My family are travelling to Brno next April and my daughter has coeliac disease. Can anyone recommend a restaurant that can cater for her? She cannot eat wheat, rye, barley, oats or spelt or anything containing gluten. Is there a restaurant that would serve chicken or fish without a sauce with vegetables and pottatoes?
I wanna thank you all in advance because it's the first trip we do by ourselves and we want it to be unforgettable. Thanx guys
We're a group of 10 guys (17-18 years old) who will be travelling to Prague next summer for a week. We'd like to know:
1) Which PART OF THE CITY world be advisable to rent the apartment in? (bearing in mind we'd like to have 1. PUBLIC TRANSPORTsport nearby, 2. and discos or clubs, 3. restaurants and bars, 4. Supermarkets, or some of them, the most important is public transport)
2) Which PLACES do you recommend us to go in order to HAVE FUN (like discos etc.)
3) Any RESTAURANT or CLUB we shouldn't miss?
4) Any CULTURAL ACTIVITY (tours, museum, concert, theatre play...) we could go to?
5) Finally, we think it be good to spend one day in Karlovy Vary, because I've heard it's really beautiful. Is there any other PLACE WE SHOULDNT MISS (village, etc.)?
I have always wanted to spend some of the holiday season in Europe. This year it appears I will finally get that wish. We are planning to spend ten days between Prague and Budapest this year. We are planning the two weeks prior to Christmas. I know it will be cold and also know the day light hours will be short. But we are looking forward to our time there. I have been to both cities in the spring and know they can be crowded with lots of tourists, especially Prague and I am a tourist so I don't mind this. We were just wondering what to expect during the early holiday season. Also if any of our VT friends will be in the area we would love to see you. We will be in Prague for five days starting Dec. 9 and then on to Budapest for 4 days.
Hello, we are a group of 10 teens (17-18 years) that we are going to travel ten or nine days to Prague next summer (13 to 23 June approximately), but we do not know how to organize the trip. We would like it to be cheap, as it is our last trip before university and the budget is small, and we would also like to party (in plan discos and pubs), in addition to go to museums etc. The problem is that on the internet most companies sell flights for 9 people maximum, and we are 10: (. Oh, and we would also like to be in an apartment well situated. So, all in all, we want to know what we can do to travel the ten of us together by buying tickets together and if we can go to discos and parties in Prague with less than 18 years (half of us will be 17). Thank you very much.
I am travelling to Prague in March by train from Cologne. I will need some CKZ money to buy tram tickets etc. I hear that money exchange bureaus charges a hefty commission in Prague.
I want to know if their any ATM machines in main Train station. Hilavni
Is it possible to buy Check money exchanged in London or any other city in Europe
Hello I am thinking of where to travel in the early new year .I am not sure which would be the best place to go to either Prague or Budapest.I will start by looking at flights .I would like a direct one but I dont think it is possible from Malaga
Which would the most interesting place to Visit Budapest or Praque .I like walking and sightseeing and getting to know the real place and its people .
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