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The Hotel Noir lobby is a modern and effectively furnished space, following overall design line of other hotel spaces. The guests may rest there in soft couches, where they can spend time waiting for an appointment or before a trip to the city. For the hotel visitors who want to spend moments in the lobby requiring comfortable sitting at a table, a large part of the lobby is equipped with...

The Golden Chapel, as the National Theatre has been called in Bohemia since the time of the National Renascence, serves essentially the theatre arts since 1962, when there was at the same place completed the construction of the Temporary Theatre. Finally on the 11th of June 1881, the National Theatre built by "the nation...

16 rooms Superior are permeated with a unique atmosphere appreciatedespecially by more ...

That the Prague Castle is currently the most remarkable Czech castle and the only one castle in Bohemia functioning as the seat of the President, is widely known. But only a few people probably know that the hill on which the Prague Castle stands bears the name Opyš and that it has been since the 9th century the seat of Bohemian lords and kings. The seat of the President of the...

Double rooms welcome their visitors with a cozy elegance that follows the line of black and white design of the entire hotel. Simple but tasteful room accessories such as pillows and bedcovers only underline the modern appearance of the room and support its functionality. Sufficiently large space of the rooms allows arranging double bed or twin bedding...

Wenceslas Square with National Museum is an inseparable symbol of both day and night Prague. Originally called the Horse Market, the Wenceslas Square is 682 m long and 60 m wide boulevard leading from the National Museum to the border of the Old Town and its famous part Můstek. Wenceslas Square has always been the scene of revolutionary events in the Czech...

The Nationale Nederlanden Building at the banks of Vltava river, so called Dancing House or Ginger and Fred, is exceptional not only from an architectural ...

Wenceslas Square is an inseparable symbol of both day and night Prague. Originally called the Horse Market, the Wenceslas Square is 682 m long and 60 m wide boulevard leading from the National Museum on the top of the square to the border of the Old Town and its famous part Můstek. Wenceslas Square has always been the scene of revolutionary events in the Czech history, a...

Petřín Tower stands in one of the most beautiful places in Prague, in the gardens of Petřín hill, a symbol of love and lovers wandering through the gardens mainly in May.
The idea of ​​the creation of Petřín lookout Tower was born in 1889 at the World Exhibition in Paris, where enthusiastic members of the Club of Czech Tourists took idea of ​​building a free copy of the...

Beautifully embellished Prague astronomical clock or Old Town clock is one of the most attractive monuments of the City. It is probably one of the most preserved medieval astronomical clocks generally and from its dial different time still can be read.

Astronomical Clock is located on the south side of the Old Town Hall Tower in Old Town...