B&B in the city centre of Prague.
Are you looking for a comfortable accommodation in Prague? Then you are on the right site! This in 2009 completely renovated 3-store building with own elevator consist of an apartment and a B&B room. This beautiful accommodation is located in the center of Prague in a quiet, central location, between the two famous parkland gardens Stromovka and Letenské Sady, with good access to public transport. The nearest tram station is only 50 m away and the metro is just 5 minute walk away. The B&B room (studio) is comfortable and modern equipped and offers excellent services: Linens and towels, internet connection, cleaning and breakfast are all included in the price. In the direct vicinity you will find several restaurants, bars, shops, ATM as well as numerous cultural monuments and outdoor activities. Within 20 minutes’ walk you are in the heart of Prague where you can admire the rich history, among other Old Town Square, National Museum, and Wenceslas Square. Even the shopping lovers will not be bored by the variety of shops and boutiques. If you arrive by car you can park on the street (against fee) or on the guarded parking place at a distance of 500 m (against fee). If you prefer to come by plane you can order for transport service, provided by the owner. In this case indicate this in the booking. All in all, an excellent accommodation in a great location against at affordable prices. The modern B&B room on the top floor has a living area of 25 m2 and provides accommodation for 2 persons. It has a separate entrance, a sleeping/living room with double bed and private bathroom with shower and toilet. The bedroom/living room is equipped with a double bed, wardrobe and TV. The private bathroom has a shower, sink and toilet. The guests can also enjoy the free internet access. Bed linen, towels and breakfast are included in the price. Just come and enjoy your stay. In the same building there is also an apartment which can be rented if you want to come with 3 persons extra. BN979516 Prague, also known as "Golden Prague" or "the City of a Thousand Towers" is so versatile that your eyes, ears and time will be too short to take it all in. It is best to explore Prague on foot with the aid of public transport. - On a list of sites that should not be missed: Hradčany (Prague Castle) and the Presidential Palace; St. Vitus Cathedral and Golden Lane No. 22 where Franz Kafka once worked; Strahov Monastery and Petrin Hill, with a magnificent view of the city. In Mala Strana (Lesser Town), the baroque St. Nicholas Church and the Waldstein Palace are wonderful as are all the other palaces, gardens and churches. Here you will also find many small shops, antique shops and restaurants. Crossing the Vltava (Moldau) River via the pedestrianized Charles Bridge you will encounter painters, souvenir vendors and buskers. In the Josefov (Jewish Quarter) district you can visit the Old-New Synagogue, the impressive Old Jewish Cemetery and St. Agnes convent. In Stare Mesto (Old Town) walk around the square and admire the Jan Hus monument, the Tyn and St. Nicholas Church and the Old Town Hall with its famous astronomical clock. Then it's on to Wenceslas Square, the entertainment and shopping center of Prague, with its memorial to Jan Palach, statue of St. Wenceslas and the National Museum. - Some ideas for day trips: the impregnable castle of Karlstejn Beroun (35 km); the well-preserved 15th century castle of Křivoklát (40 km); the Slapy reservoir on the Vltava (25 km); Castle Konopiště of Franz Ferdinand of Austria (40 km); the medieval castle of Český Šternberk (40 km); stalactite caves in the Bohemian karst at Koněprusy; the royal city of Kutna Hora (55 km) where silver was once mined; the Gothic Barbora's Cathedral with its three remarkable steeples; and finally Terezin, a former concentration camp (55 km). Option booking not available Please note: the rates do not include the mandatory hirers' liability insurance. This small amount is a percentage of the rental sum starting from 10 Euros per reservation.