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What you should know about Vinohrady

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Hotels in Vinohrady, Prague, are easily accessible by public transport, including buses and trains. Whether you require a luxury suite close to a green space, such as Riegrovy Sady Park, or a holiday rental near Narodni Museum, there is accommodation to suit your needs. Navigate to our online interactive map where you will see available hotels in the area. If you are traveling to Vinohrady on a tight budget, you can source cheap hotels by applying the price per night filter or sort accommodation in order of cost. Some hotels have onsite restaurants and spa facilities, so if you are planning to spend a relaxing holiday in Vinohrady, Prague, take a look and see what amenities are offered by your selection of hotels. provide genuine reviews by previous guests, which are recommend reading. If you aren't sure which hotel is right for you, why not take a look at our favorites?

What's Vinohrady, Prague Like?

Vinohrady is a district in Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic. With plenty to see and do here, it's a popular destination throughout the year. The weather can be fairly unpredictable, so pack extra layers and waterproof clothing. hotels in Vinohrady, Prague, are close to top attractions, such as the 720-foot-high TV Tower, and the Church of the Sacred Heart with its copper dome and 140-foot-high bell tower. At the heart of the district is Náměstí Míru, which is a large square where events, such as Christmas markets, are hosted. Overlooking the square is the neo-Gothic St. Ludmila church with its spectacular twin spires. There are also a number of prestigious theaters and fine dining restaurants in the vicinity. Vinohrady has a significant population of foreigners, and as such, it has a rich cultural diversity.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Prague

Czechs tend to be fairly quiet people, so avoid calling out across rooms or supermarkets. Although, locals may seem rather aloof, they are actually quite friendly when they get to know you. Foreigners are generally expected to tip in Vinohrady restaurants - this should be around 10% of your bill. However, if service is poor, don't leave a tip! When leaving a restaurant, remember to say your farewells to your fellow diners. If you intend to travel about by tram or train, allow passengers to leave before you board. You should give up your seat to the elderly, pregnant women, and children. When traveling on an escalator, stand on the right hand side to allow people to pass on your left. has a fine range of hotels in Vinohrady, Prague, available for booking.

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