Trollope Society Trip to Prague

The Trollope Society will be staying in Prague from Friday 5th – Monday 8th October 2018. We will be based at Hotel Noir, Legerova 35, Prague, 120 00, Czech Republic. Tel 00420-224-104-111

Trollope Society Itinerary

Friday evening informal dinner and discussion

Nota Bene, Mikovcova 4, Praha 2.  Tel +420 721 299 131 at 7.30pm
Hotel Noir are unable to accommodate our party for a reading group so we have booked a reasonably priced restaurant nearby. Drinks will be included in the price of the Trollope Society Itinerary but the dinner itself is not included. We are able to stay in the restaurant for our discussion of Nina Balatka after the meal. Nota Bene specialises in locally sourced Czech specialities and is rated excellent on Trip Advisor.

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Saturday walking tour

We will be meeting at Hotel Noir at 2.00pm to make our way to the walking tour.

Saturday evening dinner

Potrefina Husa Platnerske Restaurant, Platnerska 88/9, Prague. 110 00 Tel +420 266 311 497 at 7.45pm
For those who are joing us for dinner on Saturday evening, we will be dining at Potrefina Husa Platnerske Restaurant. The restaurant serves traditional Czech food with a modern fuse and is rated excellent on Trip Advisor. From the Old Town Square take pedestrian route to the left of St. Nicholas Church.  Walk through the little Square and cross over road to Platnerska Street. Walk 150 metres down Platernerska St & Potrefena Husa Platnerska Restaurant is on the right side.

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Sunday Play Reading

Hotel Noir, Legerova 35, Prague, 120 00 at 11.00am
We will be holding the play reading of Henry Ong’s adaptation of Nina Balatka in the garden of Hotel Noir. Following the play reading visitors will be free to make their own arrangements for lunch and the remainder of the day.

The weather in Prague this weekend is set to be mild with average temperatures of around 21 degrees. For details check the BBC Weather website at

Please remember to watch out for pickpockets in Prague.  You are advised to take a bag with a long strap or something similar and not put valuables or money in your back pockets.