Having your own terrace in Prague's jewish neighbourhood is an unusual treat. I've recently refurnished the apartment to match the stunning genius loci of the house and the neighbourhood. Even though the apartment is located just around the corner from Old Town Square, it's very quiet and cozy as it's facing the courtyard, making it an ideal base to discover Prague! The apartment has very strong and reliable heating, so it easily warms up when it's cold out.
The apartment consists of one bedroom, one kitchen living room with an unfoldable sofa, a bathroom, separate toilet and a big terrace. The whole building, including the apartment, is very cozy. The yard is completely covered in ivy. Getting such combination is quite unusual in the city centre of Prague.
For the duration of your stay, the apartment is all yours. The terrace belongs to the apartment, so it's also private - no one else living in the building can access the terrace.
I'll be there through the entire process of your vacation: I'll help you out with booking, I'll help you with transportation, I'll be checking you in, I'll be your emergency contact and I'll be there to wish you farewell upon your departure.
The apartment is provided with WIFI and satellite TV with channels in English, French, German, Czech and possibly other languages too.
If you want to check-in past 10pm, I ask for a 300CZK fee for the late check-in.
Born and raised in the centre of Prague, I'm familiar with every cobblestone in the city and know better than to wear high heels on them! I study European culture and art history, so ask me anything about Czech history or current affairs and you're in for a lecture. Or for a conversation rather, because I want to know your point of view on things!
I love art, architecture and therefore I spend a lot of time in museums. Czech art has a surprisingly interesting history and I can always give you tips on what are the current exhibitions to see. There's an art-deco cinema not far from the apartment where I like to go, preferably to see a Woody Allen movie.
As a proper Czech, my favourite pastime is to sit in a café with my friends and complain about everything - just ask and I can give you tips on the coziest places where you can do that! It's a sure way to act like a local.