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Chambre privée

2 voyageurs

1 lit

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Your private big room in the iconic Prague's boulevard - Wenceslas Square - where you can feel the union of the Austro-Hungarian heritage, the Socialist era and the nowadays cosmopolistic atmosphere of one of the most beautiful cities in the world.


Le logement
Le logement
Capacité d'accueil : 2
Salles de bain : 1.5
Type de lit : Vrai lit
Chambres : 1
Lits : 1
Type de logement : Chambre privée

Équipements
Équipements

Prix
Prix
Voyageur supplémentaire : 10€ / nuit après le premier voyageur
Conditions d'annulation : Modérées

Description
Description

Your private big room in the iconic Prague's boulevard - Wenceslas Square - where you can feel the union of the Austro-Hungarian heritage, the Socialist era and the nowadays cosmopolistic atmosphere of one of the most beautiful cities in the world.

Wenceslas Square (Czech: Václavské náměstí, colloquially Václavák) is one of the main city squares and the centre of the business and cultural communities in the New Town of Prague, Czech Republic. Many historical events occurred there, and it is a traditional setting for demonstrations, celebrations, and other public gatherings. The square is named after Saint Wenceslas, the patron saint of Bohemia. It is part of the historic centre of Prague, a World Heritage Site.
Formerly known as Koňský trh (Horse Market), for its periodic accommodation of horse markets during the Middle Ages, it was renamed Svatováclavské náměstí (English: Saint Wenceslas square) in 1848 on the proposal of Karel Havlíček Borovský.
Less a square than a boulevard, Wenceslas Square has the shape of a very long (750 m, total area 45,000 m²) rectangle, in a northwest–southeast direction. The street slopes upward to the southeast side. At that end, the street is dominated by the grand neoclassical Czech National Museum. The northwest end runs up against the border between the New Town and the Old Town.

History
In 1348, Bohemian King Charles IV founded the New Town of Prague. The plan included several open areas for markets, of which the second largest was the Koňský trh, or Horse Market (the largest was the Charles Square). At the southeastern end of the market was the Horse Gate, one of the gates in the walls of the New Town.
During the Czech national revival movement in the 19th century, a more noble name for the street was requested. At this time the statue was built, and the square was renamed.
On 28 October 1918, Alois Jirásek read the proclamation of independence of Czechoslovakia in front of the Saint Wenceslas statue.
The Nazis used the street for mass demonstrations. During the Prague Uprising in 1945, a few buildings near the National Museum were destroyed. They were later replaced by department stores.
On 16 January 1969, student Jan Palach set himself on fire in Wenceslas Square to protest the invasion of Czechoslovakia by the Soviet Union in 1968.
On 28 March 1969, the Czechoslovakian national ice hockey team defeated the USSR team for the second time in that year's Ice Hockey World Championships. As the country was still under Soviet occupation, the victory induced great celebrations. Perhaps 150,000 people gathered on Wenceslas Square, and skirmishes with police developed. A group of agents provocateurs provoked an attack on the Prague office of the Soviet airline Aeroflot, located on the street. The vandalism served as a pretext for reprisals and the period of so-called normalization.
In 1989, during the Velvet Revolution, large demonstrations (with hundreds of thousands of people or more) were held here.
Wenceslas Square is lined by hotels, offices, retail stores, currency exchange booths and fast-food joints. To the dismay of locals and city officials, the street is also a popular location for prostitutes to ply their trade late at night. Many strip clubs exist on and around Wenceslas Square, making Prague a popular location for stag parties.


The apartment
The apartment is situated in the ground floor. It is very spacious – 100 square meters (= 1076,4 square feets), and has one big entrance hall, 3 private bedrooms, a full size kitchen with everything you might need for preparing meals, and the bathroom - two separate rooms, one with a combinated bathtub with a shower + a sink, and in the second one the toilet. Also there is a washing machine at your disposition in the bathroom. The apartment is supplied with toilet paper, dishwashing soap, handsoap, and garbage bags.

Where you can WALK from my building?
From my building you can reach all the Prague main touristical attractions by walk:
- after 1 min walking (in front of the house) you will find yourself in the Prague’s main boulevard (Wenceslas Square), where dominates the main building of the National Museum and the iconic statue of St Wenceslas – a classical meeting point.
-after 8 min walking you will get to the Old Town Square, where you will find the City Hall and in the tower the famous Astronomical Clock.
- after 15 min walking from my place you will get to the Charles Bridge.
- after 21 min walking from my place you will find the Little Town Square, the heart of the Little Town (Malá Strana), very beautiful, civic and traditional neighborhood at the other side of the river.
- after 30 - 35 min walking from my place you can get up to the Prague Castle.


How to get here?
- From the Main railways station (called “Hlavní nádraží” in Czech): travel by metro only 1 stop: (from "Hlavní nádraží" to "Muzeum”) or simply just walk 6 min.
In general I consider that the final travel time should not be more than 15 min.

- From the Prague Václav Havel (ex Ruzyně) Airport: take the bus 119 to its final stop ("Dejvická"), there get into the metro station (same name, "Dejvická") and travel to the stop "Muzeum". This travel takes around 45 min. In general I consider that the final travel time should not be more than 1 hour and 30 min.

- From the Main bus station (called “Florenc”): travel by metro only 2 stops: get into the RED line of the metro station (same name, "Florenc") and travel only 2 stops to "Muzeum". This travel takes around 6 min.
In general I consider that the final travel time should not be more than 15 min.


Règlement intérieur
Règlement intérieur
Non fumeur
Ne convient pas aux animaux
Pas de fête ni de soirée
Peut ne pas convenir aux enfants (0-12 ans)

Disponibilité
Disponibilité
Séjour de 7 nuits minimum

Hôte : Tony

Prague, République tchèque · Membre depuis août 2014
Tony

Dear visitor(s), welcome to my apartments, I hope you will have a pleasant time in my house and a great stay in this magic city.

I love contact with people from all around the world, I believe that everyone can teach and learn from each other through sharing experiences about our different ways of thinking due to our different cultural heritage. I really like also -of course- traveling, history, clubbing/partying, art (specially painting).

I will assist you during your stay in all the affairs which can be necessaries (as giving you recommendations about where booking/buy your return ticket, providing you translation/interpretation on-call or in person, etc).

I am sure that after your visit you will conclude and you will agree with me that Prague is the most beautiful and interesting city in Europe :-)


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