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Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic and its nickname is “Golden City,” which it definitely lives up to. There are a great number of Prague hostels to choose from, most of which are fairly good hostels.
Prague consists of 57 boroughs, but do not worry, only five of them are actually of interest for tourists; namely Staré Město (old city center), Nové Město (stunning gothic and baroque architecture), Malá Strana (home to ostentatious palaces and churches), Hradčany (home to the Loreto complex and Prague Castle), and Josefov (Old Jewish quarter).
If you are looking for a hostel in Prague, ideally you would look for one in one of those five. But if not, getting around in Prague is not a problem, there is an extensive public transport system consisting of trams, buses, metro lines, a funicular, and several ferry services which all have a common ticketing system. The airport is connected to the city center by bus and metro so it's easy to get to your Prague hostel.
While you are in Prague, walk around and admire the golden alleyways which are responsible for the cities nickname. Find Gehry’s Dancing House as an example of modern architecture and then emerge into one of the world's most ingenuous and diversified collections of architecture, from Art Nouveau to Baroque, Renaissance, Cubist, Gothic and Neo-Classical. Cross the picturesque Charles Bridge, visit the largest castle in the world, and discover Czech History in the National Museum. Before returning to your hostel for the evening, don't miss to enjoy Prague’s vibrant nightlife and drink some of Europe’s cheapest beer with the locals.
Short train journey away is Kutna Hora with a Bone Chapel
Food in Prague is delicious and cheap
City Scape from Charles Bridge GORGEOUS
Astronomical Clock when chimed is astronomically disappointing but beautiful to look at!
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Sir Toby's Hostel
"With all the people, the environment, and activities at Sir Toby's Hostel, it is not a surprise that the hostel has the highest ratings; we expect that it will stay that way for a time to come. The Location On the other side of the river to the old town, but close to the trams to take you there, you will find Sir Toby's, nestled in among a more local feel than your average touristy locations. It will literally take you ten minutes on a...
Advantage Hostel - Prague
"This is a large hostel in a busy part of the city. On the positive side, the beds are single beds, not bunkbeds as in most hostels, and the rooms are spacious and clean. On the negative side, if you're not a smoker, or even if you're a smoker who doesn't like to sleep in a smoky room, you might want to avoid this hostel. They allow smoking in the bedrooms and there are no nonsmoking rooms offerred. The guests seem to be mostly Czech...
Clown & Bard Hostel
"The illustrious Clown & Bard Hostel has been open ever since we first came to Prague in 1995, and ever since then has been offering up the basic staples a great hostel -- comfortable basic beds, super helpful staff, affordable prices, and a great location. They have everything you need to make your visit to Prague comfy and exciting! Of course, over the years, they’ve kept the place up to date with nice, colourful rooms and comfortable beds;...
Travellers Hostel - Prague
"Travellers' Hostel Dlouhá is a true party hostel in a superb location near old town square. It is not as clean or modern as some hostels, but this is the place to be if you want to have a good time in Prague. The Location The hostel is in a very central location, just two minutes’ walk from old town square. Prague is a very condensed city, so Charles Bridge, the castle, and all other main attractions are fifteen minutes’ walk away. It...
Travellers' Hostel Josefská
"I stayed in this hostel last summer and was very satisfied with it. It is only a step from the Charles Bridge. The staff were very friendly and helpful, they booked accommodation in their hostel in Brno and there was no problem reserving a night for two days in advance (I kept coming back). Though dorms are sleeping 16 people and showers are communal (and a bit short on hot water), they were both clean and I had no problems with other...
Travellers' Hostel Island
"A hostel located on an island in the middle of the river with a bridge connecting it to land on both sides of the river. The island has an area that shows outdoor movies at night, and there are tennis courts and an outdoor sitting area at the hostel. The sleeping area is one single large gym room with many beds. The bathroom facilities are poor. The island location is unique but it's a bit more humid that other hostels during the summer...
Hostel SPUS Strahov
"This is one of the Strahov college campus dorm buildings that serve as hostels during the summer. They generally offer single and double bed rooms with a bathroom on each floor. The location is a tram ride plus a short bus ride plus a couple blocks walking from the main part of the city. There are a couple clubs on campus within a block or two of the hostel." … "I really like this hostel; this summer I will return with my 20 friends...
