Cheap Prague accommodation in very nice and centrally located Praha holiday apartments
If you are looking for cheap accommodation in a nice apartment in Prague , you have definitely come to the right place! Prices start at 14.25 Euro per day per person!
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We specialize only in accommodation in Prague – we live here – and we know almost everything interesting about the city. We can help you with transfers from and to the airport or railway station , and we can also provide a garage for your car if you need one. We can even set you up with your own private tour guide – or arrange for you to take part in readymade tours by one of the most serious tour providers. So we are actually a lot more than just cheap Prague accommodation.
Just tell us what you need, and we’ll do our very best to make your stay in Prague as comfortable and memorable as possible!
Why choose an apartment as your Prague accommodation?
There are several reasons why you should consider looking for an apartment instead of a hotel, when you book your Prague Accommodation:
It is usually a lot cheaper
You ll find that the extra space around you makes it easier to relax, when you have been out exploring the many sights in the beautiful city. If you choose an apartment with a separate living room you group will have a cozy and homely place to hang out together.
In an apartment you have more privacy and the choice of location is usually more flexible
You have the advantages of having a kitchen with a fridge, kettle etc. You can take a break when you want and keep your drinks cold. If you want, you can even cook
Go ahead! Check our nice apartments – and you can either fill out the booking form, send an e-mail or give us a call. We speak perfect English, of course. Just one more reason to choose Praha Expert as your favourite place to look for Prague accommodation!
Prague is probably the most beautiful and romantic city in Central Europe. Once you are here you can t avoid feeling the unique atmosphere in the idyllic, medieval streets surrounded by wonderful architecture from centuries. Quite often we hear our guests say that they find Prague more charming and enjoyable than even Paris!
And there are also plenty of sights to see and enjoy in and outside of Prague. Here we’ll mention a few – you need to come to Prague and enjoy these and all the rest:
Charles Bridge – founded in 1357. This beautiful Gothic bridge exudes its own special atmosphere at all times of day and is one of the most important sights in Prague. It almost makes sense to say that if you haven’t been on the Charles Bridge, you haven’t been to Prague at all! And if you remember to touch the right statue it is very possible that you’ll return
Prague Castle – Prazsky hrad
Europe s largest palace complex thrones on a hill and is visible from many places in the city. The area is dominated by the impressive St. Vitus Cathedral, but there is so much more to see and experience at Prague Castle.
Staromestske Namesti – The Old Town Square
Staromestske Namesti – The Old Hall Square. There is so much to look at here. It is certainly one of Prague s main tourist sites. You should, among other things, dwell on the astronomical clock Orloj , built under Master Hanus in the 1490’ies
Josefov – the Jewish ghetto
Josefov was a closed ghetto for more than 350 years. The Jews were given the same rights as every other citizen only in the 1780’ies, and after that a lot of jews moved to better parts of the city. In Josefov you’ll find the oldest synagogue in Europe, the Old-New Synagogue, built between 1270-80, and also the mysterious cemetery, which is believed to have graves in up to 12 layers.
All the way through Prague s center you ll see the beautiful river Vltava – or Moldau in German . The River Vltava gives the city life both spiritually and practically. Since 920 a free highway on water it is honoured and celebrated as the girdle of Prague, the beautiful . Even today the view of the town from the deck of a boat has its magic. — V. Dudak
A pleasant relaxing way to see Prague from a different prospective is on a River Boat Tour, especially during the evening, when the city s many beautiful buildings are lit – with us with a simple buffet and a well informed guide.
The history of the Karlstejn castle south of Prague stretches back to 1348 when Charles the Fourth , Bohemian King and Holy Roman Emperor, along with Archbishop Arnost of Pardubice laid down the foundation stone for Karlstejn. It is the largest castle in the country , only surpassed by the Prague C astle. Karlstejn was built as a place to keep the royal treasures, including the c rown jewels of the Holy Roman Empire.
Terezin – Theresienstadt
During the Second World War the two old fortresses of Terezin ( Theresienstadt in German) was turned into a Jewish ghetto and concentration camp . More than 1 5 0,000 Jews went through the camp. Some of them died there, but even more were sent to specialized extermination camps in Poland and Germany. The Gestapo prison, in the small est of the military fortress es , had more than 32,000 interned during the war. Theresienstadt is the city s German name, in Czech called the Terezin. At the end of the war there were 17,247 survivors. It was liberated on May 9th, 1945 by the Soviet Army. An exhibition nowadays reminds of the history of Terezín as internment camp for Germans
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