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This summerhostel was open until 2012. It was the last of the real cool travellershostels in Prague. (the one in Dlouha street has arrogant high prices and is just a normal hostel).
This Sokol builiding was turned in a summerhostel every year. 70 beds in...More
There aren't many reviews for this hostel since it's only open during the summer. The rest of the year it's a Czech gynmast training centre.
GETTING THERE: I walked it from the main train station. Took about 30-45 minutes, but mostly because I was taking...More
People will hate it or love it , because they made this hostel from a gymnasium. They put beds in a huge room and separated by beds and lockers. It’s like the cubicles. I felt somebody was moving at somewhere the far end of the...More
Very, VERY basic. The dorm is a sports hall which has dozens of bunk beds chucked in, all in segregated areas of about 6 bunk beds, no pillows provided. The showers are communal so not for the shy or self conscious.
But don't let any...More
Don't come here expecting luxury. You'll hate it. However, if you are interested in finding a great place run by the friendliest people you will ever meet, a bar that is open 24 hours a day and the chance to make friends with people from...More
This hostel is open from 16th June to 12th September.
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Mala Strana (Little Quarter)
Malá Strana is one of the oldest and the most beautiful neighborhoods in the city. Nestled underneath Prague Castle it was once a part of the Kings route taken by future kings on their way to coronation - originating in the Old Town, crossing Charles Bridge and leading to Saint Vitus Cathedral. Cobblestone streets are lined with picturesque medieval houses, remarkable palaces, churches, kitsch
shops and restaurants. Do not hesitate to turn a corner into any narrow street. You will suddenly find yourself in a calm and charming neighborhood full of hidden gardens, parks with peacocks, fruit trees and ponds. As the neighborhood is a home to Czech Parliament and many ministries, you can also run into well-dressed officials. If you are thirsty or hungry, it is the right place to be. Restaurants offer delicious traditional food and of course, the best Czech beers.