Prague is now considered a cosmopolitan city; and why not? With its interesting mix of international residents and tourists, one would only expect something more, or even, the best in the area of eating and drinking. Of course, the tourist traps still exist, serving salty, overpriced Czech food that is simply put, nothing to write home about. Unfortunately these places are usually located in the most beautiful areas of Prague, just waiting to attack the next victim, a naive tourist. But if you do your research properly you will find good restaurants serving traditional food, eccentric cafes, lively beer halls, avant-garde clubs and even fine dining... Our Apartments in Prague in the city center.
Prague-Stay.com will assist you in planning your authentic visit to this lively city and steer you away from numerous 'tourist traps' that sadly exist in this eccentric capital.more information