Apartment | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 9
This charming and spacious three bedroom apartment can comfortably accommodate a grand total of 12 guests, located on the fifth floor; you will have beautiful views of the Vltava river, as well as Petrin, a great green place to visit for walks in the splendid gardens, and a stunning view of the city below. With a balcony and two terraces you will have a delightful view to enjoy over breakfast or a glass of wine in the evening. The excellent location means that you won't have to venture far to access some of the Prague's most famous sights, including the Old Town, Wenceslas Square and Charles Bridge which will take you to Mala Strana with its quintessential winding cobbled streets full of quaint shops, galleries and restaurants to keep you entertained.
|Size||Sleeps up to 9, 3 bedrooms|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|General||Central heating, TV|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms of which 2 Family bathrooms and 1 Shower rooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (9)|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace|
|Further details indoors||
Iron & Ironing Board, Hair Dryer, Bed Linen & Towels, TV, internet connection, heating, Fan, city maps, Cell Phone Rentals, parquet floor.
Hair Dryer, bidet, washbasin with mirror, toilet, bathtub, Towels.
Toilet, shower, 2 x washbasin , Heated towel bar, mirror.
3 x night tables, table and chairs, 2 x wardrobe, 3 x single bed.
2 x night tables, 2 x wardrobe, 3 x single bed.
3 x night tables, 3 x reading lamps, 3 x single bed.
2 x Bathroom, Balcony, 2 x Terrace, Kitchen, Living room, 3 x Bedroom.
Electric kettle, microwave, toaster, plates, fridge / freezer, coffee maker, table and chairs.
We offer these extra services:
Baby cot available at the total price of 20 €
High chair available on request for 20 €.
Free Wireless Internet.
The Bohemia region
The Czech Republic became independent in 1993 but has a very exciting history much longer back than that. With numerous castles and chateaux, showing the stories of powerful families and individuals who influenced not only the own nation but also well beyond. Unravel history of Bohemia and Moravia, the two ancient lands that now make up the modern Czech Republic.
Western Bohemia offers a number of attractive tourist sites; beautiful nature where the southwest part of the Krusny Mountains continues to the Sumava mountain range and discover folklore traditions in the district of Chodska. The spa lover will find the most famous Czech spas and the beer lover can go on a tour of the world renowned Plzen brewery.
Prague has warm, occasionally showery summers and cold, often snowy winters with generally changeable conditions. A typical day in Prague from June to August sees the mercury range from about 12° to 22°C.
More than 20 years after the fall of communism, the popularity of Prague among tourists seems as thriving as ever. The Czech capital’s combination of a thrilling history and glorious architectural overachievement remains as compelling as ever.
Tourist attractions not to miss are:
Prague Castle and Hradcany. Prague Castle is the most popular sight visited in Prague. It is the largest ancient castle in the world. Allow at least half a day (it does not include time for museum visits) if you want to examine it in depth.
Prague Jewish Quarter (Josefov). Named after the eperor Josef II, whose reforms helped to ease living conditions for the Jewish, the Jewish Quarter contains the remains of Prague's former Jewish ghetto. There are two figures synonymous with this part of the city, Franz Kafka (1883 – 1924) and the mystical humunculus Golem created by Jehuda ben Bezalel, also known as Rabi Löw.
Prague Old Town. Mentioned in 1091, it is the oldest of the towns of Prague gained the privileges of a town in the 13th century. However, its name dates back to the 14th century when the New Town was founded. The centre of the Old Town has always been the Old Town Square dominated by the Church of Our Lady of Týn and the Town Hall.
While the city centre is a mélange of stunning architecture, from Gothic, Renaissance and baroque to neoclassical, art nouveau and cubist, beyond the medieval lanes of the Old Town and the Castle District, there’s an entire other cosmopolitan city to explore. Search out the riverside parks, lively bars and beer gardens, music clubs, museums and art galleries. Harness Prague’s excellent public-transport system to explore emerging suburbs such as Žižkov, Vinohrady, Smíchov and Holešovice. You’ll be guaranteed cheaper prices, a more local ambience, and an assured escape from any more feelings of doubt.