Central Hotel Prague, Prague

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Central Hotel Prague Location

Central Hotel Prague is located in the street Rybná 8, not far from the Republic Square (námestí Republiky), close to the department store Kotva or shopping centre Palladium.

Address: Rybná 8, - Prague, 110 00, Czech Republic

Central Hotel Prague Landmarks

  • Astronomical Clock

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  • Wenceslas Square

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  • Charles Bridge

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  • Powder Tower

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Central Hotel Prague Transports

  • By Car

    Directions: From the Stefanik bridge (Štefánkův most) through Revoluční Street, next to the department store Kotva turn to the right and the first again right and you will reach the Rybna street and Central hotel. You can stop in front of the hotel just for loading your luggage. As the hotel has no its own garage you can savely park your car in garage of the nearest Kotva department store.

  • Airport Ruzyně

    Directions: You can ether use the public transportation – bus to Dejvicka underground station (line A), go to Mustek and change for the B line to Republic Square station (náměstí Republiky), exit to Kotva department store, go round the Kotva and turn first to the right to Rybná street where is Central hotel located or we gladly arrange pick u pat the airport at 850 CZK one way or 1500 CZK roundrip.

  • Underground station line B

    Directions: Underground station line B – take off at Republic Square station (náměstí Republiky), exit to Kotva department store, go round the Kotva and turn first to the right to Rybná street where is Central hotel located.

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Prague

Prague, Czech Republic With some six hundred years of architecture virtually untouched by natural disaster or war, few other cities, anywhere in Europe, look as good. Straddling the winding River Vltava, with a steep wooded hill to one side, the city retains much of its medieval layout and the street facades maintain a rich mantle of Baroque, Rococo and Art Nouveau. Since the 1990s, Prague is one of the most popular city break destinations in Europe.

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