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You can use our free WiFi connection in your room and troughout the building.
There are blue zones on the streets which means that the parking is for residents only. You can park only in secured garage or in public parking places, please contact the reception desk about options.
Cleaning service is included in your price. If you want your room to be cleaned, please let us know by putting the sign on your door handle. Cleaning is every day usually after 2pm. If you wish to change the towels, please put them on the floor in the bathroom. The bedsheets will be changed every 4 days.
City transport is divided to the underground (lines A, B and C), trams and buses, which you can use after buying a valid ticket. You can buy the tickets at underground stations or in tobacco shops. Tickets are valid for metro, bus and tram.
Prague (Praha, Prag) is the capital, largest and one of the most beautiful cities in the Czech Republic. Prague is located on Vltava river and population of the city is about 1.3 million people.
The oldest part of Prague called the Old Town was first mentioned in 1091 and it gained priviliges in 13th century. The name of this part dates back to the 14th century when the New Town was founded. The center of the Old Town has always been the Old Town Square dominated by the Church of Our Lady and the Town Hall. The Old Town Square is also one of the most favorite sightseeing places.
Another place which is definitely worth to see is Prague Castle. It is the most popular sightseeing place in Prague. It is the largest ancient castle in the world (570 m long, on average 128 m wide, area 7.28 hectares). The castle has three courtyards and it has always been the residency of Czech monarchs, kings and presidents as well as the official residence. It will definitely take at least half a day (it does not include time for museum visits) if you want to examine it in depth.
If you are planing on visiting Prague, we suggest spending at least two or three days here. You should also consider a trip outside of the city to enjoy a different part of the Czech Republic and see the countryside, villages and small Czech towns, old castles and towers.
We are sure that you know a lot about Prague, the capital city of the Czech Republic. Do you also know the history of The Old Town Square, one of the most famous historical place?
In past, there was huge market place. The Old Town Square had been important business center from the beginning. Due to historical sources, the market had its own administrator from 13th century, who supervised whole place and collected fees from marketeers. Important historic turning point was in 1338. King John Luxemburg, who was a monarch of our country, gave to the Old Town allowance to built City Hall. Locals chose the Old Town Square.
The Square was a venue of a lot of historical events. Around 1422, Jan Želivský, representative of the Hussites, was executed. Next execusion was made on 21st June 1621. Twenty seven Czech Men was executed during the rebellion against the Habsburgs. Nowaday you can see twenty seven white cross in pavement in front of the City Hall.