Prague 5 - Smichov Apartment Rental Photos and Description
Lovely furniture, 1 bedroom, complete kitchen, TV, Internet, spotless
Lovely apartment in trendy down- town of Prague
Trendy & lively quarter next to Prague Castle and Old Town. Visit W.A. Mozart house around the corner. You will have Charles Bridge, Jewish Town and Old Town Square all in walking distance.
Enjoy the famous Czech Pilsner Urquel beer or a glass of French wine in a riverside restaurant with outdoor sitting. Listen to live jazz in an Art Deco bar or to a classical concert in one of the beautiful churches.
Most excellent transport connection with Metro (underground) and trams and buses 1 minute (70 metres) walking distance. You can explore all the marvellous places in Prague without hassle.
Contemporary design 1-bedroom apartment featuring sunny living room and bedroom with modern furniture. Comfortable bathroom with bath tub, power shower. Fully equipped kitchen (fridge/freezer, dishwasher etc).
Oak floors, good storage, video entry system, SAT TV and high speed internet access. Secure underground parking slot. 24-hours concie
Karlstejn Castle: Karlstejn Castle is perhaps the most well known castle in the Czech Republic. Karlstejn is located among winding hills approximately 30 miles from Prague. The castle was founded in 1348 by the Czech King and Roman Emperor Charles IV, after whom Charles Bridge in Prague is named. The castle, built in high gothic style, was intended as a royal treasury to safeguard both the crown jewels and King's extensive collection of holy relics.
Surrrounded by peaceful forests, Konopiste castle has a rich and varied architectural history. Bishop Thomas of Benesov founded the castle sometime near the end of the 13th century. The original castle was built as a fortress exhibiting the style of the French citadels. Later, in the hands of various owners, the residence took on the characteristics of both Baroque and Renaissance styles. The final private owner of the estate was Archduke Franz Ferdinand , who owned the castle until his death at start of World War I. The famous Trophy Hall is a testament
Kutna Hora; Cesky Krumlov: The earliest record of silver mining in Kutna Hora dates back to the 13th century. At that time the 'silver rush' began and the settlement of Kutna Hora grew rapidly. The first written reference to the town is from 1289. In the 1305, the Czech Mint was located in Kutna Hora. Today, this UNESCO listed city, preserves the atmosphere of its rich past with, historic buildings, narrow streets and many reconstruction and restoration projects. Popular sites include The Silver Mine Museum, St. Barbara's Cathedral, and The Stone Fountain in the historic town square
Cesky Krumlov, a historic town in southern Bohemia , is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There are three hundred buildings in the historic center that enjoy protected status. The castle complex here is the second largest in the Czech Republic. Because the town is situated at the junction of the trade routes to Austria, Bavaria, and Northern Italy, it has always been a very cultural city which is evidenced by the architecture one find
Terezin: Terezin was originally a military garrison and fortress built in the18th century by French engineers. During World War II the Nazis used Terezin as an internment camp and prison of the Prague Gestapo. Thousands of prisoners were transported from Terezin to their death at concentration camps throughout the German Reich. Several museums in the city preserve the history of suffering during WW II. Exhibitions include The Small Fortress, The Magdeburg Barracks, The Crematorium, The Ceremonial Halls, Columbarium and The Central Morgue
- non smoking only
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- children welcome