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Renata

Renata 48 years old
Live in Czech Republic 190 points

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architecture 4 of 5
gastronomy 4 of 5
nightlife 4 of 5
culture 4.5 of 5
prices 3 of 5
safety 3 of 5
Prague is a great city for lovers of sightseeing, culture and nightlife. Since the revolution in 1989 the gastronomy rapidly improved and you can find here a lot of very good quality restaurants. If you don´t like Czech classical cuisine (such as dumplings, schnitzel, goulash etc.) you can find there numerous restaurants with international food (mainly Italian but also Asian, Mexican or Indian). Hotels improved their quality as well. Downtown (in historical part - Lesser town) you can find many boutique stylish hotels and International hotel´s chain as well. From the architectonically point of view you can find here almost any kind of style (from Gotics, Baroque, Rococo style to Art Nouveau). Only what is really missing in Prague is a Modern architecture. Actually there is just one modern interesting building - the Dancing house (btw, there is a nice bar with a terrace in the last floor with a beautiful view on the river Vltava and the Prague Castle).

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location 4.5 of 5
design of a hotel 5 of 5
visual aspect of a room 4 of 5
sleep quality 3 of 5
cleanliness 5 of 5
food quality 4 of 5
value for money 4.5 of 5
Metamorphis is a lovely, small hotel in a perfect location (in a quiet courtyard) near Old Town square. Our room was very spacious with a big sofa and chairs, the furniture is a tasteful mix of historical and modern equipment. The problem is with parking (it is better to arrive by taxi), otherwise I can highly recommend this hotel expecially for couples who want to spend a romantic time.

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architecture 4.5 of 5
gastronomy 5 of 5
nightlife 4.5 of 5
culture 4 of 5
prices 4 of 5
safety 4 of 5
This city is in my heart, I was there a couple of years ago and for sure I want to go back. The Sultan Ahmed mosque (called Blue mosque), Hagia Sophia, Yeretaban cistern and many other places are amazing! We slept in a cosy, small boutique hotel in the historical part of the city so we could easily go on foot to see the most interesting places. Also we booked one day-tour via a Turkish agency (a combination of bus and boat) to see Bosphorus and all was organized very well. Turks exceeded my expectation - they are very nice people, food is very tasteful, the hotel was very cosy and generally Istanbul is one of the most beautiful cities in the world.

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value to visit 5 of 5
easy to reach 4 of 5
Villa Gregoriana is one of my favourite parks out of Rome. It is definitely value to go there. You need good shoes and at least average condition (it is quite a long walk down to the big waterfall and then up). The tour takes about 3 hours. At the end (when you are destroyed) there is a light point - a small caffeteria with beverages :-).

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architecture 5 of 5
gastronomy 4.5 of 5
nightlife 3.5 of 5
culture 4 of 5
prices 4 of 5
safety 3.5 of 5
Barcelona is a very special city which you can´t see anywhere. For sure don´t miss to see the amazing Casa Mila, Sagrada Famiglia and park Guell - all designed by genius Antoni Gaudi. Just be ready for a long queue for the tickets to Sagrada F. Also I can recommend to go by a cable car to the Montjuïc hill but again we had to wait a few hours in a queue!

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value to visit 5 of 5
easy to reach 5 of 5
The church Basilica di San Clemente is one of the most fascinating places in Rome. The long labyrint of aisles in underground with the running water is something special, mysterious. For sure it isn´t good for people with claustrophobia. The church is located near the Colosseum and the opening hours are redused (so check in advance when is open). Definitely the value to see!

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value to visit 5 of 5
easy to reach 5 of 5
Fontana di di Trevi is a real baroque masterpiece which has no parallel in the world. Only upleasant is that the fountain is permamently surrounded by crowds of tourist and vendors (emigrants from Bangladesh or India) aggressively pushing you to buy roses . If you want to enjoy this beutiful place in peace then you have to go there in January when is there less tourists. In other months is necessary to go there very early in the morning if you want to avoid noisy crowds.

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value to visit 5 of 5
easy to reach 4.5 of 5
It is easy to reach Postdam by train from Berlin. If you are lucky and the weather is good it is a beautiful, full-day trip. Prepare good shoes, there are a lot of things to see in Postdam and you will walk many kilometres. Highly recommend to visit!

