About Prague Hotels
Since the Velvet revolution in 1989, Prague has become one of the most visited cities in Europe. It has enough accommodation alternatives to meet every type of tourist need. Prague is a popular destination especially from April to September and over the Christmas and New Year period, when prices are at their highest. February and November are low season and it is easy to pick up low-priced accommodation.
Prague is a small city. All hotels in the center are close to the main historic sights and beauty spots. En-suite bathrooms and satellite television are standard for all rooms. The suburbs are well served by tram and metro. On average it will take twenty to thirty minutes to get to the center. Many hotels have WiFi and broadband Internet connection, but this is not always free of charge. Breakfast is often included in the room price.
A good choice for attractively priced hotels is Zizkov which used to be a working-class district but is now reinventing itself into a trendy neighborhood. Vinohrady just outside the city center is peppered with an imposing array of nineteenth-century apartment buildings. Most hotels in this district are modestly priced. A thirty-minute walk or a few stops on the tram or metro takes you to the historic center of Prague.
About Marianne Crone
Marianne Crone divides her time between her home in the Netherlands and an apartment in Prague, the city where her son, daughter-in-law and grandson live.
Now retired, Marianne is still an avid traveler and when she is not on a trip, she is planning the next one. She always has a bag packed, ready for the next adventure – a cycle trip to Prague, Paris or... Read More
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