We spent three nights here and found it to be a very good base for visiting Prague.
This small campsite is essentially the owner's back-yard. The site is walled and the entrance gate is locked from 10.00pm so it is very secure. Being a small site, it is quiet. There is a games room with table-tennis and table football but the room closes at 10.00pm to maintain the night-time quiet.
The camping plots are not individually marked but assigned spaces are generous/spacious. Electrical hook-ups are also available. The bathroom block only has two male showers and two male toilets, but this is ample for the small site. The female side is of an equal size. The dish-washing sinks are located outside, in the garden, which is fine (unless it is raining).
Whilst located in the suburb of V-Ladech, public transportation gets you into Prague easily and tickets can be purchased at the campsite. Buses stop at the end of the street and the Opatov Metro train station is only two bus-stops away. The Metro train takes about 17 minutes to reach the 'Muzeum' stop, next to Wenceslas Square. We left the vehicle at the campsite and used the Metro to get into the city for carefree sightseeing. Except when we drove to Kutna Hora to see the Church of Bones (about an hours drive away).
I won't hesitate to book here for any future visit to Prague.
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