Situated in Spalene Porici, this hotel is in the same region as Brdy Protected Landscape Area, Rozmital Pod Tremsinem Castle, and Podbrodske Museum.
Situated in Old Town Plzen, this hotel is steps from St. Bartholomew's Cathedral, náměstí Republiky, and Jiri Trnka Gallery. Ethnography Museum of the Pilsen Region and Great Synagogue are also within 5 minutes.
Located in the heart of Plzen, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Pilsner Urquell Brewery and Brewery Museum. West Bohemian Museum and St. Bartholomew's Cathedral are also within 15 minutes.
Situated in Pilsen, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Pilsner Urquell Brewery, Brewery Museum, and Museum of West Bohemia. West Bohemian Museum and Museum of Plzeň's Historical Underground are also within 15 minutes.
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Spalene Porici is approximately 50 miles away from Prague and about 95 miles from Linz.
Don your winter woolies and hit the fresh powder! You have a choice of two popular options not far from the city, Bodenmais - Silberberg Ski Resort and Ski Geisskopf. The first is 45 miles away and the second is 55 miles.
Take a trip to Stary Plzenec. It's approximately 8 miles away from Spalene Porici, and where you'll find Pilsner Urquell Brewery and Brewery Museum. Alternatively, Rozmital pod Tremsinem is around 11 miles away. When you get there, go to Podbrodske Museum and Rozmital Pod Tremsinem Castle.
You should make a day trip to Dysina. It's about 12 miles to the northwest of Spalene Porici and it has some fantastic visitor attractions, including Plzen Zoo, Old Jewish Cemetery and Underground Plzeň. Museum of Plzeň's Historical Underground and House at the White Lion are also safe bets for hours of fun.
Get a feel for the various flavors of Plzen by trying its food and drinks.
Beef and cabbage are two noteworthy ingredients that you'll come across.
Two common dishes worth tasting are svíÄková na smetanÄ› (beef in cream sauce) and moravsky vrabec (pork stew).
Mouthwatering treats, such as ovocne knedliky (fruit dumplings), are certainly worth a try.
Grab a table at the closest watering hole and take a breather with a round of beers. If you ask for the region's best, the bartender will probably recommend a Krusovice.
Coffee is a beloved non-alcoholic option that you can readily enjoy morning or night.
You might see some locals savoring a glass of Tuzemak, a well-known spirit around here.
Chill out with a glass of Ryzlink rýnský (Rhine Riesling) or Frankovka (Blaufrankisch) from the region's vineyards.
Comprehending a few common Czech phrases can often make the difference between merely scratching the surface and delving into the soul of the culture of a place. Těší mě means pleased to meet you. You should also try pronouncing Jak se jmenuješ? (what's your name?).
Visiting on the 28th of October means you can enjoy a first-hand impression of Czech Founding Day.
When it is time to depart from this great place, remember to bid it a warm "Na shledanou".
You shouldn't worry about catching your flight. Just make sure you remember that the closest airport is 45 miles to the northeast.
It might be a bit tricky finding a place to stay in Spalene Porici, as there are presently no vacancies showing up on Expedia's extensive database. However, If you're able to commute, you could try the Penzion a Restaurace Na Jízdárně, 4 miles away in Nezvěstice.