Temple Hotel has First Gay Youth Hostel in Prague
We LOVE PRAGUE. I still think about moving there and debating if I can pack up my life and make the move……
Prague ; Czech: Praha pronounced [ˈpraɦa] is the capital and largest city of the Czech Republic and fourteenth largest city in the European Union.
Situated in the north-west of the country on the Vltava river, the
city is home to about 1.3 million people, while its metropolitan area is
estimated to have a population of nearly 2.0 million. The city has a temperate oceanic climate with warm summers and chilly winters.
Our friends at Club Temple, Little Temple and Hotel Temple are now launching the first ever gay youth hostel in Prague! Conveniently located to everything! Shared rooms and private rooms.
This is the 1st gay hostel in Prague..under 25 years old..300kc. Per night shared room!
Plus hot summer deals on their hotel suites! @ CLUB TEMPLE
DID YOU KNOW?
In 2011, Prague was the sixth most visited city in Europe.
Prague and the Czech Republic have earned a (generally accurate)
reputation of being more liberal than its neighbours to the east like
Poland or the Baltic States, and Czechs’ attitudes towards issues like
gay rights or drugs are far more tolerant. Homosexuality in the Czech
Republic is legal and the minimum age of consent is 15. The biggest
example of the Czech Republic’s progressive policies towards the
homosexual community would be its passing of historic legislation
legalizing registered partnerships for same-sex couples in July 2006.
There are no laws concerning tourists with HIV/AIDS. The number of
HIV/AIDS sufferers in the country is low.
This means that Prague has far more gay and gay-friendly clubs than
most Eastern European cities, and is quickly becoming a popular travel
destination for gay tourists. By some estimates, nearly 600,000 visitors
to Prague per year have used services aimed at the homosexual community
– though those numbers might be overblown, as most gay clubs don’t deny
entrance to heterosexual guests. Either way, gay tourism has definitely
been on the rise since the 1990s. More than half a dozen new bars or
clubs have opened up in the last year alone and there are around 25 gay
bars, discos and saunas in the city as a whole.