Prague - Czech me out!
Prague Travel Blog› entry 4 of 7 › view all entries
25th â€“ 28th August
As usual by now, my arrival was in the morning at the Florenc bus station, in walking distance from Old Prague Hostel (reviewed as well). For those that been to
Whatâ€™s to be said about
On one night I went on a pub crawl with some people from the hostel and had a great night with a hangover to remember. Btw I would like to say hello to Rose from England â€“ wonderful and lovely girl, Bianca â€“ one of the maddest Aussie Iâ€™ve ever met, the 2 Hawaiian girls whoâ€™s names escape me right now, the four Canadians and Dutch guy (who looked a bit â€śon somethingâ€ť every time) and also to the cute Argentinean girl from my room that had a sexiest Spanish-English accent ever. We all had great fun and lookin back right now I miss those days.
Positive things about
Nightlife is also very active and youâ€™ll get plenty of clubs, pubs, bars and places to choose from. Go to a pub/restaurant U Vejvodu near the old town square, down on Jilska street. Great food and atmosphere and the prices are more than decent.
As for minuses I only got two. Beware with the money exchanging offices. Lots of them, especially in the old town area, are rip-offs. They show different rates depending on how much amount of money you exchange. Youâ€™ll get a sign on the street with a very good rate and printed below, with very small text, that those rates are applying only when you exchange, for example over 500 euros or maybe 1000.
And like I said before, because of the large number of tourists, everywhere around the city centre, the atmosphere is a bit like of a McDonalds. So if you really want to get a bit of the local feeling you have to wonder a bit off the centre.
So that was