You’ll particularly enjoy staying here if you plan to discover Prague’s old town. The spacious and comfortable interior will be extra inviting after you’ve sampled the local bars. And the interior is great just to be in. If you’re coming with a larger group of people, there are a few other apartments on offer in the same building.
Good King Wenceslas may have looked out onto a field of snow, but these days his namesake square in the ‘New Town’ boasts the National Museum, grand hotels, shops, cafes and bags of mid-town buzz. After clueing up on the Czech culture at the National Museum and Museum of Communism and viewing the district’s trove of gorgeous churches, make you way the river to see the Dancing House, an extraordinary ‘twisted’ building by architect Frank Gehry. Who said Prague was a stickler for tradition?