Church of SS Cyril and Methodius

A beautiful church bearing the memory of an enormous courage in the fight against the Nazi´s during the World War II. The church probably owes its Baroque verve to Kilian Ignaz Dientzenhofer and was built from 1730 to 1736. The interior of the Orthodox church features stucco paintings by Michele Ignazio Palliardi and frescos by…

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How to get from Prague airport

The cheapest way how to get from Prague airport to city centre is to use the public transport. At the airport you have to take the bus no. 119. Before you enter the bus, do not forget to buy a ticket (90 minutes) for 32 CZK per person. The ticket machines are at the airport…

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Prague House Symbols

Long before the people of Prague identified their houses with numbers, they marked their dwellings by using so-called house symbols, whose imagery is usually linked in some way or another to the history of the house itself, or to the trade that was practiced within its walls (like bells, cans, rings, goblets, keys, etc.). The…

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Our neighbourhood – namesti Miru (Peace square) in Prague

Less tourists, local atmosphere, a park, a beautiful church and theatre, local markets…..that´s namesti Miru (Peace square) located only 10 min slow walk from Boutique hotel Seven Days. It is the central square of Vinohrady quarter, whose inner part is arranged as a park. Dominated by a neo-gothic church of St. Ludmila, built in the…

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Wine in Prague

Are you a wine lover? Prague loves wine too and the history of the first vineyard in Prague goes back to 10th century. New trends, wine-growing traditions and advantageous geography make Prague one of the top cities for wine lovers right now. The Czech Republic is known as a beer paradise, but for over a…

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Franz Kafka and Prague

Franz Kafka has become a synonym for turn-of-the-century Prague like no other. Visitors come by the thousands to trace his footsteps on the banks of the Vltava river. Franz Kafka was born in 1883 on the outskirts of the then still existing Prague ghetto. After his studies at the German University of Prague, Kafka worked…

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Black Light Theatre in Prague

Prague is rich not only in history but also in culture. The black light theatre has a long tradition and there are many black light theatres in Prague. The quality of each is different and it might be difficult for a visitor to choose the right one. We provide our guests with concierge services and…

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How to get to Prague ZOO

Prague ZOO is the fourth best ZOO in the world by Tripadvisor so it is definitely worth visiting while you are in Prague. It is located in a beautiful location close to the river. How to get to Prague ZOO? The most convenient way to get to the Prague ZOO is a combination of metro…

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