Elegant apartment in Prague's Art Nouveau quarter just above Wenceslas Square

Elegant apartment in Prague's Art Nouveau quarter just above Wenceslas Square

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 2
1 baths

About our home

Classic and atmospheric 106 m2 apartment with high ceilings. Located in a 1906 building in quiet street just north of Wenceslas Sq. Balcony and communal garden. Walking distance to city centre, operahouse etc. Metro and tram very near too. Shower and bathtub. Very comfortable sofa in the large living room. Cable TV. WiFi throughout. Kitchen has balcony so we can eat outside even in the winter sun. Otherwise lots of books, particularly on Prague and the Czech Republic.


Just off Nam Miru square. Walking distance to city centre, operahouse etc. Metro and tram very near too. Wonderful neighbourhood with small speciality food shops, cafes and multi-ethnic restaurants. Greenwich village feel. Large park on the hill with swimming pool, tennis courts etc. Several good playgrounds around. The main Train Station is 3 blocks away (not audible), should you want to go to Dresden, Vienna or Berlin for the weekend.



We are a couple in late 30's/early 40's with a 3 year old daughter, not yet in school, so we are keen to travel, especially during the winter months. We are a freelance art historian (working in the travel business) and writer.

For many this is the best time to visit Prague, as it as busy as Venice nowadays, and you may even have the Charles Bridge in the snow to yourself, plus endless concerts, film festivals etc. We can help with any arrangements, restaurant tips etc. and wil leave lots of information for you.

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