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Finding a brilliant and comfortable place to stay in the Strahov district of Prague is so simple when you book using Hotels.com. Our team of travel experts have worked with the best hotels in Strahov, Prague to bring you a varied and comprehensive list of options for accommodation in this city. Whether you are seeking luxury or a good view, utter tranquility or somewhere family friendly, you are sure to find exactly what you need here at Hotels.com. We know that you can book with so much more confidence when you know just what your hotel will be like. So, we always include photos of our hotels in Strahov, Prague so that you can see what each hotel looks like, inside and out. Make sure to read the reviews on our site, too: these are written by other Hotels.com users and will help you to get an insight into what it will be like to stay at your chosen Strahov hotel. Famous for its ancient monastery and beautiful riverside views, Strahov has plenty to keep you entertained.

What's Strahov Like?

This neighborhood of Prague is perhaps best known for its ancient monastery, the Strahov Monastery, which is the second oldest in the whole city. A visit here is highly recommended, and the monastery also includes a beautiful old library. Strahov lies on the banks of the Vltava, which is a great place for a stroll. Check out the Observatory, too, and make sure to try out the various wonderful places for eating, drinking, and shopping situated in this elegant district of the Czech capital.

How to Get Along with Locals in Strahov

Knowing a little about the cuisine in Prague will help you to know what to order when you dine out in bars or restaurants in Strahov. Try a bottle of traditional Czech beer, especially good with goulash and a side of dumplings. The two most popular soups in the Czech Republic are onion soup and garlic soup, but if you are visiting Strahov during the Christmas period, make sure to try the traditional festive fish soup known as Rybi polevka which is made from carp. English is widely spoken in Prague, but mastering a few Czech phrases will help you to strike up a conversation to locals, as well as helping you to thank a chef for a great meal. Here at Hotels.com, we are experts in all aspects of travel to Prague. So why not make the most of our local knowledge and book yourself a room in one of our great hotels in Strahov, Prague today?

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