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Andrew Noble Beer plus shot Try "U Fleku" – beer and a shot glass containing Becherovka. The beer is good and it just keeps coming but I suggest you decline the Becherovka after a couple. The village was destroyed in 1942 and this is the memorial to it – very moving. Peter and Suzie Brewer, Surrey Secret restaurant My wife reminds me that she recalls our holidays from the sights, while I remember the meals. A friend had recommended Pálffy Paláce (257 530522; one of Prague's best-kept secrets.Two mighty doors guard the entrance and you feel as if you are entering a private home, but climb the staircase to the first floor and you are suddenly dazzled by candlelight, reflected from mirrors on every wall.
The kiosk selling them is diagonally opposite, to the right, as you appear through the "Arrivals" entrance. You enter the bus/tram/metro and punch your ticket once only.
These can be tried at the bar or with traditional Czech cuisine in the restaurant.
Greg Hayward, Dorset Cold war throwback Visit the Café Europa, attached to the Europa Hotel (224 215387; on Wenceslas Square, a beautiful and original example of art deco.
Nick Bagge, Middlesex Bargain tour Look for the yellow umbrella under the famous clock in Wenceslas Square and take a six-hour tour of Prague, including walking and a boat ride.
Then enjoy a half-price pub crawl including dinner and a beer in every bar visited. Brenda Davies, Herts Food to the fore I came across a uniquely Czech bar/shop – Obchod Cerstvych Uzenin, opposite the Hotel Europa in Wenceslas Square, serving the most delicious sausages and hams, and the inevitable beer.
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A 26kcs ticket (approx £1) allows 75 minutes of travel on a mix of tram/bus/metro. Your ticket now has a date and time should any inspector wish to view. Paul Mc Cabe, Merseyside Public transport tour Buy a three-day or five-day pass at the airport on arrival.