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Apartment | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 3

Key Info
  • Swimming pool
  • Great for children of all ages 5
  • Car not necessary
  • Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner

2-ROOM ROMANTIC APARTMENT JUST 5 MINUTES TO PRAGUE 1 WITH FREE WIFI & JACUZZI

Welcome to this beautiful and romantic two-room apartment located in a historic building at the second floor. It has nice and stylish furnishings. Bedroom with 1 double bed, living room with a well equipped kitchen (including refrigerator, cooking stove, microwave oven, and electric kettle) and sofa bed, bathroom with a bathtub and WC.

The apartment is equipped with satellite TV, Internet (Wireless LAN [WLAN], free), a well equipped kitchen (including refrigerator, cooking stove, microwave oven, and electric kettle), iron and ironing board. The bathroom has hair dryer. Towels and bed linens are provided.

This apartment is located very close to the center of old town Prague, the superb location offers the possibility of walking to the center of Prague; the Old Town Square is reachable in 9 minutes by four stops by tram 26, Wenceslas square in 5 minutes by tram 9. It's just 15 minutes' walk from Prague's main railway station and 2 minutes' walk from the tram stop "Lipanska".

If you arrive by car, there is possibility of covered parking in the garage located in the front building and needs to be booked at least prior to your arrival at 7 EUR per day. At weekends (from Friday 6 pm to Monday 8 am) it is possible to park for free on the street.

Nearby is the “Witkowski hill” and “Parukarka parc”. Next door is the largest shopping centers - Flora, Palladium, cinema IMAX. Close to the apartment there are many low-cost, traditional Czech pubs and restaurants where you can taste traditional Czech beer.

Size Sleeps up to 3, 1 bedrooms
Will consider Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car not necessary
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Vaclav Havel Airport Prague, Ruzyne 14.6 km, Nearest railway: Praha Hlavni Nadrazi (Main Train Station) 2 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages
Notes Pets welcome, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Jacuzzi or hot tub, Internet access, DVD player
Pool Children's pool
General Central heating, TV, CD player, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms
Furniture 1 Sofa beds, Double beds (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 2
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Outdoors Climbing frame, Swing set, Private fishing lake or river
Access Secure parking

The Bohemia region

The historic heart of Prague right in the heart of Europe is an exceptionally valuable urban monument zone. This is why part of Prague - Hradcany and Prague Castle, Mala Strana, the Old Town including the Charles Bridge and Jewish Quarter Josefov, the New Town and Vysehrad were entered into the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Just what is it that makes the historical center of Prague fascinating and unforgettable? So much of the charm and the magic of Prague - especially in its historical centre - lays is its extraordinary layout. One moment you are in quite wide open spaces the next you are on the narrowest and most picturesque of cobbles stoned streets where the ancient buildings on either side seem to almost breathe down upon you. And just when you think that you've gotten totally lost lo and behold the street scape widens again and you are back on familiar ground that takes you to a main square or a familiar landmark.

The Old Town of Prague is indeed in some parts so old with Romanesque architecture side by side with almost as old Gothic that little wonder even today it is often referred to as Stone Prague. Move off down some other streets and lanes especially say in the Little Quarter of the city and the feel and imagination distinctly changes. Here the cold and stony breath of the old gives way to the charm and the sublime decoration of the Baroque, and even earlier again the Renaissance. Utterly stunning palaces and town houses look as gorgeous today as they must surely have done in their pompous hey day. Back across the river again and New Town beckons with its splendid Art Nouveau most perfectly captured in the sublime Municipal House while close by the next great architectural movement has its day in delightful Cubist buildings.

Charles Bridge is famous the world over not only for its ancient appearance - it hasn't changed in almost 700 years - but also for its stunning beauty. An enormously solid and elegant structure its slightly curving length stretches for more than half a kilometer or one third of a mile. More remarkable though is the quite stunning statuary along its length, a veritable gallery of thirty baroque statues of religious figures from the distant past. Sixteen colossal arches have unfailingly maintained the bridge through the centuries and at either end you can climb the delightful Bridge Towers - the Old Town Bridge Tower and two Lesser Town Bridge Towers which guard entrance to it.

Prague

Central Bohemia

A large recreation area extends south of Prague along the rivers Vltava and Sázava. Many Praguers spend their weekends and holidays in their private weekend houses situated here. This area is also popular with hikers and fans of waters sports, from canoeing and kayaking to windsurfing. The tradition of camps with wooden chalets has still been preserved here. Two of the most beautiful Bohemian castles – Karlštejn and K?ivoklát – attract local tourists as well as foreign visitors. They are located in the centres of the two most significant natural reserves of the central Bohemia, the Protected landscape area ?eský kras (Bohemian Karst) and K?ivoklátsko. The chateaux Konopišt?, Dob?íš, ?eský Šternberk (pictured here; click for a larger view) and Ho?ovice are also located near Prague. The surroundings of Prague are very diverse. The undulating, hilly northern area alternates with the plains to the east, the Brdy range extends in the south-west, the picturesque Posázaví area spreads out in the south-east and the K?ivoklát Highlands extend in the west.

Transport accessibility

A dense network of highways and high-speed roads of the European system runs in all directions from Prague. The railway network includes high-speed railways as well as regional ones in the directions of: Kolín, Kralupy nad Vltavou, Beroun, Benešov, Kladno, Lysá nad Labem and Posázaví.

Prague

The capital city of the Czech Republic; the political, economical and cultural centre of the country; the seat of the president, of the government and the parliament; the centre of university education, the seat of the Academy of Sciences and numerous sacademic institutions. Prague is a significant cultural centre with a variety of theatres, museums, galleries and exhibition halls. It is an important European transportation hub. Prague is unusually rich in significant architectural monuments of all periods. The historical centre, which covers 866 hectares, has been included in the UNESCO list of world cultural heritage since 1992.

Transport accessibility

Prague is a significant railway and road junction. The modern, expanded international airport Praha-Ruzyn? is located here, as well. The city public transportation includes: three lines of underground trains, trams, buses and extensive integrated transport system around Prague in the Central-Bohemian region.

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Review 1-4 of 4

25 Mar 2014

4/5

"good location"

Stayed here for 6 days in March. The location is good, close by tram stop, which takes you to the city center in 15 minutes. Supermarket near by (5min walk). The apartment is convenient if you are tra… More

16 Feb 2014

5/5

"Beautiful and spacious apartment"

The apartment was very clean and fully equipped, The bed was comfortable and the heaters warmed up the whole apartment really well. There is a good amount of space, we have a 1 year old baby and even … More

27 Nov 2013

4/5

"Great place to stay in Prague."

With the location only two tram stops away from downtown Prague, this is a great location to stay for the price. With a grocery store around the corner we were able to pick up a few things for breakfa… More

15 Aug 2013

5/5

"Excellent flat and location, I'm 100% content for this amazing holiday spent in Prague!"

I just wanted to thank you so much. The apartment was beautiful, very clean, pretty comfortable, with a good bathroom and kitchen, as its shows in the pictures. We've really enjoyed being here. I… More

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