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.
Tomorrow we'll leave after 4 days with few regrets, embarrassed to have been part of the tourist tsunami that has engulfed this city. If you read posts from a few years ago they'll tell you how wonderful the city is. Trouble is, millions (like us) read them and came to see. So many have come that it's a zoo. Go to the iconic places and be swamped by crowds and risk being impaled on selfie sticks ... or trampled by the phalanx formations of tour groups. There are legions of these, increasingly led not by a guide with radio link to headphones worn by the group but instead blaring commentary from a boom box linked to a hand mike. Deep down this is a lovely place but good luck being able to see that.
We visited Prague and I fell and in love with the place. It was like travelling back in history and living in a bygone era. I was amazed to see the architecture which was so old and still in tact. Charles bridge, the castle, infant Jesus Church, Cathedrals, squares... Oh everything was so charming. We took the hop off hop on bus on day 1 and got to know the city.Tgevriver cruise was lovely. If you are ready to walk, everything was within walkable distance. The weather was salubrious and getting around by tram was so easy and inexpensive! And that is what we did on day 2. We got a one day pass for just 110 CZK and could travel the whole day. It is a charming city replete with ancient history!! A must see!
4/5 days in Prague and only found rude disrespectful people who’s only intentions are to rip tourists off. We are fairly well traveled - But this is the worst city we have ever come to AVOID Prague like the Plague Is no coincidence of the spelling Prague / Plague
We were here for few days and it’s an absolutely unfriendly place and arrogant people.if you are English speaking their attitude is very different and it’s impossible to find your own way around.the whole place is not tourist friendly.they ripped us of with tips and they wait like dogs until u leave a tip and the tram people imposed fine purposefully this is to only English speaking people never again we will visit here and would not recommend to anyone if possible go to any place in Spain Italy or France
Prague, capital city of the Czech Republic is nicknamed “the City of a Hundred Spires,” it's known for its Old Town Square with colorful buildings, Gothic churches and the medieval Astronomical Clock, which gives an animated hourly show. The Charles Bridge is lined with statues. The Vltava river flows through the city. I loved the place. The public transport is good so going around is not a problem. While you are here you must have the famous Czech Tredlnik!