We are conveniently located on Senovážné náměstí 3, in the heart of Prague’s Downtown, right at the crossroads of all public transportation. That means we are easily accessible from all directions, including the airport, which is only a 30-minute drive away, and the main train station Praha hlavní nádraží, which is within 10-minutes walking distance. The property is also located a short stroll from the historic city centre, making it quick and easy to get to the office or to a business meeting.
From our position in the heart of Prague’s Downtown, we are within 10-minutes’ walking distance from some of the city’s most important landmarks. These include Wenceslas Square, the Prague National Museum, Old Town Square, the medieval Astronomical Clock and the 600-year-old pedestrian Charles Bridge, lined with statues of Catholic saints. For those in town for business, New Town Prague is also a quick and easy stroll away.
In town for work? Business hubs like Karlin, Florenc and New Town Prague are all within walking distance, but are also easily accessible via several metro stations and tram lines. This includes Můstek and Masarykovo Nadrazi metro stations, as well as Jindřišská tram stop, which are all just a few minutes from our front door.
From dancing the night away at great concert to enjoying a football match with friends, all of Prague’s top entertainment, sports centres and stadiums such as the O2 Arena, National Theatre, State Opera are within easy reach from us.
Old Town Square, in Czech known as Staroměstské náměstí, is the central square of the historic part of Prague. The square is one of the greatest tourist attractions of the Czech capital, along with Charles Bridge and Prague Castle. It is almost impossible to miss it if you’re coming to Prague as a tourist.
Wenceslas Square can be described as a boulevard, measuring 750m long by 60m wide. It was originally laid out as the Prague horse market 650 years ago. Today the square features hotels, apartments, restaurants, bars and nightclubs.
Charles Bridge is the oldest bridge still standing over the Vltava river in Prague and the second oldest bridge in the Czech Republic. Charles Bridge is 516 meters long, 9.5 meters wide, 13 meters high, and stands on 15 pillars. It’s also the part of the so-called Royal Route.
The Prague Castle was formerly the seat of the kings of Bohemia and is currently the official residence of the president of the Czech Republic. It lies within the historic centre of Prague, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.