This nice and elegant apartment has an amazing terrace with a beautiful view. The flat has 3 rooms and 2 bathrooms. Apartment with Terrace is in an elegant 19th-century building in Nové Město (New Town). Apartment with Terrace is approx. 80 square meters and it is situated on a separate floor level. From the living room there is an access via scenic staircase to the upper level where there is another bedroom and bathroom. Apartment with Terrace is located 3-minute walk to I. P. Pavlova Metro Station and a 7-minute walk to the Wanceslas Square. The bedroom windows face a quiet courtyard.
Apartment with Terrace feature stylish wooden furnishings and soundproofed double-glazed windows, air-conditioned, free WiFi, satellite TV, kitchenette and a living room. Kitchenette includes refrigerator, freezer, glass cooking hob with a digester, oven, microwave oven, dishwasher, the necessary cooking utensils, crockery and cutlery. Bathrooms are fitted with a shower, washing basin, bidet, toilet and there is a washing machine and a hair dryer. Cleaning of the flats and common areas are done by the house service.
Nové Město (New Town) is a quarter in the city of Prague in the Czech Republic. New Town is the youngest and largest of the five independent (from the Middle Ages until 1784) towns that today comprise the historic center of modern Prague. New Town was founded in 1348 by Charles IV just outside the city walls to the east and south of the Old Town and encompassed an area of 7.5 km²; about three times the size of the Old Town. Although New Town can trace its current layout to its construction in the 14th century, only few churches and administrative buildings from this time survive. There are many secular and educational buildings in New Town, but also especially magnificent Gothic and baroque churches. These nevertheless are not the main drawing points for tourists. New Town’s most famous landmark is Wenceslas Square, which was originally built as a horse-market and now functions as a center of commerce and tourism. In the 15th century, the Novoměstská radnice, or New Town Hall, was the site of the first of the three defenestrations of Prague.