some of the best reading concerning Prague, the Czech Republic
and Eastern Europe. These books should help you get the most out
of your stay in Prague!
by the London based entertainment and nightlife weekly "TimeOut
Magazine". The Time Out Guide to Prague gives a very thorough
coverage of Prague Life, so it is even a useful resource for expatriates
living in the Czech Republic. Recommendations on hotels, shopping
and restaurants in categories ranging from ultra luxury to budget.
Also gives up to date recommendations for live music, nightlife
and festivals for every season. This is the book for you if you
want to get a thorough introduction to life in Prague.
A good choice
for the seasoned independent traveller. The Lonely Planet series
is known for its thorough and concise presentation. Covering a
wide range of accommodations and tourist sites, this guide is
for budget travellers of all ages. But those who are not on a
tight budget may find the guide useful as well because the Lonely
Planet guide gives an excellent introduction to the history and
culture of Prague.
Also see: Lonely
Planet Guide to Czech and Slovak Republik
Created for "smart and sophisticated" adults, the Avant Guide
is written for the post-backpacker, pre-Fodors crowd. This is
a straightforward and entertaining guidebook that features information
on the best restaurants, hotels, shops and nightspots. Free, downloads
are available to keep the book up to date until the next edition
The Eyewitness guides are great because they give you a visual
tour of the city. This guidebook features hundreds of photographs,
sketches and extensive details on everything you could ever want
to know! Also provides illustrations and 3D cutaway views of key
monuments like Prague Castle and the Old Town Square. The Eyewitness
Guide to Prague is the next best thing to your own personal guide!
renowned Michelin green guide is ideal for the independent tourist,
The guide explores destinations in Prague as well as other cities
in the Czech Republic within a days travel outside of Prague.
Sights are rated - 3 stars "worth a journey", 2 stars "worth a
detour" and 1 star "interesting". You're always ensured an accurate
overview of the subject at hand as well as some tantalizing history.
Maps and proposed walks and itineraries make planning easy. the
Michelin Green Guide helps you make the most of your time.
pages of maps in a convenient and durable format. For most of us,
a map is one of the first things we need to buy when we arrive.
If we're lucky we'll find one in English that covers more than just
the city center. Eliminate the guesswork with Streetwise Prague.
Get it before you leave!