Living in the most beautiful part of historic Prague
Living in the vicinity of Neruda Street brings with it a host of advantages. In addition to luxury apartments in houses which breathe history, it also worth to mention excellent accessibility of any place within the city and beyond, walking distance to all amenities, including at night time.
The luxurious houses with beautiful baroque apartments are in close proximity to many cafés, restaurants, shops, theatres and galleries. Directly in Neruda Street you can discover beautiful hidden corners and romantic nooks characteristic for this place. In the evening hours tourism loses its strength and this part of Prague becomes quiet and romantic. From these luxury apartments you can see incredible views of the whole of Prague, Petřiny, the Schwarzenberg Palace and other landmarks of our capital.
In the vicinity of the Lobkovic Gardens and also the Petřín Gardens there is the luxury street of Úvoz.
The houses built here have a unique history, apparent from every detail. The character of the street is given not only by the terrain, which is not exactly level, and which had to be dealt with by the architects and builders, but also the diversity of various small construction elements, dormers, bow windows, skylights, gables and roofs. The luxury apartments provide views of hilly terrain toward the Strahov Gardens as well as the city of Prague.
Are you attracted by living in baroque style?
Many luxury apartments in Úvoz street are decorated in breath-taking baroque style. You will thus be able to enjoy their historic mood to the full every day! A notable Baroque structure at this address is for example a house from the year 1706 with a stone Marian column and the bust of Kristián Luna in memory of the former owner, painter Luna, who lived here at the beginning of the 18th century. Who would not wish to live in a luxury apartment in the neighbourhood of the picturesque Malá Strana quarter, with the option to take advantage of all the benefits of modern civilisation, while having a bit of history right at the fingertips?