Clarion Hotel Prague Old Town
Prague, 110 00
Phone: (420) 296 398100
Fax: (420) 296 398150
Hradebni 9 Prague 1, Prague, CZ, 110 00
- Phone: (420) 296 398100
- Fax: (420) 296 398150
St. Clement’s Anglican Episcopal Church is built not too far from the famous Štefánikův Most bridge. The interiors of the church is a fabulous example of creativity from ancient times. It is a wonderful place to calm your mind and pray to the Lord. Do check the website for service timings.
Ever feel like exercising those muscles and exploring Prague's gorgeous alleys and squares on bike? Then head to Praha Bike which rents bikes and also conducts guided bike tours for those who are not too keen about cycling around with maps in hand. The tours are pre-designed to suit bikers of all ages and abilities, and accessories like locks and helmets are provided for free. The Praha Bike office is located in the courtyard of an old building close to the old town.
Located on Republic Square, the Kostel sv. Josefa (Church Of St Joseph) was built in the year 1656 (construction for which had started in 1636). A statue of St. Jude Thaddaeus welcomes worshipers within; the statue earlier stood ground along the Charles Bridge. The altar here has a effigy of St. Felix and St. Anthony. Apart from the regular prayer services to St. Jude Thaddaeus, the church is also actively involved in community celebrations as well. Thereby, the church is a must visit destination on one's travel itenary. Call the tourism board to know more about the church.
St. James Basilica's church is a massive edifice where the faithful of the city go and ease their minds and souls. The church which is deeply etched in the history of Prague is a symbol of peace and serenity. Colorful and vibrant interiors make the basilica highly welcoming. And any time of the year, this church is a peaceful place to ease your mind and talk to God.
Formerly the Midland Bank, this office offers all the normal banking services and is especially valuable to U.K. business visitors and leisure travelers. It is located a short walk from the metro in a large shopping mall.
The Namesti Republiky Station in Prague is the central location for the metro which is comprised of three lines. Each of these lines is represented by its own color on the maps and signs. Prague's Old Town was Kafka's lifelong neighborhood and he once said "This narrow circle encompasses my entire life". On the perimeter of that "narrow circle" is Namesti Republiky, located on the edge of Old Town. It is reachable by the 5, 14 and 26 trams or the B Metro line.
Go through the front door of Obecni Dum (Municipal House), the wonderful art nouveau building on Namesti Republiky and to the left of the main staircase, through a low door and down a hallway, you will find the Cultural and Information Center. Besides obtaining tickets for cultural events and guided tours and visiting the usually rather hectic snack bar, visitors can purchase graphic art, jewelery, vases, candlesticks, neckties, posters and CDs here. The quality of the goods is high and the prices are moderate. The multilingual staff are helpful, but not intrusive. The sales office opens daily at 10am.
A large international law firm operating in 23 cities and employing some 3,000 staff around the world. This firm combines local know-how with internationally acquired skills. Providing legal services in Czech, English, Japanese, French, German and Slovak means that almost wherever you come from, you will be able to access Czech law through them. This firm practices Czech, EU and English law with specialization in arbitration, banking, privatization as well as many types of other corporate law, to name just a few spheres of legal practice.
This service provides travelers with all ticket and timetable information required for both internal and international rail travel. The offices are situated along Hybernska leading off Namesti Republiky. Rail information can also be obtained from offices at the main train station (Hlavni Nadrazi) and other stations, although English is likely to be at a premium. Rail travel in the Czech Republic is very cheap and efficient. For the more popular destinations, look out for trains marked with a red R (rychlik for fast). Few trains operate a buffet service so it is advisable to obtain food and drink prior to boarding.
A comprehensive translation and interpretation agency that has particular strength in technical work. All fields of specialty are covered by this large agency. Not only do they do language work, but this company can also do web site development and prepare materials for publishing. With in house proof readers and translators, this company can insure that the work is done fast and accurately. Of course interpretations are no problem and they offer simultaneous, conference and hostess services.
This office and retail development center is perfect for wheelers and dealers vying for success. Put on your best power suit, clip that blue tooth to your ear, fuel up on coffee, and show them whose boss. They even have a parking garage. Now that's good business.
This is a new style of art gallery which brings art to the world of business. It is situated on the eighth floor of a building in the center of the city in a location offers views over the rooftops of Prague. The gallery offers space for seminars, presentations and small business meetings in an unusual environment away from the workplace.