Tips for trips

Žluté lázně:

During the summer, you will find fun sports activities, a relaxing beach, and beautiful views. Žluté lázně recreation area is only 2 tram stops from the hotel.

Vojanovy sady:

(also known as Vojanova garden) belongs to the smallest but prettiest and oldest Prague gardens.

Havlíčkovy sady or Grébovka:

One of the most beautiful parts of Královské Vinohrady, the park is designed in the English style. There you can find a vineyard with a gazebo that specializes in wines from the region. It is a perfect stop after a nice walk through the park.

Dinopark Harfa:

A program mainly for children, Dinopark affords an up close view of the prehistoric era. Located near the O2 entertainment arena, a short metro/tram ride away.


Petřín Tower (also called Prague Eiffel Tower) sits on a hill in Petrin Park a few steps from Prague Castle. In 2 minutes, a funicular transports you from the bottom of the hill to the base of the Tower where you can climb stairs or také an elevator to one of the most beautiful lookouts in Prague.

Výstaviště and Stromovka:

Easily reached by tram 17, Výstaviště in Holesovice is one of the main exhibition and fair halls in Prague. Around the corner from Vystaviste Stromovka Park, a perfect place for walking and sports activities. In the park you can also find a planetarium.


In order to experience the full beauty of Prague Zoo, a full day is recommended. In the summer months, a steamboat delivers you to the zoo from downtown.

Wax Muzeum Grévin:

Located in Old Town, Wax Museum Grevin is the largest in the Czech Republic. Here you can find a variety of local and worldwide celebrities forever memorialized in wax.


Čestlice – The biggest aquapark in Czech Republic can be reached by public transport. In addition to several pools, you will find a spa and fitness center.

Barrandov – This aquapark contains several pools, hot tubs, toboggans, a sunbathing meadow, as well as volleyball courts.

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