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location 5 of 5
ambience 4.5 of 5
quality of a drink/food 4 of 5
fun 4 of 5
They have a great selection of music clips on the big screen in the Hard Rock cafe. Although the place is quite noisy and usually very crowded (it is difficult to find a place for sitting if you come later in the evening), I like the atmosphere a lot. It is one of my favourite bars in Prague. Also the location is perfect, totally downtown in old Prague, just a few steps from Old Town square.

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architecture 5 of 5
gastronomy 4 of 5
nightlife 3 of 5
culture 3 of 5
prices 3.5 of 5
safety 3.5 of 5
Don´t stay just in Rome but rent a car and go out of the city. The whole Lazio is full of many places value to visit. E.g. town TIVOLI is a real treasure. There are 3 historical fabulous "villas" (parks) - Villa Gregoriana with waterfalls, Villa d´Este and villa Adriana. It is possible to go there also by bus from metro station Ponte Mamolo. Then very remarkable place is the ETRUSCAN cemetery from 9th to 1st century BC located near town CERVETERY. Also monastery San Benedetto built in the rocks in town Subiaco is something amazing and special what you should see.

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architecture 4.5 of 5
gastronomy 3 of 5
nightlife 3.5 of 5
culture 4.5 of 5
prices 2.5 of 5
safety 3 of 5
I have been in London several times and I always discover something new. It is a city where everyone can find something what he will like. It is a paradise for lovers of musicals (but be ready for the quite expensive tickets!). English cuisine isn´t popular and tasty but you can find a lot of restaurants with any kind of different cuisine.The view from London Eye is fantastic! For sure go there! Also take a boat and go to visit the Tower.

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Disappointment!

04.05.2014

location 4 of 5
visual aspects 0.5 of 5
atmosphere 0.5 of 5
quality of the food 3.5 of 5
staff 3 of 5
I´ve been in this restaurant several years ago and now I decided to return because I really loved the interior with a Gothic vault, a huge beautiful aquarium with fish and crabs in the middle of a room and several small aquariums around. But how big surprise! Currently there are no aquariums anymore! The restaurant probably changed the owner (now the name is "Sage"), there are many simple mirrors on the walls instead of aquariums and ordinary pink-grey painting. Although the food was quite a good quality, the atmosphere was really disappointing. I won´t come anymore. There are much better choices in Prague.

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value to visit 5 of 5
easy to reach 4 of 5
You shouldn´t miss Casa Mila when you are in Barcelona. It is a fascinating building! I liked mainly the huge roof with chimneys looking like heads of warriors. Gaudi was simply a genius!

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A very long queue!

12.06.2014

value to visit 3.5 of 5
easy to reach 3 of 5
If you decide to go by a cable car to the Montjuic hill be ready to wait a very long time. I don´t know if it is still true (I was there a couple of years ago) but there are only three cable cars and I never forget that we had to wait three hours!

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location 4.5 of 5
visual aspects 3 of 5
atmosphere 4 of 5
quality of the food 4 of 5
staff 3.5 of 5
The Picasso hangout 4 Cats is situated downtown in a historical building. Somewhat pricy and noisy but lovely pub with a very good atmosphere. Don´t miss it!

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value to visit 5 of 5
easy to reach 5 of 5
Incredibly impressive from outside but also the interior is magnificent. You have to put off your shoes and let outside. Then you can sit on the red carpet and relax. Fabulous chandellier above you and peace....Wonderful!

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Lovely!

14.06.2014

value to visit 4 of 5
easy to reach 4 of 5
It is a lovely place but buy a ticket on-line in advance. We didn´t do and the line was incredibly long, we had to wait a few hours. Desperation :-).

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A real gem!

15.06.2014

value to visit 5 of 5
easy to reach 5 of 5
Milles garden is a magical open museum - full of the most glorious works by the Swedish sculptor, Carls Milles. It´s a real oasis of peace near downtown. The entry price is very reasonable. For sure worth going there.

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architecture 4 of 5
gastronomy 3 of 5
nightlife 2.5 of 5
culture 4 of 5
prices 3 of 5
safety 4 of 5
Although Munich is a cosmopolitan city with many architectonic ultra-modern buildings the atmosphere is like in a village - people are riding a bicycle to supermarkets to buy food, to work (even when is raining, snowing).... You can see there even managers biking to work in their business suit. On Sundays you can meet people (even young girls) in their folk national costumes... Bavarian love to sit in Beergartens located in huge parks, drink beer (1 litre big glass) and eat sausages with "sauerkraut" (sour cabbage). Especially during weekends all parks are totally crowded by walking or sporting people. Bavarians are very similar to Czechs (also we love beer!) but anyway they are different :-).

