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ten of us expected a good czech experience, what we got was embarasing. cold un- eatable food ,poor servicee and cold food.menu to extensive to be practicle. over priced and the worst food in the czech republic .
It is a quiet place with old style classic design. The menu is huge as the Lord of the rings. I lost the pages. Many options. The service good which is not something typical for Czech republic.Waiters with shirt and tie, speaking english with educated...tone. A classic style that gives you a elegance of the night. The food is good. The fish is non the best but is normal for frozen one. The prices are high but the menu is outside and you can decide. It is a place for special events mostly.More
Recommended this restaurant by our hotel. Set back of the main road. Typical Czech cuisine which is very reasonably priced along with good priced drinks. Food was cooked to order so lovely fresh and hot. Pleasant staff, but not much atmosphere if planning to stay...for the evening unless you are out as a group.More
We were recommended this restaurant - it was tucked away between buildings, so we would probably not have entered otherwise. A nicely laid out candle lit restaurant in a walled garden. The waiter was helpful and left us to choose from the vast menu (this...took quite a while, as there are pages of choice). There are some strange combinations on the menu, but they actually seem to work together. Our food was plentiful and tasty, and the beer and wine was very reasonably priced. If you want a nice quiet dinner away from the hustle and bustle of the main square, this is a lovely little oasis.More
I went for 4 days and had a wonderful time sight seeing in a hot climate in June 19.
Very crowded as the start of the summer season but weekdays are quieter in the morning.
Lots of hen and stag parties Fridays and Saturdays so...avoid the centre tourist routes at night on those days.
There are real gem restaurants off the main roads to the squares and castles much cheaper than the central squares.
Take a long boat trip down the river or leisurely walk along Charles bridge to the castle. Some places are shut sundays and Mondays. Where busy pick pockets are in the prowl so keep valuables secure!
DONT bother with travel cards as everything is walking distance.
If using transport ticket from the airport it is bus 100 then tram to your area. 90 minute ticket will do. Only click on yellow ticket machine ONCE or you will invalidate your ticket. They will not accept it if inspector checks and fine you for invalid ticket stamped twice through your mistake.
If you want to go further around city boundary buy the 3 day 72 hour transport ticket and keep it ready to display if asked. Same system stamp once only on first trip then leave it in your bag until asked to display on any other trip.
Tourists attractions are not free and there can be long queues so look at other places see you tube for places that have free entry.
You will be charged to use toilets so have coins available!
Well worth a visit for a weekend as very historical and attractive city.More
Restaurant with lovely garden area with over a hundred different dishes to choose from something for all tastes and varied wine menu Less than 550 CK for 2 with a glass of good wine each .well planned menu
We were recommended here from the receptionist in our hotel and so glad we came! They have lots of choices on the menu and a very good cocktail and homemade lemonade menu. The goulash with the different types of dumplings was very tasty and my...boyfriend had the breaded chicken with curry crust which he said was good. Good beer and cocktails were delicious and all for a great price. Staff were friendly and nice as well and was in a nice little courtyard. We visited here twice, once for dinner and once for drinks.More
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Nove Mesto (New Town)
Nearly 700 hundred meters long, Wenceslas Square represents the most frequent and buzzing crossroads of the city. The National Museum in the upper part of the square watches over your spending spree in countless shops and retail stores lining the entire square, which ends at Na Příkopě, the most famous shopping street. When tired or broke, you can explore the city's underpasses, which can take you to the Old Town
or to the courtyards of art nouveau houses with secret gems of greenery, white benches and rose bushes that provide unexpected peace in the midst of the city. Be sure to pay a visit to the traditional cafés, classic Czech pubs, cinemas and theaters. National Theater near the river has a lot to offer to foreigners. Go to the river bank and enjoy live music and drinks while watching a sunset behind Prague Castle.