Best Prague-Praha 1-Hradäany holiday apartments
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Popular accommodations in Prague-Praha 1-Hradäany
U Tří BubnůHotel U Tří Bubnů offers accommodation in the historic centre of Prague, only 50 metres from Old Town Square with the Orloj Astronomical Clock. It is situated opposite the house where famous writer Franz Kafka used to live. Free WiFi is provided, and laptops can be borrowed for free as well.Book now
V Kolkovně Old Town ApartmentFeaturing a balcony with outdoor furniture, V Kolkovně Old Town Apartment offers self-catering accommodation in the historic centre of Prague. The property is located in Josefov, the old Jewish quarter, where guests can see many synagogues. Old Town Square with the Orloj Astronomical Clock lies just 300 metres away. Free WiFi is provided.Book now
Grand Hotel PrahaLocated in the old centre of Prague right on Old Town Square and opposite the Orloj Astronomical Clock, Grand Hotel Praha is set in a historical building and provides a restaurant and a café. Free WiFi is available and the reception is open for 24 hours.Book now
Hrad?any, Old Town, Josefstadt and Lesser Town, these names stand for the historical centre of Prague. There is hardly a better place to live to discover the historical buildings of the Czech capital. Most of the sights in Prague’s city centre and old town are within walking distance of this part of the city. An apartment in Hradčany, Prague, takes you right into the heart of the pulsating hustle and bustle of the Czech metropolis. Book your apartment now in Hradčany, Prague.
Around the Prague Castle: Apartments in Hradčany, Prague
Prague is one of the hottest destinations for city trips in Europe. In addition to the magnificent buildings of the past, the city on the Vltava is also famous for its music and club scene and its diverse theatre and cultural landscape. There are also numerous bars, pubs, restaurants and dance clubs. An apartment in Hradčany, Prague, is an ideal starting point to experience the Czech capital day and night. Here you can enjoy both: Living comfort and undisturbed private atmosphere. As with couchsurfing in Hradčany, Prague, you live among the locals, as if you were one of them – certainly one of the best ways to get to know the special atmosphere of the city on the Vltava. Whether culture journey or fun and Entertainment, an apartment in Hradčany, Prague, is always the correct solution. Book your Prague accommodation with us!
Living in the historical centre: Private apartments in Hradčany, Prague
With a private holiday apartment in Hradčany, Prague, you can organize a trip with friends and acquaintances. If you live here, you will live in the immediate vicinity of most of Prague’s sights. A must for Prague travellers is Hrad?any. With its magnificent historical building complexes and the Gothic St Vitus Cathedral, it is Prague’s most striking landmark. The cathedral is surrounded by an extensive palace complex with architectural styles ranging from Romanesque to Gothic and Baroque. It impressively shows the importance of Prague as an imperial and residential city in the Holy Roman Empire. Today Hradcany is the seat of the Czech President. From up here you have wonderful panoramic views over the Czech capital. And from your private holiday home in Hradčany, Prague, all this can be reached in no time at all.
Places of interest in the surroundings
The castle hill is home to former noble palaces such as the Schwarzenberg Palace, the Sternberg Palace and the Lobkowicz Palace. Today, important collections of the National Gallery or private art lovers are housed here. Around Loretoplatz there are other interesting buildings such as the Palais Czernin and the Loreto Sanctuary. From Hradschin it is not far to Prague’s old town. The way always leads downhill to the so-called Lesser Town with its narrow alleys and baroque character and over the Charles Bridge to the other side of the Vltava. Here lies the Old Town with the famous Old Town Square, the Old Town Town Hall, Tyn Church, Hus Monument and many other sights. A walk through the neighbouring Josefstadt is also interesting, which not only offers good shopping opportunities, but also contains numerous testimonies to Prague’s rich Jewish past. Also from more recent times there are interesting things to see, for example beautiful art nouveau buildings or modern things like the ‘dancing house’. If you don’t want to live in the middle of the pulsating centre of the Czech capital, you’ll find other Accommodation in Prague. Quieter but still central are for example Apartments in Prague’s New Town.