Photos and Description of this 2 bedroom holiday apartment in Mala Strana - Hradcany - lili
Cosy apartment, only 2 minutes walk from Charles Bridge and even less from Old Town Square. Located in Prague 1 – Stare Mesto. You will be in the heart of Prague and have to best location to be able to walk to the best places for culture or parties!
Lili is a colorful and spacious apartment located in the heart of Prague! You can enjoy Prague’s magical atmosphere right from the beginning with Lili’s high ceiling, large historical doors and a view from the window of a small street in the Old Town. Lili is large enough for up to 7 people and offers a well-equipped kitchen with everything needed to prepare breakfast and other basic meals. As all our other apartments, Lili has high-speed internet connection for working or planning your next trip through Prague. Lili is non-smoking. If you want to get a better look at the apartment, scroll down to view the floor plan. For those who have a bit of a sweet tooth, there is a Choco Cafe U Cervene zidle right across the street. The Cafe offers a huge variety of hot chocolates as well as cakes and brusketas, ideal for a light dinner. Lili has a fantastic location for exploring Prague since it is only 2 minutes away from Charles Bridge and 5 minutes away from the Old Town Square in a labyrinth of streets in the historical center. There are also some of the best restaurants and bars in Prague only a few minutes walking distance away.
Liliova Street is one of the oldest streets in Prague. The back wall of the former monastery and the Saint Anna Church from the 14th century can be found there. Originally there was a Saint Vavrinec’s rotunda from the 12th century which was later destroyed and replaced by a commendam. After the end of the monastic order, the courtyard was bought by the knights of Saint John and a year later it was bought by Dominicans from the Saint Anna’s monastery. The temple has gothic elements and monumental compositions on the walls as well as being the place of burial of Vaclav Hajek z Libocan, the author of the Czech Chronicle. Liliova Street is thought to be linked with a headless templar who can be seen on a white horse. Apparently, he fell in love with a beautiful girl who walked past the church wall every day. Before he could decide if he should priorities God or run away with his love, the girl matured and married somebody else. The templar went crazy and was beheaded for his mad behavior. The only way you can free him is to stop the horse and stab the rider with a sword.
- non smoking only
- pets considered