High season in Prage has started and we are happy to have sunny days. The spring is here and it will be even more hot here. Here you have the last news from Prague and our apartments during April.
29 April – A gas explosion in the centre of Prague which caused a lot of damage, mainly broken windows within several streets from the centre of blast. Even there is about 40 injuries, they are not serious and no one died. All our apartments are outside of the area and we work normally. Our guests were informed about the situation. Bear in mind some areas are still closed but it will be open within couple of days again.
Here is the map showing the center of the blast:
28 April – 7 Most Bizarre Experiences With Our Guests – Read the 1st part of our article about the seven strangest experiences we’ve had with guests since 2005 at Bohemia Apartments Prague.
27 April – Rates of Prague Apartment Rentals Are The Lowest In Europe – Prague is very cheap! Check trends on the cheapest hotel rates as well as median rate for three months of hotels across some of the major cities in Europe.
11 April – Kampa – A Treasure Of Prague Old Town – Kampa is one of the most atmospheric and photogenic corners of old Prague. The picturesque peninsula under the bridge is well worth a visit.
7 April – Prague Trams – A Slice Of Prague Life – If you travel by tram, you can combine a typical Prague experience with sightseeing. Trams have been operating in Prague since the 1890s.
5 April – Where To Go For A Quick Snack In Prague Centre – Don’t like the international fast food chains? Find good alternatives of some places where you can buy good food to go in the city centre.
3 April – National Holidays In The Czech Republic.When planning your trip to Prague, check whether your stay will coincide with a public holiday, of which there are many in the Czech calendar.