Serviced Apartments Prague

Prague is a city that everyone should visit in their lifetime. Steeped in history, the Czech capital is known as ‘the city of a thousand spires’ and features stunning examples of Gothic, Renaissance and Art Nouveau architecture. The picturesque streets and facades give the city a unique atmosphere that cannot be found anywhere else in the world. An important UNESCO site, Prague’s medieval aesthetic nonetheless conceals a vibrant and modern cultural capital.

As a natural centre of politics, international relations, education, culture and economy, Prague ranks among the EU’s most important and developed business centres and tourism destinations, with visitors flocking to the city in equal numbers for work, tourism or just to experience the culture and the city’s diverse range of sights, activities and flavours ensure many of them return time and time again.

A beautiful and diverse city, Prague showcases a mixture of history, cuisine and culture.

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Accommodation in Prague is as varied as one would expect from such a diverse city. Most of the famous sights and attractions are fairly localised in the city centre, so tourists will want to find something in Vinohrady, or close to Old Town. Those visiting the city on business will probably want to be close to Pankrác, the neighbourhood quickly becoming known as the new business and office area, with new projects being constantly constructed for the commercial market.

A serviced apartment provides the ultimate way to experience an extended stay in a new city, as being able to receive expert advice on selecting a property means you have peace of mind you will be staying in the most popular and safe areas of the city. Furthermore, having your own fully equipped kitchen means you have the freedom to try cooking with the local produce - an experience that can’t be had with your average hotel. Our properties range from self-contained studios to luxury apartments , and our advisors can make sure you find the perfect place for an unforgettable trip.

Culture & shopping in Prague

Prague is one of the world’s cultural treasure troves, with just about every street corner bursting with bohemian history, culture and sights.  A cruise on the Vltava is a great way of getting a feel of the place for first time visitors, whilst a trip to the historic old town is also a must as it contains many of the city’s most famous sights, including the 15th century astronomical clock and Týn Cathedral, with its Gothic spires dominating the surrounding skyline. Those seeking to sample the flavours of Czech will find everything from rooftop terraces, like the Golden Well Hotel, to underground caverns such as Svata Klara Restaurant. Of course, the Czech republic is also the birthplace of lager, so beer lovers will be please to hear it offers some of the best pilsners in the world.

Shoppers will find a plethora of unique shops dotted around Old Town, selling everything from artisan clocks and rare books, to marionettes and crystal sculptures. Those seeking a more familiar retail experience can head to the Palladium shopping centre or Arkády Pankrác mall, both of which play host to numerous familiar high street brands.

Getting around in Prague

Prague has one of the best public transportation systems in Europe. The metro, trams and buses are comfortable and reliable, covering the majority of the city and its outskirts. With over 500km of tracks, trams are arguably the best way of getting around the centre of Prague, with many services funning throughout the night. For areas in the outskirts of the city not covered by the tram or metro, Bus services can be found and also run throughout the night. Those looking to do some sightseeing may want to consider the PragueCard, which offers unlimited transport around the city as well as reduced entry to several galleries and museums.

Anyone wanting to reach other Czech cities or the surrounding areas, will find the mainline railway station has frequent services not only to the rest of the country, but also into wider Europe.