Prague – Some suggestions
Last September, we spent four days in Prague and I´d like to recommend you some of the places where we were. First of all, Bohemia Plaza was a very surprising option. It is a 4-star hotel where we reserved a double room. This room had the exit directly to the street, the room was a big duplex with a very nice bathtub in the besdroom. The price per night was quite cheap, cheaper than many of the B&B where we´ve been in Ireland.
During our stay, we visited all the touristic places such as the Astronomic Clock, Prague casttel, Charles bridge, Jewish Quarter (Josejov) and rambling on the Old Town. We also visited Kafka museum because of Franz Kafka, together with Boris Vian, are my favorite writers so, it was mandatory to drop by the museum. The museum was decorated like it was an old attic (together with a room decorated like an archive. I must confess that they really mystified the writer, maybe too much. I don´t know if this was unavoidable. However, the exhibition was very interesting indeed.
We enjoyed eating in the streets markets and stalls but I would like to recommend you some of the restaurants. Klub Architetuk was a nice cozy restaurant with very reasonable prices. Restaurant Mucha was a place decorated with Alfons Mucha´s paintings; it offers a menu with czech and international dishes. But without any doubt, the best restaurant where we´re in Prague was Mount Steak with a menu focused on all kinds of steaks (from beef and pork to the most exotic animals like shark, cocodrile, aligator, reindeer, antolope, snake and many other). The prices were very good as well. Nevertheless if you like cakes and ices creams, you can´t miss the chance to go to Ovocne lahudky Svetozor where we enjoyed the best dark chocolate ice cream that I´ve ever tasted. To fin the address in English, please cick here. I´m sure that I´m forgetting other places but these are what we liked them most.
And I didn´t say yet how beautiful Prague is!
Pictures by Shammael.