National Theater Apartment
Cosy apartment in the heart of Prague that can fit easily 4 people. It will be a perfect place for your holiday. The apartment has everything one needs and a great view on classic red tile roofs and historical brewery. The neighbourhood is full of pleasant restaurants, bars and cafés. In 3 mins you can find supermarket, tram and metro. You will reach National Theatre, Charles Bridge, Old Town Square in a few mins. Come and see for yourself.
Pstrossova 16, Prague 1
The apartment is fully furnished and equipped located on the 2nd floor with an elevator. You can find all necessary utilities to cook for yourself in the kitchen. Bathroom is stylish with toilet, shower and washbasin. Next to the kitchen you can walk in a small room used as a dinning room. If you walk a little bit more you will be in the living room with an elevated bedroom (with queen sized bed and chest of drawers) as you can see in the photos. The living room is comfortable place with TV and small bookcase - you can find guidebooks, maps, trip tips and few novels there - and pull out sofa. Free Wi-Fi.
he apartment is located in historical UNESCO protected part of Prague. The building is in the street where all buildings have historical charm. The street leads directly to the National Theater and well-known cafe Slavia where you can get a breakfast in an unique atmosphere. Other major sights such as Old Town Square, Wenceslas Square, Charles Bridge are all in walking distance - about 10 to 15 minute walk. There is no need to use any transportation to get around. All of the beautiful monuments of Prague are within walking distance.
The nearest metro station is “Narodni trida” on B (or yellow) line.
Tram stops nearby (2 minutes max) are: Myslikova, Narodni divadlo - fast way to get to the Prague castle, Lazarska - central interchange point of all night trams.
Unfortunately it is not possible to park in the streets as the city centre is very restricted with parking options. The nearest parking garage is just 2 minutes away, under the National Theater.