Photos and Description of this 2 bedroom holiday apartment in Old Town - Rudolfinum
Nicely furnished 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".
Rudolfinum, is modern and sunny apartment with a unique location in the historical center of Prague. The apartment provides enough comfort for 2 to 3 people and is ideal for a family or a couple. There is a well-equipped kitchen, with everything needed for preparing simple meals (coffee maker, microwave, toaster ect.) For those who like to stay in touch with friends or need to work during their holiday, there is high-speed internet connection. Rudolfinum is non-smoking. To get a better idea of what the apartment looks like, scroll down to view the floor plan. Rudolfinum can be an interesting choice for bigger groups since it is located in the same building as the Kaprova apartment. Kaprova is big enough for up to 5 people. Among other things, this apartment is a great location. It is situated literally around the corner from The Old Town Square, The Charles University buildings and a few moments away from the concert hall Rudolfinum. You are simply going to be in the middle of everything! All the important places linked to culture and entertainment are easily accessible by foot. Thanks to its strategic location, Rudolfinum is a practical choice for a few stops during the day, so that you can relax and gather your strengths for shopping, sight-seeing or just exploring Prague. In the evening, you can dine in one of the many restaurants nearby and then continue to some of the numerous bars and clubs which are all walking distance away from the apartment.
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