The districts of Prague.

Find the one with your name on it.

Being at the heart of the Europe with the world’s biggest castle, it’s no wonder that Prague is such a hit with tourists. Visitors tend to default to 'Prague 1', most of which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The left bank of the River Vltava is where you’ll find the medieval delights of Prague Castle and Lesser Town, while on the right bank you can discover the Old Town and Jewish Town. Most of Prague’s districts are very well connected to the centre and taking a trip up to 'Prague 7' to the Zoo is also great day out.

Old town

Prague 1

36 apartments in this neighbourhood
In brief:
rich in history and legend, the very heart of Europe, a popular tourist area.

Prague is rich in history, stunning architecture and is located in the very heart of Europe making it the perfect destination for your next city break. GowithOh has an extensive selection of serviced apartments in Prague 1 to allow you to live like a local in the centre of the city close to attractions such as the Old Town Square, Prague Castle and Prague’s very own version of the Eiffel Tower, the Petřín Lookout Tower. Our Prague 1 vacation rentals are ideal if you want to stay close to the action without having to waste time travelling to the best sights in the city. With out array of vacation apartments in central Prague you can choose the apartment which is right for you. Whether you are looking for a cheap studio, family apartment or perhaps something a bit more luxurious, be sure to take a look at our apartments in central Prague to find the one that is right for you!



Highlights:
Prague Castle, Mala Strana, Tyn Church, Saint Nicholas Church, Josefov

Getting there:
Metro: Lines A,B and C /Many tram lines in all directions. From the airport: bus 119 to Dejvicka (links with metro A)/ bus 179 and 225 to Nové Butovice (links with metro B)/Cable train on mount Petrin

Why stay:
Central/ lively with a lot of venues /Long walks along the Moldava

Prague 2

16 apartments in this neighbourhood
In brief:
residential, great tourist attractions, mixture of the Gothic and the Baroque. If you are wondering where to stay for your holiday to Prague, why not consider renting a vacation apartment in the New Town in Prague 2 district? We have a wide selection of accommodation for your city break to Prague and our apartments in Praha 2 are perfect if you are looking for a place to stay right in the centre of Prague, with great transport links to the rest of the city on your doorstep. By choosing our serviced apartments in Prague 2, you will be within easy walking distance to must-see sights such as the Botanical Gardens, the National Museum and the famous Wenceslas Square. What’s more, you can easily choose the apartment that’s just right for you. Use the filters to select the type of holiday apartment you are after for your city break to Prague. You can even select whether you want you apartment to have a terrace, wifi, or to be pet friendly etc. Hurry and book your perfect accommodation from our selection of vacation rentals today!

Highlights:
Botanic Gardens, Saint John Nepomucene Church, Wenceslas Square, National Museum.

Getting there:
Metro Lines A,B and C. Many tram lines to the centre ( 23,36 and 6) and the outskirts. Wilson train station with connetions to metro C, long distance and international train services/Central point for night routes at the Lazarská stop.

Why stay:
great variety of bars and restaurants, good public transport links and easy access to the city centre.

Prague 3

6 apartments in this neighbourhood
In brief:
popular, lively and peaceful at the same time, a lot of shops. The popular district of Prague 3 caters for all tastes with a wide array of shops and beautiful architecture combined with a great mix of bars and clubs for when the sun goes down. If you are wondering where to stay in Prague, we suggest taking a look at our apartment rentals in Prague 3 with it’s mix of quiet areas, popular local attractions and nightlife to make your city break to Prague truly memorable. Our fully serviced vacations rentals are perfectly located to see the local sights such as the impressive television tower, the final resting place of Franz Kafka and even the annual carnival which takes places throughout the district. What’s more, if you choose one of our apartments in Praha 3 you will have great tram and metro connections to let you explore the rest of the city of Prague. So for your perfect accommodation in the best locations in Prague, why not book a holiday apartment rental with GowithOh today!