"A very nice place - I really liked staying here. We had private rooms, and honestly, I hardly felt the difference between a two-star hotel and this hostel. The furniture was simple and new. It was very clean and the staff were very nice to us. The breakfast was the same every day but I can't complain about it. The position of the hostel is also a plus. It is very close to the most important sights of Prague. Overall, our Prague experience was...
Welcome Hostel Hlavkova
"The hostel Hlavkova is one of the Welcome hostels in Prague. It has an excellent location directly in the historical centre of Prague. Near many major tourist attractions. Accommodation in single and double rooms, each two rooms have common conveniences. The prices are from 22 Euro per person per night in the single room and 16 Euro per person per night in the double room. Prices are without the breakfast. Super discount for students groups...
Ritchie's Hostel & Hotel
"Great location and easy to find. The first room we were placed in was bad--do not stay in this room. It was horrible and very far to the bathroom--two sets of stairs, and we had to travel outside. The next night we were placed in a private room, which was MUCH better. It was clean and quiet." … "Good location, clean. It claims to have "24-hour reception," but when my friends and I showed up at 1:30 a.m., we couldn't get anybody to...
"Best location ever, not even five minutes from the main square. However, this also means that it is rather loud during the night. The staff is great--they pick you up at the station and help you in whatever way they can. It's clean, and a very good place if you only want a hostel in which you can sleep. There is no common room, or anything similar." … "Quiet (not the most sociable of hostels) but very well situated. This place has...
Hostel Praha LLádví
"Hostel Spus Ladvi is located in a very nice, upscale neighborhood with lots of pensions, restaurants, a cinema, and a supermarket. This hostel has a split personality. It does some things very well, and other aspects are substandard. Check-in at this hostel is polite but lackluster. We were charged for our room and given a key with no information provided on the hostel's facilities, the neighborhood, things to do in Prague, or indeed, even...
Hostel City Center
"This hostel was pretty nice. The staff were very friendly and it was clean. The only downside was that it was pretty dark and dreary. It wasn't quite like typical hostels in the sense that it was rather impossible to meet people here, but it was very quiet. Nice area, though!" … "The rooms were basic but good. The hostel is located in a quiet area, a five-minute walk from Wenceslas Square. It's more like a few rooms attached to a hotel...
ATS Hostel Arnosta
"Hostel is in a fantastic location - lots of great restaurants and bars close by. Staff were friendly and helpful. Rooms are a good size with plenty of space to store your things and the hostel was secure with people checking that you were staying at the hostel before letting you in the building. Lots of showers - water always hot! Would recommend." … "This hostel was filthy. I cried when we arrived and honestly we had already stayed...
"Hostel Jednota is like a very large old dorm or institution, which seems to have a few long term residents. The twelve-foot ceilings add to the cavernous feel -- the sound from people walking, closing doors, talking echoes throughout halls and can be quite loud. The old lift works on occasion, but mostly you have to take the stairs. You must leave your key with the twenty-four-hour reception when you are coming and going. The Location...
"This hostel was clean and tidy, with free Internet, a common room and a friendly staff. I was fortunate to stay in a dorm and an apartment. It was really a good value for the money, and so close to the city (only a five-minute walk). Although there were a few strip clubs along the way, essentially the area was good with cafes and restaurants nearby." … "Awesome location! Very clean! Great hostel! Needs a little fun though. If you're in...
"This was one of the best hostels I have ever stayed in. The whole hostel is decorated really brightly with spray paints, a bit budget but comfortable. There is a real atmosphere, I thought this is what all hostels were like, but I later realized they weren't. Everyone who was staying there was up for having a chat and a beer. We ended up staying on those sofas till five in the morning. The showers and rooms might have looked a bit grotty...
HI - Prague - Pension BETA Hostel
"… in 10 minutes! Tram no. 18 will take you to Charles Bridge,Old Town in 11 minutes and 16 minutes to Prague Castle. The reception desk is open 24 hours a day. The possibility to order rooms with own social facilities. Local taxes, buffet breakfast and bedding are included in the price . Luggage storage is free . Non-smoking rooms available upon request . Telephone,fax service and safe at the reception desk . Front desk-City tours...
Private ILA B & B
"… underground station KOBYLISY. We offer comfortable rooms in price for 1-3 persons and 3 of our rooms have a private bath. Breakfast is served in the dining room equipped with TV. A telephone and refrigerator are also available for your use. Safe parking in the garden is free and there is also a paying garage 200 metres away. CHECK-IN time for new guests is from 10.00 and If you are arriving after 18.00, please call the...
