Apartments in Prague – Affordable Accommodation
Prague is a fairytale destination set against a backdrop of Gothic church spires, old medieval squares, and intricate architecture. Throughout the flurry of winding streets, new worlds open up around every corner. Worlds that come in all different shapes and sizes, from cosy, contemporary art galleries, to high-end designer shops, to underground, low-lit bars. The urban sprawl of the city has rocketed in popularity over the past years, famed for its dedication to producing the perfect beer, its eclectic mix of old and new, and its postcard-perfect horizon. Food lovers will slip right on into the groove in Prague, where there is a dishy array of trendy cafes, nouveau restaurants, and futuristic clubs. Start exploring the many sides of the city with one of our apartments in Prague. We have a range of affordable studios and boutique flats throughout the city, providing you with the perfect place to stay.
Castles and Cute Alleyways - Things to do in Prague
- Charles Bridge – Built between the 14th and 16th Centuries, this wide, iconic bridge crosses the Vltava River, casting a recognisable scene across the city.
- Old Town Square – Framed by jutting Gothic spires and often the setting for outdoor concerts and markets, this square sits snugly in the Old Town quarter of the city.
- Prague Astronomical Clock – Located in the Old Town Square, this colourful, whimsical clock dates back to medieval times and is the centrepiece of Prague.
- St. Vitus Cathedral – A metropolitan cathedral with spiky spires and intricate carvings. It’s the seat of the Archbishop of Prague.
- Municipal House – This grand, civic building hosts a popular concert venue, Smetana Hall, and is located in the centre of Prague.
- Petrin – Rising up alongside the Vltava River, Petrin hill boasts a flurry of lush greenery at odds with the muted tones of the city’s architecture. It’s a hotspot for locals, who head there to soak up the sun and enjoy picnics with friends and family.
- Prague Castle – Sitting atop a hill, this watchful fortress is the official residence of the President of the Czech Republic.
- Vysehrad – Dating back to the 10th Century, this historical castle complex is nestled on a hill overlooking the Vltava River.
- Church of Our Lady before Tyn – This iconic, Gothic church is one of the most recognisable scenes in the city, featuring impressive spires that date back to the 14th Century.
- Josefov – At one point in time, this rustic neighbourhood was the Jewish ghetto of Prague. Today, it boasts a collection of museums and galleries, as well as a handful of quirky cafes and eateries.
- Spanish Synagogue – Erected back in 1868, this Moorish building was designed by Vojtech Ignatz Ullmann.
- Prague National Theatre – An impressive, grand building that is considered the alma mater of Czech opera. It features a rich selection of shows and performances throughout the year.
- Prague National Gallery – Set inside a modern, glass-fronted building, this gallery boasts the largest collection of art in the entire country.
- Prague Estates Theatre – Featuring an unusual interior, with a rich design style, this historic theatre opens its doors to opera and performance enthusiasts.
- Kampa Island – Set in the middle of the Vltava River, this small island is characterised by a network of waterways and a hodgepodge collection of houses.
- Dancing House – Designed by Frank Gehry, this eye-catching, whimsical building was built in 1996 and proves to be a popular landmark in Prague.
- National Museum, Prague – Opened back in 1818 by Kaspar Maria Sternberg, the city’s national museum houses collections of scientific and historical importance.
Explore all of these hotspots and more from our Prague apartments which are all centrally located, placing you in the middle of all the action.
The Picturesque Neighbourhoods of Prague
Prague is made up of a handful of neighbourhoods, each one bringing their own characteristics and history to the table. In the heart of the city there’s Stare Mesto, or the ‘Old Town’, which boasts a flurry of medieval architecture, sprawling squares, and some of the city’s most iconic landmarks. Just off the Old Town Square you’ll find yourself in Mala Strana, or the ‘Little Quarter’, which is a swirling mass of cobbled streets, Baroque churches, manicured gardens, and modern art.
Then there’s Nove Mesto, the ‘New Town’, which was founded in the 14th Century and features a backdrop of 19th and 10th Century buildings. Heading out further, there are the Bubenec and Dejvice districts, both residential with grand, opulent houses, which lead into Holesovice, which harbours a number of trendy galleries and clubs. Even further away from the Old Town, you’ll find Vinohrady and Vrsovice, two more residential areas that also boast a collection of design-led bars and cafes. If you’re a beer-lover then a trip to Zizkov might be in order. It’s one of the liveliest parts of Prague and has more bars per capita than anywhere else in the city.
We have a range of Prague apartments in every neighbourhood, so you can find the right place to stay for your trip.
Unusual Sculptures and Impressive Architecture – Art in Prague
It might not have any world famous museums, but Prague is a melting pot of artistic styles. Known in recent years for being a major contributor to the modern art world, it boasts a number of top-notch contemporary galleries peppered throughout the city.
But it’s not just modern art that Prague specialises in. In fact, you can find pretty much any kind of art on the streets of the city. Whether you’re a lover of surrealist art, 20th century greats in the realms of cubism and constructivism, or whether you’re more of a realism art lover, there’s a museum, gallery, and collection for you in Prague.
Outside, there’s also a great art scene waiting to be discovered. Many of the narrow laneways in the Old Town are adorned with colourful street art, whilst the unusual sculptures of David Cerny are dotted around parks and public spaces. And, if that isn’t enough, you just have to wander through the streets to see the wealth of incredible architecture that the city is famed for – from Baroque and medieval offerings, to elegant Gothic buildings and futuristic visions.