The apartment is located in an elegant part of Prague which is called "La Dolce Vita"
Ideal starting point for aesthetes and gourmets and also for those who wish to taste the real alternative cultural life in Prague.
Let me welcome you in a cosy and very quiet appartment located east of the historical centre of Prague just on the border of two city parts Vršovice and Vinohrady.
Elegant facades, tree-lined streets, picturesque parks with city views, and an idylic atmosphere ever so slightly reminiscent of Paris make this an area that the cream of Prague society have always favoured. This cosmopolitan part of Prague is well known for its quality restaurants, wine bars, and cafés as well as for cultural life that thrives in many clubs, pubs and bars all year round.
The appartment is located just about 350 m from the inconspicious and somewhat grubby Krymska Street that even the New York Times readers know as the centre of Prague´s alternative culture and the hippest address in the city. You will find here many places that combine café and culture, and a very authentic but not too wild nightlife. If you come back here in the early evening you will spend a night to remember.
Among many parks in this area, there is a prominent landmark Havlíčkovy Gardens, located about 600 m from the appartment. These beautiful gardens were inspired by the Italian Renaissance. Grottoes, fountains, waterfalls, and a lake create a romantic atmosphere, beautifully complemented by the charming wooden gazebo in the middle of the vineyard planted by order of the Emperor Charles IV in the 14th century. The entire complex is dominated by a stately Grobovka villa with a terrace that offers views of the surrounding area.
In close proximity of the appartment, there are many pearls of modern architecture of the 20th century.
Architecture lovers will certainly appreciate the Church of St. Wenceslas on Svatopluk Čech Square, 250 m from the appartment, It is a modern three-nave sacred building built in (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) by the architect Josef Gočár and it is considered by experts as one of the most successful functionalist sacral buildings in the Czech Republic.
Two buildings worthy of note are the Art Nouveau atelier belonging to the sculptor Ladislav Šaloun (creator of the masssive Jan Hus sculpture in Old Town Square) and the villa by Jan Kotěra, a noted Czech modern architect.
We recommend to our guests not to miss the unusual monumental Church of the Most Sacred Heart by the Slovenian architect Jože Plečnik (the creative force behind the modern modifications of Prague Castle). The church whose form evokes Noah´s ark is one of the most important 20th century religious buildings in Prague.
- No smoking in the appartment
- When you leave please turn off the lights and close the windows
- Please change your shoes when using the appartment. Home shoes are provided
- We will change your bed linen if you stay longer than seven days
I like travelling and meeting people from all over the world.
I speak Czech (native), English, Japanese, German, Russian and a little French.
I love to walk and talk about my wonderful city and welcome you here.