"… you are looking for comfortable, affordable and central accommodation in a friendly atmosphere then Hostel Svehlova is the right place for you. We offer: • twin beds , triple bedrooms, rooms for four persons,dormitories (male,female and mixed) • 24-hour check-in • No curfew • Free hot shower, • Friendly, helpful multilingual staff • International calling facilities nearby • the price includes all local taxes • No breakfast •...
"Stayed here in August 2004. When we arrived we had problems getting the room we had reserved by phone an hour and a half before showing up. They gave it out because we weren't there in an hour from our call but after negotiations we got a spare room in the top floor (used for storing linen) for half the price!! For the next night we moved to a proper room. Both rooms were clean and comfortable, although basic. Showers and toilets were also...
Hostel Prague Tyn
"The best part about Pension Tyn is its unbeatable location in Stare Mesto, three minutes from the main square. That, however, was the only outstanding feature of the place. The walls are on the thin side and the rooms are spacious, but old (some had windows that did not latch completely shut). There is an elevator, but not for claustrophobes! They provide sheets, but no towels and the pillows are atrocious. At night the rooms overlooking the...
"The worst hostel I have been to. Staff is so impolite and unfriendly that it is unthinkable. It was supposed to be close to Sazka Arena, which is false. One night was enough." … "… offers both: rooms with private facilities (bathroom, toilet, kitchenette/sitting corner) or rooms with shared facilities (sharing them within 2-bedrooms-apartment), in total 6 private rooms and 15 apartments. For guests, who prefer privacy, we...
"Excellently located in the city center, just a fifteen minute walk from the train station. Out the front of the Train Station, go across the Park 'Vrchlickeho Sady' and left along 'Opletalova' street for 1.5 blocks. Turn right (north) onto 'Politickych Venue' street for two blocks. Now left on 'Jindrisska' street for half a block. Signage is great. You can see the big yellow-on-blue HOSTEL sign from Wenceslas Square, and on the crnr. of...
Sokolska Youth Hostel
"Sokolska Youth Hostel is best for backpackers with a sharp eye on their budget. Though your first impression may be to call it dingy or worry that it will fall apart, it is actually very conveniently located, cosy to tuck in at night, and has all the basic facilities you would require for a short stay. The Location It can be a little difficult to spot it the first time, thanks to the insignificant board on Sokolska street that just...
A Plus Hostel
"A Plus Hostel is a very good budget hostel in an area with lots of interesting architecture. The Location It's about a fifteen-minute walk to the main town square. However, because of the layout of the city, it is easy to get to the town square because all the road lead to it, but then finding the hostel again afterward can be tricky because the roads are very randomly laid out. Just remember that this hostel is located right near...
Old Prague Hostel
"Old Prague Hostel is an amazing opportunity to sleep easy and party hard. The hostel itself does not party but you are close to all the action. Squeezed between tourist shops and a strip club, it's nothing but ordinary! We say give it a go! The Location Parking is extremely difficult to find and not cheap when found. We went to the big shopping center's underground parking structure -- it is a twenty-minute walk from the hostel. The...
"Chili Hostel is a very fun party hostel. There are always parties going on somewhere in the hostel and you are guaranteed not to be bored. The Location The hostel is located in a neighbourhood around the city centre. The hostel is ten minutes away on foot from the Metro station, and fifteen minutes away from the city centre. But it is a bit tricky to walk from the Metro to the hostel; you don’t want to be on those small inside lanes at...
"This is a great (fairly new) hostel! Its small and quiet, with comfortable beds and a lovely staff. It's also really secure (you need three keys to get in), which is a big plus in Prague. The breakfast is small, but good. The shower was interesting, but worked good. And each room is slightly different, but there's no bunkbeds or anything. So nice to have! Location is good -- not a far walk from any of the sights, though you could take the...
"… from 9a.m. till 6.p.m. If you have question, please don't hesitate to contact us. We are looking forward to your visit in our Petrinska hostel&apartments. PLEASE write us your arrival time to your reservation. NO CURFEW - you'll get your own key when you check-in and you will keep it for all your stay. CHECK-IN time is from 14:00 If you need to arrive a bit earlier you are more than welcome to come and have a...
