Prague needs no introduction for holiday lovers as it is one of the most popular European tourist destinations. Your travel through the great European cities is not complete without a visit to Prague. It is famous for its Historic heritage and picturesque hills and valleys. Red Apple apartments recommend you to visit this multi-faceted city which provides you with a mix of classical culture with contemporary adaptation.
One of the City’s most recommended places to visit is the Old Town of Prague, dating back to the 1200. It’s a treat for old towns’ lovers and offers all the elements that an old town should hold. Right next to the Old Town there’s the New town, which provides great contrast to this place and is twice as big in size. The New Town itself is not that new as it is as old as the mid-13th century but is called new town because this part has been developed as modern metropolitan city. While the Old Town Square (Staromestské námestí) with its Cobbled streets, Gothic churches, and ancient buildings provides proper medieval atmosphere, The Welceslas Square (Václavské náměstí) with all its moderns shops, bars, Café’s, Cinemas and restaurants makes New Town the center of the modern Prague.
Famous places of the Old Town include the amazing Gothic Týn Church and the Astronomical clock of the town hall which offers a panoramic view of the Old Town, Kinský Palace which is the most beautiful Rococo building in Prague, Jan Hus Monument and the Church of St. Nicholas, which is a great event venue during summers. National Theater, State Opera and National Gallery are located in the New Town.
Choose any Old Town or New Town apartment in Prague. Red Apple apartments will provide you with excellent apartments in any of these neighborhoods. Imagine waking up to one of the traditional café’s breakfast, nothings better than that. So visit our list of apartments in Prague and secure yourself the best located apartment in any of the two towns.