Hotels in Prague
As the convention centre in Prague features over 20 halls that can hold thousands of people, there is plenty of space for enjoyable exhibitions. Surrounding hotels also offer excellent convention facilities, including the Prague Hilton, which hosts the annual Aerospace and Defence Convention. The opportunity to combine aerospace technology with local historic culture is unbeatable.
Prague hotels are often within easy reach of a local brewery. As a country known for its beer, the Czech Republic produces brews that will satisfy even the most discerning beer fan. Prague is also home to Allegro, the first Michelin star restaurant in post-Communist Central Europe.
Prague hotels within easy reach of Andel give guests the opportunity to enjoy Prague's busiest shopping district. In the area is a mall, which features dozens of jewellery and beauty shops, as well as a handful of chocolatiers. Prague is also the ideal shopping destination for leather lovers, especially those with a discerning eye for quality.
Major Points of Interest
Forbes Magazine believes the zoo in Troba is one of the world's best, so stop there during your stay. Immerse yourself in Prague's medieval history by visiting the Strahov Monastery, which is home to a monastic library dating back to the 12th century. The National Gallery is brimming with work from famous artists, including Van Gogh, Picasso, and Monet.
Prague sports take place in the city's many stadiums, including a well-kept Czech Lawn Tennis Club. The Strahov Stadium is the world's second largest stadium; it has an impressive 9-football pitch footprint.
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