Joy Spot Apartments
"Nice staff, excellent place to stay in prague. you have everything you need in walking distance." … "… with hot water, equipped kitchen + fridge, satellite TV, some have washing machines (coming soon to all apartments) and microwaves (check facilities section for full details of what you could have in our (YOUR) place. You might find our prices cheap for some seasons but that does not reflect our standard in anyway, we just...
Travellers' Hostel Husova
"… you have ever dreamt about. We offer doubles and bedrooms for 4 or 5 people with shared facilities. You can also enjoy two big balconies and a yard with smoothing waterfall sound backround where you can sit, eat or drink and enjoy your life. What to do in the surroundings: vegetable & fruit & art marketJames Joyce Irish PubJazz clubspubs not only for touristlibrary with a reading-room (foreign...
Hostel Marabou Prague
"Hostel Marabou Prague is great. It is a place for young backpackers -- there is a basement and a lounge upstairs for hanging out late at night. It is very easy to make friends here – in fact you will make one even if you don't try. There are fourteen beds in most of the rooms, with one shower and a boy and girl toilet per hall which will be about eighteen people. On an average day there could be at least thirty backpackers in this...
"It's not a hostel like the ones you are used to staying at. They are just newly furnished aparments so there is not common life as in other hostels. Location is perfect, between the main railway station and the main square. Ten minutes' walk from both. Nearby there's a supermarket called Albert. Our apartment was composed of six beds but it has been given to us only as a double room. It was therefore very spacious and clean as well....
Czech Inn Hostel
"Czech Inn Hostel is great whether you're traveling alone or in a group. It is large, very clean and modern, and it offers plenty of opportunities to meet great people. The Location The hostel is located in the new city, in a nice and safe area. It is very close to a tram station, which, in turn, is about three stops away from a metro station. It is not in the middle of the tourist area, but it is easily accessible and from there one can...
"Highly recommended! - We stayed in Pension Florenc for three nights in June, 2007. It is good in location. we can visit everywhere by the metro nearby, or just by foot. It is near to the international bus station, we needed not to be rush when going to other towns in the early morning! For the bedroom, bathroom, and the kitchen, they are all tidy and clean! The owner of the pension is a very helpful, patient, and kind man! In fact, our...
"Hostel Bell should really be called a guesthouse, because you feel as though you are staying in someone's house, not in a hostel. Upon arrival you are greeted by a member of staff, if not the owner, and they ensure you settle in and have everything you need (including local Prague knowledge). They'll then return the following morning and offer tea or coffee before you start your day of sightseeing. The hostel is ideally located near the...
Dizzy Daisy Hostel Praha
"Bad - Ignorant staff. Expensive. Uncomfortable beds. Filthy kitchen with no utensils." … "Poor - Very rude staff, the rooms and sheets were dirty, and their booking system was all messed up when we first got there. Won't come back." … "Very, very bad - Very impolite and unprofessional staff. We arrived at Praha train station, got picket up and escorted by their staff to the hostel where they said there was room for us. After had...
"Amazing - We loved Emma! There was a great party atmosphere in the common room, and we met some unforgettable characters. Our highlight was the man at reception. He was so amazing. He had blond streaks in his hair and purple glasses. His commitment was astounding. We have never in our lives encountered such a handsome, dedicated and thoughtful individual. His dedication to his job was second to none. Everyday that passes is empty without him....
Welcome Hostel Prague Center
"… the lobby. The nearest metro station 'Mustek' (Green line) is about 300 meters away. All rooms have their own refrigerator and safe. With us you have free luggage storage, free bed linen, free maps and free tourist information and free towels. IMPORTANT I: The check in has to be before 21:00 o'clock. If you come later(call us, the reservation in this case has to be for at least 2 nights). If a guest hasn't checked in...
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Prague Travel Tips & Suggestions
I had the most wonderful experience with Free Prague tour during my June visit. The tourist guide was one of the best tour guides I've ever had. The tour he led in three-and-a-half hours covered so much that I don't think a regular tourist guide can even match it. He is definitely a history buff. What I was most impressed was the stories he told and the enthusiasm he demonstrated doing his job. The public artwork he took us to see was great (I love the Venus and the shoe and the man who sat on the belly of an cow hanged upside down from the ceiling).
— Cecilia Chang
Just ignore the drug dealers! They will quickly turn away from you if you show no interest. They are harmless, unless you scream "Stop offering drugs to me" in their face in the open public, like I did.