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architecture 3 of 5
gastronomy 3.5 of 5
nightlife 2.5 of 5
culture 3 of 5
prices 1.5 of 5
safety 4 of 5
It looks that the Belgians are obsessed with peeing statues :-). There are already three! To see a statue of Manneken Pis (peeing naked boy) is a must when you visit a Brussels. It was created in 1619 and it is the most famous symbol of the city. But did you know that you can find in Brussels also a statue of a peeing girl and peeing dog? The name of a girl is Jeanneke Pis and was created 1985 when the feministic movement got it through the Parliament. The third peeing statue (dog) - Zinneke Pis was unvelied in 1998.

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Overpriced tickets!

24.11.2014

value to visit 2.5 of 5
easy to reach 5 of 5
The elevator Santa Justa is easy to reach, it is in a real city center, near Figueira square and Rossi square. From the top floor you can visit Archaeological museum in Convent of Carmo, otherwise there is not too many things what to do. The view from the tower is beautiful but the same or even better view is from the Castle. Tickets cost 5 euro. If you miss this attraction, you won´t loose anything.

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value to visit 5 of 5
easy to reach 5 of 5
If you are in Lisbon for sure you must visit St. George Castle and surrounding zig-zag, steep streets which are very pitoresque. It is really amazing, huge building on the top of the highest hill. It is better to save your energy and go up either by yellow tram no. 28 or by bus no. 737 from Figuera square (also you can take a ricksha or taxi - taxis are not expensive) because you will need a lot of energy for walking in the huge area of the Castle. You can walk up to the walls, everywhere you can enjoy a fantastic view on the city with red roofs. If you are tired you can sit on the courtyard and have a glass of the great Portuguese wine. Don´t forget to take very comfortable shoes because pavements and aisles in the Castle and around are from stones, there are many holes between the stones so nothing for ladies with heels :-). For me it is the attraction no. 1 in Lisbon!

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architecture 5 of 5
gastronomy 5 of 5
nightlife 3 of 5
culture 4 of 5
prices 2 of 5
safety 3.5 of 5
Lisabon is a fantastic city especially for lovers of very fresh fish and sea food. I was in many countries of the world but Lisabon in one of the best cities for a fish gastronomy. If you like sightseeing it is the best to stay in a hotel right downtown, near Praça da Figueira (Square of the Fig Tree) or Rossi square. From these places easily you can go by tram no. 15 to Belem to see the Belem Tower and Jerónimos Monastery (15 min. journey) or to go by bus no. 737 up to the St. George Castle (you can go up also by a ricksha or taxi, taxi isn´t expensive). These three sights are amazing and you should see them first. If you are intetested in the sea world then for sure visit Oceanarium. It is a huge building so you must be fresh to see all (you can go there by metro). In the evening it is a great experience to go to one of the restaurants with live Fado (traditional, folk) music. The biggest concentration of these restaurants is in the quarter Alfama. But don´t forget to make a reservation of a table a few days in advance. Especially on Saturday good restaurants are always fully booked. I can highly recommend the smaller family restaurant St. Fado de Alfama (the cook Ana Marina is also a singer, after cooking she is singing :-)).

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value to visit 3.5 of 5
easy to reach 3.5 of 5
If it is raining it is great to spend a few hours in Oceanarium. My partner really loved this place. Me too but I wasn´t so fascinated because I have seen the amazing Aquarium with the tunnel in San Francisco. In SF you were going through the tunnel on the moving pavement so you had really a feeling that you are inside of the ocean. Here, in Lisbon, there is just huge aquarium with two floors (no tunnel) and then many smaller aquariums with explanations. The complex is really big so don´t go there if you are tired. From downtown you can go there easily by metro or 15 min. by taxi.

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value to visit 4.5 of 5
easy to reach 5 of 5
The Belem Tower is the best way how to start discovering of Lisbon. Easy to reach from city centre (15 min. from Praca da Fiqueira by tram no.15). It is a very lovely, not too high building, beautiful from outside but also interior is interesting. The former prison rooms you can see in underground and from upstairs there is a fantastic view on the River Tagus (Tejo) which meets the Atlantic Ocean and many buildings such as the red "25 de Abril Bridge" (a copy of a Golden Gate bridge in San Francisco) or Discoveries monument. The ticket cost 6 EUR but be ready that you will spend a lot of time in a line because the spiral staircase is very narrow so if people go up, others, who wants to go down, have to wait (it is managed by green and red traffic lights like on the street). So if you don´t have enough time don´t go up and look only around.

