This year I decided to spend my Easter time in a great European city: Prague. And now, here is my personal Prague hit list, especially for you. It will help you to have a wonderful time on your Prague holiday – Believe me, I´m really excited to be your Prague guide for today !
Sure, your first question is probably where to stay in Prague. For me, there is only one answer: Hotel Josef. I choose this hotel on all of my private and businesstrips to Prague in the last ten years – I bet I have my own duvet cover there, with my initials on the pillow J! Hotel Josef is a small design hotel which is located directly in the centre of the city. It is an excellent hotel for starting a Prague-sightseeing-tour, because you can reach all the attraction in very short time. And there are some really nice places to visit in Prague! What else can I tell about my favorite accommodation in Prague? Well, the breakfast is really delicious. There are nice fresh fruits, juices and all of the other things to start the day off on the right foot. If you visit Prague and you´re staying in Hotel Josef, you will find a garage directly under the hotel, so don´t worry about your beloved car. If you have enough time, you can also do a little workout in the hotels small fitness room. Free WIFI is available for every guest. So if you look for a Hotel in Prague, please take my advice and check out the homepage www.hoteljosef.com.
What else can I tell you about Prague? Well, if you need a little bit of wellness, I can highly recommend Tony&Guy in Michalska. Nearly each time I´m visiting Prague, I´m guest of manager Vlasta Kralova and her fantastic girls. They´ve got all a lot of experience. I think I´ve been knowing Vlasta and her team for more than six years now and on every Prague trip I go there, I feel welcome. I love the atmosphere, besides they are not overprized. If you´re interested, they are also recommending some new cosmetics and first class hair products. To cut to the chase: A visit of Tony&Guy is definitely one of the best parts of every Prague holiday!
In case you´re planning to travel to Prague while Easter time, you might also be interested in finding some nice Easter presents for your family. I can highly recommend the yearly Easter market on the main place of the old city, called “Staromestske namesti”. They are offering cute hand-colored eggs, traditional Czech food and other small presents.
If you´re feeling hungry after shopping and you´re looking for good restaurants in Prague, as your personal Prague guide I can recommend a restaurant called “Yami”. It is well known for its delicious sushi, and as you know, I adore sushi! Yes, I know, it´s no traditional Czech food, but I honestly don´t like Schweinebraten and stuff like that. In the Japanese restaurant “Yami”, there are more local people dining than tourists – which is a good mark for their quality, I think. And I swear, I ate my best sushi role ever there. Just have to show you my Prague photos, they speak for themselves!