Prague is in the heart of Europe – and our apartments lie in the heart of Prague. Our historical building is located in a prime- yet- quiet neighborhood popular with the locals. From here, you can reach the most favorite attractions in Prague by foot.
Whether you arrive in Prague by bus, plane, or train, we’re easy to find. Here’s how to reach us:
On Wenceslas Square, there were two massive protests: the first against the Soviet occupation in 1968, called the Prague Spring; the second against the communist regime in 1989, known as the Velvet Revolution. Today, it is one of the largest squares in Europe, and a focal point of Prague. Set out on a shopping adventure, or enjoy the nightlife the square has to offer. You can also visit the National Museum, an impressive Renaissance Revival building.
On foot: 12 minutes
The Dancing House was built in 1996 by world-famous architect Frank Gehry. It is a prime example of a modern building blending perfectly into its historical setting. The structure resembles the most famous dancers, Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. A must-see for architecture lovers and anyone who likes to take pictures! Also, the neighboring building is the former private residence of President Václav Havel.
On foot: 10 minutes
New Town Hall
Prague’s New Town was founded in the 14th century, separating itself from the Old Town. You’ll be able to enjoy a glorious view of Prague from the tower, which is almost 70 metres high. Did you know that the First Defenestration of Prague took place in the New Town Hall in 1419?
On foot: 4 minutes
This green island in the Vltava River is home to Žofín Palace, which hosts important cultural events. It is right next to the Mánes building, constructed in 1930, where you can visit an art gallery. If you are up for a romantic summer trip, we suggest renting a pedal boat on the island and enjoying Prague’s beauty on the sparkling river.
On foot: 8 minutes
Old Town Square
From the 11th century, the Old Town Square was home to merchants and craftsmen. Now, it represents one of Prague’s most visited attractions, mainly because of its unique astronomical clock, located on the south wall of the Old Town Hall. There is also a lot to see around the Old Town: pay a visit to Republic Square, the Powder Tower, or Municipal House.
On foot: 15 minutes
The Renaissance Revival jewel was built at the end of the 19th century and was financed by donations from the people, making it a symbol of national pride. The Nová scéna, its futuristic extension, was completed in 1983, housing the world-famous Laterna Magika Theatre. If you love culture and theatre, the National Theatre is definitely worth a visit.
On foot: 10 minutes
One of the most famous bridges in the world, and the oldest bridge in the Czech Republic. Charles Bridge connects Prague’s Old Town with Lesser Town. In the past, the Bohemian kings walked across this 14th-century stone bridge during their coronation. Today, many tourists and locals stroll across this historical bridge and enjoy views of the Vltava river.