Photos and Description of this 2 bedroom holiday apartment in Prague 7 - Letna & Holesovice - Moldau
Bright apartment, close to Vltava river, in central Prague, 10 min walk from Old Town Square. It is situated 2 min by walk from apartments KLIMT and SMETANA, which can be practical for groups. Park close by, quiet district.
Moldau is a calm, pleasant and affordable apartment in the heart of Prague. It is situated near the Vltava River, 20 minutes away from Charles Bridge or the Old Town Square. The apartment is very cozy and comfortable enough for 3 to 5 people. It is one of our most affordable apartments. There is a kitchen which is not very big but is well-equipped with everything essential (coffee maker, microwave, toaster etc.) Moldau is located two minutes away from Klimt and Smetana, which makes it an interesting choice for bigger groups. Thanks to this apartment, you can fully enjoy every bit of Prague. As all our other apartments, Moldau has high-speed internet connection, great for work or just keeping in touch. The apartment is non-smoking. If you want a better look at Moldau, scroll down to view the “floor plan”.
The street was named after a former health insurance company in the 20.century. Nowadays there is a faculty health center. The street was founded in 1928 when it connected Klimentska Steet and the waterfront Ludvika Svobody. During the occupation the street was renamed “Wettenglova” after a burgher family who lived in Prague in the 16th and 17th century. From the 1945 the street took on its previous name. On your way to metro Florenc, you can notice Saint Peter’s Church. This church was built in the 12th century as a roman bazilika, but as the years went on it was renovated in a gothic style. It has been said that there was a rich greedy civilian man buried in the cemetery, who ignored his relatives on purpose so he would not have to share his wealth with them, he even slept in a cheap coffin instead of a bed. After his death his relatives searched for his belongings but never found anything. One day a poor parish clerk saw a gold light near the grave. He then dug the coffin up with his son and found money and jewelry under the man’s pillow; he then divided the property between the poor.
- non smoking only
- pets considered