A conference for programmers led us to Prague. We stayed in the Dorint Hotel Don Giovanni. The majority of the participants was accommodated in this hotel, and the available conference rooms were used for the event.
Prague’s Wenceslas Square was named after Saint Wenceslas of Bohemia. It is located in the centre of the Prague New Town. King Charles IV decided to establish a new market in 1348 when the Prague New Town was founded.
Prague offers a variety of accommodation possibilities. We have spent a long time thinking about where to stay and decided to stay in a quiet but central location in the MOODs boutique hotel.
Those who travel to Prague by train will get off here – Prague Central Station – Praha hlavní nádrazí. It is the largest passenger railway station in the Czech Republic and the most important railway station in Prague.
When you are on the bridge “Cechuv most” and peek over the Vltava you can see a huge metronome high up in the Letná Park.