Hotel Baroko, Praha 10
A family run Hotel Baroko, originally a 17 century farm, is situated in the quiet area of Praha 10 district, approximately 15 minutes drive from the city center. Hotel Baroko stands aside from Praha’s busy areas and it is a perfect base for those who prefer a combination of quiet environment and easy access to all major sites of the capital. Part of the hotel is a yard with fountain and large garden where you can relax or have an unconventional business meeting.
Facilities available free to the hotel guests are parking space inside the hotel, outdoor swimming pool (11 x 5 m) and children playground. For those, who like to play sports, tennis court (opened all year round), table tennis and billiards table are at their disposal.
Praha’s O2 Arena, which hosts dozen of cultural and sporting events (i.e. 2014 Fed Cup Finals, 2015 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship) is approx. 10 minutes drive from the hotel.
Praha Václav Havel International, the city’s main airport, is approximately 40 minutes drive by taxi to the hotel and approximately 60 minutes by public transport.
Praha main railway station, Wilson International, which serves regular trains to other EU countries, is approximately 20 minutes drive by taxi to the hotel and approximately 30 minutes by public transport.
|One Day Sightseeing Tips|
|Kutná Hora||UNESCO world heritage site with many gothic architecture treasures including one of Europe’s most spectacular gothic churches, St. Barbora. For more information about Kutna Hora, please click here.|
|Krumlov||UNESCO world heritage site with completely preserved historic town center built in gothic, renaissance and baroque architecture styles. Part of the city is a vast castle complex, second largest in the Czechlands only after Praha’s Castle, the largest castle complex in the world (Guiness Book of Records). For more information about Krumlov, please click here.|
|Karlovy Vary||World famous spa town in Western Bohemia. Home of the well known Becherovka liqueur and traditional Carlsbad Wafers. For more information about Karlovy Vary town, please click here.|
|Litomyšl||UNESCO world heritage site. Small historic town dominated by one of the largest Italian style renaissance houses built north of the Alps.|
|Plzeň and České Budějovice||Home towns of the world famous Pilsner Urquell and Budweiser Budvar beers. For more information about České Budějovice, please click here.|
|Two Days Sightseeing Tips|
|Olomouc||UNESCO world heritage site with the second largest historic city center in the Czechlands only after Praha. For more information about Olomouc town, please click here.|
|Znojmo||One of the oldest towns in Moravia with many historic sites. Located in the Moravian „wine region“ and surrounded by numerous wine cellars opened to visitors to taste the finest wines produced in the Czechlands.|
|Lednice/Valtice area||UNESCO world heritage site, an area measuring almost 300 km2 contains baroque and neo-gothic palaces, English parks, water canals and small follies in the romantic style. The whole area was developed during several centuries by Liechtenstein aristocratic family who lived there until 1945.|
|Dresden||The capital of Saxony with beautifully restored city center and impressive museums is less than 2 hours of car drive north west of Praha.|
|Nuremberg||Bavarian second largest city with many impressive sights is less than 3 hours of car drive west of Praha.|
|Vienna||Austrian capital and former imperial city with many beautiful palaces and churches is less than 4 hours car drive south east of Praha|
108 00, Praha 10
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