Looking for a place to stay in Prague? Then look no further than Prague City, a budget friendly guest house that brings the best of Prague to your doorstep.
You can take advantage of some of the amenities offered by Prague City, including a 24 hour front desk and baggage storage. As an added convenience, there is paid private parking available nearby.
Nearby landmarks such as Old Town Square (1.3 mi) and Statue of Franz Kafka (1.4 mi) make Prague City a great place to stay when visiting Prague.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the Italian restaurants, including Marina Ristorante, Pasta Fresca, and La Finestra, all of which are a short distance from Prague City.
If you are interested in exploring Prague, check out one of the historic sites, such as Old Town Hall with Astronomical Clock, World War II in Prague Tour, and Vysehrad National Cultural Monument.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Prague City as you experience everything Prague has to offer.
This pension is terrible. The room is very dirty. Too much dust everywhere, you can't close windows. Old stuff everywhere, everything is dirty. We felt like in year 1900. Socket not working, you can't charge your phone. And very bad smell. Don't go here!!!
Prague is a beautiful old east European capital. The Charles Bridge over the Vitava River unifies the city. The bridge is named after Charles IV Holy Roman Emperor from 1346 to 1378. We found the food for our lunch in the city to be wonderful. My wife was very happy to find a Polish restaurant in the lower floor of the Prague Opera House. A large old town area with many restaurants in the streets off of the old town area. I hope that the attached photos will help you to understand this beautiful city.
You pay for what you get cheap and cheerful .staff friendly and polite room does what it says on the tin if looking for modern comfort don't go here .20 min walk from Prague square plenty of food and pubs near by
Surprises to see Prague city beautiful landscape and vibrant energy. So many attractions to cover during the winter season. I recommend at least 2 night stay to appreciate the city sightseeing and museums.
One star because it did had 2 beds and a bathroom, as promised. Everything else is under any standard. "The reception" looks like from 1950is, heating in the room was really bad, blackout drapes/curtains DO NOT EXIST (pure lie), Coffee/tea maker not in the room (you can ask for it in the "reception"), the bathroom is dirty and smells like in the toilet on the train station in Prague. The neighborhood is really bad (many junkies, homeless persons and alcoholics), NOBODY speaks English (or don't want to), restaurants are expensive and the service sucks. First and last time I visit this country, no thank you.
Beautiful city , firework display on new years eve breaktaking disappointingly the new year day fireworks did not go ahead and only changed after we book so found out when we got here. Czech people are friendly and helpful, sights in every street you turn. Great city just disappointed about the firework display on new years day.overall lovely city at this time of year with a great market
Absolutely beautiful city. So much history. Friendly people and very affordable. I took the 6 hour bus, walk and boat guided tour for about $50 which included lunch and coffee and cake towards the end of the tour. I was so impressed that I will go out of my way to visit there again next time. I stayed at a very small family run hotel that was only about a 20 minute ride by subway to the city center.
Prague is honestly a disappointment. One day is more than enough to see everything. Do not go to Prague if you like good food, a good nightlife, history and culture and friendly people. I fact, the people are rather rude and unwelcoming. Do not expect them to smile at you or help you find the way. Dlouha street and Karlivy Lazne, which are supposed to be the centre of Prague's nightlife, are absolutely dead. You won't find many youngsters in this city. And there's honestly not much to do.
Beautiful city full of wonderful monuments we did two walks a two hour night walk very interesting but if you go in December be sure to wear warm clothes and shoes ! Then we did a six hour walk with a pause for lunch during the day but be careful night falls early in Prague 4.30 more or less . The walk was very interesting! We also saw the Xmas markets and the famous squares plus crossing the river seeing the lovely bridges and up to the cathedral and palace. Of course we also saw the famous clock and were able to see it striking the hour !The only negative points are the inhabitants they aren’t very friendly and the food isn’t great but the town is well worth the visit!
The staff were friendly and the room was clean also just 10 min walk in to centre We had the mindset as it's just somewhere to sleep but we could not even do that ,there is 2 little black doors in the wall of the opposite building and at about 8pm - 5am every night they open and it sounds like the busiest underground night club in Prague, people piling on to the street for cigarettes and fights and this goes on until early hours every day, i have stayed lots of places but this has to be the worst for noise I will be glad to get home for a good nights sleep , I had to take the mattress of another bed ans put on top of mine as it was that thin I could feel the wooden bits underneath it , after this it was ok Spend a little more money and get a good nights sleep
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