This cozy apartment is situated on the Mozart's street at Prague 5. Next to the house is the Bertramka museum, where the famous composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart moved to finish his well-known opera Don Giovanni. Enjoy this fully equipped apartment!
! The next door house is under construction, so there may be noise during the day. Because of it the price is so low at this time.
Enjoy this fully equipped ground floor apartment located in a very quiet and beautiful place, right next to a large park with a stunning view over the Prague. It is suitable for couples thanks to the romantic atmosphere of the surroundings or individuals that are looking for a quiet place to work.
INTERIOR AND EQUIPMENT
The flat’s size is around 40 m2. There is a fully equipped kitchen with microwave oven, cooker, toaster, kettle and spacious fridge with a freezer. The kitchen is joined with the dining room and a work desk. There is a separate hallway with bathroom with toilet and a shower. There is of course shampoo, shower gel, towels and blow-dryer. Then there is the living room, with studio couch bed 140x200cm and a double bed 160x200cm separated by curtains. My apartment is suitable for 3 adults, however 2 adults and 2 children pay the same price. In the living room there is a wide-screen TV and radio. View from the flat is to the backyard, where you can smoke or relax. There is also a WIFI connection. I also lease MOZART’S POP ART BASEMENT FLAT in the same building, which accommodates 6 people. That means if you rent both these flats, you can come in a group of up to 10 people.
ARRIVAL FROM THE AIRPORT
It is very easy to use public transport for getting from the airport to the Andel station. Either you can take a bus 191 straight from the airport to Andel, which takes about 40 mins. Or you can go to Zlicin by bus nr. 100 and then change to the metro – line B and go to Andel, which takes around 36 mins. If you arrived late at night, you can use bus nr. 510 to Svandovo divadlo and change to tram nr. 58 to Andel, that takes about 45 mins.
You will need a ticket for this journey with a value of 32 CZK, which lasts an hour and a half. It is a bit more than one euro usually, public transport in Prague is really cheap.
Общение с гостями
My daughter lives in the same house, so you can speak to her if there was anything you needed to know during your stay.
Другие важные подробности
There is a corner shop 2 minutes away with basic groceries and toiletries. Huge shopping store „Novy Smichov“ is about 5 mins away with shops like TESCO and various grocery an clothing stores. Right next to the metro station there is a favourite shop and bistro „Delmart“, which specializes mainly on high quality Czech products. On „Stefanikova“ street there is a bakery and butchers. There are excellent candy shops on „Lidicka“ street.
Every Saturday there is a farmer‘s market on the banks of „Vltava“ river. You can buy fresh fruits, vegetables, meat, fish and eggs etc. From Czech farmers, or just have a coffee and some snack with a view over the river and Prague castle. Market is opened from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. You can walk there or use a tram from Andel to „Palackeho namesti“, it is two stops away. From April there is a farmer’s market also at Andel right next to metro, it is a bit smaller than the market on the riverbank. Opening times are every Friday morning till late afternoon.
RESTAURANTS AND BARS
„Smichov“, the area, where you will be living is known for its beer. It is home to the „Staropramen“ brewery, which means you can find it in lots of local bars, together with other beer brands as well of course. I recommend „Prostor“ restaurant, with central-european cuisine and „Staropramen“ beer. „Potrefena husa“ is another favourite Czech restaurant. In „Zlaty klas“ you can try typical bohemian dishes and „Pilsner Urquell“ beer. Beer enthusiasts will definitely appreciate „Bernard pub“, where you can taste several types of their beer and also have a good meal. You can try „Kozel“ beer in „Kozlovna Lidicka“ restaurant.
If you are not a fan of beer and Czech cuisine. You can visit italian pizzeria „Ristorante Corleone“ or italian restaurant „Pizza Coloseum“. If you fancy french cuisine I reccomend „Le Camille“ bistro with their delicious homemade pasta. For japanese, visit „Planet sushi“ restaurant, „Sushitime“ or „Kobe“. You can also have delicious sushi on the top floor of „Novy Smichov“ shopping centre, where it costs around 400 CZK to eat all you can. For delicious healthy salads, burgers and sandwiches try bistro „Delmart“. And they have really good burgers in „Le Burger“.
If you want to go for a drink and dance, I recommend friday or saturday, those are the liveliest nights. Bar „Blazinec“ and „Pekelnej bar“ are nearby. However, higher density of clubs is around „Mustek“, „Narodni trida“, „Namesti republiky“ and „Staromestska“ metro stations.
I also rent one more flat in the same house, which is for 6 people, so there could be 10 people all together.
Also suitable for business people, because it is located in one of the main business areas in Prague and there is a possibility to book conference room right next to the flat.
Smoking and pets are not allowed in the apartment.
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