The luxurious Hodkovičky area is at the same time a city district and a 208-hectare land area in Prague which belongs to the Prague 4 district. This Prague neighborhood is situated on one of the slopes of the Vltava valley between Braník and Modřany.
Nowadays, we are experiencing the trend of "escaping the hustle of the city while having the city within reach". If it seems unimaginable, you have proof here in the form of Hodkovičky. You can spend hours in the surrounding forests, especially in the picturesque valley of the Zátišský stream. At the same time there is a tram connection which takes you directly to Wenceslas Square in 20 minutes. If you wish for a long walk, there is also a bus stop and the Prague-Braník train station in the vicinity. Beautiful relaxation can also be enjoyed on the luxurious golf course.
Director Martin Fryč, artist Zdeněk Miler or screenwriter Jaroslav Dietl. This is an example of those who loved Hodkovičky and spent their lives there.
The most famous is the Neo-Renaissance summer chateau Vila Lalotta. Among the cultural monuments of this locality is the luxurious Frič Villa, a one-storey functionalist building designed in 1936 by architect Ladislav Žák and built by the builder Pali
ka. And also the Hořanovského villa, as a large adaptation of an older building from the 19th century, which was carried out in the years 1921-1922 according to Pavel Janák's project in cooperation with the artist František Kysela.