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NEWS, Sep, 2016 -

The exbition mapping the life of Emperor Charles IV, who reigned the Czech Kingdom and the Roman Empire in the 14th century, has opened at the Prague's Waldstein Riding School. Situated near the Prague Castle and also very close to most of our apartments at the Mala Strana district it shows extraordinary achievements of King Charles the IVth who shaped Prague city centre for the centuries to come, founder of the Charles University of Prague and founder of the Charles Bridge, founder of the Old and New Towns of Prague and builder of many important buildings in the centre of Prague. The exhibition lasts until September 26, 2016 when it moves to Nurnberg, Germany. Come and see the exhibition and stay with us. The Emperor Charles IV shows the best of medieval art of Prague and Charles IV's achievements in architecture and diplomacy .

If you like classical music we strongly recommend to visit the Ornamental Garden of the Prague Botanical Garden. The open-air concert starts at 5PM every Sunday, this week you can enjoy Beethoven and Mozart under the blue sky by Duo Per Due.

For flower lovers - we recommend to visit the Prague Botanical Garden in Troja district where there takes place an exhibition of Japanese Bonsai trees. It is the oldest bonsai collection in the Czech Republic. On weekends, you relax during a tea ceremony or Tai Chi session, you may try some Japanese specialties, learn how to shape bonsai and you may have a romantic evening walk in Japanese garden enlightened by Japanese lanterns. The venue opens on May 20 and lasts until May 31, 2016.

We can also advise you where to find the lowest airfare for your journey to Prague from many European destinations. 

Most of our apartments are conveniently located close to the Prague Castle. Most of our apartments are all located in the Mala Strana district in Prague. Great opportunity to combine your short break to Prague with a unique theatre or circus performance. Our apartments are situated in the very center of the city. Fast speed internet connection, towels, linens and final cleaning are included, also a local mobile phone, free to use when you want to contact our concierge. Our prices are per night and apartment (up to maximum capacity as indicated). Book now! Hesitating? See what BBC travel reporter thinks of his recent short break to Prague: The Heart of Prague Pumps Lager If you are interested in architecture, history, beer brewing or beer tasting - come to Prague where beer is less expensive than water! 

See why the Japanese car manufacturer Toyota has chosen Prague and the streets of Mala Strana for its newest advertisement: http://youtu.be/i8SYjEpWS08

The official currency in the Czech Republic is the Czech Crown (Koruna Ceská) abbreviated as Kc or CZK on the foreign exchange sites and exchange rate tables. You can view the valid banknotes and coins on the following site and download a handy application to your phone or tablet before your journey to Prague begins. It will show you what the Czech banknotes and coins look like and you won't get confused when you see them after arrival.

Prague has a very efficient and reliable public transport system. Prague trams and subway (Metro) are very reliable and take you anywhere around downtown. All tickets are valid for all means of transport: trams, subway (Metro) and buses. You can change between them as long as your ticket is valid. When visiting Prague you can now use a public transportation pass for 1 or 3 days (CZK110 or €5, CZK310 or €13 respectively). For stays longer than 3 days we can get you a special pass at €4 per day - just let us know and your pass will be ready upon arrival. For more details please visit the following site of Prague Public Transport Company. You can also use their Journey Planner to plan your way from the airport or a railway station, or from any of our apartments to any other site in Prague.

Are you planning a visit to Prague this summer? Have a look at the  Prague Post - the local English language newspaper which is a great source of news from the Czech culture scene and recommendations for the best upcoming culture events in Prague. This would make your stay in one of our apartments in Prague even more interesting.

When looking for a good restaurant in Prague which is close to your apartment please use the list of best local reviewers.

For more information on what to do and see in Prague you can look at the following website of Czech Tourism which is available in 19 languages!

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