Photos and Description of this 2 bedroom holiday apartment in Old Town - Kaprova
Bright and calm apartment in the very heart of Prague, 1 minute walk from Old Town Square and 7 min from Charles Bridge. With Charles University and Rudolfinum Concert hall "next door" .
Kaprova is a light and sunny apartment well-situated in the very center of Prague. Its proximity and pleasant surroundings makes Kaprova one of the most popular apartments. It is walking distance from all the important places which are linked to both culture and entertainment, including the Old Town Square and the amazing concert hall called Rudolfinum. Because of its great location Kaprova makes it very easy to take a few breaks during the day, from all the site-seeing, as well as quick stops at delicious restaurants and the many bars that the Old Town offers. For those who prefer to stay in, the apartment offers a well-equipped kitchen for preparing breakfast or other basic meals; this includes a coffee maker, microwave, toaster etc. The apartment has one bedroom with a pull-out sofa in the living room, ideal for 5 guests. Kaprova is a flawless choice for groups, since it is right next to another of our apartments ‘Rudolfinum’ with a maximum of 3 guests. For a better idea of what the apartment looks like scroll down for a view of the floor plan. As all our other apartments, Kaprova also has a high-speed internet connection and is non- smoking, but there is the option of smoking on the balcony.
Kaprova Street, originally named Svatovalentinská Street, is one of the oldest streets in Prague and used to be connected to the Old Town Square. The street acquired its present name from the mayor of the Old Town, Pavel Kapr from Kaprštejna, in the second half of the 16th century. The Kaprova apartment is only a few steps away from one of Prague's most famous attractions, The Astronomical Clock, located in the Old Town Square. This unique astronomical clock was built in 1410 by a watchmaker called Mikoláš of Kadan and an astronomer called Jan Ondreju. In the late 15th century the clock was perfected by Mistr Hanus z Ruze. At that time, the Prague councilors were very proud of their original landmark and feared that Mistr Hanus would build the same clock in a different city, therefore they ordered Hanus to be blinded. When Hanus learned who did this to him, he had his assistant bring him to the City Hall, where he, pulled the lever and damaged the machine forever. Allegedly it took ages before they found someone who could repair it. Meanwhile the silence of the clock reminded the councilors of their horrible deed. An interesting fact about the clock is that the only part which has nothing to do with time are the apostles, they are there for religious reasons.
- non smoking only
- pets considered