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What you should know about Smichov

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It is easy to find the hotel of your dreams in the Smichov district of Prague when you use Our team of travel experts have scoured Smichov to find you a brilliant selection of places that you can stay at in this neighborhood. Whatever your budget and whoever you are traveling with, we are confident that you will find plenty of accommodation options that exceed your expectations at We know that it is so much easier to find the perfect place to stay abroad when you have all of the information that you need at your fingertips. So, at, we illustrate each and every one of our hotels in Smichov, Prague with candid and up to date photos. On our site, you can also read reviews of all of our hotels in Smichov, Prague to give you a first hand insight into what your experience of staying there will be like. Located on the banks of the Vltava River, the Smichov neighborhood has a wealth of attractions for you to explore.

What's Smichov Like?

Stroll by the banks of the Vltava (or Moldau as it is also called) or take a boat out on the water when you stay in the Smichov district. This neighborhood is also home to the famous Staropramen brewery, so make sure to taste some locally brewed beer while you stay in Smichov. Smichov is, in general, a great place to go to try out Czech cuisine. Try goulash, dumplings, onion soup and the spicy pickled sausages known as 'utopenci'. If you enjoy shopping, Smichov will also have plenty to occupy your attention, whether you are seeking fresh produce, souvenirs, or luxury clothes.

How to Get Along with Locals in Smichov

Getting around in Smichov can easily be done on foot or by public bus, tram, metro or taxi. If you want to explore further afield, then you can take the Prague-Smichov-Hostivice railway line. It is local etiquette to let people off public transport before you yourself board. It is also expected that people will give up their seats for elderly, disabled, or pregnant passengers. When dining out in a restaurant, it is usually the done think to round the bill up to the nearest multiple of 10 or 20 in the local currency; this is the local manner of 'tipping'. Make the most of the team's expertise about Prague and book yourself a room in one of our hotels in Smichov, Prague today. We have plenty of great rooms available right now, just waiting for you to snap them up.

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