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value to visit 5 of 5
easy to reach 5 of 5
The Auto Skoda muesum is easy to reach by car, it´s about 45 min. drive noth of Prague to Mlada Boleslav city. It is a lovely museum, much smaller then e.g. BMW museum in Munich, but anyway very interesting and it is worth only for fans of SKODA cars. Lot of explanation is in English. You can see there many historical cars (first models) from the Laurin & Klement (it is original name of Skoda car company). I was astonished by some sport cars that were produced by Škoda in the past. The tour takes about 1,5-2 hrs.

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location 5 of 5
visual aspects 5 of 5
atmosphere 5 of 5
quality of the food 5 of 5
staff 5 of 5
The first-class experience and not only because of delicious food but also the service and panoramatical scenery which is offered. Higher prices go hand in hand with all things which I described. A wonderful choice for special occassions. You need to provide a booking at least one week in advance.

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location 5 of 5
visual aspects 5 of 5
atmosphere 5 of 5
quality of the food 5 of 5
staff 5 of 5
I definitely recommend this restaurant. The interior, consisting from a bar and several rooms in the ground floor and first floor, is fantastic! Each room has a different design. If you are bored by your partner at a table you can watch big lizzards, fish in aquarium or small monkies (it depends in which room do you sit) :-). I don´t eat beef but my friend had a steak and said that it was one of the best in Prague. Capoeira dancers from Brazil and live music only enhances the beautiful atmosphere. Just be ready that this place is noisy so not good for romantic sessions. It is a place for fun with friends.

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value to visit 5 of 5
easy to reach 5 of 5
The monastery is located in a lovely, peaceful courtyard near Prague Castle. It is a wonderful place especially for book-lovers! The historic library (from 12 cent.) with a beautifully painted ceiling is fascinating. The oldest book, which you can find there, is Gospel hand-written by monks in the 9th century. The monastery you can reach either from Petrin park (but it is quite demanding walk up to the hill) or more comfortable way by tram no. 22 to the station „Pohořelec“. It is nice to make a stop in Monk´s brewery. The panoramatic view behind the monastery is breathtaking. I think it´s one of the best in Prague.

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reliability 5 of 5
speed of service 5 of 5
car quality 3.5 of 5
language skills 3.5 of 5
AAA Radio taxi is absolutely the best taxi company in Prague, very reliable and they have the most cars (in comparison with other companies) so you usually wait just about 7-8 minutes. The price is very favourable.

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Enjoyable evening!

07.09.2015

value to visit 5 of 5
easy to reach 4.5 of 5
Laterna Magica´s shows are unique. It is a combination of theatre, ballet and special multimedia effects (this type of effects are called "a black theatre"). The shows are non-verbal so people of all nationalities will understand. Expecially the "Wonderful circus" is a lovely, well done performance. A great choice how to spend evening especially if it is cold weather :-).

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value to visit 5 of 5
easy to reach 5 of 5
The venue of La Putyka shows, called JATKA78, is located in unattractive area of old market in Prague 7 (quarter Holešovice). The interior with a big bar and pictures on the walls looks originally but don´t expect any snobish, dazzling theatre. I´d say it is a place for so called “hipsters” (people who love alternative lifestyle and despise all that is mainstream). The auditorium is middle-sized (about capacity for 360 people) and every row is in the higher step so everywhere is a very good view on the stage. Only a big minus are uncomfortable plastic, very narrow chairs. I felt squeezed like a sardine. But the show was so outstandingly stunning that in a while I forgot on the chair. I´ve seen the performance called “FAMILY”. The first 20 minutes looked too wacky but after that I was just staring and enjoying the incredibly great, outstanding show of acrobats. BRAVO! And one more thing: During performance artists talk in Czech but only a few sentences which aren´t too important so also foreigners can admire this TOP art.

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architecture 4 of 5
gastronomy 3.5 of 5
nightlife 3.5 of 5
culture 4 of 5
prices 5 of 5
safety 3 of 5
Max, thank you for sharing your photos of Kiev! They are beautiful and will be helpful for other travellers. Kiev is one of the oldest cities in Eastern Europe. It had always been the scene of important historical events that defines the situation in the surrounding region and even now easily denies the stereotype of boring, Soviet metropolis. With the combination of a large number of cultural sites, nightlife and very reasonable prices for accommodation can this city (if you are not discourage by recent events), offer a unique experience.
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