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Aparthotel Austria suites Aparthotel Austria is in the newly restored Palace Austria. The suites are very conveniently located next to a shopping mall and the business centre Andel making it a perfect place for business and leisure travellers alike. All the major sites and attractions of Prague are nearby and despite being on a busy street, placing you right in the centre of the action the rooms are all very quiet as they face the palaces atrium. The hotel has no restaurant but each room has a fully equipped small kitchen and fresh food is delivered to guests each day. There is a fabulous shopping centre situated very close to the hotel which has lots of shops a cinema, a wellness centre, and a large gaming centre. All historic sites and the City Centre are easily accessible on foot or by public transport. Once in the city centre there are many well-known spots worth a visit. Wander through the famous Wenceslas Square, Steeped in a rich and vibrant history the square has been home to many events and continues to be a traditional setting for demonstrations, celebrations, and other public gatherings. It¿s one of the main City Squares and the centre of business and cultural communities in New Town. The square is named after the patron saint of Bohemia Saint Wenceslas and is a world heritage site. For the inquisitive mind don¿t miss Prague¿s National Museum founded in 1818 the museum houses almost 14 million items from the areas of natural history, history, arts, music, and librarianship all located in many buildings. The main building of the museum is located on the upper end of Wenceslas square and was built in 1885. A great deal of work has been put into collecting new materials over the museums long history.
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