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Beware of where you change money. This particular Exchange (Karlova Prague1) displays one rate but gives you a significantly lower rate. Despite the law which says they need to return the money if you request within 2 hours. They did not. Police were not useful...More
We went one day and got charged 500! Which is soooo much and they didn’t even let us choose our portion size or tell us that was how it was served. On the first day the ham was delicious so we went back the next...More
We experienced exactly the same as Jennifer did. Some sauerkraut and Old Prague Ham for 100ck for 100 grams each, about 4 euro's. Ok, that's not cheap, I know but we're on holiday, so why not... Well... hey cut off what they say it 500...More
Well, they got us and wished we had read these warnings before. Ordered some ham and halusky, sign said it was for 100 grams for approx. 89ck & 49ck. We were not asked how much we wanted, but quickly given two plates of food with...More
We exchanged money (euro) in an exchange office called Wester Union that seemed legit but then I looked at the receipt and I almost fainted: they charged us 28% COMISSION!!! So from 100 euro they kept 28 euro JUST FOR THE SERVICE! That´s just insane...More
Totally stood mistake buying ham at one of the open stalls on old town square. Looked at the menu in grams and ordered two portions thinking that would be the 100grams advertised. No they cut off huge slabs weigh it and then charge you a...More
So unlucky for me when I found this review after my trip. Again, 20% commission, wthhhh. I called the police, they came over and suggested me to go to National Bank to send a complaint. Then National Bank replied but they said they can't do...More
Like to add my 2 cents or in this case 2 koruna to this review. I was at the Art Deco Imperial Hotel, which is about one block from Palladium Mall and about 2 blocks from Municipal House. There were 2 money exchange places right...More
The exchange rates in Prague in general are awful! After my stay there I realized that I could have waited and look around before I gave my money to one of the first exchange houses I saw and lost almost 20 Euros in less than...More
We went to exchange money, only to realise that the rates given are in reverse, totally misleading and a total SCAM. We only realised this after signing the paper to authorise the exhange, and the personnel handed over the money. We confronted the personnel as...More
One of the oldest neighbourhoods in town represents the medieval heart of Prague. It’s no surprise it is bustling with tourists every time of day. Križovnický square, overlooking Charles Bridge with Prague Castle in the background, is probably the most beautiful square in the city. Its unique historical atmosphere of gothic houses and churches, cobblestone streets and squares, and stone towers blend together with the
modern era. A vast array of bars, restaurants, dance clubs, international brand shops, galleries and hotels bring life to the old city. With its charming and picturesque cobblestone streets, the nightlife and parties will surely be unforgettable.