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The Best Places to Stay in Prague

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Prague is a wonderfully beautiful and historic city, and it’s the perfect place to escape for the weekend with your loved one. From roaming canals and stunning bridges to amazing architecture and fantastic food, the people of Prague are very hospitable, and we have no doubt you’ll have an experience like no other when visiting the city. Millions of tourists flock here every year, exploring the historic Old Town while checking out the modern and sleek features of the New Town. Whether you’re visiting Prague for the ultimate shopping experience, or you’re looking for a historical adventure, you’re going to need a place to stay, so here are some of the best hotels on offer. 

Hotel Josef – For the ‘Hipsters’

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If you want to make an entrance in Prague, then this is the hotel to do it in. The orange and pink façade of Hotel Josef can’t be missed, and because it can be found in the historic Jewish Quarter in the city centre, it defines the boutique style immaculately. With cocktail bars and great restaurants all around, there’s more than enough to keep you entertained when staying at Hotel Jospeh, and with prices starting from around 149 euros, you won’t be breaking the budget either.

Dum u Velky Boty – An Intimate Setting

The owners of this house, Jan and Charlotte Rippl, have been welcoming guests to their wonderful hotel for over a decade, and there’s a reason by many of them choose to come back year after year. Not only does this hotel benefit from a solid reputation as a comfortable, warm and friendly establishment, but it’s also just around the corner from the Lesser Quarter, one of the most popular areas in the city.

Built in 1669, this huge house has seen various extensive restorations, and thankfully it still contains some of its 17th century flair which makes it so attractive to stay in. This house with its various rooms is an antique in itself, so if you’re looking to stay somewhere that is as intimate as it is historical, then this is the place for you and you should try looking online to compare and find low costing flights.

The Clown and Bard – Cheap and Cheerful

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If you’re only staying in Prague for the weekend, then you’ll surely be looking for something cheap and cheerful. The Clown and Bard can be found in the Zizkov District, one of the most popular up and coming areas of the city, and it’s a place where you can feel at home, no matter how short your stay. Although rooms are cheap, starting from as little as £7, that doesn’t mean you’re going to staying with all the riff-raff; in fact, stag and hen parties are barred from booking at the hotel.

One of the best things about the Clown and Bard is its evening entertainment. From live bands and themed nights to magic shows and other great forms of entertainment, you could easily spend and evening in the hotel, and with the great local food it serves, you won’t even have to leave the comfort of your bedroom! 

Travel Globe — Challenge Unknown Lands

Challenge Unknown Lands

Do you wake up in the mornings and lie in your bed at nights with a dream to travel the globe? To visit all the places one can see; to learn tons of tiny peculiarities of every country and mainland; to listen to the songs of paradise birds? If you don`t know where to start or continue your travel globe, think about Antarctic.

 Travel Globe: Why Antarctic?

Why Antarctic can be a great place for travel globe? Well, probably, because there are only few braves who dared to go there; to the southern polar part of the globe, which includes parts of Antarctic and the Atlantic, Indian and Pacific Oceans. The total area of ​​Antarctic is about 52 millions of square km. Do you know that in the Antarctic, there is the world’s largest cold desert, though here 70% of the world’s fresh water is concentrated? But all of it, of course, in a frozen state, is represented in the vast ice sheet. This view of your travel globe must become unforgettable, right?