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Galatea in Mladá Boleslav

Galatea – Mladá Boleslav: Dine in harmonious surroundings

Hotel Galatea has a wide range of places to eat, from a restaurant and lobby bar to a wine bar and summer terrace with barbecue area. The building is attractive for its verdant location amid flower-filled fields and near a small pond. Choose from a menu of Czech and international dishes; among the Czech specialities at the Galatea are beef broth with parsley dumplings, and of the various international specialities the most notable are the beef and chicken steaks and the traditional beef sirloin in cream sauce served with cranberries, whipped cream and bread-based dumplings.

Address

Pod Koupalištěm 881, 293 06 Kosmonosy - Mladá Boleslav

GPS: 50.4441656603, 14.9227050992

Phone

+420 326 721 920

hotel@galatea.cz

http://www.galatea.cz

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