Czech Republic (FPP)



Praha - Holešovice - Jankovcova 27

170 00 Praha 7

Czech Republic

GPS: 50°06’25.1’’N 14°27’28.8’’E


Phone: 00 420 776 25 94 60 E-Mail :


Base manager: Karel Koukal


Description of the base: down town

Reception desk.

WC available for clients.


Distance to:

SHOPS: 500 meters RESTAURANT: 300 meters


Prague, indisputable  historical and cultural gem of the Czech Republic  , is altogether its largest city and its capital.  The River Vltata   (sometimes referred to under its German name : Moldau ) runs through this metropolis, and is the longest river in the Czech Republic. . A genuine cultural hub ate the core of Central Europe, the city of  one thousand towers and one thousand spires  benefits, thanks to its complex history, from an amazing architectural "melting pot" combining Pre-Romanesque, Romanesque, Gothic, Baroque, Rococo, Art Nouveau, Cubist and Modern styles, which miraculously escaped the damages caused by WWII.
Since 1992, the historical town centre of Prague has been listed as  a World Heritage site by the UNESCO .

bateau Prague

To see  :

- Historic town centre of Prague
- Prague Castle
- Wallenstein Palace 
- Saint-Nicholas church of Malá Strana
- Saint-Georges Basilica
- Charles Bridge 

To taste  : 

Once in Prague, we recommend that you sample the many typical specialities of the city :

Šunková rolka skřenem – ham with horseradish 
Pražská šunka –Prague gammon, a local speciality  
Bramborová polévka – Potato soup 

Vepřo knedlo zelo – roast pork with sauerkraut and knedlíky (dumplings)
Svíčková na smetaně – roast beef with a rich cream sauce and knedlíky
Smažený sýr / hermelín – bread-crumbed hot cheese, ideal for vegetarians 
Bramboráky – fried marjoram-flavoured potato cakes 

Ovocné knedlíkyknedlíky with fruit, and often grated cottage cheese 
Štrudl ou závin – apple pasty
Vdolky - fritters

Enjoy  :
The architectural treasures and wealth of the historic town centre of Prague will overwhelm you ; it has given the nickname of "city of one thousand towers and one thousand spires" to the capital.