Photos and Description of this 2 bedroom holiday apartment in Prague 7 - Letna & Holesovice - Klimt
This bright and spacious apartment is situated in a calm district of Prague 1 Nove Mesto, 10 min walk from Old Town Square and Charles Bridge, with a view on the Vltava river and a small park close by.
Klimt is a very calm and sunny apartment located in the heart of Prague. It is comfortable and big enough for 4 to 7 people. If you are travelling in bigger groups Klimt would be a practical option since it is located in the same building as Smetana. Smetana is an apartment big enough for up to 7 people. This way you will avoid arranging meeting times and looking for friends and family in a crowd of tourists. Klimt has a well equipped kitchen with everything needed (coffee maker, microwave, toaster etc.) to prepare breakfast or dinner after a tiring day of discovering the city. As all our other apartments, Klimt has high-speed internet connection and is non-smoking apartment. If you want to get a better idea of the apartment scroll down to view the floor plan. The apartment is strategically placed within 40 minutes of any historical sight, ensuring that you can get anywhere by foot, for example it is only 20 minutes away from Charles Bridge and the Old Town Square . On top of that, the apartment has a beautiful view of the banks of Vltava River and Prague’s first hydroelectric power station. Klimt is located in Klimentska Street. This street is named after Saint Kliment’s Church which used to be a parish church in the settlement of Porici. In the 13th order. Then in the 14th Czechoslovakian Evangelical church. There used to be a road which lead from the ford of the Stvanice island to what we know as Dlouha Trida. Even though the houses along the road do not exist anymore, their former names are linked to the Vltava River, for example “ Rybarsky dum” “The Fisherman’s House”. The island Stvanice used to be and still is an important part of Prague. Nowadays the island is used mostly for recreation and sport activities, but in the past it was where all the Prague’s executioners lived. Since their craft was thought of as unclean and sometimes unjust, they were forced to live outside of the city. Thanks to their profession, the executioners understood the human body very well and many century the church started looking more gothic and became a part of the Prague’s residents came for their advice. One time, an executioner saved a dying boy’s life. He stopped the evil prophecy and cured him.
- non smoking only
- pets considered