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Recent Prague reviews

  • Beautiful Apartment, Great Location

    "This is a beautiful, clean apartment located in a very convenient location. It is very close to the subway/tram and a short walk to Charles Bridge. Across the street there's a lovely walled garden with peacocks and fruit trees. I'm a solo traveler and I felt safe and secure at all times. It really couldn't have been better. Having stayed in other apartments in the Czech Republic I can truly say this is one of the best you'll find. In addition, Robin and Lucie were great to deal with, including graciously dealing with my unexpectedly having to reschedule my trip."
    Guest: PJ K. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 20, 2014
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  • Very pleased

    "Having a clean, safe and comfortable place to return to after a day of sightseeing and discovery in a foreign city is so reassuring. This apartment just does that - it is just as described: modern, clean, very safe and comfortable. The only (and truly only) improvements I would suggest are: providing a toaster and new towels. Also, this is the first time in years of renting apartments through VRBO, that payment IN FULL is expected before arrival. Normally, arrival and inspection of facilities is followed by balance of payment, but this is not so here. However, I would not let this be a deterrent because my husband and I were very pleased with the apartment, and would not hesitate to recommend it to others visiting the jewel that is Prague."
    Guest: sylvia88 Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: October 4, 2014
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  • Loved it and would stay again

    "We were met at the front door and given a great explanation about the door/locks, local area, parking etc. She even helped us find a secure parking garage for our minivan and haggled with the guy when A: he said nothing was available and B: told us the initial price. Great location (near public transportation) despite being near a main train station (we never heard a thing). Security and cleanliness were our major concerns (we have small kids) and we never saw or heard anything suspicious."
    Guest: Dean J. Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: September 21, 2014
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  • Terrific Prague Apartment

    "Our family of 5 (2 adults, 3 children) stayed here recently. Andrea is a wonderful landlord who arranged airpiort transit for us, traded out her WIFI router to get better service, and provided helpful restaurant recommendations. Travel to the Old Town and other areas was as easy as she describes using the local tram, and the walk to the Castle and Monastery was easy. We especially liked frequenting the local wine bar across the street and the Na Marjance restaurant around the corner."
    Guest: Jonathan and Family Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 29, 2014
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Prague Travel Tips

Over 1,100 Years of History at Prague Vacation Rentals

Prague is accessible from Prague International airport which is approximately a 30-minute drive from the city. It is the largest city of the Czech Republic and has been the capital for over 1,100 years. From 1992, the historic center has been dedicated as a World Heritage Site. It is a riverfront city, sitting on the Vltava River in the region of central Bohemia. With a humid continental climate, the city has warm summers and cold winters. Exploring the city around Prague vacation rentals is easy by the public transport system of metros, buses and trams. The most convenient way is to buy a tourist pass which is valid on all public transport, as many times as required for the time period of the pass. The metro system is safe, clean and easy to access.

Prague is one of Europe’s Most Charming Cities

Prague is one of the few European cities that survived both World Wars relatively unscathed. Its historic buildings are still littered with beautiful murals. Dating from the 13th century, the oldest area is Old Town. Here, visitors will enjoy strolling through the Old Town square, enjoying the live music. There are several interesting museums, including the museum of Czech Cubism and that of Decorative Arts. Here, visitors can find Josefov, the old Jewish quarter located between the Old Town Square and the river. There is a fascinating museum with an excellent collection of Jewish art, silver and textiles. While here, take time to appreciate the astronomical clock which is mounted on the south wall of the Old Town Hall in the square. One feature of the clock is the "Walk of the Apostles" which is the movement of 12 figures passing across the windows every hour.

The next area to explore may be New Town, where the buildings date from the 19th and 20th centuries. Much of the surrounding areas were raised to the ground during a fire in 1875 but the street layout remains. Here, visitors can find great nightlife with restaurants, bars and nightclubs in and around Wenceslas Square. Also here is Lucerna Palace, with theaters, clubs, and restaurants. Visitors should not miss a visit to the National Museum; dating from 1818, the museum houses over 14 million items covering natural history, art and music. The other museum is the Prague City Museum, where artifacts date back from prehistoric times; there is a fascinating model of the city in it. While here, enjoy a stroll across the 12th-century Charles Bridge. The final area to discover is the Western Bank where the Lesser Town, or Mala Strana, is found. This is one of the city’s oldest areas on the banks of the river, just below the Prague Castle. There is a fascinating recent addition to the centuries of history at the Lennon Wall; a tribute to John Lennon after his death in 1980. Around the square, there is a wealth of beautiful palaces, as well as a working monastery at Hradcany Square. Also here is Prague Castle itself. This is the oldest castle in the world, erected in the 9th century.

Explore Outside the City for Even More Beauty

Just beyond the city center is a variety of interesting day trips within easy distance of Prague apartments. Visit the vineyard at Vinohrady, the "Castle on the heights" at Vysehrad, and the Petrinska Rozhledna, a steel-framed tower similar to the Eiffel Tower in Paris.

Ancient Buildings With all the Modern Conveniences

Prague holiday rentals come in a wide variety of options, from large spacious penthouses with stunning views across the city to small cozy studios, ideal for couples. Some have rooftop patios to enjoy the incredible beauty of this ancient city. Many are within a short walk of the excellent nightlife or slightly further out for a more peaceful setting. All come with everything required for an ideal home base and many come with extras such as TV with cable or satellite, free wireless internet, entertainment systems and everything owners can think of to ensure their visitors make the most of their vacations.

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