Highlights:
Palac Akropolis, Television Tower, San Roch church.

Getting there:
Metro Line A that crosses the centre to the north-west, Flora and Zelivskeno stops with links to various trams: 9 and 26 to the centre.

Why stay:
home of the Prague Carnival (Zizkov Masopust), good connections with metro and tram lines.

Prague 5

6 apartments in this neighbourhood
In brief:
residential and lively, very near the centre, a lot of green areas. The district of Prague 5 to the west of the Vlatava river is a rapidly growing district and the unique place to rent an apartment if you are looking for a popular area with great shopping, nightlife and beautiful scenery. If you are after lively restaurants and bars then search for an apartment in Smichov, home of the Staropramen brewery. However, if you are more of a shopaholic, then search through our apartments in the Andel area and find a serviced apartment close to the largest shopping mall in Prague! Praha 5 is also very well connected and excellent metro links will take you straight to the heart of the city to sights such as the Old Town and Prague Castle. So if you are looking for that perfect vacation apartment during your stay in Prague then why not take a look through our selection of holiday rentals. Book your ideal accommodation in Prague now with GowithOh.

Highlights:
Staropramen, Villa Bertramka, Andel area.

Getting there:
Metro Line B, from Andel stop links with buses to the centre: Lines 104 and 120; and trams: Lines 12 and 20. From the airport buses lines 179 and 225 to Nové Butovice linking with Metro B.

Why stay:
a lot of shops in the Andel area, chance to walk around the parks, very good public transport links.

Prague 6

4 apartments in this neighbourhood
In brief:
very beautiful and busy, a lot of parks, peaceful.

Highlights:
Villa Müller, Hvezda Palace.

Getting there:
Metro Line A to the centre, wide tram network. From the airport buses 119 (daytime) and 510 (night bus) to metro stop at Dejvická (line A) and links with various tram lines.

Why stay:
great connections with the city centre and the airport both day and night, very peaceful.

Prague 7

5 apartments in this neighbourhood
In brief:
cultural, well-connected, residential.

Highlights:
Prague National Gallery, Letna and Stromovka parks, Hanavsky Pavillion, Krizik Fountain.

Getting there:
Metro line C to the centre. Holesovice train station with international trains to the north of Europe. Links to various tram lines. From the airport: Bus Airport Express with stops at Holesovice (daytime)/Bus 510 (night bus) to Divoka Sarka, links with tram 51 (night) to Dejvicka.

Why stay:
a lot of green areas, peaceful area that is well-connected with the airport and centre.

Prague 8

3 apartments in this neighbourhood
In brief:
on the banks of the Moldava, very central.

Highlights:
Vitkov National Monument, Invalidovna, Karlin Musical Theatre.

Getting there:
Metro Lines B and C interlink at Florenc: Bus station for international and city services. Numerous tram lines run to the centre.

Why stay:
more peaceful in the north and livelier towards the centre, great walks in the Troja area.

Prague 9

1 apartments in this neighbourhood
In brief:
not very lively, commercial and sporting sites of interest.

Highlights:
02 Arena Stadium, Galerie Harfa, Aviation Museum, PVA Letnany Exhibition Centre, Bobová Draha Prosek.

Getting there:
Metro lines B and C to the centre. Good service of tram: lines (1, 3 and 119). From the airport bus lines 179, 225 and 100 link with metro line B at Zlicin and Nové Butovice

Why stay:
a very peaceful district, few inhabitants, ideal to relax.

Prague 10

1 apartments in this neighbourhood
In brief:
alternates between residential and industrial areas.

Highlights:
Edén shopping centre, Synot Tip Arena Stadium.

Getting there:
Metro line A to the centre. Tram lines: 7 crosses the city east-west; 11 stops at Muzeum linking metro A and C. To the airport: metro A to Djevice stop linking with bus 119 that stops at Terminal 1 and 2.

Why stay:
has some commercial areas, well connected to the centre.