atrium (which cannot be seen). It only seems that there is one more room beyond this one, but there is always another.
The organisation is by theme rather than by painter or period. Thus night pictures in moonlight will be found together, as will be portraits or scenery. Paintings by Czech artists who are little known outside the country, are hung beside the the most internationally well-known artists. In this way the county's artists are placed in their international context and the foreign visitor can learn who these artists are and appreciate their work.
In a second type of organisation, we find works of Czech artists from specific areas & cities of the country, Moravia, Bohemia, Brno ...
The lower floors offer temporary exhibits. We had the luck to be graced with an exhibit of Gebauer's work and the skulpture of Sacher.
On the ground floor was exhibited the works that had been shown in various years of the Venice Biennale. Too, just outside the bookshop, there are great armchairs & couches to sit and relax in after the visit.Written August 28, 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- Small, but I rate it as very good because of the interesting installations for kids. Recommended to visit if you are somewhere around.Written August 28, 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- i am an avid football fan, and this was my greatest experience of the beautiful game since the 1970,s. the fans are passionate, proud and vocal but above all they will welcome you to join in and enjoy. The unique ground [Dolicek} and the supporters create the best atmosphere possible.Forget Old trafford, the bernabau ,or the nou camp, where i have watched games, they will never compare to what can be found here.The result was the only disappointment but anyone who visits will come away with a smile on their face and will be an adopted Bohemian.Written March 18, 2017This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- This is a great park. It’s out-of-the-way. There are some hills , water fountain and lots of trails. A great place to spend some time when it is hot. Just sit in the shade.Written July 27, 2018This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- That house was exceptionally open for two hours on 15Oct2018. I had the rare chance to visit it then, alerted by a Czech friend. A famous journalist/writer, Karel Capek and his painter brother, Josef, shared a very big, beautiful house with a wonderful garden. In that house important meetings/events of recent Czech political history took place, so it is a very precious landmark for Czech people. Personally, I only saw some empty rooms, which did not depict the resident's character, since all of his artifacts and furniture have either been lost or sent to various museums. Once the house is brought back to its former glory, it would be really interesting to visit it.Written October 17, 2018This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- I have been going to HASA stadion quite recently these past few months.
Usually I went skating during the morning public hours. However even this time isn’t perfectly accommodated for the public, HASA doesn’t allow an outsider to use the changing rooms so you need to change in to your skating clothes at the toilet.Written January 21, 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- The Zimni Stadion Eden is the home of Slavia Prague Ice Hockey club, who have been playing back at their small stadium rather than the O2 Arena following their relegation to the Czech Second Division in 2015.
The Stadium was built in the 1970s and is part of the large Eden sport complex that includes the 23,000 capacity football stadium ( the name of which seems to change every few years due to sponsorship – it is now the Sinobo Arena ), rugby and hockey pitches, an athletics stadium, a swimming pool plus the ice rink. We took tram 6 to Kubanske Namesti and it is a short walk from the tram stop.
The official capacity is 4,000 but just over 1,200 turn up for the match we saw. The stadium has seats on one side, and a steep terrace on the opposite side. Tickets are 130 KCS for seats or 90 KCS for standing, with discounts of 10 KCS available if tickets are bought on-line 24 hours before the match. The match programme is free but is simply a folded sheet of A4 paper with the squads, recent results, next fixtures and league table. It is a nice souvenir though.
As temperatures are dropping to close to freezing we head for the bar/restaurant which is behind one end and has good views of the rink. We are then advised we could have watched the game from the restaurant for the price of standing tickets, and are able to grab two seats directly behind the goal.
Outside the restaurant, the Slavia fans are making a lot of noise on the terrace, and there are around 200 away supporters at the far end of the terrace, although many of the visitors appear to be pre-occupied with queueing for drinks. There are also a fair number of people watching from the concourse above the terrace. The spectators in the seats mostly watch in silence.
Whereas watching Ice Hockey in the Top Division in Czech is similar to the experience of watching NHL, the second division is very different. There are no flashing lights, no dramatic entrances at the start, no kiss-cam or other types of crowd involvement, and no organ player !Written January 21, 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- Recently visited the place and saw an Impro-Theater act. The actors gave their best, the place is nice and clean. Big thumb up that you can have drinks and there is no pressure to get involved...but of course you want to.
Enjoyed from the beginning till the end.
I will definitely go again (and again)...Written November 3, 2017This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.