Perfect Place to Stay in Prague

The apartment is in the yellow building

The apartment is in the yellow building

We walk through the outdoor terrace of Konirna to get to the apartment stairs

We walk through the outdoor terrace of Konirna to get to the apartment stairs

Charles Bridge Apartments

The office for these apartments (on Cilhelna 3) and the various apartments are in separate places in Lesser Town (or Mala Strana), close to the famous Charles Bridge on the Castle side of the Vlatava River. The office and the apartments are hard to find at first, on the narrow, winding streets, not all well marked, and we were glad we had our driver and his GPS! But, once we got there, the lady at Reception was very friendly and helpful (open 10-6) and gave out a very good city map.

Our apartment was on Maltezske namesti 10, just above the Konirna Restaurant. It was one flight up, so stairs were not a problem. The small square it’s on and the area around are mostly pretty quiet—a huge plus after the noisy Krakow apartment!

Panorama shot of the large lounge/bedroom

Panorama shot of the large lounge/bedroom

View from our window---lovely!

View from our window—lovely!

We found this through Booking.com and it was a great find. It was a very good price for our huge apartment—an enormous double bedroom/lounge, and the kitchen-dining area with another double bed. There’s a separate bathroom (with a washer) and a separate toilet. The kitchen has stove, microwave, kettle, coffee maker, toaster, dishwasher, plus plates, mugs, pots and pans, cutlery, so you could easily cook there. We did one night and it was fine—the only problem is that you need to buy basics like olive oil, which you probably don’t finish and can’t really carry to the next place.

Great, and we would definitely return if we were ever in Prague again. It was comfortable, easy to get around from there, and really felt like our temporary “home”.

www.Charles-Bridge-Apartments.com

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About viviennemackie

Avid traveler, travel writer and photographer. In an earlier life I was a psychologist, but now am an ESL teacher. Very interested in multiculturalism, and how travel can expand one's horizons, understanding and tolerance.
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