Clarion Hotel Prague City
Tylovo Namesti 15
Prague, 120 00
Phone: (420) 221 995900
Fax: (420) 277 001233
Tylovo Namesti 15, Prague, CZ, 120 00
- Phone: (420) 221 995900
- Fax: (420) 277 001233
The Internet is not all visitors will find at this one-stop establishment. A full range of IT services to suit your every need are also available. The term studio describes the atmosphere perfectly. Choose from 10 computers with 17 monitors. The facilities are spectacular and technologically advanced. However, with a comfortable environment, this café is perfect for simple surfing and relaxing. The selection of refreshments is minimal, simply consisting of the basic necessities. However, prices are moderate. This café is for the more serious techie and less for the typical java drinker.
Prague branch of the international organization Nueva Acrópolis. Its members study philosophy and aim to connect with their inner potential.
One of the larger translating and interpreting services in Prague that completes work in 42 different languages in all fields of specialty. They are able to provide court-verified and proofread material as well as transcriptions for all functions. The rates are quite reasonable and the standard turnaround time is 48 hours, but express service is of course available. Interpreting work is also available with simultaneous and conference service. If you need a fluent speaker of another language to travel with you, this firm has hosts to help you with your language needs.
Located on the left-hand side of Wenceslas Square, the office provides foreign exchange, insurance, theater, travel and tour information and tickets, advice and help on accommodation, and will also (with prior arrangement) provide a Poste Retente service. It may be that some services operate from another premises at Hybernska 38, 11000 Praha 1.
It is fitting that this institute is situated in a city which was once known as the Paris of the East. But if you are craving the real belle Paris, this space is a good substitute. The institute offers an array of French culture. Almost daily screenings of classic French films is a good reason to visit, but if you don't speak French there are great exhibitions that break through linguistic barriers. After feasting your eyes on visual beauty it may be necessary to retire to the comfortable café that allows people to whittle away the hours reading Le Monde and eating authentic croissants.
This firm provides 24-hour service to private accommodation and hotels in central Prague. The offices are located down Wenceslas Square from the National Museum, turn left into Vodickova (where the trams go).
Prague's main rail station is a grand tribute to a lost era. Once a stunning architectural wonder of art nouveau from 1909, it was ruined in the 1970s by a misguided dispatch hall extension. Hlavní nádrazí connects to the city's metro system and has a surprisingly large number of services, despite its seedy appearance. Currency exchange, a post office and a tourist information office are located within the station. Do not be tempted to use the nearby lockers. Although they are cheaper, they are not secure. The sad and meagre café on the top floor is best avoided.
What sets this mid sized language center apart from most other linguistic institutions in Prague is its commitment to finding capable teachers and its professional attitude towards clients. English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Russian, Japanese and Czech for foreigners are the regular languages of instruction, but if you would like to learn another language the staff will find a teacher for you. The school offers general, business and more specialized classes, including financial, legal and medical instruction. Along with language instruction this company is also available for translation and interpretation of whichever document or situation needed.
These offices provide information regarding the Prague public transport system as well as supply tickets for the metro, trams and buses. The best center for non-Czech speakers may be the one at Muzeum or Mustek where the staff are more fluent in English. Tickets cannot be bought on public transport itself but from main metro stations, buses, night trams, tobacco stands, news stands, travel agencies, hotels, etc. They are interchangeable, must be validated upon entry to the station or tram/bus (look out for little yellow ticket-punching machines) and can be bought for single journeys, 24 hours, 3 days, 7 days, or 15 days. Please note that wheelchair-bound people, guide dogs, and children up to 6 years are transported free of charge. For further details, check the website or call the toll free number +1800 19 1817.
Located just a short walk from the metro and the bottom of Wenceslas Square, this office is open 24 hours. There is also a police station on the main train station and, while not fluent, more and more Czech police officers speak enough English so that language will not be an obstacle to getting help. Any serious problem must be reported to ones embassy.
The Photo Studio Prague is a photography studio which aims at providing photographers with everything they need for a good photo shoot. The studio provides everything that the photographer could need such as a studio, meeting room, and even a kitchen and bathroom all of which are stylishly furnished and can be adapted to every need. The studio also provides equipment for the photographers and can be contacted for help with casting or providing models.
An international firm with offices on six continents, this law firm, found in central Prague, is one of the city's largest with 25 lawyers on staff. The lawyers at this firm are a combination of domestic, English and American legal practitioners and are fully integrated in the regions that they work in. Its clients include public and private businesses, financial institutions along with public companies. This firm practices international law with an emphasis on complex business and financial transactions as well as dispute resolution.