Photos and Description of this 3 bedroom holiday apartment in Prague 2 - Vinohrady - Kundera
Named after the famous czech writer, this spacious (115m2) and nicely furnished apartment with a great location only 3 min walk from Wenceslas Square, has 3 independent bedrooms, situated on the 5th floor with elevator.
The apartment Kundera is a calm and spacious apartment in the heart of Prague! It is sunny and multipurpose to fit everyone. First of all, it is located only 4 minutes away from Wenceslas Square and you can easily set out to visit Prague’s attractions and culture from there. This is ideal place for exploring the city to the fullest, without wasting time in public transport or being forced to spend the whole day walking around and returning home at night. Secondly, the Kundera apartment is modern and a pleasant place for relaxation. Therefore it is also suitable for those who like to spend their time relaxing and enjoying the apartment. With a very comfortable living room you can put your feet up and feel at ease after a long day of exploring Prague. The apartment has a well equipped kitchen with everything you need to prepare basic meals (oven, microwave, and toaster). When not in the mood for cooking, you can always visit one of the many restaurants nearby. The apartment is large enough for 7-9 people. Thanks to a pull-out sofa the apartment offers enough comfort for two families or a large group of friends. Last of all, there is high-speed internet connection for those who want to work and stay in touch with friends. The apartment is non-smoking with the option of smoking outside. If you want a better idea of what the apartment looks like, scroll down to view the floor plan.
Jungmannova Street, Prague 1 is located in a quiet part of Nove Mesto built by Charles IV. in 1378. In the past, it belonged to the main arterial road connecting Karlovo Square and the Old Town. Originally it was called Zvonarska “Bell Street” after the bell makers who were settled there. These bell factories disappeared in the late 19th century. The current street name has been employed since 1878, when the statue of Josef Jungmann, a prominent Czech revivalists, linguist, poet and translator, was erected at a nearby square.The famous Baroque sculptor Matthias Bernard Braun used to live at the corner of Jungmannova and Vodickova Street. He authored several statues on the Charles Bridge. The apartment is located between two main Prague squares – Charles and Wenceslav Square. Charles Square is actually one of the largest squares in Europe. The apartment is also very close to public transport: a minute from the tram stop Vodickova and a few minutes from the metro.
- non smoking only
- pets considered