Unlock the secrets of Prague with a Waytostay apartment
Prague is a popular destination for any occasion. Whether you want to experience a taster of the fairy-tale architecture or delve into the rich nightlife, a holiday in Prague is perfect for you. Rent one of our Prague apartments and head out to explore the bars. There are some nice themed bars to check out, like the Dubliner or El Mojito. But don’t forget the local drinking holes where you can down a tasty Gambrinus beer. Hang on though, because Prague isn’t just about the nightlife.
It’s a perfect holiday destination by day too. Rent a Prague apartment and you can visit the Astronomical Clock, Prague Castle or even catch a puppet show. Explore picturesque Prague until your heart´s content. If you’re looking for a bit of adventure then no problem - the Vltava Valley Bridge bungee jump will get your adrenalin pumping.
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Prague stay in Nove Mesto
Nove Mesto is a great place to rent a Prague apartment if you are looking to witness a rich history as well as a vibrant area. Although known as the new town of Prague, you can still explore some historical gems in the neighbourhood as it actually dates back to the 14th Century. Start off by visiting Wenceslas Square; which exudes both beautiful architecture as well as being a social hub for both locals and tourists. Standing proud at the helm of this former horse market is the National Museum, which is the oldest and largest museum in the Czech Republic. This cosmopolitan creation has it all from the largest shopping centre in the capital to a nightlife that will keep you more than entertained. For anyone looking to experience a more cultured night out then why not feast your eyes upon a stunning opera or ballet performance at the Prague state Opera. The location of this great square couldn´t be any better as it’s only a mere five minutes from the Old Town Square, making for an amazing base for any holiday in the capital. Nove Mesto really does know how to satisfy any desire when it comes to a short break in Prague .
Prague Apartments in Staré Mesto
To sample the more traditional elements and fairy-tale settings of Prague then you should rent an apartment in Staré Mesto. This authentic and picturesque district is an example of the side of Prague that most people conjure up when they think of the city. The Old Town Hall is a vivid example of how beauty and science can live hand in hand. The town hall itself is a stunning piece of architecture which can tell so many stories due to its rich history that has left it damaged in its current state. Pair this with the extraordinary design and intricate details of the Astronomical clock, which leaves a truly astounding spectacle to behold. The square is a true landmark in itself allowing you to feast your eyes on the multitude of colourful baroque buildings that line the perimeter of the zone.
Anyone interested in church architecture are in for a treat with Staré Mesto with a vast array of splendid structures on offer for you to delight in. Starting with Kostel Matky Boží před Týnem, an exquisite example of Gothic architecture in the city. Marvel at the twin-spiralled church which although was rebuilt in the 17th century in a baroque style still has many gothic carvings preserved within. Head on to Bethlehem Chapel which was the regular preaching home for the Czech religious reformer Jan Hus. Finally, venture on towards St Agnes´ Convent where art meets religious architecture, in pure and peaceful surroundings.
Prague Holiday in Josefov
For historical enlightenment and a cultural awakening, then Josefov is the recommended area to rent an apartment in Prague. The Jewish Quarter of Prague has witnessed so much over the years from Nazi Occupation to Communist upheaval; however remains pristinely preserved to this very day. Visit the Old New Synagogue and witness the oldest preserved European synagogue. For anyone interested in myths and legends then this place is brimming with it as the story goes that the synagogue is the final resting place of Golem. This isn´t the only synagogue with the Spanish Synagogue displaying truly magnificent architecture and intricate details both inside and out as well as the Pinkas Synagogue housing an eerie memorial to the victims of the Holocaust. Architecture enthusiasts will fall in love with Josefov as other great structures such as the Jewish Town Hall and Klaus Synagogue. Even when you think you have seen it all in Josefov, why not visit the tranquil Old Jewish Cemetery to collect your thoughts on all that you have witnessed. Rent an apartment in Josefov and experience more history that you could ever imagine.
Accommodation in Vinohrady
For a luxurious stay in Prague then you should rent an apartment in Vinohrady, a beautiful residential neighbourhood in the capital. The former vineyard area dates back to the 14th century when King Charles IV planted them to coincide with the creation of the New Town. The zone is perfect for an idyllic walk and a peaceful break in Prague with many parks at your disposal. Why not try Riegrovy Sady which has some great green spots as well as being host to playgrounds for the kids and stunning beer gardens for the parents. If you are looking to get away from the hive of activity that is a city centre then Vinohrady is the place for you.
Prague Apartment in Žižkov
To spend a day in the life of a Prague student or artist then stay in the district of Žižkov. The area was once known as Red Žižkov due to its links with the Communist Party and maintains a rebellious vibe in the present day. This vibrant area is overflowing with galleries, drinking holes and wonderful architecture away from the typical tourist path. One of Prague´s most famous residents is buried in the New Jewish Cemetery; Franz Kafka, whose stories come to life in the darker streets of Žižkov. Alternatively, you can discover the final resting place of a more recent Prague citizen in Olšany Cemetery, the Czech student Jan Palach, deemed a local hero for his protest after the Prague Spring. For an alternative and authentic city break in Prague then visit Žižkov, where you can even try the local dish of stodge.
Apartment in Holešovice
Art and Bargains are on offer if you stay in a Prague apartment in Holešovice; with great galleries and markets the strongpoint of the working class district. Visit Holešovická Tržnice and you won´t leave empty handed as you will be able to shop until your heart´s content. Or alternatively you can head to the Saturday Farmers´ Market and see for yourself why the locals love it so much. Holešovice is also the home to the largest modern art gallery in Prague; Veletržní Palác. Within this grand building you will be able to marvel at great pieces by legendary names such as Van Gogh, Picasso and Renoir. If you are looking for somewhere that combines tourist attractions and authentic sights effortlessly then a Prague short break in Holešovice is ideal.
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Here at Waytostay we will not only offer a wonderful choice of hand-picked apartments throughout the city but also provide support before, during and after your stay. We pride ourselves on our dedicated customer service team who are always happy to help with issues and queries. When a customer indicates a recommendation or a problem with an apartment we will contact the apartment owner and endeavour to find a solution as quickly as possible. Not only this, but we have a multi-lingual team willing to offer any assistance communicating with the owner if they don´t speak your language.
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