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How to Find the Best Prague Hotels with Venere

If you are looking to plan a trip to the heart of old Bohemia, look no further - Venere is here to help you find the best places to stay in Prague. We have partnered with a diverse selection of Prague hotels all across the city, in all price ranges. Whether you want to travel in style, find something comfortable for a business trip, or you just need a jumping-off point to explore the majesty and history of central Europe, Venere can help you find the perfect places to stay in Prague. For each hotel, we provide ratings from previous visitors so that there are no unwelcome surprises; you'll know going in exactly what to expect from all of our partner locations. These ratings are also accompanied by maps and photos of each hotel, so that you can see for yourself if the location and style are the right fit for your stay. Finding the right hotel doesn't have to be a chore - let Venere do the work for you for your next trip to Prague and focus on enjoying the city instead!

What's Prague Like?

In addition to being a convenient, central location from which to explore Europe as a whole, Prague is a city teeming with a massive amount of history of its own. The city center itself is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Prague is also famed for its numerous medieval-era towers, in particular The Old Town Bridge Tower on the banks of the Vltava River. The Astronomical Clock, near what remains of the Old Town Hall, is a wonder of early renaissance-era engineering, dating to 1410, and is worth seeing, and the nearby Estates Theatre is famed for hosting the first performance of Don Giovanni. Prague is also known for its old palatial mansions and castles, as well; Wallenstein Palace was built during the old Holy Roman Empire era, but now houses the Czech Senate. Prague Castle, located in Hradčany (literally, "Castle District"), is thought to be the largest such building in the world and is over a millennium old. Prague also is home to one of the largest and most extensive art galleries in Europe, the National Gallery in Prague. So if you're looking for places to stay in the City of a Hundred Spires, let Venere help you plan your visit with our selection of Prague hotels!

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Prague

There is plenty of local flavor in Prague, from the original Pilsner-style beers to heaping bowls of goulash - but there is more to fitting in than that in this city at the heart of Europe. As a very cosmopolitan city, most residents speak multiple languages aside from Czech, but an attempt at Czech - even if it is a simple "dobrý den" for "good day" - will rarely go unappreciated. Public drunkenness (and drug use in general) are prohibited, and local law also requires that you have some form of ID at all times, so be warned if you plan to be rowdy! The city has a bustling café tradition for visitors and locals alike, and the Vltava river itself is a common spot for boating or simply relaxing. For those interested in Prague's more modern cultural offerings, the Zizkov District houses much of the local contemporary artistic tradition, with new galleries and exhibitions showing up seemingly all the time. There is, quite simply, something for everyone in Prague; and by finding Prague hotels with Venere, you can find that something.

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