— Fernando Vezzosi
Praha is really beautiful. It can be cheap, but somehow you spend more than what you aim for. There's plenty to do. Some clubs for not well behaved men had free sex. Czech people are very nice too, and that made it a very memorable time. Sometimes they seem tired of so many tourists.
— Jaime Le Mexicain
Prague is a beautiful city. You need at least one month to begin to know its charm.
Prague is an awesome city and definitely justifies more than just a short city break. Despite its increasing appeal to tourists, it's still relatively cheap. The night life is brilliant too, so prepare to catch up on sleep when you get back -- there is plenty to do by either day or night.
— Peter Phillips
Carefully chck where you should change your money, in Prague there are thousands of places where you can do so, but rates a lot. Compare a lot of them before doing it for a big amount. It's worth it. Each hour the astronomic tower rings with a muppet show, nice look.
— Davide & Michela, Chiavari (GE), Italy
Banditos' is an amazing place to eat and meet people in Prague. To drink, there's Blind Eye, Bloody Freddy's and Hells Bells. Prague is as cheap as you want it to be as long as you know where to go. The Czechs aren't stupid -- if you've got money to spend then they will know it. Be nice, tip well and meet some locals. They'll look after you.
— Tony The Bolt
I took my 2 parrots to Prague with me and the three of us had a great time! Czech women are beautiful.
— Jerry, Paulie, Dillie Williams
Prague is packed with history and charisma. The sights are well kept and certainly arent a let down. The prices are still cheap and accomodation is very good. The food is cheap as hell and extremely good quality....my tip is try Jizeera, perfect for a nice meal. The castle offers great views of the city while Charles Bridge always seems to have performers and exhibitions on to keep you entertained. This city is a sheer delight and is a must for anyone serious about travelling Europe.
Lovely city to look at and some of the scenery and architecture is mind blowing. Get off the 'tourist trail' for the cheap food and drink. As for the nightlife, where is it? We could not find a decent alternative club, gig or pub with a 'pulse' anywhere
Go to Prague before they go to the Euro (the Czech don't accept the euro yet) and prices sky rocket! It is a wonderful city with lots of old architecture, friendly locals, and great beer! Be warned though, Prague is super touristy (watch for all the old people in tour groups...grrrr). Go to the major sights (Prague Castle and Charles Bridge) in the morning to avoid crowds. Try eating at a place called U Provaznice (the Ropemaker's Wife) at 3 Provaznicka just outside the New town and try the goulash. Also try eating at a place called Klub Architektu at Betlemskenam 52, the food is AMAZING and a fancy dinner with drinks can cost you as little as 400 cK. Also have some drinks at Koznicka at 1 Kozi in the old town. Be warned though you can't use a Eurail pass in the Czech Republic.
What a city! Prague is so beautiful that I didn't want to leave! Enjoy the not sleeping night-life and the magic atmosphere all over the castle and the Jewish ghetto.
Prague is a great city, a must visit town, excellent and very cheap restaurants, wild nightlife, and nice people.
Prague. What a beauty! Don't miss the caricaturists on the Charles Bridge, St Agnes Gallery, the Jewish Museum/cemetry, a free concert in Old Town Square, then off to U Fleku for home made beer. Warning, don't leave the bench before paying, retribution is swift and painful.
— Allen Breen
For a night out in Prague go to the square. There are heaps of young people there drinking beer from the kiosks (very cheap) and chatting in groups. It's a perfect place to meet new people, and the ones we met knew of good clubs to visit, so I'd recommend it as a starting point for your night out. Also beautiful when the church and town hall are lit up.
People are always saying that Prague is cheap. Maybe 5 years ago. The only cheap thing is the beer. Everything else is the same as in Western Europe.
Can't say anything bad about Prague, except perhaps for the behaviour of certain segments of its tourist population. Make sure you experience Zizkov's nightlife, pay a visit to a bar called the Blind Eye.
Had a great time in Prague, lots of sights to see and cheap food to eat - great!!
Prague is certainly a can't miss town. Everyone talks about how beautiful the architecture is, but the best thing about this place is how much there is to do (and how cheap it is). Despite the price, you will spend more money here than most cities, but you will have much more fun doing it.
When you're going to Prague, there's another town called Cesky Krumlov that you shouldn't miss. It's a historic town a few hours from Prague and a bus or train ticket is only a few dollars each way. And check out the hostels page for Cesky Krumlov on this site.
— Nicole Bonn
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