Photos and Description of this 3 bedroom holiday apartment in Mala Strana - Hradcany - klara
Bright duplex in a calm street in the very heart of Old Town, just 4 minutes walk from Charles Bridge and even closer to Old Town Square .
KLARA is a spacious and luminous duplex in a heart of Prague Old Town. It is situated in the calm street, under the roof of a historical building with wooden ceilings creating warm and welcoming atmosphere. KLARA has a well-equipped kitchen where you can find everything necessary (microwave, toaster, to prepare your breakfast or simple meals. For those who want to work or keep in touch with family or friends, high-speed wireless internet connection is also provided. KLARA is a non-smoking apartment. To have an idea about its disposition, we advise you to have a look at the floorplan of the apartment (according to our website, the floorplan is usually under the description or among the pictures). KLARA is able to accommodate up to 7 people and thus represents a wise choice for group of friends or several families who want to visit Prague, considering its central location next to National Theatre and 10 minutes walk from Old Town Square. In few minutes, you can reach the best places for cultural enrichment or just spending a quality time out.
Few centuries ago, the house used to be an Inn. In the courtyard, you can even see the pillars with rings where horses used to be attached. These days, this courtyard has become a agreedable terrace where is a pleasure to have a drink or lunch between friends - the restaurant is great and it is worth mentionning you are staying with RENTeGO - you will have a discount.
Karolíny Svetlé street used to make part of a route connecting Vyšehrad with the ford of Prague. Originally, its name was Svatoštepánská - Saint Stephen street - named after the chuch of Saint Stephen which used to make part of walls of the castle constructed in XIII. century. The only parts of these walls remaining conserved can be found at the courtyard of the police office at Bartolomejská street. At the corner of Konviktská street, you can spot the oldest of three rotundas of the city - rotunda of Svatého Kríže Menšího dated in the end of XI. century. We say that its surroundings were haunted by a hairy monster with long hair chasing especially young girls of bad reputation, particulary those who were frequent visitos of the neighbor pub U Jezuru. The monster was waiting for these poor women in the dark nooks of the rotunda, then jumped on their back and choke monster surely wanted to punish them for their sins. Luckily, any of our clients haven’t meet him yet :)
- non smoking only
- smoking allowed
- pets considered