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Florenc

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Krizhikova 345/4 Karlin, Prague 186 00 Czech Republic
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BangkokSachse wrote a review May 2019
Bangkok, Thailand38,113 contributions450 helpful votes
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The Florenc bus station is excellent but the underground Metro station is average. We spent four nights at Hotel Flerenc in May 2019. We exchanged money at Florenc Bus Station with good exchange rate. There is a good supermarket at Florenc Metro Station. There are trams and buses there. We took the RegioJet bus to the airport.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Avivawisznia wrote a review Mar 2019
Eilat, Israel21 contributions3 helpful votes
Amazing location and very beautiful city. I enjoyed my time there with my husband and the food is excellent. Beautiful traditional food.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Terrathul wrote a review Jan 2019
Pula, Croatia1 contribution1 helpful vote
My friends and I left the bus and went to buy a metro ticket. Our ride had been more than fourteen hours long and we were exhausted. We bought the tickets and went down the escalator to the platform area. Unfortunately, probably due to exhaustion, we missed the ticket validation machine and the sign that stated that it's required to validate the ticket. There's not a major city I've visited that allows for people to get into the platform area without ticket validation. The platform area should be segregated and one should be able to get into it only through a dedicated point of entry, which can be done only by validating the ticket. In Prague's metro system, one can freely enter the platform area without validating the ticket, almost as if the system was designed to milk the unsuspecting tourists out of their hard-earned cash. Once these "ticket officers" see that you're a bit confused, perhaps trying to understand which line should you use or carrying a few bags, they will jump at you like vampires. Even if you try reasoning with them, they will disregard all your remarks, no matter how rational they are, and focus on one thing and one thing only - milking you of that sweet, sweet cash of yours. Moreover, once we'd paid the 800 CZK fine, we didn't even get the receipt. Of course, we should have been more careful, but this type of treatment, considering how awfully the system is designed, seems unacceptable to me. I will share my concerns with the city's administration. Prague is really wonderful, but if its administration does not address my concerns, at least with a response explaining the reasoning behind this design, I know our group will actively recommend not visiting the city to anyone who is interested in doing it. If Prague wants to be considered a city of the 21st century, they should promptly redesign their underground transportation system and treat their tourists with a bit more care and respect. After all, there are other cities in Central Europe just as charming and beautiful as Prague, but who treat their tourists with a lot more empathy. BTW, be especially careful if you're a smoker. Smoking at the Florenc bus station is forbidden. They have dedicated police just for charging the fines for smoking. I'm not even kidding. And from what I've heard, these fines are even higher than what we paid.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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Artur T wrote a review Nov 2018
Prague, Czech Republic2 contributions
The main problem for me was to buy metro/underground tickets. At the entrance there are tickets machines, but accept only cash. I came from the bus, after hours of journey from the opposite side of the continent and had to drag my luggage last two miles, because ticket machines accept only cash and only coins in local currency, not even banknotes! Be aware.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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eliana1st wrote a review Aug 2018
Tehran, Iran215 contributions41 helpful votes
prague's main bus stop... 2 metro lines ( B & C ) are around here... but no tram lines... enough shops and amenities... clean toilets for 10czk... easy to navigate...
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Date of experience: August 2018
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