Holiday Apartments in Prague
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What our Prague guests say
The apartment looks exactly like it does in the pictures (very large + spacious, definitely enough space for 6 people). The host is amazing, she was very easy t
Stayed 20—28 Aug 2015 in:
Navratilova Four Room Apartment,...
Everything was fine! But having two keys only for a 10 persons flat is not enough.
Stayed 16—21 Aug 2015 in:
Design 3 Bdr Loft "Ruterra"
Very good apartment , excellent location 3 min Charles bridge 5 min old town square etc. you can walk to large tesco supermarket in 12 min, 16 min to m&s etc,
Stayed 15—22 Aug 2015 in:
Bellissimo Vista Castello
It's clean but there was no air condition.
Stayed 2—3 Aug 2015 in:
Luxury Apartment For 1 To 5 Pers...
Accommodation in Prague - Travel Guide
Where to stay in Prague
When looking for accommodations in Prague, apartments are a great option for a more authentic Bohemian experience that will also save you money. HouseTrip has a number of quality holiday apartments in Prague to choose from in many of the city's districts. The majority of the sights and the most popular option for holiday apartments in Prague is the Old Town (Staré m?sto), where you'll walk back in time to Medieval churches, Baroque palaces and open squares. Next door to the Old Town is the New Town (Nové m?sto), which was built starting in the 1300s and is home to Wenceslas Square and the National Theatre.
When to go to Prague
A stay in holiday apartments in Prague offers breathtaking scenery at any time of year with the city's church spires, gilded domes and brightly painted buildings. Spring and autumn are widely regarded as the best times for tourists to visit, as queues to major sights are generally shorter and Prague apartments are more abundant. However, nothing could be more beautiful than a visit to holiday apartments in Prague during the winter, particularly when the city is dotted with charming Christmas markets. Summer is the peak of the tourist season and offers the opportunity for lazy afternoons spent soaking up the sun on terraces or in beer gardens.
Getting to and around Prague
Most visitors who book holiday apartments in Prague arrive by air, with flights landing at Václav Havel Airport Prague. The most economical option to reach the city centre and Prague apartments is with the city bus lines. Be sure to validate your ticket upon boarding the bus, and it is valid for further public transport connections to reach your holiday apartment in Prague. Once in the city, the best way to experience Prague is on foot, thanks to the compact layout of the centre. When you want to venture further from your Prague apartment, public transport options like buses, trams and the metro are also convenient. Sightseeing cruises by boat down the Vltava River are picturesque and popular.
The capital of the Czech Republic, Prague is one of Europe's most beautiful cities. Millions of tourists come to holiday apartments in Prague each year to take in the city's splendour, which escaped World War II almost completely unscathed.
Your first destination should be the Old Town, which is the historic centre and home to the most popular holiday apartments in Prague. The Old Town Square is an open plaza surrounded by a colourful kaleidoscope of Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque buildings. The astronomical clock on the old town hall is one of the city's most popular meeting points, where large groups gather to watch the animated figures come out twice each day. Be sure to visit the Church of Our Lady of Tyn, a magnificent Gothic church that offers lovely views from its bell towers.
Once you've scoped out the Old Town, cross over the iconic St. Charles Bridge, whose statues have guided foot traffic across the Vltava for over 600 years. Holiday apartments in Prague with a view of this area are naturally in high demand, as you can enjoy sweeping views of the river, castle and magnificent skyline. Once you've reached the west bank, trek up to see Prague Castle, the city's top attraction. This massive complex surrounds the beautiful St. Vitus cathedral, which has stunning stained glass and more gargoyles than you can count. Before you leave, be sure to check out Golden Lane, a series of tiny workshops and homes used by goldsmiths during the Middle Ages. You'll notice from the low ceilings and doors that people were much smaller than today, so you'll be thankful that your Prague apartment is more spacious.
While you're away from your holiday apartment in Prague and bellies rumble, it's time to sample some of the local cuisine. Try vep?ová pe?en? s knedlíky a se zelím (roast pork with cabbage) and svickova, a fillet of beef with cream sauce and cranberries that is the Czech national dish. Whatever you order, you can be assured that it will come with a side dish of dumplings (knedlík) and be washed down with tasty Czech beer. As the food is generally rich and hearty, self-catering apartments in Prague can be a good choice for those seeking lighter options - both in terms of waistlines and wallets. Holiday apartments in Prague are also a great way to take advantage of the city's many farmers' markets, a new, much welcomed addition to the Prague cultural landscape.
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