Find your ideal self catering Prague apartments
Surrounded by the region of Central Bohemia, the Prague accommodation is a hit amongst inter-railing enthusiasts, due to its cultural centre and great rail links to other European countries. Whether you have a long holiday in mind or are just looking for a quick weekend getaway in Europe, spending any amount of time in Prague is well worth doing. The rich history and unique culture is part of the tourist appeal of the beautiful Czech capital.
Discover the history of the Czech capital
Due to its rich and fascinating history, the historical centre of the city has come, over the years, to be divided into five different areas, all of which are an ideal location for artists and musicians to congregate to showcase their talent and find artistic inspiration. Prague Castle can be seen from miles around as it sits atop on a hill and offers the best view of the whole city. For those interested in taking walking tours, the old town towers, Klementinum, Petrin, and the Mala Strana bridge tower are some of the essential, not to be missed attractions. In Prague will you find some of the most beautiful architecture in the world, such as the gothic, cubist, art Nouveau and Baroque styles, and impressive churches and castles, sitting amongst ultra-modern and sleek constructions buildings from this century.
If you're looking for a cultural experience, Prague should definitely be your next holiday destination. You can visit the town square park or city museums such as the Mozart Museum, or the national museum. The museums here are unique to the city and will allow you to gain a fascinating insight into some of the most rich historical paintings ever, such as the Slav Epic. Upon your stay in Prague apartments, you will be attracted by the Prague Castle, Municipal House and the Museum of Decorative Arts and you can also follow the fascinating history of clocks since you will have the chance to see the astronomical clock in Prague. If you're thinking of making a day trip to another Czech city during your stay in a holiday apartment in Prague, why not visit Karlovy Vary in Carlsbad, a diverse cultural metropolis near the German border?
Prague accommodation – the perfect destination for beer lovers
Apartments in Prague offer you freedom and flexibility to decide how to structure your holiday, whether to sample the vibrant and exciting nightlife or simply spend a quiet and romantic evening visiting the different restaurants dotted around the city. Either way, the local beer is something worth trying, as it has become an appealing tourist attraction in itself and you will be pleasantly surprised to learn that beer is cheaper than water in Prague. This beer-loving city is twinned with Bamberg, in Franconia, Germany, the region with the highest density of breweries in the world, so beer fans should definitely spend a weekend there too if you get the chance.
What to do when the sun goes down
One of the reasons the city attracts tourists in their millions every year is the vibrant nightlife in this metropolis. City breaks to Prague are perfect for those in search of a party as there are numerous bars, pubs and nightclubs throughout the city so you can party till the early hours! If you find yourself wanting to be in the peace and quiet of your holiday home, then retire for the evening here and cook for yourselves in the comfort of your own space. Browse through our large range of holiday rentals,from luxury to modern holiday apartments in the heart of the city, to cosy yet homely holiday homes. Why not plan a city tour to the Eastern European cities of Bratislava, Budapest and Krakow and make the most of your holiday!
Experience stunning views and culture on a romantic getaway to Prague
Prague is one one of the most beautiful, magical and romantic cities in Europe is the perfect destination to take your loved one. Head up Petřín Hill and experience the incredible city views from the city parks – this is a great spot to relax and enjoy the calm surroundings before heading back into the city. If you are tired from walking, you can even treat yourself to a vintage car ride or a romantic horse-drawn carriage to experience the city in a completely different way. Ramble along the Prague Canal, enjoy a drink in the Old Town Square and seal your trip by placing your own “love-lock” on the lock bridge. Hidden in the city lies the tiny island of Kampa. A beautiful and calm area of the city that should not be missed whilst staying in a Prague holiday apartment, Kampa is located at the end of Charles Bridge and is reminiscent of “Prague's Venice”. Stroll through Kampa's cobbled lanes and visit the famous John Lennon Wall. Wherever you decide to rent Prague holiday accommodation, you will be sure to leave only with happy memories. Happy travels!
What are the most popular accommodations in Prague?
The most booked accommodations in Prague are apartment rental and bed and breakfast rental. We search from more than 259 accommodations in Prague to help you find the perfect place to stay during your trip.
What does it cost to rent a holiday home in Prague?
Prices start at just £38 per night. Most bed and breakfast rental in Prague are 24 m² and apartment rental are 64 m².
Do you offer pet-friendly apartment rental in Prague?
When travelling with your dog in Prague, apartment rental are recommended. These are the most common type of pet-friendly accommodations and cost an average of £162 per night.
Do you also offer accommodations that are suitable for groups in Prague ?
For your holiday in Prague, we have a great selection of accommodations for groups. The typical apartment rental has space for 5 guests.