Prague 1918 Apartments

We recommend along the well-known places and attractions.

PRAGUE 1918 CAFE

Visit our own Prague1918 Cafe, just 8 min walk from the apartment - direction into the city center. As our guest you get 15% discount for everything :-)

We serve 3 kinds of breakfast every day from 10:00 - 12:00

We are open from 10:00 - 20:00

You can have fresh roasted selected coffee, homemade cakes, hummus, snacks with very good wine, you can even buy nice souvenirs ect.

We would be happy to serve you

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Wallenstein garden / Valdštejnský palác

This strictly geometrically designed early Baroque garden was created in parallel with the construction of the Wallenstein Palace from 1623 to 1629. At first sight, one's eyes are drawn to the massive sala pavilion, which at the time of its construction was unprecedented, and an artificial cave with stalactites (grotto). In summer the garden is the venue for concerts and theatrical performances.

Wallenstein garden / Valdštejnský palác

Church of St. Ludmila

8 min. walk from the apartment.
The neo-Gothic Church of St Ludmila is one of the dominant features of the Vinohrady district. It was built according to designs by Josef Mocker from 1888 to 1892. Two 60 m towers, each with two bells, are like two hands clasped in prayer. The church is a brick three-aisled basilica with a transept in the shape of a cross. Its interior is lit by stained glass windows depicting figures of saints, and it is richly decorated with sculptures and paintings.

Church of St. Ludmila

Veletržní palác

Main and biggest art gallery in Prague.
Gallery’s famous French collection harks back to the 1920s when it was constituted with the aid of Czechoslovakia’s leading political and cultural personalities, including President Tomáš Guarrigue Masaryk himself and art collector and connoisseur Vincenc Kramář. The French collection holds many paintings by Auguste Rodin, Eugène Delacroix, the French landscapists Camille Corot, Camille Pissarro, Auguste Renoir and artists who paved the way for modern art: Paul Cézanne, Paul Gauguin, Vincent van Gogh and Georges Seurat. The Gallery also boasts unique Cubist paintings by Pablo Picasso, Georges Braque and artists who lived and worked in Paris: Marc Chagall, Pierre Bonnard and Maurice de Vlaminck.

Veletržní palác

Jazz Dock

Great meal with live music along the river.

Jazz Dock

Prague ZOO

TripAdvisor.com, the largest travel website, published a ranking of the world’s most popular zoological gardens based on assessments by millions of its users. Prague Zoo placed seventh, confirming its worldwide popularity! You can get there with boat which is great.

Cruise to the ZOO

Right next to the ZOO is Botanic garden and Troja chateau.

Prague ZOO

Kutná Hora

Kutná Hora (UNESCO) developed as a result of the exploitation of the silver mines. In the 14th century it became a royal city endowed with monuments that symbolised its prosperity. The Church of St Barbara, a jewel of the late Gothic period, and the Cathedral of Our Lady at Sedlec, which was restored in line with the Baroque taste of the early 18th century, were to influence the architecture of central Europe. These masterpieces today form part of a well-preserved medieval urban fabric with some particularly fine private dwellings

You can take both train or bus just. It takes about 50min to get there.

Kutná Hora

Castle Karlštejn

The great castle is set over the glittery river of Berounka. Here it stands as a silent witness of all the greatest and most charming history which was ever there, in the Crown Lands of Bohemia. The castle was built by Charles IV as a royal treasury. It was the place where the crown jewels of the Holy Roman Empire were kept as well as later the crown of St Wenceslas. The treasure was to be found under the chapel of St Cross, the most beautiful part of the castle. It was decorated with gemstones, gold, stars of the Venice glassware, gold-coated chains and a unique portrait gallery of The Whole Army of Heaven, which dates more than five hundred years back.

Its good to take train, it takes 1hour.

Castle Karlštejn

Terezín (concentration camp)

a former military fortress composed of citadel and adjacent walled garrison town of Litoměřice The first inmates arrived on 14 June 1940. By the end of the war 32,000 prisoners of whom 5,000 were women passed through the Small Fortress. These were primarily Czechs, later other nationals, for instance citizens of the former Soviet Union, Poles, Germans and Yugoslavs. Most of the prisoners were arrested for various acts of resistance to the Nazi regime; in many cases they were later sent to extermination camps such as Mauthausen. The camp also held family members and supporters of the assassins of Reinhard Heydrich. The Jewish Ghetto was created in 1941.

Bus ride take about 50min.

Terezín (concentration camp)

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