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Central Bohemia and Prague

Holiday (self-catering) apartments in Prague, discover one of the oldest cities in Europe

The Golden City, the City of Hundred Towers and Spires, Mother of Cities are just some of the names of this fairytale city on the Moldau river. The cottages in Prague are the best starting point to discover the city. As one of Europes oldest cities, Prague has many historical buildings, charming squares and impressive churches and fortresses. The historical city centre was duly designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1993.

Prague is a true cultural city. Nowhere in the world will you find this amount of concert halls, Baroque buildings, natural beauty, entertainment, and leisure in one city! A visit to Prague will not be complete without seeing the most famous cultural treasure of the Czech Republic, the Czech fortress of Karlstejn. This fortress in actually a building complex, which was started in the 9th century. Here, you will find the Knights Hall, the parliament buildings, the basilica of St George and the St Vitus cathedral. The crown jewels of the Holy Roman Empire are also kept here, a definite must when visiting Prague.

Holiday homes Prague, for a citytrip to the city of the bridges

Prague is also known for its Vltava bridges (the bridges over the river Moldau). No fewer that 15 bridges over the Moldau connect the old city of Stare Mesto with Malá Straná. The Charles Bridge is Pragues most famous bridge. This bridge is unique, as its only open to pedestrians. The bridge is flanked on both sides by towers dating from the 15th century, and you will also find unique sandstone sculptures from the Baroque period. In summer, this romantic spot is swarming with artists and street entertainers.

Shopping in Prague

When you visit this city, you will definitely go shopping. The historical centre counts no less than five districts and offers daily markets with lots of art, wooden toys and souvenirs, but also fruit and vegetables. You will find numerous shops with timeless, typical Czech souvenirs, such as painted porcelain, cut glass and jewellery with Czech almandine gemstones. There are large stores and department stores in one of the dozens of large shopping malls that have shot up like mushrooms over the past ten years. You can visit these whenever you want, because they are open nearly 24 hours a day, only closing for a few hours after midnight. From your cottage in Prague you are only one step away from these shopping centres.

Excursions in the proximity of the city

The surrounding area of Prague also has many interesting attractions. To the west of Prague, you will find the castle of Konopitĕ the Austrian successor to the throne, archduke Ferdinand dEste stayed here before WWI broke out. And visit from your cottage in Prague Kutná Hora, east of Prague, the wealthiest and second largest city of the Bohemian Kingdom in medieval times.

Choose a cottage in Prague for a fabulous city trip

Prague is not only the heart of Europe, but also the heart of European architecture. Since its foundation over a thousand years ago, the city has been filled with many memorable buildings. Reason enough not to miss tourist attractions like the Golden Street, the famous astronomical clock, the romantic castle Troje, and countless other fabulous places, all of which are well worth visiting.

There is lots to see in the immediate proximity of Prague. You could make an excursion to castle Konopitĕ or the Karltejn citadel. Read more about the region at Central Bohemia.

Discover Central Bohemia from our self-catering accommodation

The region around Prague is called Central Bohemia. You will find beautiful citadels and castles here, like Karltejn, the main citadel in the Czech Republic. Also worth a visit; the 13th century Gothic citadel Køivoklát and the castle of Konopitì. Or the ancient silver city Kutná Hora, the richest and second largest city of the Bohemian kingdom in the Middle Ages.

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